UGA Today 23-Jan-15

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UGA Today 23-Jan-15

Fans support the Bulldogs during an NCAA men's basketball game between the University of Mississippi and the University of Georgia on Tuesday, January 20, 2015 in Athens, Ga. (Photo by John Kelley)
Fans support the Bulldogs during an NCAA men’s basketball game between the University of Mississippi and the University of Georgia on Tuesday, January 20, 2015 in Athens, Ga.
(Photo by John Kelley)
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UGA Today

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[break] [break] Old Dogs had their tricks, too[break] [break] [su_box title=”NCAA Executive To Discuss Health Of Student-Athletes In Open Forum” box_color=”#3c3939″ title_color=”#ffffff”]The University of Georgia will host NCAA Chief Medical Officer Brian Hainline, M.D., for a forum about the health of college athletes on Monday, Jan. 27 at 2 p.m. at the University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education.



The program, “Sound Minds, Sound Bodies and College Sports: A conversation with Dr. Brian Hainline,” features one of the country’s leading authorities on athletic training safety for college athletes. Hainline will speak about the NCAA’s vision for the health and well being of student-athletes and then join in a panel of UGA faculty and student-athletes.


The forum will include a panel discussion consisting of Hainline; Ron Courson, senior associate athletic director for sports medicine at UGA; and current and former UGA student-athletes. Welch Suggs, associate professor of journalism in the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication, will moderate.


“We are very excited to have Dr. Hainline visiting our campus,” said Courson. “I have had the opportunity to work together with Brian on several NCAA related projects. He has had great impact on sports medicine as the Chief Medical Officer of the NCAA.”


Athletes on the panel include junior Brittany MacLean, women’s swimming; senior Malcolm Mitchell, football; and Jon Stinchcomb, 1993 UGA alumnus and New Orleans Saints veteran. “Concussions and chronic injuries are crucial issues for everyone associated with sports,” said Suggs, associate director of the Grady Sports Media program.


The forum is presented by the University of Georgia Athletic Association and the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication’s Grady Sports Media program. The panel is free and is open to the public. A Q&A will follow the panel discussion.[/su_box] [break] [break] Georgia Bulldogs on Twitter
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Dawg Treats


Music by PanicFan

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Hatti’s Jam —
When it Rains it Poors —
Somewhere Over the Rainbow —
When it Rains it Poors
Syncopated Healing
Latin Tang*
Every Soul
Mamunes the Faun^
Apples —
Jam# —
Billie Jean —
Be There

* w/ Wiley Griffin of MUN
^ w/ Eli Winderman of Dopapod
# w/ Todd Stoops of Kung Fu

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Greg is closing in on 15 years writing about and photographing UGA sports. While often wrong and/or out of focus, it has been a long, strange trip full of fun and new friends.