May 23rd, 2019 | by CollegeAD

Georgia athletic board meetings typically include a request for funding in one form of another for facility projects. It was so quiet on that front this spring that the UGA facility committee scrapped its meeting earlier this month. That doesn’t mean that slow progress isn’t being made on the next big facility on the horizon: a football building to give coach Kirby Smart’s program more space to operate out of as it chases championship. “I know Coach Smart is anxious for these areas to take place but we are going through the process and doing our due diligence,” athletic director Greg McGarity told members of the athletic board at its spring meeting Thursday morning at The King and Prince Beach & Golf Resort. Josh Brooks, Georgia’s facilities point person, provided a brief update on the project still in its schematic phase at the Athletic Association’s spring meeting. -Marc Weiszer, OnlineAthens. Read More.

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