Composite state rankings through Week 2

7:40 am Aug. 31, 2016

Here’s a look at Georgia’s teams ranked on a consensus of six polls (AJC – Atlanta Journal-Constitution/GHSF Daily; GSWA – Georgia Sports Writers Association; GPB – Georgia Public Broadcasting; SA – Score Atlanta; MAX –

POY Watch: Houston County’s Fromm nears milestone

7:30 am Aug. 31, 2016

Jake Fromm is one more 400-yard passing game from a milestone.

The Houston County quarterback has thrown for 9,701 yards in his career. Only Deshaun Watson of Gainesville, with 13,077, has passed the 10,000 mark in

Daily Trivia: 2015 champion that started season 3-4

7:00 am Aug. 31, 2016

Three 2015 state champions are 0-2. Which state champion started last season 3-4? (Answer Thursday)

Answer to Tuesday’s question: The longest winning streak in a series in state history is 41 by Lincoln County over Warren County.

November 7, 2014 - Roswell, Ga: Blessed Trinity fullback Jake Bogosian (8) celebrates with teammates after their win over Cedar Grove Friday November 7, 2014, in Roswell, Ga.. Blessed Trinity won 28-21 to win the region championship. JASON GETZ / SPECIAL

Five questions to ask before Week 3

12:12 pm Aug. 30, 2016

Can the Titans keep up this pace? Blessed Trinity’s heartbreaking loss to Westminster in last year’s Class AAA state championship game was supposed to haunt the Titans for months if not years to come. Auburn baseball commit and starting quarterback Conor Davis graduated along with running back Milton Shelton, who rushed for 2,059 yards and 28 touchdowns last season. Both Davis and Shelton seemed irreplaceable in the short term. The

Tuesday Conversation with Mike Swaney, (retired) Marion County head coach

10:46 am Aug. 30, 2016

Time for our first Tuesday Q&A of the season. This week’s victim is retired Marion County head coach Mike Swaney, who hung up his head set at the end of last season after a 31-year career.

And remember, send me names of any players or coaches you would like to see featured in this space to s.thomascoleman@yahoo.com. Thanks to those of you who have submitted names already. We’re working on it!

Mike Swaney,

Liberty County’s Richard LeCounte talks UGA, Liberty and life

8:52 am Aug. 30, 2016

Liberty County’s Richard LeCounte has every reason to be confident. He has committed to UGA, is ranked as the 24th best recruit in the nation and is No. 1 at the safety position, according to the recruiting website 247Sports.

The multi-talented athlete helped lead the Panthers’ basketball team to its first state title in school history last season. LeCounte, Auburn commit Davion Mitchell and Will Richardson return this season to try