Jan. 4th - This Day in Georgia History

Dawg Post takes a look back on what happened on this day in Georgia history.
January 3, 2015

Harmon Moves Over to OL

ATHENS – Last week, Georgia was battling injuries on its offensive line, and coach Stacy Searels was running low on players during practice. So he looked around the field and grabbed the player who most resembled an offensive lineman – freshman defensive end A.J. Harmon.
September 23, 2008


ATHENS - A quick review of A.J. Harmon in action last year...
July 15, 2008

Freshman Preview: Jefferson Co.'s A.J. Harmon

As the 2008 college football season draws closer, GAVSV.com will take a look at 2007-08 Georgia high school prospects as they make the transition to their respective colleges. Next on our list: former Jefferson County lineman A.J. Harmon.
June 10, 2008

Harmon will get his shot at DL

ATHENS – Jefferson County's A.J. Harmon will get his shot to play on the defensive line if he can meet several guidelines the coaches have established for that to happen.
February 12, 2008

VIDEO: Harmon fights on the line

Take a look at these exclusive highlights of A.J. Harmon's performance during his first-round playoff game in November.
January 6, 2008

Jefferson County's Harmon Switches to UGA

A.J. Harmon, who was previously committed to Clemson, switched to the Bulldogs Saturday at the Army All-American Bowl.
January 5, 2008

Harmon is Now a Dawg

A.J. Harmon has had a tough decision to make. Should he play his ball at the school he initially made a commitment to, or should he represent his home-state and play for the Georgia? Harmon considered his options and announced for the Bulldogs during the live broadcast of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.
January 5, 2008