A Message From DawgNation….
ATLANTA — If you have found your way to this article, there is a good chance this is not your first time visiting DawgNation.com.
In fact, there is a better chance you have visited hundreds of times, if not more since we launched back in August of 2015.
This is, however, your first time reading an article written by me – that much I know for sure. Why now? There are a couple of reasons.
First, I want to thank you for making DawgNation.com what it is today. What started as a website covering UGA athletics has become a large community in every sense of the word. We believe our mission is to provide you an outlet from the rigors of everyday life. It’s a place where you can enjoy our written content, interact with others across our platforms or watch our many programs.
Second, we are just like you. We are parents (and a grandparent in one case), we are children, and we have children. We have families to take care of and we are a family. We are in an unprecedented time as the sports world has come to a temporary halt so that everyone can focus on more important things in life. For the time being, I have asked everyone on our team to remain at home with their families.
As we do so, our plan is to continue to provide you an outlet to be a part of the DawgNation community. We plan to bring you DawgNation Daily each morning as well as our other programs you have come to expect.
While the programs may look a bit different, they will be as entertaining and informative as ever and available on all the same platforms you have come to expect.
We will continue to bring you the latest updates on the teams, cover any breaking news, and of course cover the top recruits – although there may be less for the foreseeable future.
While we look forward to the day when normalcy returns – when Georgia returns to practice, when recruits once again make their way to Athens and when our own kids return to school – we ask each of you to be safe.
To help you do so, our company, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has made its e-paper open to everyone.
I invite you to give it a try here. No one is covering the current issues like the AJC. If you enjoy the coverage, consider subscribing to the e-paper. I also invite you to continue to support our sponsors as you always have. Without them, we couldn’t bring you what we do each day.
I always welcome your feedback. You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for reading, and I can’t wait to see you at one of our upcoming events this year.
— B.J. Sweeney