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Rant and Rave: Previewing the SEC Championship Game

Bill Shanks, Tucker Sargent and a special guest look ahead to Saturday's SEC Championship Game between Georgia and Alabama.

Rant N’ Rave: Where will the Atlanta Braves finish?

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - Bill Shanks and Tucker Sargent are back this week for another edition of Rant N' Rave. This time around, it's all...

Rant N’ Rave: Is Kirby Smart the right man for the job?

Bill and Tucker weigh in on UGA's decision to hire Kirby Smart as Mark Richt's replacement.

The B.S. Report: The end of the Mark Richt era

Bill Shanks reflects on Mark Richt's tenure at Georgia.

The B.S. Report: Is it time for Mark Richt to go?

It's Mark Richt and the Georgia Bulldogs in Bill's sights this week.

Rant N’ Rave: Will the Braves trade Freddie Freeman?

Bill and Tucker discuss whether or not the Braves should deal their star first baseman.

Rant N’ Rave: Georgia and Georgia Tech in action this week

Georgia Tech plays Virginia Tech tonight, while Georgia goes over to Alabama to play the Auburn Tigers.

Rant N’ Rave: Bill and Tucker discuss the upcoming Bulldogs and Falcons games

UGA is in Tennessee this week to face off against Vanderbilt. Plus, how will the Falcons do in their game with the Philadelphia Eagles?

Rant n’ Rave: Debating the performance of Braves’ manager Fredi Gonzalez

41NBC's Tucker Sargent and Bill Shanks talk Georgia sports.

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UPDATE (Saturday, August 8 at 3 p.m.): Georgia COVID-19 tracker

Here are Georgia’s latest confirmed numbers from the Department of Public Health.

Perry Fairgrounds hosts consigment sale with pandemic safety measures in place

TTT Founder, Laura Johns, says her team takes several precautions to keep staff and shoppers safe from COVID-19.

Grand Opera House in Macon reopens

Opera House staff examined procedures to develop programming that is both safe and valuable for audiences.

Bright City illuminates alleyways in downtown Macon

Photos are displayed along the second street alleyway from Poplar to Mulberry Street.