Georgia Bulldogs: Georgia state track championships

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JEFFERSON, Ga. -- Coming off a personal record in the 100 meter of 11.10 seconds, Brendan Langley (Marietta, Ga./Kell) can now say he is a state champion, as the Longhorns clinched the Georgia AAAA state track title Sunday. Now the 6-foot-1, 186-pound cornerback can focus on trying to earn a championship ring on the gridiron as well. He took a step in the right direction at last month the Charlotte NFTC, picking up an invitation to summer's elite event, The Opening, held at Nike headquarters in Beaverton, Ore.

“I learned a lot about backpedaling, hip placement and coming out low in your breaks to make it easier for a taller cornerback like myself,” Langley said. “I am very excited to be a part of The Opening, especially since I have never been to the West Coast.”

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Check out DawgNation's photo gallery live from the Georgia state high school track championships.

DawgNation on the radio

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DawgNation’s Radi Nabulsi was on ESPN’s Athens affiliate 960 The Ref this morning to talk about Georgia recruiting, golf and baseball. Some of the questions answered:
  • What does Robert Nkemdiche’s postponed announcement mean for Georgia?
  • Who are some of the next targets for the Bulldogs?
  • Which Georgia recruits were recently invited to The Opening?
  • Who should fans look for at the state track championships this week?
Listen to the radio show here.

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