Jordan D. Hill, Bradenton Herald

Jordan D. Hill

Bradenton Herald

Columbus, GA, United States

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Past articles by Jordan:

The Auburn Tigers’ 2019 recruiting class added a commit in this four-state athlete

The Auburn Tigers added their 16th commit in the Class of 2019 when four-star athlete Cam’Ron Kelly announced his commitment. The 6-1, 190-pound Chesapeake, Virginia, native had been a Virginia Tech commit. → Read More

Watch: Ole Miss Rebels use end-of-practice drill to surprise walk-on with scholarship

Ole Miss coach Matt Luke gave walk-on Floyd Allen a scholarship after an end-of-practice drill this week. After scoring a touchdown, Allen opened a bag which had a note that said he was on scholarship. → Read More

The Georgia Bulldogs will open the 2022 season in Atlanta against this Pac-12 team

The Georgia Bulldogs will face the Oregon Ducks in the 2022 Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game. It will be the second time in three years Georgia will play in a Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game after facing Virginia in 2020. → Read More

Larry Culpepper is out for Dr. Pepper. Instead, Les Miles stars in latest commercial.

Les Miles is in Dr. Pepper’s new commercial about “Fansville,” a mock movie trailer about a town made up of college football fans. Miles is a store attendant and is joined by Eddie George and Brian Bosworth. → Read More

What’s the latest on former Georgia player, coach Mike Bobo’s health? His AD updates.

Colorado State athletic director Joe Parker said head coach Mike Bobo is still hospitalized in Denver after experiencing numbness in his feet. Contingency plans are being put in place in case Bobo cannot coach. → Read More

Jersey change gives this LSU Tigers player the perfect name-number combination

LSU offensive lineman Chasen Hines changed his jersey number from 52 to 57, a reference to Heinz 57. Head athletic trainer Jack Marucci recommended the number to Hines, who came to LSU as a defensive tackle. → Read More

One of the top NFL rookies drafted from the Georgia Bulldogs is out for the season

Former Georgia offensive lineman Isaiah Wynn’s rookie season in the NFL has ended after two preseason games. Wynn tore his achilles and will be out for the 2018 season. Wynn was the Patriots’ first pick in 2018 → Read More

One of the LSU Tigers’ departing quarterbacks announces where he’s headed next

On Tuesday, LSU redshirt freshman quarterback Lowell Narcisse announced he was leaving the Tigers. Two days later, Narcisse let the world know he’s transferring to Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College. → Read More

‘A whole lot of new on the way’: Auburn unveils new locker room with players in video

This spring, Auburn athletics began renovations on Jordan-Hare Stadium that included upgrades to the Tigers’ home locker room. On Thursday, the football team’s Twitter account let the world see the new digs. → Read More

The Auburn Tigers pick up their seventh commit from Georgia in this defensive end

Three-star strongside defensive end Colby Wooden (Lawrenceville, Ga) committed to Auburn on Thursday. The 6-4, 230-pound Wooden chose Auburn over offers from 26 other schools such as Clemson, Georgia and Miami. → Read More

The Georgia Bulldogs’ Class of 2019 grows to 19 thanks to this defensive line commit

Three-star defensive tackle Tymon Mitchell committed to Georgia on Thursday. The 6-3, 209-pound Mitchell was reportedly also interested in Vanderbilt and Virginia, per 247Sports. Mitchell gives Georgia 19 commits. → Read More

The Braves updated Ronald Acuna’s status following hit-by-pitch against Marlins

Braves outfielder Ronald Acuna, who was hit in the left elbow, had a CT scan Wednesday that was normal shortly after having X-rays done that were negative. Per the Braves, Acuna is day-to-day going forward. → Read More

Atlanta Braves players, manager share emotional reactions to Ronald Acuña getting hit

The Atlanta Braves were part of the biggest story in baseball when Ronald Acuña was hit by Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Ureña. Once the game ended, Braves players and manager Brian Snitker shared their reactions. → Read More

Keith Hernandez defended Ronald Acuña getting hit. Then Braves players fired back.

Former baseball player Keith Hernandez, who was providing commentary for the Mets’ game against the Orioles, implied hitting Braves outfielder Ronald Acuña was a no-brainer for Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Ureña. → Read More

The LSU Tigers schedule a home-and-home series with this perennial playoff contender

LSU and Clemson announced a home-and-home series Wednesday. The two teams will play their 2025 season opener at Clemson’s Memorial Stadium and will play their 2026 season opener at LSU’s Tiger Stadium. → Read More

Another quarterback has announced he’s leaving the LSU Tigers football program

Rising junior quarterback Justin McMillan announced he’s transferring from LSU. McMillan, who graduated this summer, is eligible to play immediately at his new school and has two years of eligibility remaining. → Read More

The LSU Tigers are down to three quarterbacks after this player’s transfer decision

LSU redshirt freshman quarterback Lowell Narcisse announced he is transferring. Narcisse’s departure leaves Ohio State transfer Joe Burrow, sophomore Myles Brennan and junior Justin McMillan in competition. → Read More

The Georgia Bulldogs will be down a defensive back for the start of the season

Georgia Bulldogs junior defensive back Tyrique McGhee will miss four to six weeks due to a foot injury he sustained in Georgia’s scrimmage Saturday. McGhee was in the mix to start for the Bulldogs in 2018. → Read More

This Auburn alum fought an Alabama alum at training camp. Now he’s a free agent.

The Miami Dolphins released defensive tackle Gabe Wright after a dust-up at training camp with running back Kenyan Drake. Per’s Luis D. Sung, Wright “came in and punched Drake in the face.” → Read More

How is Georgia stacking talent atop talent in recruiting? Kirby Smart gives his take

Georgia Bulldogs coach Kirby Smart spoke about bringing in top recruits despite the talent already in house. Smart compared Georgia’s recruiting to the current trend of NBA players signing with the same team. → Read More