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Saturday July 11th, 2020 10:28PM

Podcast: Prep sports return; UGA plans full season

By AccessWDUN Staff

Prep athletes around the state returned to campus on Monday, but the media was not allowed to cover the historic return. 

Bo Wilson and Jeff Hart discuss the return, and Hart goes on another rant. 

The University of Georgia says its planning for a full football schedule in the fall with fans. Interesting.

All that and more on this week's The RunDown Sports Podcast.

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