ICYMI: Georgia State Athletics in the News, Sept. 9-15

Each week on Monday, we take a quick look back at the past seven days to review some of the highlights of stories in the media for Georgia State student-athletes, coaches, administrators and, like you’ll see this week, occasionally our university leadership. Enjoy a few minutes today catching up on the headlines you might have missed during your lunchtime.

And always feel free to tweet us @GSUPanthers with headlines you’ve seen around the nation that highlight the Panthers. We’re all one big team, and the few of us here in 125 Decatur don’t always see every article, or hear every interview, that’s posted out there. If you think there’s something we’ve missed, shoot it our way.

AJC.com – What a Difference a Year Makes

The Panthers were 0-2 through their first two games last year. The second game was a 42-14 beat down by Chattanooga in which the Panthers looked and played like a team that was already looking ahead to the end of the year. In one year, things have changed. Read more

Georgia State Magazine- A Mission’s Statement
Can there be anything more humbling for a basketball player than making eye contact with a guy who just threw down on you with a ferocious dunk? Well, yes, said Curtis Washington. Read more

Georgia State Magazine – The Sporting Scientist
Chris Locandro figures he’s spent the lion’s share of his time at Georgia State behind a microscope. Last fall, the senior neuroscience major in the Honors College, who has a grade-point average over 4.0 and has earned President’s List honors twice, put what he learned over those long hours to work on a study that could be a breakthrough for those who suffer from epilepsy. Read more

–Mike Holmes

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