Fighting Peaches: Georgia State football Hunter Atkinson pre-NOVA Home Loans Arizona Bowl interview (12.26.19) #sportsinquirer #sunbelt @georgiastatefb @H_atkinson25 @novaAZBOWL

Georgia State football offensive lineman Hunter Atkinson (76)
Photo credit: Georgia State Athletics

The Sports inquirer spoke with Georgia State football player Hunter Atkinson for an exclusive interview following his team’s practice Dec. 26.

Topics with the senior offensive lineman included the team preparing for the NOVA Home Loans Arizona Bowl against Wyoming Dec. 31, the health of the team heading into the contest, the impact of the senior class on the Panthers’ program and the importance of ending the season with a bowl victory.

Fighting Peaches: Georgia State football Hunter Atkinson post-Arkansas State home presser (10.5.19) #sportsinquirer #gsupanthers #georgiastatefb #sunbeltfb

Georgia State football offensive lineman Hunter Atkinson (76)
Photo credit: Georgia State Athletics

The Sports Inquirer attended the presser of Georgia State offensive lineman Hunter Atkinson following the team’s 52-38 home win over Arkansas State on Oct. 5 which was the most points in program history against an FBS opponent. Georgia State rushed for a school-record 340 yards along with a school-record six rushing touchdowns, while combining for 722 total yards which also was a school record.

Topics included the victory, Georgia State’s tempo under offensive coordinator Brad Glenn, the balance of the team’s offense and winning the homecoming contest.

Fighting Peaches: Georgia State football Hunter Atkinson interview (8.20.19) #sportsinquirer #gsupanthers #georgiastatefb #sunbelt #funbelt

Georgia State football offensive lineman Hunter Atkinson (76)
Photo credit: Georgia State Athletics

The Sports Inquirer spoke with Georgia State football player Hunter Atkinson for an exclusive interview following his team’s practice on Aug. 20. Topics with the senior offensive lineman included the implementation of the offense under new coordinator Brad Glenn, the improved leadership of the team, seeing the growth of the program though his four years at Georgia State and preparing for the elements in the season opener at Tennessee on Aug. 31.