Fighting Peaches: Georgia State football Jordan Strachan pre-South Alabama interview (11.18.20)

The Sports Inquirer spoke with Georgia State football player Jordan Strachan for an exclusive interview Nov. 18. Topics with the junior outside linebacker included the Panthers trying to rebound from its close loss at Appalachian State the previous week, Strachan setting the team’s sack record for a season, having a bounce-back season after an injury-shortened 2019 campaign, what he learned from the year away from playing, having a prep career at highly-competitive Camden County and Georgia State preparing to face South Alabama Nov. 21.

Fighting Peaches: Georgia State basketball Rob Lanier post-South Alabama presser (1.30.20) #sportsinquirer #gsupanthers #sunbelt #georgiastate @georgiastatembb @sunbelt

Georgia State men’s basketball head coach Rob Lanier
Photo credit: Georgia State Athletics

The Sports Inquirer attended the presser of Georgia State men’s basketball head coach Rob Lanier following his team’s 76-73 Sun Belt Conference home win over South Alabama Jan. 30.

Topics included the victory, earning the victory despite offensive struggles, the late-game contributions of Kane Williams and Nelson Phillips, finding intensity in conference play and preparing to host Troy Feb. 1.

Fighting Peaches: Georgia State football Tra Barnett post-South Alabama presser (11.23.19) #sportsinquirer #gsupanthers #lightitblue #ourcity @gsupanthers @georgiastatefb @sunbelt @Tra_Barnett

Georgia State running back Tra Barnett carries ball in contest against Tennessee.
Photo credit: Anthony McClellan/Georgia State Athletics

The Sports Inquirer attended the post-game presser of Georgia State football player Tra Barnett following the team’s 28-15 home win over South Alabama in Sun Belt action on Nov. 23. The senior running back rushed for a game-high 128 yards and a touchdown in the win.

Topics included the victory, the Panthers winning its seventh game of the season tying the school record, playing his final home game for Georgia State and becoming the first player in program history with more than 2,000 career rushing yards.