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News offers chance for Georgia football tickets
One lucky subscriber will win a pair of tickets to 5 University of Georgia home games
D'Andre Walker Georgia
Georgia linebacker D'Andre Walker (15) brings down Alabama quarterback Jalen Hurts (2) in the first half of the College Football Playoff national championship game Monday, Jan. 8, 2018, in Atlanta. - photo by Brett Fowler

COVINGTON, Ga. - Your subscription to The Covington News could get you in to see some of the best college football in the country.

By starting a new subscription, or renewing one, by Aug. 24, you'll be eligible for a chance at a pair of tickets to five University of Georgia home football games.

The ticket pack includes the season-opener against Austin Peay on Sept. 1; the Middle Tennessee game on Sept. 15; a Southeastern Conference game against Vanderbilt on Oct. 6, which is also homecoming in Athens; Massachusetts on Nov. 17; and the regular season finale against in-state rival Georgia Tech on Nov. 29.

Georgia won the Southeastern Conference championship in 2017. The Bulldogs ended the season with an overtime win in the Rose Bowl, followed by an overtime loss in the College Football Playoff national championship game.

Journalists at SEC Media Days earlier this month predicted Georgia to repeat as Eastern Division champions in 2018 and return to the conference title game in December.

A six-month subscription to The News gives you six chances to win, while a year's subscription earns 12 chances. Subscriptions include full online access to

Paid subscriptions must be received by 5 p.m. Friday, Aug. 24, to qualify. The drawing will be Aug. 27.

To subscribe, check out a copy of The News, visit us at 1166 Usher St. NW in downtown Covington or call 770-787-6397.

No purchase is necessary. For full rules, visit The Covington News at 1166 Usher St. NW, Covington, Georgia, or see the advertisement in the July 21-22, 2018, issue of The Covington News.