Welcome to ThePMGN.com
Welcome to the new online home for all things Poor Man's Game Notes: ThePMGN.com!
We built this site mainly due to increasing demand for a "home base" where Poor Men could access an archive of Poor Man's Game Notes from past Georgia Football Games. That archive is now included under the tab that reads "THE NOTES" at the top of your screen.
As we get closer to football season, ThePMGN.com will become your first stop for original Bulldawg-related content. Our goal is not to duplicate news stories that you can find elsewhere, but to provide unique insights and features on all things that come along with being invested in the University of Georgia.
We have big plans for the site, including expanded sections for reader favorites like Col. Waffles Gambling Picks, I'll Have Whatever He's Having, The Saturday Sartorialist, and Bulldawg Voices.
Also, we plan to have a PMGN Store up and running, as well as new sections such as Junior League Dropout, covering postgrad life for female Bulldawg fans; golf advice from UGA golf legends; and Five-Star Confidential, wherein you get inside information on the goings on at UGA from unnamed sources inside the program.
And of course, the newsletter is not going anywhere. You can still count on a Wednesday morning email with the complete Poor Man's Game Notes sent to your inbox before each big UGA Football Game.
There is lots to be excited about at ThePMGN.com as we enter the long stretch towards kickoff of the 2017 season. We are very excited to share the ride with the best community of Bulldawg fans on the planet!
Ryan Scates - Founder, The Poor Man's Game Notes
DISCLOSURE: The Poor Man's Game Notes is in no way affiliated with the University of Georgia or the University of Georgia Athletic Department. However, the owner of the PMGN is an unabashed supporter of all things UGA and is a donor to the Athletic Department and the University Foundation. All content on ThePMGN.com is created with the ultimate goal of promoting the best interests of those who are invested in the University of Georgia.