Meredith Dean is the founder of The Dean’s List, Studio Coordinator and On-Air Personality for Ryan Seacrest Studios at Levine Children’s Hospital, and former Executive Assistant to Deborah Norville at Inside Edition. She joins the show to talk about starting her own company right out of college, working for Ryan Seacrest Studios, and her work with her family’s nonprofit, Habitat Aid Initiative, a thriving non-profit in Western Kenya. She is a UGA Grady School of Journalism graduate and 2018 inductee into the UGA Alumni Association’s prestigious 40 under 40 list.
Coach Chris Haack reveals that UGA alumni have raked in approx. $175M in pro tour winnings and that UGA is the most represented university on the PGA Tour for 2019, more than any other university. He shares his stories about former players including Kevin Kisner, Bubba Watson, Keith Mitchell, and more; gives us inside access to the secret to his success as a coach, what he looks for in a recruit, and to the current men’s and women’s team.
Polina Marinova, UGA Grady School of Journalism grad and Editor-in-Chief of Fortune Magazine’s Term Sheet, dishes on her journey to her dream job at Fortune, the growth of female founded startup unicorns ($1B startups), and her conversation with billionaire Steve Schwarzman, CEO and founder of Blackstone. Also, former UGA Track and Field star, Danny Soule, comments on the freshman phenom on the Track and Field team, Matthew Boling, who shot to international stardom earlier this year.
Guests Buck Belue and Greg McGarity join the show. Buck Belue, former QB of the 1980 team and host of Buck and Kincade on 680 The Fan in Atlanta, talks UGA football and the incoming freshman class in segment 2. In segment 3, we get to know the real Greg McGarity, UGA Athletic Director, as he talks candidly about what it’s like to be the AD, scheduling non-conference games, student-athlete stipends and resources, and the naming of Dooley Field.
33N83W officially launches with a special interview with the legendary Coach Vince Dooley on his passion for gardening, the naming of Dooley Field at Sanford Stadium, and the 2019 football team. The show also features a conversation with Frank Ros, the 1980 National Championship Team Captain, who still wears the title of captain among his teammates, 39 years later, by keeping them connected throughout the years. Frank also discusses what made the 1980 team so unique, Herschel Walker, and his take on the 2019 football team.