Kevin Patrick Law - October 2022

Get to Know Coach Kirby Smart 10 Fun Facts for National Coach’s Day

7. Mary Beth, Coach Kirby’s wife, is also a UGA graduate, but they didn’t meet in college. They actually met years later when she helped Smart travel to Georgia to interview for his first job with the Bulldogs (running backs coach) in 2005. 8. Coach Kirby has three kids — including a set of twins named Weston and Julia. 9. From Dec. 2015–Jan. 2016, Smart coached both the UGA Bulldogs AND the University of Alabama Crimson Tide! He only left Alabama after his team there won the national championship. 10. Since becoming head coach, Smart has led the Bulldogs to five bowl victories. We’re hoping for many more!

Help Kevin Pick His Halloween Costume! “For the last few years, I’ve been a cowboy, but I usually wear boots and jeans anyway.” Kevin says, “Will you help me mix it up?” Email your ideas to or tag us on Instagram or Facebook (@kpatricklaw) with photos of your costumes for inspiration! Here in Atlanta, our Bulldog pride runs deep, and University of Georgia Football Coach Kirby Smart is a household name. But how much do you really know about this local legend? To celebrate National Coach’s Day on Oct. 6, we combed the internet for 10 fun facts about Coach Kirby. If you already know all 10, you’re a real Bulldogs super fan! 1. When Coach Kirby was a UGA student, he played defensive back for the Bulldogs, and his interception count (13) is still the sixth-highest in UGA history. 2. Coach Kirby doesn’t only coach football — he also oversees the Kirby Smart Family Foundation, a charity that helps

“children and families who are facing adversity” right here in Georgia.

3. Coach Kirby grew up in the small town of Bainbridge, home to just 12,200 people as of 2020. 4. Smart comes from a family of coaches. His dad, Sonny, coached high school football at Bainbridge and Rabun County. 5. At Bainbridge High School, Smart was senior class president, salutatorian, and MVP of the math league (yes, really!). 6. In his high school yearbook, Smart wrote that his favorite things are “sports and winning.” His high school self would certainly be proud of where he is today.

Spooky Spaghetti and Eyeballs

Make your family dinners extra spooky this month with a frightening dish: spaghetti and eyeballs! Ingredients

• 24 oz frozen meatballs • 16 oz spaghetti noodles • 24-oz jar spaghetti sauce

• 2–3 slices of mozzarella cheese • Sliced black olives

Directions 1. Cook frozen meatballs according to package instructions, then keep warm in oven on low heat. 2. In a large pot, bring water to a boil and add spaghetti noodles. Cook until tender and drain. 3. In a small pot, heat spaghetti sauce over medium heat until warm. 4. After everything is cooked, mix noodles and spaghetti sauce together, then put the mixture into a serving bowl. 5. Slice the meatballs in half and mix half of the slices into spaghetti. Top the spaghetti with the remaining meatball slices with the flat sides up. 6. Cut slices of mozzarella cheese into circles and place one slice on each of the flat-topped meatballs. Then, put one black olive over each cheese circle to form the eyeballs. Serve and enjoy!

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