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1.
The "Graceland" of Georgia; often is thought of as boring by people who probably had no friends or got beat up at late night. Stateboro makes itself home to some of the greatest inventions of the 21st century: Eagle Creek Golf Course, the most miles of dirt roads in Georgia, The Woodin Nikel, Zaxby's, and best of all the damn fine southern girl wearin that little sundress on gameday.

One of the major attractions of Statesboro is Georgia Southern University where they don't discriminate against people who aren't smart. The policy at Georgia Southern is that "you can go here for as long as you want and still be an undergrad, just as long as you look good doing it."

Another thing, everyone here can fight. Usually the ones being dragged out of the bar/party are the ones that come from Athens, Clemson, or Auburn. So bring your dukes when you come, oh and put em up.
"I'm gonna say it one more time. We are Georgia Southern. Our colors are blue and white. We call ourselves the Bald Eagles. We call our offense the Georgia Power Company...and that's a terrific name for an offense. Our snap count is "rate, hike". We practice on the banks of Beautiful Eagle Creek and that's in Statesboro, Georgia--the gnat capital of America. Our weekends begin on Thursday. The co-eds outnumber the men 3 to 2. They're all good looking and they're all rich. And folks, you just can't beat that...and you just can't beat Georgia Southern. And you ain't seen nothin yet!"
-Erk Russell
by Dash S June 10, 2008
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2.
Statesboro is a tight city in georgia
tha ish
statesboro is a tight city
by goose July 15, 2004
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3.
pretty lame town,( this is coming from some one who lives there)
"I didn't even know Statesboro exsisted!" exclaimed Ashley
by lindsay March 02, 2005
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4.
A small boring college town in southeast Georgia surrounded by cotton fields that is spelled that way because no one knew how to spell Statesborough.
"Hey, after we get drunk and stoned tonight in Statesboro let's go out and tip some cows"
by Deborah Spicer June 19, 2006
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