Devin Hester danced like Deion Sanders on his way into the NFL record book, and the Atlanta Falcons routed the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 56-14 Thursday at the Georgia Dome.
On two occasions in the late innings of Thursday’s Region 8-AAAAA showdown, Loganville looked destined to complete a come-from-behind victory and clinch the top seed in next month’s league tournament. Both times, Heritage kept the game tied, then won in dramatic fashion.
The National Football League is showing signs of getting off the sidelines in the brouhaha over domestic violence and taking up a new playbook.
Florida State University benched Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Jameis Winston on Wednesday for the first half of Saturday’s game against Clemson after he shouted obscenities in the student union plaza, for which he later apologized.
Check one of the Boston Red Sox’s recent box scores and it looks more like Triple-A Pawtucket’s lineup than that of the defending World Series champions.
Because they have four games against the Pittsburgh Pirates next week, the Braves are clinging to the faint hope that they might be able to grab the National League’s final wild-card spot.
The Royal & Ancient golf club’s decision to allow women members after 260 years on Thursday has been widely welcomed within and beyond the game.
Georgia’s chance at a big SEC road victory faded away after it came up empty inside the South Carolina 5-yard line late in the fourth quarter last week.
It’s been a rough start to the 2014 season for the Heritage football team.
Eastside’s football players cannot afford to get caught up in homecoming as they try to start a new winning streak after losing 53-7 to No. 3 ranked Griffin. The Eagles will to try rebound as Jonesboro comes to Homer Sharp Stadium at 7:30 p.m. on Friday.
Atlanta area brothers head up stats firm that will provide data to College Football Playoff selection committee
The NFL roadshow rolls into London again next week for the first of three games designed to build its international fan base and lay the foundations for a team in the British capital.
The Braves are getting a good look at rookie Christian Bethancourt, the team’s catcher of the future.
Newton’s football team better be ready to take on Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAAAAA No. 4 ranked Lowndes on the road at 8 p.m. on Friday despite having played only one quarter in the past two weeks.
So far, the 2014 season is going quite well for the Salem football team.
- Eastside ready to get back to winning ways
- College football playoff selection process to have a Georgia influence
- Lack of playing time not an issue as Newton faces No. 4 Lowndes
- Tigers cannot afford turnovers against Tift County
- Eagles fall to No. 3 ranked Griffin 53-7
- Local runners, Fields and Ashall, win 31st Fuzz Run
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- Newton cancels second game due to weather
- Eastside hopes to pull off upset against No. 2 ranked Griffin
- Lady Tigers take advantage of Newton miscues in 9-1 win
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- Changes expected after team’s late-season collapse
- American football back in London with extra game
- Gattis illness opening door for Braves rookie Bethancourt
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- Braves skidding at worst time of year
- Braves keep playoff hopes alive with 6-2 win
- Homecoming for Braves 2B Gosselin
- Falcons OT Matthews’ ankle: No structural damage
- Civil rights leader decries ‘culture of racism’ at Atlanta Hawks
- Florida State University benches quarterback Jameis Winston half a game
- Bulldogs look to rebound after disappointing loss
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- Tech cannot overlook Georgia Southern
- Gurley could prevent Gamecocks from winning three straight
- Beating Georgia “a must” for Gamecocks
- Wilkins interception gives Furman win over Mercer
- Bulldogs get extra week to savor Clemson win
- FSU, Alabama remain 1-2 in Top 25
- Gurley’s breakout day leads Bulldogs to win