Georgia Tech bounced back nicely from its first loss of the season.
The Salem basketball team picked up two narrow wins in the Archer Thanksgiving Classic recently.
While a 7-9 record might carry the day in the NFC South this season, there is no clear path for the Atlanta Falcons to reach that mark after they kicked away a golden opportunity to defeat the Cleveland Browns on Sunday.
Justin Forsett and Will Hill are not new kids on the block, but the first-year Baltimore Ravens are improbably playing starring roles just months after both faced the possibility of being out of football entirely.
Running 135 miles through the searing summer heat of Death Valley in California before ending the route with a cumulative gain of 17,000 feet to reach the slopes of Mount Whitney?
Two divisions, four contenders. That’s what the final weekend of the season comes down to after Ole Miss fell out of contention in the West Division with a 30-0 loss at Arkansas and Missouri remained the East leader with a 29-21 victory at Tennessee Saturday.
Rockdale’s swim team dominated their first home meet with 16 first-place finishes and another state qualifier at Johnson Park on Saturday.
Eastside’s basketball teams had a difficult start of the season against Grayson as they were swept in their opener on Monday. The Lady Eagles were crushed 77-37 while the Eastside boys gave the game away in their 85-81 loss.
C.J. Wilson had 15 points and eight assists as Young Harris nipped Saint Leo 64-63 Sunday.
Tom Brady, playing on the 14th anniversary of his first NFL snap, handled the top-ranked defense in the NFL and led the New England Patriots to their seventh straight win, a 34-9 rout of the Detroit Lions on Sunday.
Pitchers who won a combined nine Cy Young Awards and position players who earned three batting titles are among 17 new candidates on the 2015 Hall of Fame ballot.
The holiday hoop season is usually full of ups and downs for high school basketball teams, as was the case this past weekend for Rockdale.
Hunter Knox’s 264 rushing yards helps Piedmont Academy advance to state championship with 38-27 win over Monsignor Donovan
Piedmont Academy played time-clock style football keeping Monsignor Donovan’s high scoring offense off the field giving the Cougars a 38-27 win on Friday as well as their third state final appearance in the last five years.
Shacobia Barbee had a great day scoring the ball for Georgia. But it was a defensive play in the final stages that turned out to be the biggest moment of the game for the Bulldogs.
The punishing option attack of the St. Pius football team kept chugging along in the Class AAAA state playoffs.
- Rockdale pulls away from competition to win swim meet
- Eastside gets swept by Grayson to start basketball season
- Hunter Knox’s 264 rushing yards helps Piedmont Academy advance to state championship with 38-27 win over Monsignor Donovan
- Hopper signs with Emmanuel College
- Rams defense steps up beating Central Gwinnett 15-14
- Newton sweeps Heritage in season opener
- Defense needs to step in to beat Central Gwinnett
- Lady Rams take advantage of mistakes in win.
- Eastside needs to maintain balance against St. Pius
- Local players named to 2-AAAAAA All-Region team
- Falcons face tough road to division title
- NFL game roundup: Brady, Patriots roll over Lions
- Johnson, Martinez, Smoltz appear on HOF ballot
- Braves ready to trade Justin Upton
- Falcons, Browns need win as playoffs loom
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- Falcons in must win for division title contention
- Falcons see pass rush as key to playoff push
- Division races go down to final weekend
- Bulldogs peaking at right time
- Florida looking for offensive-minded coach
- Georgia loses Todd Gurley to season-ending knee injury
- Florida Gators' Will Muschamp out as head football coach
- Tigers, Yellow Jackets matchup crucial in ACC battle
- Auburn looking to spoil Gurley’s return
- University of North Carolina to face accrediting inquiry for academic fraud
- USC’s Shaw shares facts of big lie
- Georgia’s Richt blacks out media