Giella signs to play at Clemson

Augusta Christian offensive lineman Zach Giella signed his letter of intent Friday to play football at Clemson.
By David Lee

Humphrey gets his long-waited wish

CANTON, Ohio - Whether he is the first true Atlanta Falcon to get inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame is up for debate. Claude Humphrey is just happy to get enshrined.
By Chris Gay

Longtime Red Devils coach honored

LINCOLNTON, Ga. - Larry Campbell slowly walked into the stadium like he had done countless times before. But on this night, Campbell walked out of his stadium.
By Wayne Staats

Falcons show off bulk on defense

LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. - The new wide bodies on the Atlanta Falcons' defensive line are difficult to overlook.
By Charles Odum

Watney still leads in Reno

RENO, Nev. - Nick Watney increased his lead to three points Friday over Geoff Ogilvy in the Barracuda Championship, scoring eight points in the modified Stableford event.

Auburn quarterback won't start opener

Auburn quarterback Nick Marshall, who was cited by police for possession of marijuana in July, won't start in the season opener against Arkansas.

PGA Tour says Johnson is not suspended

AKRON, Ohio - The PGA Tour rebutted a published report Friday that Dustin Johnson has been suspended for failing a drug test.
By Doug Ferguson

Garcia fires 61, takes Bridgestone lead

AKRON, Ohio - Sergio Garcia one-putted the final 11 holes and made birdies on his last seven holes in the Bridgestone Invitational to tie the course record.
By Doug Ferguson

Larson sets Pocono track record

LONG POND, Pa. - Kyle Larson set a track record of 183.438 mph to win his first career Sprint Cup pole Friday at Pocono Raceway.
By Dan Gelston

Townley will be held out at Pocono

LONG POND, Pa. - John Wes Townley will be held out of all racing this weekend after a hard crash Friday at Pocono Raceway.

Trainer's trio of trotters heads field

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - Trainer Jimmy Takter exudes confidence in his trio of trotters heading into the $1 million Hambletonian today at Meadowlands Racetrack.
By Mike Farrell

Gogick: Ray Guy shows many ways to tell remarkable story

Now that our special sections are more than print, three special videos on Ray Guy can be found on your digital devices.

Cespedes finds his way to Fenway after trade flurry

BOSTON - If Yoenis Cespedes didn't know much about the Boston Red Sox while growing up in Cuba, he found the perfect person to teach him all about the history.
By Jimmy Golen

Ukraine, Russia spar over fate of Crimean clubs

MOSCOW - Five months after the annexation of Crimea, Russia and Ukraine are now squabbling over soccer clubs in the region.
By James Ellingworth


After three-plus years at Paine College, golf coach Herman Belton turned in his resignation and is headed back to Benedict College for a second stint.

Julio Jones says right foot completely healed

FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. - Julio Jones describes his second return from right foot surgery as "a work in progress."
By George Henry

Texas safety is back on the team

Texas senior safety Josh Turner has been reinstated to the program after meeting with coach Charlie Strong, according to

- PGA Tour
- European Tour
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- Champions
- Canadian
- LPGA Tour

Wozniacki to run New York City Marathon

NEW YORK - Caroline Wozniacki plans to play a full tournament schedule this fall while fitting in time to train for the New York City Marathon.
By Rachel Cohen

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