South Carolina upsets Georgia

COLUMBIA — Fighting for its season, South Carolina rolled up almost 450 yards of offense and made a key defensive stand late to upset No. 6 Georgia, 38-35.
By Chris Gay

Chain saw cuts Greg Norman

ATLANTA - Greg Norman is recovering from a chain saw accident that nearly cost him his left hand, but not his sense of humor.
By Doug Ferguson

Michaux: Swagger is back for Gamecocks

COLUMBIA - The Southeastern Conference East is back in play - not that it ever wasn't - proving that narratives derived from first impressions are typically reckless and off base.
By Scott Michaux

Yellow Jackets rally to beat Eagles

ATLANTA -- Georgia Tech comes from behind in the closing seconds to defeat Georgia Southern 42-38 at Grant Field.
By Donald Heath

Paine falls short in home opener

Paine scored 21 fourth-quarter points behind the arm of Loranzo Hammonds, but Livingstone survived to beat the Lions 48-45 on Saturday at Lucy C. Laney Memorial Stadium.
By David Lee

Georgia Southern turned it around in second half

ATLANTA - This one was tough to swallow, although Georgia Southern displayed a lot of mettle in a 42-38 loss to Georgia Tech on Saturday at Bobby Dodd Stadium.
By Donald Heath

'Georgia was not' meant to win, Spurrier proclaims

COLUMBIA - Williams-Brice Sta­dium remains a house of horrors for Georgia. No. 24 South Carolina held on to defeat No. 6 Georgia, 38-35, on Sat­ur­day.
By John Boyette

Rookies lead Rangers past Braves

ARLINGTON, Texas - Rougned Odor's go-ahead double gave fellow rookie Lisalverto Bonilla a win in his first major-league start, and the last-place Texas Rangers beat Atlanta 3-2 Saturday, handing the Braves another setback in their push for an NL wild-card spot.

McIlroy, Horschel share Tour Championship lead

ATLANA - Rory McIlroy and Bill Horschel are tied for the Tour Championship lead, in great position to leave Atlanta with the biggest Sunday payoff in golf.
By Doug Ferguson

Warriors slow down No. 2 Tigers

Jefferson County's defense stood tall against previously unbeaten Washington-Wilkes.
By Wayne Staats

Coyote control might not help fawn mortality

Trapping coyotes to reduce fawn mortality doesn't appear to increase whitetail survival rates, according to the newest round of research at Savannah River Site.
By Rob Pavey

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Mayweather Jr. wins unanimous decision

LAS VEGAS - Floyd Mayweather Jr. refused to allow Marcos Maidana to turn their rematch into a brawl, boxing masterfully to win a 12-round unanimous decision Saturday night in their welterweight title fight.
By Tim Dahlberg

South Carolina's defense holds up

COLUMBIA - South Carolina's defense bent but didn't completely break Saturday against Georgia.
By John Boyette

Pirates outlast Hokies

BLACKSBURG, Va. - East Carolina quarterback Shane Carden threw three touchdown passes and scored a rushing touchdown with 16 seconds left to lead the Pirates to a 28-21 upset of No. 17 Virginia Tech on Saturday.

Freshman sets Duke mark as Blue Devils roll

DURHAM, N.C. - Fresh­man Shaun Wilson rushed for a school-record 245 yards with three long touchdowns as Duke routed Kansas 41-3 on Saturday.

Sims-led Tide roll

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. - Blake Sims passed for two touchdowns and rushed for a third in three quarters in a 52-12 victory over Southern Miss on Saturday night.

Coastal Carolina romps past S.C. State

CONWAY, S.C. - De'Angelo Henderson ran for 172 yards and two touchdowns to lead Coastal Carolina to a 30-3 victory over South Carolina State on Saturday.

Cavaliers end ACC losing streak

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - Greyson Lambert threw for one touchdown and ran for another and Ian Frye kicked a 42-yard field goal with 3:41 remaining, giving Virginia a 23-21 victory against No. 21 Louisville on Saturday.

Missouri cruises past Central Florida

COLUMBIA, Mo. - Maty Mauk threw four touchdown passes, two each to Jimmie Hunt and Bud Sasser, and passed for 144 yards to lead No. 20 Missouri past Central Florida 38-10 on Saturday.

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