University of Georgia

Ex-Georgia coach Mark Richt waits on next opportunity

A day after being fired after 15 seasons as Georgia’s football coach, Richt says he will consider other coaching opportunities.

Heels' winning streak ignited by defense

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - The defensive turnaround at North Carolina is one of the major reasons the No. 8 Tar Heels have their highest ranking in nearly two decades and reached the Atlantic Coast Conference Championship Game.
By Aaron Beard

Rangers' dominance of Hurricanes continues

NEW YORK - Mats Zuccarello and Oscar Lindberg scored first-period power-play goals and the New York Rangers beat Carolina 4-3 on Monday night to keep up their mastery of the Hurricanes.

Silver Bluff, Abbeville respect each other

COLUMBIA - Respect runs deep between Silver Bluff and Abbeville when it comes to high school football.
By John Boyette

Ravens top Browns on final play

CLEVELAND - Will Hill returned a blocked field goal 64 yards for a touchdown as expired, giving the Baltimore Ravens a 34-27 win Monday night over the luckless Cleveland Browns.

Kentucky rebounds from slow start to win

LEXINGTON, Ky. - Isaiah Briscoe scored 18 points, Jamal Murray added 16 and No. 1 Kentucky overcame a sluggish first half to pull away from Illinois State 75-63 on Monday night.

Hawks cool off Thunder

ATLANTA - Paul Millsap scored 26 points and Jeff Teague made all the big shots down the stretch, sending the Atlanta Hawks to a 106-100 victory that snapped Oklahoma City's four-game winning streak.
By Paul Newberry

Richt said he's weighing future options at press conference

At a press conference at the University of Georgia, Mark Richt said he's left open his future options. On Sunday, the school dismissed Richt after 15 years as the Bulldogs' head coach.

Bulls bring halt to Spurs' winning streak

CHICAGO - Pau Gasol had 18 points, 13 rebounds and three blocked shots, and the Chicago Bulls snapped San Antonio's five-game winning streak with a 92-89 victory over the Spurs.

Teams with 5-7 records will play in bowl games

After a bad season on the field for Mike Riley's first Nebraska team, some good work in the classroom by the Huskers when Bo Pelini was coach will keep Big Red playing football this season.
By Ralph D. Russo

Redskins are relevant for a change

Thanks in large part to residing in a dismal division, the Washington Redskins are actually relevant.
By Howard Fendrich

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Scott Michaux

Richt says goodbye to Georgia with his head held high

Looking 10 years younger with the weight of Bulldog Nation lifted from his shoulders, Richt owned the Richard B. Taylor Room where he sat comfortably next to the man who fired him and talked about his past, present and future.

Helton hired as Southern Cal's head coach

Clay Helton has twice taken charge of the Southern California football program in moments of crisis and steadied it with calm leadership.

First loss leaves Patriots looking to the playoffs

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - At least New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick doesn't have to answer - or, more precisely, not answer - questions about an undefeated season anymore.

Huskies win their 41st game in a row

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. Moriah Jefferson scored 15 points and didn't miss a shot Monday night as No. 1 UConn breezed past Chattanooga 79-31 for its 41st consecutive victory.

IOC looks elsewhere after Hamburg rejects 2024 bid

LONDON - Once again, German voters delivered a harsh and sobering message to the Olympic movement: No thanks.
By Stephen Wilson

Marlins considering Bonds as a second hitting coach

The Miami Marlins are having internal discussions about bringing all-time home run leader Barry Bonds on as a hitting coach this season, according to a report.

New heavyweight champion won't change his candid ways

BOLTON, England - Being heavyweight champion of the world hasn't changed Tyson Fury much, at least judging by the maverick boxer's journey back to Britain after beating Wladimir Klitschko.
By Steve Douglas

Steelers try to look ahead after frustrating loss

After a loss to Seattle, whatever semblance of control Pittsburgh had in the playoff race is long gone.
By Will Graves

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