Alabama rolls by Georgia in blowout

ATHENS, Ga. — As the boos grew louder with every incompletion, interception or inconsistent play, No. 8 Georgia fell behind even more to No. 13 Alabama and eventually lost, 38-10, Saturday at Sanford Stadium.
By Wayne Staats

Michaux: Bulldogs can't take advantage of chance to impress

With yet another opportunity to make a national statement against an elite opponent on a huge stage, Georgia didn't just fail - it failed miserably.
By Scott Michaux

Missouri beats South Carolina in battle of true freshman QBs

Missouri's 24-10 victory against South Carolina Saturday marked the first time in the history of the Southeastern Conference that two true freshman quarterbacks started in the same game.
By Jade Washburn

Clemson holds off Notre Dame

CLEMSON, S.C. -Deshaun Watson threw for two touchdowns, ran for a third and Clemson's defense stopped DeShone Kizer on a tying two-point conversion as the Tigers held on to beat Notre Dame 24-22 on Saturday night.
By Pete Iacobelli

Wildcats new region favorite

With Friday's win at Washington County, Laney is in great shape in Region 3-AAA.

Eagles grind out victory

MONROE, La. - It wasn't exactly pretty for Georgia Southern, but it was even less so for Lousiana Monroe.
By Nathan Deen

Scherzer throws his second no-hitter this year

NEW YORK - Max Scherzer pitched his second no-hitter this season for Washington, striking out a team-record 17 and leading the Nationals over the NL East champion New York Mets 2-0 Saturday night for a doubleheader sweep.
By Ben Walker

Thongchai Jaidee took rough road to Presidents Cup

The next stop on a journey that keeps getting better is the Presidents Cup, where Thongchai Jaidee will be the first player from Thailand to compete in the matches.
By Doug Ferguson

Braves get positive play despite rough year

The Atlanta Braves received positive play from several players despite a rough season, led by Freddie Freeman's production in limited action.
By David Lee

Johnson makes 500th career start on Sunday

Jimmie Johnson's been turning heads on the track ever since he landed a ride with racing powerhouse Hendrick Motorsports.
By Dan Gelston

Pavey: Evans teens will have shot to reel in national title

Most outdoorsmen are focused on deer season this time of year, but two Columbia County teens are chasing big bucks of a different kind.
By Rob Pavey
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Chelsea manager concerned after latest loss

Defending champion Chelsea fell to its fourth loss of the Premier League season on Saturday, leaving Jose Mourinho talking about the possibility of being fired.

Goalies must balance tough workload during regular season

Balancing a goalie's workload over an 82-game season is tricky.
By Teresa M. Walker

US handles Cuba, eans semifinal spot in CONCACAF Olympic qualifying

KANSAS CITY, Kan. - The United States romped to a 6-1 victory over a depleted Cuba squad on Saturday to guarantee itself a semifinal spot in CONCACAF Olympic qualifying.
By Dave Skretta

Cheng Jim holds one-shot lead in Asia-Pacific Amateur

HONG KONG - Cheng Jin pitched to a half-foot on the par-5 18th and made birdie for 1-under-par 69 to take a one-stroke lead over two Australians after three rounds of the typhoon-threatened Asia-Pacific Amateur on Saturday.

Chubb extends 100-yard game rushing streak

ATHENS, Ga. - Nick Chubb's 100-yard rushing streak kept going on Saturday in a 38-10 Alabama blowout of Georgia. Consider it a consolation prize of sorts.
By Marc Weiszer

QB play a disappointment for Georgia

The first pass by Greyson Lambert ended in disappointment. The first pass by Brice Ramsey ended in disaster.
By Connor Riley

Blocked punt for TD sent Alabama on its way

ATHENS, Ga. - Blocked punt for a touchdown by Alabama opened the floodgates in the victory over Georgia.
By Nicole Saavedra


Augusta University dropped its second Peach Belt Conference home match in as many days, losing to Armstrong State 3-1 on Saturday.  

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