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Friday, Oct. 2, 2015

Jackets hope to right the ship

ATLANTA- Georgia Tech will try to recover from back-to-back losses and regain offensive momentum today when it plays North Carolina, which will try to show that recent signs of defensive ...
By Charles Odum

Experience is on sideline, not under center for South Carolina, Missouri

COLUMBIA, Mo. - South Carolina visits Missouri today in a Southeastern Conference game that matches two of the nation's most experienced coaches and two of the nation's most inexperienced ...
By Jade Washburn

Tigers, Irish QBs tune out hoopla

CLEMSON, S.C. - Clemson's Deshaun Watson and Notre Dame's DeShone Kizer share similar names, the leadership of two high-performing offenses - and the pressure to succeed.
By Pete Iacobelli

Thursday, Oct. 1, 2015

Southern player upbeat despite neck injury

Southern University's Devon Gales will be hospitalized at least eight weeks after his neck injury.

Chubb, Michel aren't concerened with being lead dog

ATHENS, Ga. - Sony Michel and Nick Chubb are equals. Chubb has proven to be one of the best running backs, while Michel is building a case as one of the most versatile threats in the country.
By Connor Riley

Dye's remark in 2002 helped Georgia beat Alabama

Pat Dye once said Georgia "wasn't man enough" to go into Tuscaloosa and beat Alabama.
By Doug Stutsman

Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2015

Georgia's coaching staff has Alabama influence

ATHENS, Ga. - The Alabama influence on Georgia's football program comes face to face with the mothership Saturday in Sanford Stadium.
By Marc Weiszer

Court strikes down decision to pay college athletes

A federal appeals court struck down a plan to pay college football and basketball players in a ruling that NCAA leaders believe supports their contention that the athletes are students and not ...
By Ralph D. Russo

Charges won't be filed against Georgia receiver

No charges will be filed against Georgia wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie for an incident Monday night at an Athens Chili's restaurant.

Missouri has had tumultuous month

COLUMBIA, Mo. - It has been a tumultuous month for Missouri, which was 24th a week ago and didn't get a single Top 25 vote this week.
By Jade Washburn

SEC East teams can flex muscle against West rivals this week

Teams in the Southeastern Conference's East Division have a large chip on their shoulders.  It’s understandable. They’ve come up short against the West in six straight Southeastern Conference ...

ACC is still top heavy with Seminoles, Tigers

ATLANTA - One month into the season, the Atlantic Coast Conference looks as top-heavy as ever with three-time defending champion Florida State and Clemson the league's only ranked teams.
By Charles Odum

Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2015

Michaux: Bulldogs have hearts in the right place

Injury to opposing player last week and Georgia's response to it, puts Saturday's Alabama game into perspective.
By Scott Michaux

Road test is faced by Notre Dame at Clemson

SOUTH BEND, Ind. - Sixth-ranked Notre Dame faces a lot of unanswered questions through four games of the season.
By Tom Coyne

Spurrier impress with freshman quarterback

Freshman quarterback Lorenzo Nunez, the third different starter at quarterback for South Carolina this season, might stay there.
By Pete Iacobell

Georgia receiver McKenzie is being investigated

Police say Georgia receiver Isaiah McKenzie is alleged to have made "terroristic threats" at an Athens restaurant.

LSU's Fournette looks like an early Heisman Trophy contender

With 631 rushing yards and eight touchdowns through three games, LSU running back Leonard Fournette is getting a ton of Heisman Trophy hype.
By Chris Gay

NCAA cracks down on SMU men's basketball

DALLAS - The NCAA banned the SMU men's basketball team and suspended veteran coach Larry Brown after concluding that he simply turned his back on a case of academic fraud involving one of his players.
By Stephen Hawkins

NCAA bans former Augusta State golf coach for four years

Josh Gregory, who led Augusta State University to a pair of NCAA Division I men's golf national championships in 2010 and 2011, will not be coaching on the NCAA level any time soon.

Monday, Sept. 28, 2015

2008 blackout was dark day for Dogs

When they last met in Athens in 2008, No. 8 Crimson Tide buried Georgia in its black jerseys after running out to a 31-0 halftime lead and left with a 41-30 destruction of the No. 3 Bulldogs. ...
By Marc Weiszer

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