Panthers stay perfect as Romo gets hurt again

ARLINGTON, Texas - Cam Newton is still perfect this season. Tony Romo might be out for good with the same injury that sidelined him for seven games.

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Monday, Nov. 23, 2015

Both QBs could be new to Georgia-Georgia Tech game

ATHENS, Ga. - Greyson Lambert is a novice when it comes to Georgia's rivalry game with Georgia Tech, but there's a chance he will have more starting experience at Bobby Dodd Stadium Saturday than ...
By Marc Weiszer

Georgia Tech's Price still remembers 1974 win over Georgia

Former Georgia Tech football player Elliot Price was an unsung hero for the Yellow Jackets.
By Chris Gay


Overtime for Tuesday, Nov. 24

Winning teams cruise on Day 1 of tournament

GROVETOWN - Starters should be well-rested for today's second day of Grovetown High School's girl's Warrior Turkey Classic.
By Scott Rouch

UConn celebrates anniversary with rout

HARTFORD, Conn. - Breanna Stewart scored 25 points and top-ranked UConn routed Kansas State 97-57 on Monday night, the 30th anniversary of Geno Auriemma's first game as head coach of the Huskies.

Falcons' playoff hopes could be slipping away

FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. - A team that wins its first five games almost always makes the NFL playoffs. The Atlanta Falcons are in danger of bucking that trend.
By Paul Newberry

Georgia Tech closes out 'miserable' season vs. Georgia

ATLANTA — Paul Johnson has heard Georgia Tech fans say the Yellow Jackets’ record doesn’t matter as long as they beat in-state rival Georgia. “We’ll see if that’s true,” Johnson said Monday.
By Charles Odum

LSU football coach's job status is uncertain

There is "a very good possibility" that Louisiana State will buy out Les Miles' contract, according to ESPN.

Sprint Cup champ Busch was a changed man upon his return

HOMESTEAD, Fla. — Kyle Busch didn't relentlessly chase victories in this year's Chase; he just tried to be steady to put himself in a position to race for the title.
By Jenna Fryer

Dodgers name Roberts as manager

Dave Roberts overcame long odds during his playing days in the major leagues and survived a bout with cancer in recent years. He had no managerial experience when he went after the vacant Los ...

Kenyan athletes stage protest againt country's track and field officials

NAIROBI, Kenya - A group of Kenyan athletes occupied the headquarters of the national track and field federation on Monday, demanding the removal of its top officials in a protest against doping ...

Teen Ko is LPGA's player of the year

The way Lydia Ko plays, no one believes she's just a teenager.
By Tim Reynolds

Balance of power shifted quickly in Clemson-South Carolina rivalry

It was only two years ago the Gamecocks and coach Steve Spurrier joyously celebrated a fifth consecutive win over the Tigers. Now, it’s Swinney on top, leading the nation’s No. 1 team into ...
By Pete Iacobelli

War put damper on young Syrian soccer star's future in his homeland

IRBIL, Iraq — Nosheen Hanaan's dream of being on the Syrian national soccer team was torn apart by war.
By Vivian Salama

Mindaugas Kacinas lifts South Carolina into Paradise Jam title game

ST. THOMAS, U.S. Virgin Islands - Mindaugas Kacinas may not want to leave the Virgin Islands. Given the way he's played so far in the tropics, that's completely understandable.

Sunday, Nov. 22, 2015

Ravens lose Flacco for season

BALTIMORE - Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco will miss the remainder of the season after tearing ligaments in his left knee. The injury occurred late in the fourth quarter of Sunday's 16-13 ...

Packers rough up Vikings to pull even in NFC North

MINNEAPOLIS - The Green Bay Packers were in a funk, booed by their loyal fans the week before and passed by the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC North.
By Dave Campbell

Kisner earns first PGA Tour victory

Aiken native Kevin Kisner earned his first PGA Tour victory on Sunday at the RSM Classic.
By John Boyette

Jeff Gordon celebrates final race

The closer Gordon got to the green flag, the more hectic his day became. He was swarmed by fans and media. He smiled the entire way, often fist-bumping everyone within reach.
By Don Coble

Defending champs set new mark in win over Denver

DENVER - Klay Thompson scored 21 points and the Golden State Warriors tied the best start in NBA history, beating the Denver Nuggets 118-105 on Sunday night to move to 15-0.
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Five playoff football games to watch tonight

A look at Friday night's top high school football games.

Falcons sign Graham to back up Bryant

With Matt Bryant slowed by a right quadriceps injury, the Atlanta Falcons have signed kicker Shayne Graham.

Iron Bowl, Egg Bowl among premium matchups in the SEC

Here are some things to watch during the final week of the regular season in the Southeastern Conference.

Spieth, Scott trail Tighe by five at Australian Open

SYDNEY - Jordan Spieth and Adam Scott struggled to even-par 71s in the hot, windy opening round of the Australian Open on Thursday, leaving the top two-ranked players in the tournament five strokes behind little-known leader Lincoln Tighe.

Biologists are tagging sharks for research

A 12-foot-four-inch female tiger shark called Harry-Ette is now wearing a satellite transmitter as she cruises off thee South Carolina coast.
By Bill Baab

Georgia Tech reaches NIT Season TipOff championship game

NEW YORK - Adam Smith scored 19 points and Georgia Tech led for most of its 83-73 victory over Arkansas in the semifinals of the NIT Season TipOff on Thursday.

Baylor uses balanced offense to rout Cincinnati

FREEPORT, Bahamas - Kalani Brown scored 13 points and No. 5 Baylor played stifling defense to rout Cincinnati 72-34 in the opening game of the Junkanoo Jam on Thursday.

Vonn, Shiffrin enjoy friendly rivalry

No bitterness. No nastiness. Just a robust rivalry between American skiers Lindsey Vonn and Mikaela Shiffrin.
By Pat Graham

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