It's hard to believe the prep basketball season comes to a close this week. For some, it's that last chance to make a strong push toward playoff play. For others it's a chance to work out the kinks before the start of the region tournament. And yet for some it's the harsh realization that their high school basketball careers are coming to a close.
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Friday, Georgia Southern released its 2009 football schedule, which is highlighted by five home games and a road matchup with the Atlantic Coast Conference's North Carolina Tar Heels on Saturday, Oct. 10 in Chapel Hill, N.C.
Forgive me Father, for I have sinned - well, lied to be specific.
Ah, Super Bowl week. All the build-up for what will likely be a big disappointment. Sorry to start the week off on such a pessimistic approach.
I don't dig too much into politics. Seems like mouthing off about something you know little about never produces positive results.
I'd like to congratulate the University of Utah on their FBS national championship this past season. At 13-0, the Utes have nothing left to prove, beat everyone that lined up on the other side of the football field from them and dismantled Alabama in the Sugar Bowl.
A new year! A new day! A new title for the column perhaps?
When the holiday season rolls around in our society, there's one main question that on the tips of everyone's tongue, ready to be asked without being evoked: What do you want?
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Statesboro lost to Brunswick 30-29 in the first overtime period as the Pirates were barely successful on a two-point conversion to seal the victory.
It's hard to believe that 2009 is lurking at the end of this week. It's also cliché to wonder how the past year when by so fast.
A class action lawsuit targeting how high schools handle football concussions has been filed in Illinois, the first of its kind. The lawyer behind the suit, Joseph Siprut, is also behind a similar suit at the college level, reaching a settlement that is currently under review by a judge.
LAS VEGAS - What if the people who make their living rating teams every day were in charge of seeding the college football playoffs? What if the inaugural playoff season wasn't decided by a group of people with different agendas that might factor into their judgment?
GRAPEVINE, Texas - The first College Football Playoff expanded the national championship race, made the regular season even more intriguing and produced a final four with major star power.
ATLANTA - Blake Sims went out for one more snap, then trotted off the field to a standing ovation from the Alabama fans.
ATLANTA - Alabama is right where it always seems to be - playing for a title.
WINDERMERE, Fla. - The guy in a red shirt put on quite a show Friday in the Hero World Challenge to get into contention.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. - Florida athletic director Jeremy Foley wanted a coach with an offensive track record of success.
A rare Thursday night game that is not part of a short week has Dallas at Chicago. Both teams lost on Thanksgiving Day, and the Bears are headed for a double whammy.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - Brandon Prince transferred to UAB to help his ailing father, a single parent, while still doing what he loves most: Playing football.
ATLANTA - The Atlanta Hawks owned the fourth quarter again.
The next portion of duck season opens December 6th and runs through January 25th of 2015 and the possibilities for Southeast Georgia are abundant. You can float the rivers, set up in any of the numerous swamps, beaver ponds and farm ponds, or head out to a reservoir to get your limit. Duck hunting has made a complete turnaround since the early 1990's with the onset of Ducks Unlimited and other conservation groups who began an earnest emphasis on preserving wetlands. Together with state and federal agencies millions of acres of wetlands around the country have been restored and ...
Georgia Southern's appeal of the decision by the NCAA to bar the Eagles from playing in a bowl game was denied Tuesday afternoon.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - A neuropathologist will look for signs of traumatic brain injury in an Ohio State athlete who was found dead in a trash bin of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound and had a reported history of concussions, a coroner said Monday.