TALLADEGA, Ala. - Brian Vickers isn't allowed to attend Hendrick Motorsports team meetings.
Something had to give.
CONCORD, N.C. - Lowe's Motor Speedway is beefing up security for driver Brian Vickers after angry race fans called the track to complain that Vickers wrecked Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Jimmie Johnson on the last lap at Talladega.
Georgia Southern's defense struggled to get off the field on third downs Saturday, as North Dakota State made 11 of 17 third-down conversions.
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MILLEN - A punishing ground attack propelled the Claxton Tigers (2-3-1, 2-0) to a 32-21 region 3-A victory over the Jenkins County Eagles (1-5, 0-2) Friday night.
ST. LOUIS - Russell Branyan, Chris Young and Trevor Hoffman saved San Diego, stopping the St. Louis Cardinals from sweeping the Padres in the first round of the NL playoffs.
TALLADEGA, Ala. - Jeff and Jimmie, Brian and Ricky. They were the Hendrick Motorsports entourage - NASCAR's very own version of the Rat Pack.
FLOWERY BRANCH - Through four games, the Atlanta Falcons have listed Ed Hartwell as the team's starting middle linebacker.
Here are three clips of the North Dakota State Bison, Georgia Southern's opponent this week. While the Bison are well known for their staunch defense, their offensive attack shouldn't be overlooked.
The Portal Panthers have had tonight circled on their calendar. After struggling through four tough non-region games and coming out on the short end of all four, PHS (0-4) couldn't be more excited to open region play.
PORTAL - The Portal Panthers simply couldn't catch a break Friday night. They lost yards. They lost possession. They even lost the coin toss. By the end of the night, the Panthers were stuck on the short end of a lopsided 31-0 score at the hands of the Hornets from Savannah Country Day.
SOCHI, Russia - The politics got a little hotter. The slopes got a lot slushier.
NEW YORK - Goodbye, Dan Marino and Shannon Sharpe. Hello, Tony Gonzalez.
CHICAGO - Northwestern quarterback Kain Colter testified Tuesday that he was essentially paid to play via his scholarship as the National Labor Relations Board opened a closely watched hearing on a bid to form what would be the first union for college athletes in U.S. history.
SOCHI, Russia - It was Belarus day Monday at the Sochi Olympics.
MOSCOW - After a heated U.S.-Russia hockey match at the Sochi Olympics on Saturday, many Russian spectators have decided the cold war is back - and not just on the ice.
SOCHI, Russia - A full 65 minutes of intense hockey weren't enough to decide the latest chapter of Russia's Olympic rivalry with the United States.
SOCHI, Russia - A pair of skiers from Switzerland collected gold medals at the Sochi Games on Friday, and a teenager from Japan overcame a pair of falls to become the first Asian man to win an Olympic title in men's figure skating.
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SOCHI, Russia - From wild cheers to stunned silence, the Sochi Olympics said goodbye Thursday to one of figure skating's all-time greats.
NEW YORK - Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter says he will retire after this season "with absolutely no regrets," ending one of the greatest careers in the history of baseball's most storied franchise.
NEW YORK - The bloodhound drew the loudest cheers. The Portie came with presidential connections. And the Irish water spaniel tried to earn another win for Seattle in the Super Bowl - of dogs, that is.
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LOS ANGELES - This is what Tom Watson knows about the American with a big lead in the Ryder Cup standings.
SOCHI, Russia - The most decorated country in Winter Olympic history earned four more medals Tuesday, and the most famous snowboarder in the world had his hopes for a third straight gold in the halfpipe dashed.