UPPER ARLINGTON, Ohio - A decade after battling a rare illness that nearly killed him and kept him off the golf course for seven years, Gene Sauers celebrated his first victory on the senior tour.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) - Monte Kiffin didn't handle retirement very well.
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) - Usain Bolt rarely complains about going too fast.
Georgia Southern coach Tyson Summers is buckling up for a grueling season on the football field, but some other members of his household were thinking more in the present Saturday afternoon.
Many Georgia Southern fans got their first look at the 2016 version of the Eagles as the football team held an open scrimmage Saturday at Paulson Stadium.
RIO DE JANEIRO - Simone Biles and Aly Raisman stood side by side in Rio Olympic Arena, clutching each other while waiting for the inevitable coronation.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - A new NCAA rule change is catching some recruits by surprise while causing coaches to debate how much time they should spend on social media.
Seeing as how the starting middle linebacker for Georgia Southern has found his way to an NFL training camp in each of the last two seasons, it would be easy to anticipate a drop off this time around.
Even though there are children with smart phones older than Statesboro High School's Volleyball program, the team is ready to make the next step under inaugural head coach Bob Massee.
FLOWERY BRANCH - All four of Atlanta's quarterbacks are expected to play in Thursday night's preseason opener against Washington, setting a pattern of frequent substitutions that should follow at other positions.
RIO DE JANEIRO - Carmelo Anthony and Kyrie Irving had the answers in the first test for the U.S. Olympic men's basketball team.
The pool of candidates for the Heisman Trophy is a deep one. Derrick Henry, the winner from Alabama last year, has moved on to the NFL, but five of the next six players in the voting are back, led by runner-up Christian McCaffrey of Stanford.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) - Carolina Panthers coach Ron Rivera believes too much technologymay wind up hurting the NFL game.
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) - Prince Fielder wiped away tears, pointed to his two sons sitting next to him and talked about being in big league clubhouses since he was their age.
While growing up, I couldn't go more than a few minutes without talking about sports. My mind was usually gravitating around something involving my beloved Phillies or Steelers, but – in a pinch – just about any sporting event would keep me occupied.
Grab a cup of coffee and spend some time re-living the Georgia Southern Eagles sweeping the Sun Belt Conference through the eyes of Herald Staff ...