FLOWERY BRANCH - Warrick Dunn isn't about to complain about the new balance in the Atlanta Falcons' offense, even though the improved passing totals the last two weeks have cut into his production at tailback.
ATHENS - Coach Mark Richt has changed starting quarterbacks - four times.
ATLANTA - Chan Gailey has spent the last 32 years coaching college and professional football players, so it's safe to say he understands how to motivate a team.
FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. - Two week ago, P.J. Alexander was home in Denver, working out daily on his own but unsure if he'd ever have another chance to play.
CINCINNATI - Michael Vick has found a balance. His passer rating is just as impressive as his 40-yard dash these days.
ATLANTA - Ben Roethlisberger stood on the Pittsburgh sideline with a white towel hanging around his neck. All he could do was watch as Michael Vick and the Falcons finished off the Steelers in a game that was just too good to be settled in 60 minutes.
ATLANTA - Atlanta Falcons defensive end John Abraham will miss three to four weeks following surgery Tuesday to repair a torn lower abdominal muscle.
ATHENS - The season-long Georgia quarterback carousel ended last week, but now can coaches find reliable receivers for Matthew Stafford?
ATLANTA (AP) - It's time for Georgia Tech to move on. No more sulking about that dismal loss to Clemson.
ATLANTA - Joe Johnson averaged more than 20 points last season. He played on the U.S. team at the world championships. And he can still walk the streets of Atlanta without being bothered.
ATLANTA - Georgia Tech got Calvin Johnson back in the offense and took a major step toward reaching the Atlantic Coast Conference championship game.
One week after failing to catch a pass for the first time in his career, Johnson hauled in a tie-breaking, 1-yard touchdown with 6:18 remaining and the No. 21 Yellow Jackets rallied for a 30-23 victory over Miami on Saturday.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Florida's defense deserved a rousing toast after this game - even if it wasn't a cocktail party.
ATLANTA - When Marvin Williams left Chapel Hill, N.C., last year, he was a teenager who looked - and played - like a baby when compared with the stars of the NBA.