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May. 15, 2014

Leo Costa enjoyed more than 15 minutes of fame. - Full Story

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May. 6, 2014

Turning points are easily identified when you look back. - Full Story

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Mar. 8, 2014

David Rholetter died without headlines recently with only his teammates and coaches fully appreciating his football worth. - Full Story

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Feb. 20, 2014

The first decision Scott Stricklin made after signing on to become Georgia’s baseball coach was to give his snow blower to his brother, Jim. - Full Story

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Feb. 11, 2014

When Marlon Brown, the oft injured Georgia receiver whose career in Athens ended with ACL surgery, got scant attention at the NFL combine last spring, he didn’t let it affect his attitude. - Full Story

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Feb. 10, 2014

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — When it comes to sentiment and tradition, Jon Fabris — an Ole Miss graduate who may be the only coach to have coached in every major conference, at Notre Dame, and in the National Football League — has more appreciation and feeling for the campuses where he has worked than many who are graduates of those institutions. - Full Story

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Dec. 10, 2013

NEW YORK — Aaron Murray became the 13th Georgia football player to be selected for a National Football Foundation Award Monday night at a black-tie dinner at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel. - Full Story

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Dec. 3, 2013

ATLANTA — Comebacks are sweet, and if anybody deserved one it would be this Georgia team, which looks more like a M*A*S*H* unit than a gridiron eleven. - Full Story

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Nov. 28, 2013

There have been some very exciting games between Georgia and Georgia Tech. - Full Story

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Nov. 4, 2013

ST. SIMONS ISLAND — This island community, where no event attracts more attention than the annual Georgia-Florida weekend, was overwhelmed last weekend with Georgia students, many of whom arrived on Thursday. - Full Story

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Oct. 1, 2013

Larry Munson - Full Story

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Sep. 27, 2013

Men who are Ray Drew’s size (6-foot-5, 276 pounds) seem just the type to excel in the NFL, which is the objective of the affable junior lineman from Thomasville. - Full Story

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Aug. 24, 2013

Mike Bobo coaches with a player’s perspective. - Full Story

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Aug. 13, 2013

Todd Grantham’s football routine is akin to that of a graduate student cramming for an exam. Start early in the day, keep at it past midnight. Take your copious notes to the classroom, and while you are waiting to go inside, cram a little longer, review one final time before taking the daunting exam, the reality of the challenge, impactful and foreboding as you advance your wits into the unknown. - Full Story

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Aug. 5, 2013

BERLIN, Germany — - Full Story

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Jul. 18, 2013

GULLANE, Scotland — Bubba Watson remains golf’s “Sultan of Swat,” which endears him to galleries even over here, those with affection for the bump-and-run game and an unending proficiency for the ultimate in course management. Golf aficionados in Scotland, the birthplace of the game, know the importance of finesse and touch, but Bubba’s bombs-away game intrigues them. - Full Story

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Jul. 5, 2013

PITTSBURGH – - Full Story

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May. 31, 2013

LaGRANGE — Pat Hunnicutt looks pretty much the same as he did in 1964 when he was a senior defensive back, playing on Vince Dooley’s first team. He was always lean and fit with a defensive back’s premier assets — quickness, agility, and a penchant for being in the right place at the right time. - Full Story

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May. 21, 2013

HOUSTON — - Full Story

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Mar. 8, 2013

Today’s place-kickers would consider those upright, square-toe-shoed, straight-on kickers of the past to be relics. Antiques. Like Durward Pennington, whose extra point in the 1959 Georgia-Auburn game enabled the Bulldogs to clinch the Southeastern Conference championship. - Full Story

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Feb. 19, 2013

WESTLAKE, Texas — - Full Story

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Jan. 25, 2013

DALTON — - Full Story

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Jan. 7, 2013

Pregame, Georgia and Nebraska both had the same emotional challenge for the Capital One Bowl — getting up from the mat after disappointing championship playoff games. - Full Story

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Nov. 30, 2012

Wayne Ingle was a football player who was considered an over achiever, one who was always doing his best to help the team, understanding his role and appreciating both the scholarship, which was a badge of honor, and the opportunity to play for the University of Georgia. - Full Story

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In the early going last Saturday, Georgia Tech and its unconventional offense were causing the Bulldogs to fret as the Yellow Jackets had driven 83 yards down the field with the objective of tying the game 7-7. That possibility looked very likely. - Full Story

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