Guerry Clegg

Guerry Clegg

Georgia Tech wins, but Johnson not happy

For someone whose team just won for the fourth time in five games Saturday, Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson wasn’t exactly overjoyed. Even after reminding the players that their 31-17 win over Virginia was something to enjoy, Johnson himself seemed to have trouble feeling satisfied.

Guerry Clegg

Dogs’ Smart enjoys this win

Just where Georgia's 13-7 upset of Auburn Saturday ranks in Bulldogs history is debatable. Sugar didn't fall from the sky as Larry Munson famously proclaimed in 1982. Nor is it likely that the Dogs will ascend back into the national rankings.

Guerry Clegg

Team-by-team look at SPHL

As the Snakes open action at home tonight against the Macon Mayhem, we take a look at each of the other nine teams in the Southern Professional Hockey League this season.

Guerry Clegg

Signing Johnson good sign for Braves

The most encouraging sign from the Atlanta Braves within the past six weeks was not the fact that they had the second-best record in the National League (24-14 to the Chicago Cubs’ 25-14) since Aug. 20 or they had the best record for September and October or that Freddie Freeman was named NL Player of the Month for September.

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Familiar sick feeling for Georgia’s Maurice Smith

Maurice Smith was nearly inconsolable as he jogged off the field, trying in vain to wipe the tears from his eyes and the pain from his heart as he was ushered by an assistant coach. Unlike his Georgia teammates, Smith, a transfer from Alabama, knew the sickening feeling of losing on the final play of the game.

Guerry Clegg

Tigers trying to find offense

When you think about it, they really have a lot in common, these two. For one thing, there are the top-notch engineering schools. Texas A&M’s might be ranked higher. So says U.S. News. But hey, Auburn became the first to deliver a game ball by drone. By the way, nice fair catch there, Aubie. Special teams coaches everywhere would be proud.

Videos

911 call from Hector Arreola the morning of his altercation with Columbus police officers

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation released the two 911 calls that Hector Arreola made in the early morning hours of January 9 before an incident with police officers. Arreola died of injuries the following day. The two calls, one lasting nearly 23 minutes with long periods of silence, have been edited for length.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation
911 call from Hector Arreola the morning of his altercation with Columbus police officers 2:32

911 call from Hector Arreola the morning of his altercation with Columbus police officers

Rev. Deacon Stephen Muse talks about his book 0:54

Rev. Deacon Stephen Muse talks about his book

'Of Mice and Men' opens at Springer 1:43

'Of Mice and Men' opens at Springer

Raw video: fight that ended in death of Dominique Horton 1:26

Raw video: fight that ended in death of Dominique Horton