News for Sunday, January 24, 2010


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Watson, Prugh lead Hope Classic

Former Georgia star Bubba Watson double-bogeys the 18th hole in the fourth round of the Hope Classic, falling into a first-place tie with Alex Prugh.

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Ohio State reserve a blogging hit

Ohio State reserve Mark Titus' blog about hardly playing is a national phenomenon.

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Tebow ready for Senior Bowl

Florida QB Tim Tebow says he will remain true to himself as NFL scouts look on this week at the Senior Bowl.

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Cohen to miss Olympics

2006 Olympic gold medalist Sasha Cohen won't be able to defend her championship.

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Venus plays way into quarterfinals

Venus Williams ensures that the United States will have a women's singles player in the Australian Open quarterfinals yet again, extending a streak that began in 1977.

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Ole Miss women stun UGA

Mississippi takes over first place in the Southeastern Conference after the Lady Rebels' Bianca Thomas sinks a late 3-pointer for a 66-65 victory against the Lady Bulldogs on Sunday in Athens.

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FSU upends No. 19 Georgia Tech

Florida State earns a season sweep of No. 19 Georgia Tech on Sunday as the Seminoles upend the Yellow Jackets, 68-66.

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Colts favored to win Super Bowl

The Glantz-Culver Line has Indianapolis favored by 4 1/2 points to beat New Orleans in the Super Bowl.

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Manning stays in the way of Saints' title

If the Saints are to win the Super Bowl, they will have to beat Indianapolis, which is led on the field by Peyton Manning, who is the son of ex-Saints quarterback Archie Manning.

Phoebe setting cardiac records

Reducing the "door-to-balloon" time needed to treat heart patients increases their chance of survival.Jennifer Maddox Parks, staff writer

Disclosures show funding gap

State candidates will be required to file another financial disclosure statement in March.J.D. Sumner, government writer

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ASU faculty help to uncover Facebook contradictions

Albany State University faculty members research how ASU students present themselves on Facebook.Ethan Fowler, Education writer

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Albany man looks back on time in German prison camp

Charles McGee recalls being shot down in Hungary during an Air Corps mission in World War II.Cathy Higgins, features writer

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Saints capture NFC, reach Super Bowl

New Orleans, which struggled at the end of the regular season, is going to the Super Bowl after Garrett Hartley kicks the game-winning field goal in overtime for a 31-28 NFC championship victory against Minnesota.