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Richt has never lost at Bobby Dodd Stadium
Mark Richt essentially was hired to beat Georgia Tech after the Yellow Jackets won a third straight time over Jim Donnan’s Bulldogs in 2000.
Tide expecting to see both Jeremy Johnson and Sean White
Alabama coach Nick Saban said Alabama’s defense must be prepared for both because they’ve each “played well at times.”
Pair won’t play against Minnesota Vikings on Sunday
Rookie Tevin Coleman, who opened the season as the starting running back, will take over for Devonta Freeman, who leads the league in rushing touchdowns with nine.
Jones grabs three-stroke lead
Reigning champion Jordan Spieth moved into a share of third despite another frustrating day.
SWGA FISHING REPORT: A weekly outlook on how the fish are biting in Southwest Georgia lakes and the Flint River
These are the fishing prospects for this weekend for the Flint River and lakes Blackshear, Seminole and Walter F. George.
Valwood holds on for 28-26 victory
The Knights had two chances to take the lead on field goals late in the fourth quarter.
Outdoors: Stories inspired by old gravestones are more than imagination
The old man lies buried here, in the dooryard of the old homeplace, gone now save the foundation stones and an odd log or two.
The cooler months in the Deep South are excellent times to fish
Cool-weather bass fishing is not only productive, but pleasant as well.
Tigers win sloppy game
The Tigers, who are 12-0 for the first time since winning their first and only national title in 1981, will face North Carolina in the Atlantic Coast Conference Championship Game next Saturday in Charlotte, N.C.
Jones continues to lead by three strokes
Jordan Spieth’s 67 was the best round of the day and put him on seven-under, two shots better than Rhein Gibson (68) with two other Australians, Lincoln Tighe (70) and Aron Price (70), in a share of fourth on four-under.
Tigers will play Texas A&M in regular-season finale
Speaking to the LSU Gridiron Club, Les Miles didn’t come out and say it but let the booster organization know that Saturday’s game will be his last, two sources who attended the luncheon told the newspaper.
Seminoles running back Dalvin Cook has outside shot at Heisman Trophy
No. 13 Florida State (9-2) enters Saturday’s 60th meeting not playing for much more than the state championship and bragging rights for the next 364 days.
Sophomore has seven 100-yard rushing games
Dalvin Cook, a former standout at Miami Central High, has rushed for 1,475 yards and 16 touchdowns this season, flying past former FSU star Warrick Dunn’s single-season record mark of 1,242 yards.
It’s either Auburn or Alabama
The Iron Bowl rivalry can intensify even the friendliest of sibling rivalries.