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It's been rumored for weeks that the Thrashers were leaving Georgia for greener pastures in Canada, and Tuesday it happened as Atlanta became the only city to ever lose two NHL teams in the modern era of the league.
In a finish nearly as crazy as the Indy 500's improbable ending, Dale Earnhardt Jr. runs out of gas in the final turn of Sunday night's Coca-Cola 600, allowing Kevin Harvick to win the Sprint Cup Series race at Charlotte.
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Herald Outdoors Columnist Bob Kornegay has tried lots of "extreme" outdoors activities, but says sometimes the normally calm experience of fishing can sometimes be just as hair-raising.
Herald guest columnist Furman Bisher writes about his memories of the past year --- specifically the 2011 Masters when Charl Schwartzel came from nowhere to win.
Herald Guest Columnist Furman Bisher writes that he's not fond of the over-abundance of bowl games these days.
Herald Guest Columnist Loran Smith is glad that former UGA star Jake Scott got into the College Football Hall of Fame, but says there are plenty of other Bulldogs stars in multiple sports who still deserve recognition.
Herald Guest Columnist Furman Bisher says that even though Broncos QB Tim Tebow wears his passion for God on his sleeve, don't think less of him --- or that he's soft.
Herald Outdoors Columnist Bob Kornegay puts his readers in the moment on a recent fishing trip, explaining why there's no other place --- even when things don't exactly go according to play --- he'd rather be.
Herald Guest Columnist Furman Bisher says don't put too much stock in Tiger Woods' first win in more than two years over the weekend because the Chevron World Challenge was nothing more than an exhibition with a 18-player field.
Herald Guest Columnist and former Bulldogs sideline reporter Loran Smith pays tribute to Larry Munson, Georgia's famed radio announcer who died this week at age 89.
Herald Guest Columnist Furman Bisher touches on a few sports topics that have taken place in the last week, including not understanding the NL Rookie of the Year vote given to Craig Kimbrel.
LORAN SMITH COLUMN: Unlikely to be a star upon first glance, freshman Bennett emerges as big-play WR for Georgia
Herald Guest Columnist Loran Smith talks a closer look at Bulldogs freshman WR Michael Bennett, who has emerged as a big-play threat for Georgia this year.
Herald sports editor Danny Aller knows there's a million Joe Frazier stories out there that people have been telling since the former heavyweight champ died Monday at the age of 67, so he wanted to share his.
Herald Guest Columnist Furman Bisher looks back on the career of three-time World Series champion -- and recently retired --- manager Tony La Russa, who also won one title as a player shortly after earning his law degree from Florida State.
Albany Herald Sports Editor Danny Aller calls a recent rule change by the GISA into question after it arguably cost Randolph Southern softball the Class A State Championship this week when the Lady Patriots were forced to beat Thomas Jefferson three times for the title, while TJ only had to win twice.
You would think Herald Outdoors Columnist Bob Kornegay is a fan of deer hunting --- but, eh ... not so much.
Herald High School beat writer Mike Phillips knows most Southwest Georgia prep football fans who know about the Syrupmakers' dominance of the Patriots over the years may think he's crazy, but he's taking Westover against Cairo in tonight's Region 1-AAA showdown.
- BOB KORNEGAY: Why didn't I ask why first?
- OUTDOORS COLUMN: The way I see it, things are looking up
- OUTDOORS COLUMN: Nothing better than the ol’ back porch
- LORAN SMITH COLUMN: Doesn’t get much better than Muirfield
- OUTDOORS COLUMN: Take it all in — you won’t be sorry
- LORAN SMITH COLUMN: Do you know the Joe Tereshinski story?
- OUTDOORS COLUMN: ‘Pretty’ isn’t always that important
- LORAN SMITH COLUMN: Scott finally ends Aussie’s Masters curse
- MASTERS COLUMN: Masters fans unlike any others 1 comment
- MASTERS COLUMN: Some things about the Masters I hope never change