After 12 seasons in Athens — and one stinker of a season in 2013 — David Perno is allowed to resign by Georgia, which was planning to fire its longtime coach.
Cory Rasmus, the brother of MLB star Colby Rasmus, is finally in Atlanta after being called up, but his first pitch in the majors may not come right away.
Sure-fire Hall of Famer Chipper Jones is enjoying his life away from baseball, although he still keeps tabs on his beloved Atlanta Braves.
Kickoff for the 2013 season is still four months away, but two assistant coaches are already spicing up the next UGA-UF showdown.
Braves starter Paul Maholm’s career could’ve ended nine years ago this week when he was struck in the face by a line drive and seriously hurt, but he not only returned to the field, he’s become one of Major League Baseball’s most baffling pitchers to figure out.
U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss said on Monday that he plans to ask the CIA to declassify all e-mails surrounding the Benghazi, Libya, attacks in an attempt to make the investigation into last year's assault a national security issue and not a "political exercise."
Milan Richard, the nephew of UGA great Herschel Walker, turns down an offer from UGA and instead will attend Clemson.
In a strange, full-circle situation, former Georgia Tech star QB and assistant coach Joe Hamilton is back on staff exactly five years after leaving.
Alabama coach Nick Saban is among those in favor of a nine-game football SEC schedule in light of the recent creation of the SEC Network.
Gov. Nathan Deal on Monday signed an ethics overhaul into law that imposes Georgia’s first-ever limitations on gifts to public officials after months of legislative wrangling over how far the new rules should go.