Florida Atlantic played with No. 7 Georgia for much of the first half, but then the Bulldogs scored seven unanswered touchdowns to put away the Owls, 56-20, and improve to 3-0.
As a 42-point favorite, not many think Georgia has a chance of being upset by FAU today in Athens — but the Bulldogs are a little wary after what happened to their SEC counterpart Arkansas last week against Louisiana-Monroe.
Kris Medlen continues his tear since joining the Braves’ starting rotation, striking out a career-high 13 on Friday night to stymie the Nationals during a crucial NL East showdown.
The Falcons can’t bask in their convincing 40-24 win on Sunday against the Chiefs because next up is their home opener — in prime time on Monday night — against Peyton Manning and the Broncos.
For the second game in a row, Atlanta only needs one run to beat the Rockies, who are shut out for the second straight day by the Braves.
The Bulldogs say Tuesday that they’re looking at their game at Missouri — the Tigers’ first SEC duel — as nothing more than a “business trip.”
Georgia Tech’s much-maligned defense is ready to prove its doubters wrong this season by tightening up all phases of its attack.
Braves veteran star Chipper Jones reiterates Friday that while he’s still having fun this season — and most importantly, still producing — it will definitely be his last.
Kris Medlen continues to be a pleasant surprise as a fill-in starter for the Braves as he pitches a shutout Thursday -- his first career complete game -- and Chipper Jones hits two homers to lead the Braves to a 6-0 win against the Padres.
More than likely you can call it a career for Michael Phelps, who swam his last individual race at the 2012 Summer Olympics on Friday, going out with a gold in the 100-meter butterfly while also watching as the future of U.S. swimming — 17-year-old Missy Franklin and 15-year-old Katie Ledecky — both win golds of their own.
Led by former UGA stars Allison Schmitt and Shannon Vreeland, the women’s 4x200 relay team picks up another U.S. gold, then Nathan Adrian pulls the upset win in the 100 free.
American swimming stars Missy Franklin, 17, and Matt Grevers both win gold during their finals Monday at the Summer Olympics in London, while Ryan Lochte -- once again -- struggles for the U.S. as he finishes fourth in the 200 freestyle.
Ryan Lochte and Michael Phelps have traded victories against each other this past year, and the duo headlines America’s strong class of swimmers for the 2012 Olympics.
Boston’s aging Celtics have earned the respect of the Hawks, who face elimination tonight.
Atlanta has still not ruled out Josh Smith playing tonight in Game 3 against Boston, despite the fact he's still in pain after hurting his knee in Game 2.
Rajon Rondo's bump of an official during the end of Game 1 of the Celtics-Hawks series Sunday night garners a one-game ban Monday for tonight's Game 2.
The Celtics' Big Three are on their last legs and the Hawks are looking to jump on Boston early in the first round series, which tips off tonight.
The Atlanta pitching staff surrenders just six hits to the Pirates, and the Braves stay hot at the plate to win Friday’s game, 6-1.
The Hawks lock up home court in their first-round playoff series against Boston by winning Thursday’s season finale against Dallas.
Atlanta doesn’t have a pick in the draft until late in the second round — but GM Thomas Dimitroff still thinks he can get a solid player.
In a see-saw battle Friday night at Turner Field, the Braves rally to beat the Brewers in a wild one for their third straight victory.
After spending a long winter trying to forget their historic collapse in September, the Braves are eager to start the season today and put the misery of 2011 behind them.
The Knicks lose for just the second time under interim coach Mike Woodson, who coached the Hawks from 2004-10 and returned to Philips Arena for the first time since replacing Mike D’Antoni on the Knicks’ bench.
Kentucky has no problem ripping Baylor, 82-70, to advance to the Final Four, where the Wildcats face Louisville next week.
After saying recently he wasn’t sure he could even make it through this season — then backtracking a day later, saying he was only kidding — Braves veteran star Chipper Jones officially declares Thursday that 2012 will be his final professional year in the major leagues.
Georgia Tech (24-8) opens March Madness against No. 13 seed Sacred Heart, while Georgia's women (22-8) open against MAAC champ Marist as the NCAA women's tournament begins on Sunday.
Florida State makes history, winning its first ACC men’s basketball title by beating powerhouse North Carolina, 85-82, on Sunday.
As Braves star and elder statesman Chipper Jones nears 40 years old, he reasserts his claim at spring training that he’s still nowhere close to being ready to retire.
Braves star reliever and reigning NL Rookie of the Year Craig Kimbrel is ready to get back to work after Atlanta's pitching staff, Kimbrel included, helped blow a huge lead in September and miss the playoffs.
2012 SPRING TRAINING: Hanson returns to Braves’ spring training after suffering concussion in car accident; Chipper quells talk that he's gotten fat
After getting into a car accident on his way to the Braves' spring training complex in Florida and suffering a mild concussion, starting pitcher Tommy Hanson returns to action on a limited basis Thursday.
At age 36, and coming off back surgery, Braves starter Tim Hudson says he feeling better than ever and even jokes that he's in his "prime.'' (INCLUDES: Braves pitcher Tommy Hanson suffering a concussion from a minor car accident).
Atlanta’s three-game home losing streak is history after Wednesday’s huge win against rising East powerhouse Indiana.
ESPN ranks Georgia’s 2012 signing class as No. 5 in the nation Wednesday, but it could’ve been even better had top prospect Josh Harvey-Clemons of Lowndes followed up on his verbal commitment to the Bulldogs by making it official and faxing his paperwork in, which — as of late Wednesday — he still had not. (ADDS: complete UGA signing list at end of story)
With workouts taking place this week at Turner Field and 2012 spring training just two weeks away, it didn’t take long before those Braves returning were asked about how they’re going to get past what happened at the end of last season.
Paul Johnson hasn’t spoken to the media in almost a month since Georgia Tech’s crushing Sun Bowl loss to Utah in overtime, but Friday he talked about the season that was and what the future holds for the Yellow Jackets.
Georgia Tech is embarrassed by Virginia, 70-38, Thursday night as the Yellowjackets have their lowest scoring game since 1982.
When All-Star center Al Horford went down with a serious shoulder injury recently, many thought the Hawks were doomed, but they’ve suddenly surged to first place in the East and actually look better than ever.
It was the No. 2 Crimson Tide — not the unbeaten No. 1 Tigers — who roared loudest Monday night as Alabama posts the first-ever shutout in a BCS game, blanking LSU, 21-0, for its second national championship in three years.
It may not have been the most popular pick by the BCS committee, but like it or not, the rematch between heavyweights No. 1 LSU and No. 2 Alabama will happen tonight in the national title game in New Orleans as a new champion of college football will be crowned.
No one does football better than the SEC, and that’s evident by the fact that the winner of Monday’s BCS National Championship game will mark six winners in a row for the all-mighty conference.
Ryan connects with White, Jones in win over Jags
Matt Ryan throws three touchdown passes and the Falcons rip Jacksonville, 41-14 to improve to 9-5 and strengthen their hold on the wild card spot.
Fourth straight winning season, playoff hopes at stake when Falcons host Jags in Thursday night game
It’s been just four days since the Falcons walked off the field in Charlotte, N.C., following their season-saving win against the Panthers, and now Atlanta must turn around and play in tonight’s Thursday Night Football game on the NFL Network against the Jacksonville Jaguars, hoping to win again to keep its playoff hopes alive — while securing another winning season.
Even with the addition of last year's sack king Ray Edwards, the Atlanta Falcons' pass rush continues to fall well short of expectations this season heading into Thursday's showdown with the Jags.
Alabama’s Trent Richardson and LSU’s Tyrann Mathieu earn top honors on the 2011 All-SEC Team that’s announced Monday. (ADDS: breakout of full All-SEC First-Team, Second-Team and Honorable Mentions)
Unbeaten No. 1 LSU overcomes a sluggish start Saturday to lock up its spot in the BCS National Championship game with a convincing 42-10 win against No. 12 Georgia, which sees its 10-game win streak snapped.
No. 12 Georgia and No. 1 LSU square off today in the SEC Championship game in Atlanta full-speed ahead, as the two teams — on very different paths — meet up with the Tigers having a berth in the BCS title game on the line, while Georgia needs a win to secure a spot in one of the major end-of-the-season bowl games.
LSU and its fans will go on and on about how good the Tigers' defense is, but Georgia fans have a message for the Bayou Bengals heading into this weekend's SEC Championship game in Atlanta: The Bulldogs' defense is just as good -- or better -- as any they've faced all season.
No. 13 Georgia is looking to close out its regular season and head to the SEC title game with its 10th straight win today, but standing in the Bulldogs' way is bitter rival No. 25 Georgia Tech, which is searching for its biggest win of the season before heading to a bowl game.
Bulldogs QB Aaron Murray and Yellow Jackets signal caller Tevin Washington have both been brilliant at times this season for their teams heading into Saturday’s annual in-state rivalry showdown in Atlanta.
Larry Munson, Georgia's play-by-play announcer for nearly 43 years, will forever be adored in the hearts and minds of Bulldog fans.