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Marietta (Ga.) Wheeler’s Brown holds court

There are many good basketball players. Some are really good basketball players. And a few are really, really good basketball players.

Then, there is Jaylen Brown. 655 more words

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Georgia Tech gets tough with Vanderbilt


Georgia Tech forward Robert Sampson (13) dunks over Vanderbilt’s James Siakam (35) on Saturday, Dec. 20, 2014, in Atlanta. Georgia Tech won 65-60.


ATLANTA – Georgia Tech forward Charles Mitchell didn’t feel the least bit intimidated by… 557 more words

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Mullen wants new DC to embody Mississippi State

STARKVILLE – In searching for a new defensive coordinator, Dan Mullen wants someone who knows more than Xs and Os.

Many coaches can call plays. Mullen wants someone who embodies Mississippi State football. 471 more words

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Pace's Weimerskirch ready for Georgia Tech


Quaide Weimerskirch of Pace High signs to play football for Georgia Tech during a ceremony Friday afternoon in the gym of Pace High. Watching him, left side of photo, is his mother, Carrie Weimerskirch and, standing l-r) running back coach Bill Jernigan and Pace High Principal Stephen Shell. 544 more words

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Vanderbilt, Trevecca, Belmont coaches near milestones

A few random thoughts going into the weekend while also pondering which veteran quarterback will next be linked to the Titans …

These numbers — 300, 500, 700 — have special meaning for a trio of men’s college basketball coaches in the Midstate. 711 more words

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Vandy's James Siakam gains role after losing father

More than a month after his father’s funeral, Vanderbilt’s James Siakam is still playing off raw emotion.

The senior forward said his unquenchable energy is boosted by the memory of his dad, who died following a car wreck in Cameroon in West Africa in late October and was laid to rest in mid-November, per cultural custom. 586 more words

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Notes: Brownsburg's Walton on Mr. Basketball aspirations, recruitment

Brownsburg has never produced an IndyStar Mr. Basketball. In fact, no Mr. Basketball has come from a Hendricks County school. Through five games, Brownsburg senior K.J. 330 more words

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