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Upcoming Event: Numbers 11th Birthday With Paul Johnson @ Sub Club, Glasgow 18.07.2014

It seems like only yesterday they were celebrating their 10th…Numbers head back to Glasgow’s oldest hole-in-the-ground tomorrow for their 11th birthday celebration featuring none other than the straight up legend, Dance Mania luminary and producer of the immortal… 89 more words

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5 Reasons Georgia Tech Will Be Better Than You Think

The official preseason ACC rankings come out later this week when media flocks to Greensboro (N.C.) for the annual ACC Kickoff, and two things are certain. 1,145 more words

Time For A Montana Exit

I think I brought bad luck to Atlanta when I arrived here from North Carolina in July of 2007.

Soon after I got here, Atlanta suffered its worst drought in a century, there was the… 515 more words

Georgia Tech

Point/Counterpoint: Should Paul Johnson’s Job Be At Stake In 2014?

In Sporting ATL’s first point/counterpoint post, we analyze Paul Johnson’s career on The Flats while introducing a new contributor to the site. NotFrench is another proud Georgia Tech alumnus who will bravely and misguidedly defend CPJ’s honor. 2,104 more words

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Johnson knows Georgia Southern will be excited to play Yellow Jackets

SAVANNAH, Ga.  (WJCL)  For the first time in history, Georgia Southern and Georgia Tech will square off on the football field.

On September 13, the Eagles will travel to Atlanta to face the Yellow Jackets. 243 more words

Sports

Paul Johnson is on the "No Signing Day" bandwagon

Nebraska head coach Bo Pelini recently suggested scrapping Natioanl Signing Day while discussing recruiting reform. It seems his idea is really catching steam around the country. 332 more words

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BRIEF LIVES: Paul Johnson

Johnson is completely bonkers, but his enthusiasm is contagious and he does write entertaining books.     His Modern Times was a gloriously cavalier  approach to the history of the 20th century, utterly dismissive of anyone unable to share in the nirvana of his own apostasy from the left. 172 more words