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Georgia appears to be frontrunner after nation's No. 1 tight end reopens his recruitment

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Isaac Nauta, who is the No. 1 ranked tight end in the country, de-committed from Florida State on Tuesday. The decision came two weeks after the former FSU commit worked out at Georgia’s Dawg Night camp for top college prospects. 198 more words


Georgia leads recruiting battle for four-star safety, but family ties could make Duke tough to pass

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Straight out of Lawrenceville, Ga., Dylan Singleton told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution that Georgia leads the race to earn his commitment over Duke and Ohio State. 156 more words


High-profile recruit says he's still interested in Georgia, despite dad's criticism

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Receiver Kyle Davis out of Lawrenceville, Ga., would be a huge five-star commit for the Bulldogs, but recently his name was in the news because of comments his father had made to… 171 more words


Former Bulldog Greg Blue on targeting rule: 'I probably would've been banned from football'

On July 18, the annual UGA Countdown to Kickoff extravaganza was held at Samford Stadium. The charitable event was an opportunity for Bulldogs fans to get acquainted with former and current players. 96 more words


David O'Brien With A Preview Of The Orioles Vs Braves Series

David O’Brien is the Atlanta Braves beat reporter for the Atlanta Journal Constitution.

David joined Ken and Steve to talk about the series between the O’s and Braves starting tonight at Camden Yards. 159 more words


Spelman College discontinues professorship funded by Cosbys

By Kimberly Hutcherson


ATLANTA (CNN) — Spelman College, a historically black women’s school in Atlanta, has officially terminated a professorship endowed by actor Bill Cosby and his wife Camille. 461 more words


Chasing Vick

The black community has been criticized for its emphasis on youth participation in sports. On the one hand, such participation can be seen as a way to keep kids preoccupied and learning life skills instead of getting into trouble, and on the other it may be pushed to the point that academics are no longer seen as a necessary vehicle to success. 1,291 more words