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Metro schools dominate semis
Georgia State buys land for football facility
The Panthers' new football-only complex a few blocks from the university, will include a 100-yard turf field, a 50-yard grass field, and a building for offices, training rooms, locker rooms, weight room, etc.
Black colleges:
Is Tuskegee a solid No. 1?
Johnson shines at CAU
Basketball
Is Derrick Favors on brink of college decision?
Arizona's Olson retired after suffering stroke

Gators QB Tebow says loss to Dogs still hurts
Tim Tebow, who last month nearly broke into tears while trying to explain the Gators' loss to Ole Miss, isn't so sure that defeat was harder to take than last year's 42-30 loss to Georgia.
Moreno not worried | Ellerbe returns in time to play Gators
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•Next game: vs. Gators at Jacksonville, 3:30 p.m., Saturday, CBS, 750 AM.
More UGA/SEC news

Tech's Darryl Richard also leads off the field
Here is this week's schedule for Georgia Tech's defensive tackle Darryl Richard: Wednesday, lead town hall meeting for student-athletes; Thursday, help pick Georgia Tech's next president; Saturday, get into Florida State's backfield.
Third downs will be crucial
•Next game: vs. Florida State, 3:30 p.m., Saturday, ABC, 790 AM.
More Tech/ACC news

State Volleyball Championships
Metro Atlanta invitational: Cobb, Fulton, Fayette and DeKalb counties make it tough on the rest of the state to get in the picture for a state volleyball championship. Only three of the 16 teams remaining in the state title chase hail from outside of those counties, and none would be pegged as a favorite heading into the semifinals.
•Semifinals: Thursday-Saturday, at Kell and Marist; Finals: at Marietta.

Falcons' Baker to seek second opinion on hurt hip
The rookie left tackle suffered a hip injury last Wednesday and will miss the next few practices and will not make the trip to Oakland. He's set to visit two hip specialists.
It's back to school for kicker Elam
Next game: at Oakland, 4 p.m., Sunday, Fox, 92.9 FM.
More Falcons/NFL news

Thrashers blanked by Flyers
Mike Knuble can't explain why Philadelphia has dominated the Atlanta Thrashers since he signed with the Flyers as a free agent four years ago. Knuble, Simon Gagne and Joffrey Lupul each scored two goals as Philadelphia earned its 11th straight win over the Thrashers, 7-0.
Thrashers rookie Bogosian hurt
•Next game: at Rangers, 7 p.m., Thursday, SPSO; 680 AM.
More Thrashers/NHL news

Mike Bibby the key to Hawks season
How long the veteran point guard remains at the controls of this team is the $15 million - his salary in this final year of his contract - question. Speculation that the Hawks are just holding on to him until the February trade deadline is just that. Poll.
Get to know the Hawks | 5 questions about the season
New details on OD at home of Isiah Thomas
•Season opener: at Orlando, Wednesday, 7 p.m.; Home opener: vs. Philadelphia, Saturday.
More Hawks, NBA / Dream, WNBA news

Remember the World Series?
Sooner or later, someone will win this World Series, but right now, bad weather is turning the Fall Classic into a Rainfall Classic. Maybe the Phillies and Rays can finish Game 5 tonight. But snow showers are in the forecast.
More Braves/MLB news

Mark Bradley: Loss of Childress dampens Hawks' buzz.
Terence Moore: All's hush-hush on UGA-Florida front.
Jeff Schultz: Baseball's postseason going down in flames.

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