Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Sports: Can Falcons avenge Panthers loss?

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SEC honors for Bulldogs' Green
Will Jackets QB Nesbitt play vs. Miami?
Georgia Tech gets good news on two of the three injuries. Quarterback Josh Nesbitt (ankle), defensive tackle Vance Walker (ankle) and cornerback Jahi Word-Daniels (hamstring) practiced with their injuries in advance Thursday's game. Walker and Word-Daniels were encouraged. Nesbitt was noncommittal. Poll.
Seniors looking to define legacy | Noon TV kickoff for Tech-UGA game
•Next game: vs. Miami, 7:30 p.m., Thursday, ESPN, 790 AM.
More Tech/ACC news

BCS headed for ESPN?
Fox Sports says it has decided not to match ESPN's offer to air the Bowl Championship Series from 2011-14, leaving the door open for the cable network to acquire the rights.

Loyola-Chicago crushes UGA by 21 points
Instead of facing No. 11 Purdue today for a chance to reach the semifinals at Madison Square Garden, Georgia (1-1) will have to settle for a matchup with Eastern Michigan in a consolation game.

Richt raves about A.J. Green
So, which one of freshman A.J. Green's fourth-quarter, game-winning touchdown catches the past two weeks impressed you more? His leaping catch of an 11-yard pass in the right corner of the end zone vs. Kentucky on Nov. 8? Or his leaping 17-yard catch pass in the middle of the end zone at Auburn Saturday?
Can you out-pick Tony Barnhart?
•Next game: vs. Georgia Tech, Noon., Oct. 29, CBS, 750 AM.
More UGA/SEC news

Murray subbing in nicely with Hawks
Flip Murray's been on a tour of the NBA since his stunning start in Seattle, playing on his sixth team in seven pro seasons. And he insists that he's finally found a role in Atlanta and that suits him perfectly.
Cuban charged with insider trading
•Next game: at Pacers, 7 p.m., Tonight, FSSO / 790 AM.
More Hawks, NBA / Dream, WNBA news

How Falcons can avenge loss to Panthers
Trailing Carolina by two games in the NFC South, the Falcons face an important divisional matchup on Sunday. A loss would leave the Falcons three games behind Carolina with five to play. Here are five questions the Falcons must answer to avenge their loss to the Panthers and remain firmly in the playoff race. Poll.
NFL to hear Grady Jackson's appeal | Browns beat Bills on 'MNF'
Blown NFL call costs gamblers big bucks
•Next game: vs. Panthers, 4 p.m., Sunday, Fox, 92.9 FM.
More Falcons/NFL news

McCready not proud of ties to Clemens
Country singer Mindy McCready claims in a TV interview that she broke off her relationship with Roger Clemens when the former baseball star wouldn't marry her.
Gwinnett Braves holding mascot tryouts
Pujols wins NL MVP award | More Braves/MLB news

Italian soccer players drop shorts for goals
Catania, a team in the country's top division, unveiled the new look while taking a free kick. The players lined up in a wall and dropped their shorts in an effort to block the Torino goalkeeper's vision. Catania won, 3-2.

Jeff Schultz: Think you know these Hawks? You don't.
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