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Tribute Saturday for Larry Munson
UGA's O-line vs. Tech's D-line is key matchup
This does not compute. Georgia Tech's defensive line has 167 games of combined experience. Georgia's offensive line has 88. But overall performance? Well, there's the rub. Poll.

Stafford, Moreno's swan song?
Bulldogs' tailback Knowshon Moreno and quarterback Matthew Stafford are draft-eligible underclassmen who are reportedly coveted by NFL scouts. Saturday's game vs. Georgia Tech could be their last as UGA players.
Munson to be lauded
•Next game: vs. Georgia Tech, noon, Saturday, CBS, 750 AM.
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Tech's Vance Walker expects to play UGA
The senior defensive tackle missed the Miami game with a sprained ankle, after starting 23 straight games.
•Next game: vs. Georgia, noon, Saturday, CBS, 790 AM.
More Tech/ACC news

Braves change focus to Jays pitcher A.J. Burnett
The agent for the hard-throwing Toronto free agents says the Braves are among six teams "fully engaged" in negotiations for Burnett, who had a career-best 18-10 record with a 4.07 ERA in 2008 and led the American League with 231 strikeouts in 221 1/3 innings.
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Michael Vick pleads guilty in Virginia
The imprisoned Falcons QB is a step closer to concluding his legal troubles. He pleads guilty to a state dogfighting charge and gets a three-year suspended prison term and a $2,500 fine. The move could enable him to leave federal prison early and hasten his return to the NFL.

Falcons sign Jenkins, Babineaux long term
With this season humming right along at 7-4, the Falcons are beginning to build toward the future. Tuesday they extended the contracts of receiver Michael Jenkins and defensive tackle Jonathan Babineaux.
Photos: 7 surprises of the Falcons season
Economy slows Super Bowl ad sales
•Next game: at Chargers, 4 p.m., Sunday, Fox, 92.9 FM.
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Thrashers snap 3-game skid against Toronto
John Anderson could hardly have ordered up a better display for his hometown debut as an NHL coach. His Thrashers played their most complete game of the season and scored one of their most lopsided victories, 6-3 over the Maple Leafs.
•Next game: at Capitols, 7 p.m., Tonight, SPSO, 680 AM.
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Hawks' guard Acie Law takes advantage of playing time
A career-high 20 points, season-high seven assists and career-high six rebounds, all in a season-high 23 minutes, have a way of stirring the adrenaline.
Is Joe Johnson already worn out?
•Next game: vs. Bucks, 7 p.m., Tonight, FSSO, 790 AM.
More Hawks, NBA news

More drama for East Lake's Tour Championship
The PGA Tour revamps its FedEx Cup race for the third straight year of its existence, this one geared at making sure that the winner of the $10 million prize is decided at Atlanta's East Lake Golf Club.
Daly wants focus on golf

Mexican soccer owner charged with Atlanta drug trafficking
Wenceslao Alvarez, the alleged owner of third-division Mexican football club Mapaches, was the leader of a group that trafficked cocaine and marijuana from Colombia to Atlanta, according to the federal Attorney General's office.

Terence Moore: Falcon offensive linemen are turkeys no more.

Mark Bradley: Bradley's Buzz: Tech, Georgia trade places.

Jeff Schultz: UGA could have had Paul Johnson, but ...
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