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UGA QB recalls 1st Athens game
Tech's Demaryius Thomas the X-factor
The 6-foot-3 sophomore and top Yellow Jackets receiver doesn't mind his unpredictable role in the option-based offense, even if he'd love to catch more balls.
Tech-UGA rivalry photos
•Next game: vs. Georgia, noon, Saturday, CBS, 790 AM.
More Tech/ACC news

Dogs' QB reminisces about first game at Sanford
Before what could be his last start at Sanford Stadium, junior quarterback Matthew Stafford recalls his first moments at Georgia.
Dooley statue to be debut Saturday | Tech-UGA rivalry photos
Georgia football player arrested
•Next game: vs. Georgia Tech, noon, Saturday, CBS, 750 AM.
More UGA/SEC news

No. 2 Longhorns crush Texas A&M
Colt McCoy passes for two touchdowns, runs for two more, and No. 4 Texas snaps a two-game losing streak to rival Texas A&M with a 49-9 victory. Will the win boost McCoy's Heisman chances and his team's position in the BCS?
•Black colleges: Tuskegee's streak snapped | Classics, Playoffs
Who will survive next H.S. playoff round?
The AJC's Todd Holcomb looks at the odds of each high school playoff team, including Woodstock, which is still a longshot - 333-1 to be exact.
More high school news, photos

Josh Smith back on the court by Wednesday?
The Hawks' forward could barely catch his breath after his first full workout in nearly three weeks on Thanksgiving morning, following an ankle injury. And while he won't suit up for games on Friday or Saturday, he could be back in the lineup by next week.
Knicks to part ways with ex-Jacket Marbury?
•Next game: at Raptors, 7 p.m., Tonight, FSSO, 790 AM.
More Hawks, NBA news

Toronto eatery keeps Anderson's mystic alive
A Toronto tour wouldn't be complete without a trip up Yonge Street to John Anderson's Restaurant, the dining establishment named after the Thrashers' coach and former Maple Leafs player.
•Next game: vs. Predators, 7;30 p.m., Tonight, SPSO, 680 AM.
More Thrashers/NHL news

Falcons benefit from veteran leadership
The Atlanta NFL team is so young that the veterans have to lead the way. In nearly all of the position group meeting rooms, there's at least one member of "The Over 30 Club" to help provide guidance and tutelage.
Turner picking up yards, first downs
Falcons send season ticket renewals early
McNabb, Eagles bash Cards | Lions still toothless | Cowboys win
•Next game: at Chargers, 4 p.m., Sunday, Fox, 92.9 FM.
More Falcons/NFL news

Jeff Schultz: Dogs gonna get stung by Jackets.
Furman Bisher: Tech-Georgia rivalry steeped in history.
Terence Moore: No need to humiliate Mike Vick.

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