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Top scorer Bryan Little settling in
UGA uses bye week for Tech option offense prep
Redshirt freshman safety Bacarri Rambo is playing the role of Tech QB Josh Nesbitt as the Bulldogs' scout team simulates the Tech offense in practice. Rambo was an option quarterback for four years at Seminole County High School.
•Next game: vs. Georgia Tech, noon, Oct. 29, CBS, 750 AM.
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Tech fans may not embrace 'whiteout'
Plenty of Yellow Jacket fans say they will resist the "Whiteout" for Tech's game against Miami tonight at Bobby Dodd Stadium. Tony Yetman of Kennesaw says most Tech fans he knows think wearing white is "just a silly thing to do." Poll.
ACC Breakdown: Georgia Tech vs. Miami
•Next game: vs. Miami, 7:30 p.m., tonight, ESPN, 790 AM.
More Tech/ACC news

Atlanta gets 2013 men's Final Four
Eight months after a twister blasted out skyscraper windows and shook the rafters of the Georgia Dome during an SEC basketball tournament game, the NCAA announced Wednesday that Atlanta is its choice to host the Men's Final Four basketball championship in 2013.

Hawks end 4-game losing streak
The Hawks get another Marvin Williams 3-pointer in the final seconds. Only this time, unlike in Boston when Paul Pierce spoiled things with a jumper at the buzzer, the Hawks made the lead stand up and beat the Wizards, 91-87.
Josh Smith improving, but won't return this week
•Next game: vs. Bobcats, 7:30 p.m., Friday, FSSO, 790 AM.
More Hawks, NBA news

Atlanta soccer team cancels season
The Atlanta Silverbacks, the men's professional soccer team that has been in existence for over a decade, cited the state of the economy and the potential of an MLS team coming to the area as the reason not to play and "assess the landscape."

Falcons' run-first strategy no secret
Every NFL team is going to put eight - and sometimes nine - players at the line of scrimmage to stop Atlanta's running backs. So how do they counter the opposition's strategy, especially in this week's rematch with Carolina? Poll.
Roddy White battles back injury
Ex-NFL player with 9 kids wants break in child support
Cowboys say Pacman Jones reinstated
•Next game: vs. Panthers, 4 p.m., Sunday, Fox, 92.9 FM.
More Falcons/NFL news

Thrashers scoring leader Little finally settles in
Until two weeks ago, Bryan Little was living in a hotel. It took that long for the Thrashers to tell him the equivalent of "Take off your coat and stay awhile."
•Next game: vs. Penguins, 7:30 p.m., tonight, SPSO, 680 AM.
More Thrashers/NHL news

Braves young pitchers impressive
Right-handers Kris Medlen and Stephen Marek are contributing plenty to a team tied for first place in the Arizona Fall League.
Girl is the bravest among Braves | More Braves/MLB news

Mark Bradley: President-elect, UGA president agree on playoff.
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