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  • Dr. Phillips WR Jaquarius Bargnare earns first offer from Georgia Tech

    Dr. Phillips WR Jaquarius Bargnare earns first offer from Georgia Tech
    Jaquarius Bargnare could hardly contain his enthusiasm Tuesday after receiving his first college football scholarship offer from Georgia Tech. The Dr. Phillips junior slot receiver had been waiting for this day and said his phone call with Yellow...
  • Freshman Bonzie Colson gives Notre Dame a lift with Zach Auguste out

    Freshman Bonzie Colson gives Notre Dame a lift with Zach Auguste out
    ATLANTA — His nose bloodied, lip cut and contacts askew, freshman Bonzie Colson made his way to Notre Dame's bench. The fresh recipient of an elbow from Georgia Tech's Charles Mitchell, Colson was a little out of sorts. Athletic trainer Skip Meyer...
  • Notre Dame survives against Georgia Tech without Zach Auguste

    ATLANTA — Notre Dame pulled off what it characterized as a big 62-59 road victory Wednesday night over a Georgia Tech team that is now 0-4 in conference play. It was big because of whom the Irish won without. With forward Zach Auguste in South...
  • On The Fly: Referee Talks Himself Out Of A Job

    On The Fly: Referee Talks Himself Out Of A Job
    Karl Hess, the longtime college basketball official, apparently has a history of ticking off the ACC, which terminated his contract five days after the final straw. Working the Georgia Tech-Louisville game, this is what Hess apparently said to former...
  • Georgia Tech, Clemson get behind UCF-led manufacturing project

    Georgia Tech, Clemson get behind UCF-led manufacturing project
    Five key research universities have signed up to support a project spearheaded by University of Central Florida aimed at getting a $110 million federal photonics contract that would be centered in Osceola County. The consortium of universities...
  • Mr. Basketball of Illinois 1995 | Farragut's Kevin Garnett

    Mr. Basketball of Illinois 1995 | Farragut's Kevin Garnett
    The show was over, or so they thought. Kevin Garnett and Ronnie Fields had just finished putting on a slam-dunk spectacular worthy of highlight-film stature in leading Farragut to a decisive victory over Downstate power Rock Island at DePaul. A sellout...
  • Georgia Tech receiver soon to become part of Meyer family

    Georgia Tech receiver soon to become part of Meyer family
    There were not many members of the media waiting to talk to Georgia Tech backup wide receiver Corey Dennis at the Orange Bowl Media Day on Monday. After all, he was not the target of too many passes in the Yellow Jackets' triple-option offense. In fact,...
  • Virginia Tech's J.C. Coleman hopes hot November extends to Military Bowl

     Virginia Tech's J.C. Coleman hopes hot November extends to Military Bowl
    BLACKSBURG – Touring up and down Virginia Tech's tailback depth chart has made J.C. Coleman one weary dude this season, but he's finally reaping some rewards for his patience. He's experienced the kind of depth chart yo-yo'ing and uncertainty that...
  • Jameis Winston's conduct hearing concludes, decision expected in 2-3 weeks

    Jameis Winston's conduct hearing concludes, decision expected in 2-3 weeks
    TALLAHASSEE — Jameis Winston's highly publicized code of conduct hearing concluded after two days, with the star quarterback giving his most extensive defense to date following sexual-assault allegations. At various times, the hearing was called a...
  • For trio of top football recruits, junior year filled with opportunities, potential pitfalls

    For trio of top football recruits, junior year filled with opportunities, potential pitfalls
    The Baltimore Sun will follow Franklin's Steven Smothers, Gilman's Ellison Jordan and McDonogh's Eric Burrell on the recruiting trail as they try to decide over the next year which college will be the best fit. This is part one in an occasional series....
  • Western High School's RoboDoves crushes the competition, stereotypes

    Western High School's RoboDoves crushes the competition, stereotypes
    Indya Dodson is living a life far different from what she imagined. Growing up, Dodson had designs to become an actress. But now the 18-year-old sophomore at Capitol Technology University in Laurel is studying software engineering and Web development....