When Jay Bray was a linebacker on his high school football team in a small town in Georgia, he said he drove a shoulder into any opponent in his path.
Bruce Pearl was hired as men’s basketball coach at Auburn University, three years after he was fired by the University of Tennessee for lying to National Collegiate Athletic Association investigators looking into recruiting violations at the school.
Georgia homebuilder Blankenship Homes lost its source of loans for new construction after four local community banks failed since 2009.
Jameis Winston, who in December won the Heisman Trophy as college football’s best player, went 0- for-2 against the New York Yankees in a baseball exhibition.
U.S. Senate and House negotiators face a Dec. 13 deadline to reach a compromise on a proposed budget.
At the sight of his leash, Baxter explodes out of his crate.
Luke Steyn wasn’t born the last time it snowed in Zimbabwe. Still, that hasn’t stopped the 20-year- old skier from becoming the African nation’s first winter Olympian.
Olympic medalists Dan O’Brien and Dave Johnson will try to answer a 22-year-old question at this year’s Wall Street Decathlon: Who’s the better athlete, Dan or Dave?
U.S. employers probably added close to 200,000 jobs for a second month, capping the strongest year of payroll growth since 2005, data this week may show.
Some would have you believe that FSU's win over Auburn in the BCS title game signals a power shift in college football away from the SEC. Don't believe it.
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