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  • Georgia AD Damon Evans and his embarrassing arrest

     
    Georgia athletic director Damon Evans was arrested for DUI....
  • OT but interesting: The Case of the Red Panties

     
    Happy Fourth of July to everyone out there in Owl Country. I am up here in Georgia, witnessing the Marlins meltdown at Turner Field. Braves go for the sweep later today. As a diversion, all I have to do......
  • Damon Evans resigns as Georgia AD, to get 3 months salary

     
    Damon Evans resigned as Georgia athletic director and will receive three months salary as part of his settlement....
  • Damon Evans reportedly out as Georgia athletic director

     
    Damon Evans is reportedly out as Georgia athletic director in the wake of his DUI arrest and stunning details from the incident report, which described red panties in his lap and his attempt to bribe an officer. Former Orlando sports anchor Zach Klein,...
  • Georgia Bulldogs duo didn’t learn from Damon Evans’ situation; arrested on alcohol charges

     
    Georgia Bulldogs duo didn’t learn from Damon Evans’ situation; arrested on alcohol charges A really tough couple of weeks for the Georgia program just got a bit tougher after the arrest of two Bulldogs players on alcohol charges early Saturday mo...
  • Georgia to reprint media guide to edit out ousted AD Damon Evans

     
    Georgia to reprint media guide to edit out ousted AD Damon Evans The Atlanta Journal Constitution is reporting that the University of Georgia will reprint 14,000 football media guides to remove references to former athletics director Damon Evans....
  • Scientists see this flu strain as relatively mild

    As the World Health Organization raised its infectious disease alert level Wednesday and health officials confirmed the first death linked to swine flu inside U.S. borders, scientists studying the virus are coming to the consensus that this hybrid...
  • Huskies Lawrie a Finalist for Honda-Broderick Award

    Huskies Lawrie a Finalist for Honda-Broderick Award
    The Collegiate Women's Sports Awards today announced the five finalists for the prestigious Honda-Broderick Cup, its annual top honor designating the Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year. This year's finalists are, in alphabetical order: Jennifer...
  • Vigil Held For Journalists Jailed in North Korea

    Vigil Held For Journalists Jailed in North Korea
    The sister of an American journalist sentenced with a co-worker to 12 years in a North Korean labor camp said Thursday that they're seeking a pardon as their only hope for freedom. Lisa Ling told The Associated Press that her sister, Laura, made the plea...
  • Report: Kim Jong Il Has Pancreatic Cancer

    Report: Kim Jong Il Has Pancreatic Cancer
    SEOUL, South Korea -- North Korean leader Kim Jong Il has life-threatening pancreatic cancer, a news report said Monday, days after fresh images of him looking gaunt spurred speculation that his health was worsening following a reported stroke last year....
  • Hundreds of Peanut Butter Products Recalled

    More than 125 products have been recalled in a salmonella-and-peanuts investigation that keeps getting bigger, federal health officials said Wednesday. The list ranges from goodies like cookies and ice cream to energy bars. Even food for pooches may...
  • Knight could return to coaching in right situation

    ATLANTA (AP) - Bob Knight says he would consider returning to the sideline if the right coaching opportunity presents itself. The former Indiana coach tells ESPN Radio it has to be a situation he thinks is right for him and one where he would be right...