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Ga. Tech’s Uzzi Named Preseason All-America By Sports Illustrated

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Tweet THE FLATS – The preseason honors continue to roll in for Georgia Tech senior guard Omoregie Uzzi, who Thursday was named by Sports Illustrated as a preseason second team All-America.

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Football Continues Practice in Full Pads

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Tweet Tide holds two hour session on Thursday afternoon TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – The football team continued its training camp in full pads as the Crimson Tide practiced for two hours Thursday afternoon at the Thomas-Drew Practice Fields.

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Tiger Fans Encouraged to Pledge Their Allegiance to the Auburn

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Tweet AUBURN – The Auburn Athletics Department is participating in the inaugural Pledge Your Allegiance for College Colors Day spirit competition and is asking for fan support to help win the prestigious College Colors Day Spirit Cup and $10,000 toward the general scholarship fund.

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David Staples Qualifies For Public Service Commission District 5 Seat

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Libertarian David Staples qualifies for the Public Service Commission District 5 race.  While the PSC has districts, it is actually a state wide race. Candidates must live in their districts, but all Georgians decide the winner

Tweet Powder Springs, GA – Last week Cobb County businessman and seventh generation Georgian David Staples officially qualified with the Secretary of State’s office to run for the district 5 seat of the Public Service Commission in Georgia.

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Aug. 9 Fall Camp Observations

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Tweet TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Now Jimbo Fisher is just spoiling the local media. For the second time in three days, Florida State’s football coach elected to hold an open practice, with reporters permitted to stand on the sidelines, shoot video and take photos, and watch the proceedings of another day of fall Unlike Tuesday, however, [...]

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