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For the first time in her illustrious career, and just the 16th time in program history, Clayton State senior midfielder Manoly Baquerizo (Guayaquil, Ecuador) has been named a Division II Conference Commissioner's Association (D2CCA) All-Southeast Region selection as she earned Second-Team honors.

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In routing the NFC South-leading New Orleans Saints and then the Carolina Panthers on the road the past two weeks, the Atlanta Falcons earned every bit of praise they garnered for 26-9 and 29-3 wins in which their defense didn't allowed a touchdown.

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Memphis star freshman center James Wiseman, declared ineligible earlier this month, will be able to return to the basketball court in January after serving a 12-game suspension, the NCAA announced Wednesday.

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McDONOUGH - The Cheerleading State Championships concluded Saturday evening but the season officially wrapped up Wednesday when the All-Region 4-AAAAA cheerleading team was revealed.

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Georgia coach Kirby Smart was asked in his postgame press conference after beating Auburn last week what it meant to win the Southeastern Conference East for the third straight year.

No. 12 Wisconsin plays host to Purdue in its regular-season home finale on Saturday at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison, Wis. A victory puts the Badgers on a collision course with Minnesota a week later.

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Memphis needs to win to ensure a share of first place in the American Athletic Conference West Division, and South Florida must win its final two games to gain bowl eligibility.

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While the Penn State-Ohio State matchup on Saturday doesn't quite have the glamour it did before Minnesota handed the Nittany Lions their first loss on Nov. 9, the showdown in Columbus is still a marquee event.

Curtis Ryans didn’t get a lot of attention coming out of high school because his grades weren’t great. But coach Paul Johnson saw something in the young man from North Cobb and offered him a chance. Now Ryans is rewarding that trust.

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The top seven spots in the College Football Playoffs rankings remained unchanged Tuesday night, with the selection committee taking a wait-and-see approach with No. 5 Alabama, which will be without quarterback Tua Tagovailoa for the rest of the season.

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