1. Matt Ryan: Questions for the Atlanta Falcons Quarterback

    How does it feel to truly be the face of an NFL franchise after only one year in the league? After the way you handled yourself on the field, being able to win the 2008 AP Offensive Rookie of ...

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  2. How the Atlanta Falcons' 2009 Playbook Will Differ From 2008

    The offense for the Atlanta Falcons was pretty simple in 2008. Management and coach Mike Smith felt they needed to bring then rookie QB Matt Ryan along slowly. In order to do so, they signed RB Michael Turner in the offseason...

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  3. The Atlanta Falcons and the NFC South in 2009

    After a surprising 11-5 record in 2008 and a second place finish to the Carolina Panthers in the NFC South, the Atlanta Falcons are primed for a run in 2009...

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  4. High Expectations For The Atlanta Falcons In 2009

    In 2008, the Atlanta Falcons were coming off a horrible 4-12 2007 season. It was a season that was filled with everything from their star quarterback going to prison to their coach leaving before the season was over...

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  5. Cal Ripken Jr: Rebuilding Baseball As an Owner

    In 1988, the Pittsburgh Pirates started a single-A minor-league ballclub in Augusta, GA. After 25 years, Augusta had finally given the fans what they wanted, a team to call their own...

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  6. Georgia's Heart and Soul Will Always Be Remembered

    Brannan Southerland, Georgia's fullback the last four years, sat through two days wondering if his name would be called in the 2009 NFL draft. Unfortunately his name was not called...

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  7. The Top 10 Georgia Bulldogs to Make It in the NFL

    The University of Georgia has had a storied history that dates back into the 1800's. During that time they have had players that will go down as some of the greatest to ever play the college game...

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  8. Georgia Grabs Third Defensive Commitment for 2010

    The Dawgs received their third commitment from a defensive player and fourth overall for the 2010 recruiting class on Saturday. The commitment came from B.J. Butler, a 6'3" 240-pound outside linebacker out of Kissimmee, FL...

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  9. Georgia's Defense Looks To Improve In '09

    The Dawg's front seven, with their experience and depth, look to lead the defense in 2009, after a disappointing season where they allowed 122.3 rushing yards, 312 total yards, and 24...

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  10. Georgia-Arkansas: No. 1 Bulldogs Fail to Sweep No. 5 Razorbacks

    No. 1 Georgia was looking to sweep No.5 Arkansas today, but Razorbacks' Pitcher Brett Eibner had different plans. Eibner and Georgia pitcher Justin Grimm dueled for seven innings, but Eibner was able to come out on top...

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  11. Atlanta Braves' Ultimate 40-Man Roster

    The Braves organization has called several places home since 1870 including Boston, Milwaukee, and Atlanta. They have had numerous nicknames such as the Red Stockings, the Red Caps, the Beaneaters, the Doves, the Rustlers, the Bees, and the Braves...

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  12. Dawgs' First Baseman: Player of the Year?

    The University of Georgia is off to a great start at 29-6 and is ranked No. 1 in the country. One of the main reasons for their success is Rich Poythress. Poythress is the Dawgs Gold Glove first baseman who is being compared to the likes of Frank Thomas..

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  13. Georgia Football's Top 10 Individual Game Performances Since 1980

    The University of Georgia has a rich tradition on the football field with coaches and players. Some games, players tend to take over a game with their individual performances and lead the Dawgs to victory...

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  14. The Top 10 Quarterbacks in Georgia History

    The University of Georgia football team has always been considered a team that runs the football. Rarely has there been a time when the Dawgs would send a quarterback on the field to sling the football around like Texas Tech or Hawaii...

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  15. The Top 10 Tailbacks in Georgia History

    Being a tailback at the University of Georgia is one of the greatest honors a young football player can achieve. If you play tailback, the place you want to play is Georgia, a.k.a. Tailback U...

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  16. Georgia's Experienced Offensive Line Will Pave The Way In '09

    One criticism that has surrounded the Georgia Bulldogs over the last couple of years has been the inexperience of the offensive line. The inexperience has been due to the injuries the line has dealt with over the last year or two...

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  17. Chipper Jones: Greatest Pure Hitter To Play the Game?

    Chipper Jones is one of the most cherished players ever to don the Braves uniform, but is he the greatest pure hitter ever to play the game? If you take a look at his career stats and ...

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  18. Georgia Basketball: Bright Future for Young Bulldog Squad?

    University of Georgia men’s basketball will be headed in a new direction in the 2009-10 season. Let’s face it, the only way they can go is up...

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  19. Is Joe Cox Ready To Lead the Georgia Bulldogs in '09?

    Senior Joe Cox enters this spring No. 1 on the depth chart in front of three other capable quarterbacks on the Georgia Bulldog roster...

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