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Jovan Miles – Principal of Thomasville Heights Elementary

Jovan Miles – Principal of Thomasville Heights Elementary

Jovan Miles joins Buck and Kincade to discuss “Purpose Built Schools – Atlanta,” a program that combines the best of traditional public schools with the best of charter schools, to offer a proven program designed to put all students on a trajectory for success through college and in their careers. Find out how it has…More

Analysis: Arizona’s Tate darkhorse contender for Heisman

Analysis: Arizona’s Tate darkhorse contender for Heisman

By JOE REEDY Last season, Khalil Tate was on the short list of preseason favorites for the Heisman Trophy. As Arizona prepares to open this season on Aug. 24 at Hawaii, the junior quarterback is a longshot. Tate rushed for 1,411 yards and 12 touchdowns in 2017, including two games of 230 yards or more.…More

Braves jump on Seth Lugo for 5 runs in 7th, beat Mets 6-4

Braves jump on Seth Lugo for 5 runs in 7th, beat Mets 6-4

BY CHARLES ODUM ATLANTA (AP) — The Atlanta Braves survived another near-meltdown by the back end of their bullpen in the ninth after the New York Mets‘ best reliever gave up five runs in the seventh. Tyler Flowers drove in a tiebreaking run with an infield hit, and Atlanta scored five runs off Seth Lugo…More

Yellow Jackets Preparing for Gameday Geoff Collins Style

Yellow Jackets Preparing for Gameday Geoff Collins Style

Geoff Collins press conference – August 12, 2019 By Jon Cooper From Day One, head coach Geoff Collins has paid great attention to detail. One detail to which Collins paid special attention last weekend was the lead-up to the gameday, itself. The Jackets practiced Friday, traveled to a hotel for Friday night, went to the…More

Penny Hardaway, Jerry Stackhouse bring NBA edge to Tennessee

Penny Hardaway, Jerry Stackhouse bring NBA edge to Tennessee

By TERESA M. WALKER NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Former NBA stars Penny Hardaway and Jerry Stackhouse have taken on new challenges with both trying to revive a pair of struggling college basketball programs about 200 miles apart along Interstate 40 in Tennessee. Hardaway played 14 seasons in the NBA and is embarking on his second…More

QBs not the only transfers expected to make impact

QBs not the only transfers expected to make impact

By STEVE MEGARGEE Most of the attention surrounding transfers this offseason justifiably has focused on the high-profile quarterbacks who have switched schools. Two former College Football Playoff starting quarterbacks are at new places. Jalen Hurts, the 2016 Southeastern Conference offensive player of the year, has moved from Alabama to Oklahoma. Kelly Bryant has left Clemson…More

MLS teams navigate new ‘no political display’ policy

MLS teams navigate new ‘no political display’ policy

By ANNE M. PETERSON PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Major League Soccer’s new policy that bans political displays at matches is stirring controversy in the Pacific Northwest, where supporters’ culture is often intertwined with politics and social issues. The Seattle Sounders and the Portland Timbers have banned signs and flags with the “Iron Front” symbol, which…More

Woods withdraws from Northern Trust, citing oblique strain

Woods withdraws from Northern Trust, citing oblique strain

By DOUG FERGUSON JERSEY CITY, N.J. (AP) — Masters champion Tiger Woods withdrew Friday from the opening FedEx Cup playoffs event with what he described as a mild oblique strain. It was the first time Woods has pulled out in the middle of a tournament since the Dubai Desert Classic in February 2017, two months…More

Veteran quarterbacks abound in SEC, led by Fromm, Tagovailoa

Veteran quarterbacks abound in SEC, led by Fromm, Tagovailoa

  By JOHN ZENOR MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — It is the year of the veteran quarterback in the Southeastern Conference. Tua Tagovailoa and Jake Fromm are the headliners, but the league is loaded with experienced passers with double-digit starts under their belts at their current school or elsewhere. The SEC has eight returning starters at…More

Danny Shoy – President of the East Lake Foundation

Danny Shoy – President of the East Lake Foundation

Danny Shoy, President of the East Lake Foundation, joins Buck and Kincade to talk about the mission of the East Lake Foundation, those it benefits, and its relationship with the PGA Tour! It’s classic stuff from a Classy Organization on “Buck and Kincade!” CLICK TO LISTEN! https://s3.amazonaws.com/tl-ampcms-prod/1453/sites/2/2019/08/08154646/Southern-Company-Business-of-Sports-0806192.mp3  More

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