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Has anyone seen the size of #53 on the Mustang team? Who else has a 6'7" 295lb Left Tackle to protect the quarterback? Not enough coverage on this kid is all I can say. Look forward to watching him Friday night against Brunswick.

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Last updated 4 months, 2 weeks ago.
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A lasting memory of Coach Frank Kerns (Staff Blog)

I was barely 22 years old, still plodding away toward graduation and covering the Georgia Southern College men’s basketball team. At the time, they were under the guidance of the acerbic Frank Kerns, possessor of a deep voice that often ripped out profanities like a .50-caliber machine gun on full burst. But he could coach. He had Mike Backus to do the recruiting — and he was a top-notch recruiter — but Kerns had few ...

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Last updated 6 months, 1 week ago.
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The voices of summer (Staff Blog)

I don’t watch or listen to the Braves as much as I once did. When they were bad, perhaps the worst franchise in all of baseball and maybe all of professional sports, nothing could sway me from the TV, thanks to the trio of Ernie Johnson Sr., Skip Caray and Pete Van Wieren. There were a host of others filling the fourth chair through the years — Darrel Chaney, Billy Sample, John Sterling, i.e. — ...

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Last updated 1 year, 6 months ago.
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The new home of the Braves (Staff Blog)

The Atlanta Braves revealed the artist renderings for their planned new stadium last week. Plans are to have the new park, nestled off the intersection of I-75 and I-285 in the busy Cumberland area, by opening day 2017. The drawings, if they are close to what ends up being built, are spectacular. But if certain incumbent issues aren’t properly addressed, it could be a spectacular nightmare. Give the Braves credit for doing their homework. Their ...

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Last updated 1 year, 8 months ago.
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A tradition unlike any other meets social media (Staff Blog)

The power of Twitter was evident Wednesday.Pro golfer Kevin Streelman sent out a tweet that he had two extra passes to Wednesday’s practice round at the Masters. But to claim them, you had to be a junior golfer who had never been to the Augusta National Golf Club and you had to be accompanied by a parent. You also had to get there quickly, since Streelman put out the tweet Wednesday morning just before 8.In ...

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Last updated 1 year, 10 months ago.
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