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AJC fires reporter, issues corrections to UGA football story

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has fired investigative reporter Alan Judd for “violating the organization’s journalistic standards” in an article, first published on June 27, about how the University of Georgia’s football program rallied around two players accused of sexual assault in recent years, the newspaper announced Wednesday. The AJC issued corrections to the story, changed the AJC fires reporter, issues corrections to UGA football story

Jamahal Hill has ruptured Achilles, relinquishes belt

Jamahal ‘Sweet Dreams’ Hill has a ruptured Achilles tendon and needs surgery. He will relinquish the UFC light heavyweight title while he recovers. Hill announced the unfortunate news late last night on his YouTube channel. “I’ve ruptured my Achilles,” Hill said. “It’s just one of those things that happens. It’s one that will require surgery Jamahal Hill has ruptured Achilles, relinquishes belt

UFC 290 Rewind: Volkanovski KOs Rodriguez in Round 3

Alexander ‘The Great’ Volkanovski scored a third-round knockout win over Yair Rodriguez as a -380 favorite in Saturday’s UFC 290 headliner at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Volkanovski successfully defended his featherweight title for the fifth time and improved his overall record to 26-2. The 145-pound kingpin hooked up his backers for the following prop UFC 290 Rewind: Volkanovski KOs Rodriguez in Round 3

UFC 290 Picks

Published on Friday, July 7, at 12:42 p.m. Eastern. Updated on Friday, July 7, at 8:20 p.m. Eastern. Alexander Volkanovski (25-2 MMA, 12-1 UFC) will be in bounce-back mode Saturday night for the UFC 290 headliner at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, as the featherweight champion returns to the division to defend his strap against UFC 290 Picks

RIP: Ryan Mallett (1988-2023)

At the way-too-young age of 35, former Arkansas and NFL quarterback Ryan Mallett drowned Tuesday while vacationing in Destin, Florida. The Okaloosa Sheriff’s Office said that first responders were called to the scene at 2:12 p.m. Central yesterday behind the 700 block of Gulf Shore Drive. A group of people near the second sand bar RIP: Ryan Mallett (1988-2023)

Edwards: UFC Jacksonville picks

Published on Thursday, 6/22/23, at 11:55 a.m. Eastern. Updated on Saturday, 6/24/23, at 9:20 a.m. Eastern. JACKSONVILLE – The Octagon returns to Jacksonville for the sixth time since April of 2020 on Saturday for UFC on ABC 5. With the exception of Las Vegas, no city in America has hosted more UFC events in the Edwards: UFC Jacksonville picks

NCAA suspends Penny Hardaway 3 games for recruiting violations

The NCAA has suspended Memphis head basketball coach Penny Hardaway for the first three games of the 2023-24 season for recruiting violations committed during the fall of 2021. The violations committed were dubbed as Level II-mitigated. The panel for the Committee on Infractions found that Hardaway and an assistant coach that is no longer at NCAA suspends Penny Hardaway 3 games for recruiting violations

UF lands 7 commitments in 3 days, but there are still questions galore about Billy Napier

Since Florida’s failed two-point conversion late in the fourth quarter of a 31-29 home loss to top-ranked Alabama in mid-September of the 2021 season, not much has gone right for the Gators. On that play, one player lined up wrong and another went the wrong way. From there, Dan Mullen’s tenure at UF went the UF lands 7 commitments in 3 days, but there are still questions galore about Billy Napier

Report: Wizards trading Beal to Phoenix in package that includes Paul

According to a report from ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski on Sunday afternoon, the Washington Wizards are finalizing a trade that’ll send Bradley Beal to the Phoenix Suns for Chris Paul, Landry Shamet and several second-round picks and pick swaps. Beal, a three-time All-Star, has been in Washington for his entire career that began when the Wizards Report: Wizards trading Beal to Phoenix in package that includes Paul