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December 13, 1999 | Daily News Wire Services
It wasn't pretty, but Georgia coach Andy Landers is glad his No. 5 Lady Bulldogs were able to pull out victory over host Tennessee Tech. "It was tough to come in to a place like Tech and come out with a win," Landers said yesterday after the 77-72 victory. "They did a really good job. " Georgia (11-1), which has won four straight, took the lead for good on a three-pointer by Camille Murphy with 11:27 remaining in the game, making it 48-46. Georgia led by four when the lights in the arena went out with 3:52 remaining.
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December 10, 1999 | Daily News Wire Services
Reserve center Shala Crawford enjoyed a career game against overmatched Hampton. Crawford had a career-high 13 points and 15 rebounds in fifth-ranked Georgia's 107-46 rout of visiting Hampton last night. "This game meant a lot because of the way we played our last game here. I didn't want people to underestimate what we can do," Crawford said. A week ago, Georgia lost its Southeastern Conference opener to Louisiana State, 80-74. Sophomore center Tawana McDonald led Georgia (10-1)
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August 24, 2002 | Daily News Wire Services
Georgia defensive back Brandon Williams was acquitted yesterday by a Superior Court jury in Athens, Ga., of the alleged sexual assault of a female student in another athlete's dorm room. Williams, 21, was charged with rape, aggravated assault and aggravated battery following the Jan. 12 incident. Georgia basketball player Steve Thomas, also accused of rape and aggravated assault, will be tried in October or November. Tony Cole, Thomas' teammate, was charged with aggravated assault and likely will be tried after Christmas.
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March 18, 1998 | Daily News Wire Services
Don't tell Jan van Breda Kolff and his Vanderbilt Commodores the National Invitation Tournament is for losers. Dan Langhi scored a career-high 19 points off the bench as visiting Vanderbilt notched its first 20-win season in four years with a 72-68 victory over Wake Forest in the second round last night. "I said our younger players are going to benefit the most from this and a guy like Dan Langhi has gotten better and better," said Van Breda Kolff. "We told our guys [the NIT]
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March 6, 1997 | Daily News Wire Services
Georgia's football team will spend the next two years on probation but escaped major sanctions yesterday when the NCAA took the unusual step of accepting the school's self-imposed penalties. The Bulldogs, who already had agreed to reduce their scholarships next year and cut their ties to prominent south Florida booster Dan Calloway, remain eligible to play in bowl games and appear on television. The university was cited mainly for its relationship with Calloway, a Palm Beach County, Fla., youth sport organizer who provided cash, meals and other benefits to high school players who were being recruited by Georgia.
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January 13, 1987 | By JOSEPH P. BLAKE, Daily News Staff Writer
Charlayne Hunter-Gault, national correspondent for PBS' "MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour," carved out a place for herself in American history in 1961 when she became the first black woman to be admitted to the University of Georgia. In the current issue of TV Guide, she talks about her experiences at the school she graduated from in 1963. " 'Char-layne,' they kept calling out from every direction, drawing my name as only Southerners can, so perfect in their pronunciation, so familiar and yet so distant.
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January 17, 2002 | Daily News Wire Services
Georgia suspended starting forward Steve Thomas and backup guard Tony Cole yesterday while university police investigated a report that a female student was raped in a dormitory. The suspensions occurred shortly before the 20th-ranked Bulldogs, who moved into the national rankings two days earlier for the first time this season, lost, 77-72, to No. 16 Alabama in a key Southeastern Conference game. "The situation was probably a distraction, but you can't really tell," Georgia coach Jim Harrick said.
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March 12, 1999 | Daily News Wire Services
Less than three weeks after receiving a vote of confidence from the athletic director, Georgia basketball coach Ron Jirsa was fired yesterday. Jirsa, who never held a head coaching job before he was picked to succeed Tubby Smith in 1997, had a two-year record of 35-30, including a disappointing 15-15 mark this season. Athletic director Vince Dooley, speaking during a hastily called news conference, said the main reason for the change was the Bulldogs' poor finish. Georgia lost its final four games and 11 of the last 14 to wind up at .500.
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February 26, 1991 | By Marc Narducci, Special to The Inquirer
University of Georgia junior Blaise Kozeniewski of Highland High has been a key addition to the Bulldogs' baseball team, the defending national champion. Kozeniewski, who had starred the last two years for Camden County College, started in Georgia's first seven games. During that span, he hit .212, but led the Bulldogs with eight runs, and was tied for the lead in home runs, with two, and tied for second in RBIs, with six. North Carolina State lefthander Shawn Senior of Cherry Hill West became the first freshman pitcher to start on opening day for the Wolfpack.
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May 6, 1990 | By Tanya Barrientos, Inquirer Staff Writer
When former United Nations ambassador and civil rights leader Andrew Young campaigns for governor in the white neighborhoods of rural Georgia, he doesn't extend his hand first for a handshake. He doesn't slap white people on the shoulder or kiss their babies. "There's good reason. When I was growing up you could get killed for that, literally," said the black, 58-year-old former Atlanta mayor. His voice showed not anger, but an eagerness to make the issue clear. "Maybe you don't ever outgrow some of those cautions.
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November 11, 2014 | Daily News staff and wire reports
TODD GURLEY was back with the first-team offense as Georgia held its first practice for Saturday's game against Auburn. Gurley is returning from a four-game NCAA suspension for taking $3,000 for autographed memorabilia and other items over 2 years. Any uncertainty about Gurley's status on No. 16 Georgia's deep list of tailbacks ended when the junior was the starter on the updated depth chart released yesterday for the game against No. 9 Auburn. The depth chart can change during the practice week schedule, but Gurley appears set as the starter.
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September 12, 2014 | By Mike Kern, Daily News Staff Writer
IT COULD ALREADY be too late for South Carolina to save its season, at least if you're talking about maybe still getting into the inaugural four-team playoff. But one of the best perks about playing in the SEC is you're never that far away from being in yet another spot where you can make an impression. In a week otherwise devoid of marquee matchups, sixth-ranked Georgia is at No. 24 South Carolina, which was ninth before it opened with a 52-28 home loss to a Texas A & M team without Johnny Football that has risen in the poll from 21 to 7. Anyway, the Dawgs have lost their last two in Columbia.
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July 17, 2014 | By Joseph A. Slobodzian, Inquirer Staff Writer
Prosecutors say 20-year-old Gabriel Sánchez of Rocky Face, Ga., was drunk and driving more than 80 m.p.h. on I-95 in South Philadelphia when his Nissan Armada plowed into a stopped Jetta with its blinkers flashing, resulting in the deaths of two men. Philadelphia Municipal Court Judge James M. DeLeon on Tuesday agreed, ruling there was enough evidence for Sánchez to stand trial on charges of vehicular homicide, drunken driving, and other offenses in...
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May 15, 2014 | By Bonnie L. Cook, Inquirer Staff Writer
Georgia B. Hansen, 83, of Gladwyne, a civic volunteer, died Wednesday, May 7, of cancer at Lankenau Hospital. Raised in Bala Cynwyd, Mrs. Hansen graduated from Lower Merion High School, and the University of Pennsylvania in 1952. She and husband Gerald J. Hansen Jr. settled in Gladwyne to start a family. During her years there, she focused on raising four children and caring for her ailing mother. Mrs. Hansen taught Sunday school and chaired Azalea Day for St. Christopher's Church in Gladwyne.
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April 11, 2014 | By Marcus Hayes, Daily News Columnist
AUGUSTA, Ga. - It was a Kodak moment unto itself, and it might foreshadow a Sunday scene. Fuzzy Zoeller walked down the narrow strip of land next to the water on the ninth hole of Augusta National's par-3 course. Tall, lanky Harris English ambled along beside him. Zoeller reached over and put his right arm around English's shoulders and looked up. "Go out," Zoeller said, "and kick some butt. " Easier said than done. Twenty-four rookies will tee off in today's first round of the Masters, a record in the 77-year history of the tournament.
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March 25, 2014 | By Matt Stypulkoski, For The Inquirer
STORRS, Conn. - Erin Shields scored a team-high 18 points Sunday as ninth-seeded St. Joseph's picked up a 67-57 win over No. 8 Georgia in the first round of the NCAA women's basketball tournament at Gampel Pavilion. "It was a well-fought game," St. Joseph's coach Cindy Griffin said. "I thought our kids played with a lot of intensity, a lot of emotion. They executed the game plan as well as any other situation that we've had this year. " St. Joseph's reward is a matchup with the overwhelming tournament favorite, top-ranked Connecticut.
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March 19, 2014 | By Mel Greenberg, For The Inquirer
The suspense ended quickly and happily for Penn and St. Joseph's on Monday night during the draw for the NCAA women's basketball tournament. Ivy League champion Penn (22-6) will face Texas on Sunday at 3 p.m. in College Park, Md. There was concern that St. Joseph's (22-9) might be bypassed after a fifth-place finish in the Atlantic 10, but the Hawks saw their name at the top of the selection show on ESPN. The ninth-seeded Hawks will play eighth-seeded Georgia (20-11) on Sunday at 5:30 p.m. in Storrs, Conn.
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March 4, 2014 | BY DUSTY NIX
YOU'RE at the pharmacy to pick up your diabetes medication. The pharmacist takes a look at you and at your prescription, and refuses to fill it. Why? Is it expired, or maybe you're out of refills? No, the prescription is valid and current. But the pharmacist has decided that your Type II diabetes is something you brought on yourself, and because of his deeply held moral and religious objection to the sin of gluttony, he doesn't have to serve you. (At this point, the HIV-positive guy in line behind you is getting nervous.)
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September 30, 2013 | The Inquirer Staff
Aaron Murray threw four touchdown passes, including a 25-yarder to Justin Scott-Wesley with 1 minute, 47 seconds remaining, and No. 9 Georgia rallied to beat No. 6 Louisiana State, 44-41, in a Southeastern Conference thriller in Athens, Ga., on Saturday. Murray was 20 of 34 for the Bulldogs (3-1, 2-0). The Tigers (4-1, 1-1) got a career-best 372 yards passing and three touchdowns from former Georgia quarterback Zach Mettenberger in his return to Athens. West Virginia 30, Oklahoma State 21 - In his first start since October 2011, Florida State transfer Clint Trickett went 24 of 50 for 309 yards with a touchdown and engineered two late scoring drives to lead the Mountaineers (3-2, 1-1 Big 12)
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September 24, 2013
MICHAEL JACK'S TOP 10 1. Alabama (3-0). Beat Colorado State, 31-6. Tide has beaten Ole Miss nine straight. Saturday: vs. Mississippi. 2. Ohio State (4-0). Beat Florida A&M, 76-0. So who needs Braxton Miller? Won at Wisconsin in OT last year. Saturday: vs. Wisconsin. 3. Oregon (3-0). Idle. Scored 59 at Cal last year. Saturday: vs. California. 4. Clemson (3-0). Beat North Carolina State, 26-14. Has beaten Wake Forest four straight. Saturday: vs. Wake Forest.
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