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Last year, Mercer made a Cinderella run in the NCAA basketball tournament and spawned a thousand .gifs in the process. This year, it was Georgia State busting brackets and inspiring memes with its upset over No. 3 seed Baylor in the first round. Specifically, head coach Ron Hunter stole the spotlight from his own son, R.J., who buried the game-winning three-pointer, by plummeting off his stool in celebration.
Some may say that marathon running is a younger person’s pursuit, but should that automatically stop you from training for your first marathon in your 50s, 60s, or later? The answer, from a trio of Atlanta-area running coaches? Nope.
After a 7–9 season in 1997, no one gave coach Dan Reeves’s 1998 squad a chance. But on the legs of running back Jamal Anderson—who rushed for 1,846 yards, nearly twice as much as he ever had or would again—and a smothering defense, the Falcons rattled off a nine-game winning streak to end the season a franchise-best 14–2 atop the NFC West.
Clayton County’s Lovejoy Lady Wildcats are the best high school basketball team you might not have heard of
In Hampton, Georgia, a 23-and-a-half-mile ride down I-75 from Atlanta, is the best basketball team you might not have heard of. While the Lovejoy High School Lady Wildcats don't always receive the most press, the defending 6A State Champions are quickly becoming a basketball dynasty.
As the Morehouse Maroon Tigers kick off conference tournament play, they have something to prove to themselves
This year's Morehouse basketball team is a No. 1 seed in the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) Tournament, with a roster filled with talent. Their goal: to win the SIAC Tournament and to "get on the national map."
Yet to those who root for pro sports (and, I hope, those who play them) the night felt unmistakably like a consolation prize. We were told repeatedly how lucky we are to be here in this world-class sports town. We were reminded that the New York media was against us. We were so showered with love and self-serving praise that you almost expected, say, a Boston sports fan to leave behind his seven titles in the last twelve years so he could come down and buy season tickets to half-empty Turner Field.