A little over 40 years and and 20 years before the Summer Olympics came to Atlanta and Georgia, Morehouse College junior Edwin Corley Moses defied the predictions of so-called track and fields experts and won the gold medal at the ...
As the 2016 Summer Olympics draw to a close this weekend, the United States has dominated the medal count with 94 overall medals (31 gold, 22 silver, 31 bronze) (as of Thursday Aug.18).
President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama on Saturday mourned the loss of boxing legend Muhammad Ali.
Muhammad Ali's death has the world remembering "The Greatest" not only for his athleticism in the ring but for his cultural impact and outspokenness on political issues, including civil rights and the Vietnam War.
Long before the movie about Jesse Owens premiering this week was made, he inspired a local Olympian who followed in his gold-medal footsteps.
North Carolina A &T Head Coach Rod Broadway describes his secret ingredient which allowed his team to defeat Alcorn State in the first Celebration Bowl in Atlanta and for that matter allowed him to win national crowns for Grambling (2008) ...
With the announcement of the Inaugural Air Force Reserve Celebration Bowl to be played at the Georgia Dome, Dec. 19, noon, it further solidified Atlanta as the capitol of college football.
The history of the Atlanta Falcons is filled with misery. Now, they’re facing a collapse of epic proportions.
Dan Quinn dismissed Atlanta Falcons players for their bye week on Monday with instructions to rest, heal and come back ready to “let it rip.’’
Daily fantasy sports sites have come under scrutiny in another state, with Georgia regulators questioning two major industry players as officials in Nevada and elsewhere have done.
Hal Lamar presents Atlanta City High School Scores and Standings
Since signing on the dotted line to become Morehouse College’s new head football coach in 2007,the Atlanta native has racked up a record of 47 wins and 36 losses.
For Chris Doleman, the NFL Hall of Fame is nothing compared to being baptized in the River Jordan.
The Atlanta Falcons opened their 2015 season with a 26-24 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles.
Clark Atlanta University Panthers (0-2) remains at home this weekend to face 1-1 Fort Valley State at 2 p.m. while 1-1 Morehouse takes on the 1-1 Golden Bulls of Johnson C. Smith, 7 p.m., at B.T. Harvey Stadium.