Dooley to BTW players: ‘Prepare to be lucky’

What advice could 83 year-old ex-University of Georgia head coach and athletic director Vince Dooley have for some 40 football players at Atlanta’s Booker T Washington High School?

Falcons QB Ryan looks to show off his mobility this season

Matt Ryan has no plans to become a running quarterback.

Quinn taking up-tempo approach to rebuilding Falcons

As Seattle’s defensive coordinator, Dan Quinn helped lead Seattle to two straight Super Bowls, including one championship. Quinn opens his first training camp as Falcons coach on Friday trying to overhaul Atlanta’s woeful unit.

SIAC Preseason Report Is It Tuskegee and Albany State again in 2015 SIAC Grid Championship ?

According to the forecasters peering in at the 2015 football season for the 102 year old Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC), the Golden Tigers of Tuskegee University and The Rams of Albany State University are not only the teams to ...

Atlanta Falcons’ Julio Jones focused on new offense, not contract talks

Julio Jones is learning there are more ways to go about his job in the Atlanta Falcons’ new offense.

Serena Williams, a Champion on and off Court

Serena Jameka Williams is more than one of the greatest tennis players in the world.

Hawks’ Mike Budenholzer Named 2014-15 NBA Coach of the Year

When it came down to talk of who were the front-runners in the NBA Coach of the Year race, the only two strong contenders were the Atlanta Hawks’ Mike Budenholzer and Golden State’s Steve Kerr.

Tiger Woods back at the Masters and expecting to win

Tiger Woods hit the ball so pure that he felt like a 14-time major champion. Before long, the swing left him and he resembled a guy who couldn't break 80. He became so frustrated that he even threw a few ...

March Madness: Race, Sports and Money

A total of 68 teams compete in a single-elimination game format highlighted by the “Sweet 16,” the “Elite 8” and the “Final Four” from which a champion is crowned.

The 50-Win Atlanta Hawks are the first team in the play-offs

After a stellar, almost storybook version first season, the magic for the Atlanta Hawks continues after the All-Star break despite a minor hiccup (loss to Philadelphia).

Hawks Announce Plans to Celebrate Accomplishments of Dominique Wilkins

On March 5, the greatest Hawk in franchise history, Dominique Wilkins, will be honored in a private ceremony with the unveiling of a larger-than-life size statue.

SIAC regular hoops season nears close

The 2014-15 SIAC regular season basketball schedule concludes in less than two weeks and thoughts began swirling about seeds for both the 81st men’s and the 36th women’s tournament commencing October 2-7 at the Bill Harris Arena in Birmingham, Alabama.

SIAC/AU Center Basketball Report

At last, Clark Atlanta University head basketball coach Tony Lamarr, in his first full season as the Panther’s pilot, can breathe a little easier these days now that the Panthers successfully busted that nerve-wracking nine game losing streak.

Atlanta Hawks Celebrate Black History Month

The Atlanta Hawks are celebrating Black History Month by hosting and honoring heroes of the Civil Rights Movement at each home contest in February.

Challenge to CAU Men’s Coach: Win Ball Games

Clark Atlanta head basketball coach Tony Lamarr, in his first full season at the helm, faces perhaps his first challenge in attempting to get the Panthers back in the winner’s circle.