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Past articles by Gabriel:

Where are former Braves from 2021 World Series team this spring?

NORTH PORT, Fla. — It’s been 16 months since the Braves won their second World Series since moving to Atlanta. In their title-defense season, the Braves won 101 games and their fifth consecutive division title, but fell short in October. This year’s club again appears primed for a postseason berth. → Read More

Charlie Morton loves seeing his fellow Braves starters thrive

NORTH PORT, Fla. — Braves right-hander Charlie Morton, at age 39, appreciates seeing the team’s other starters blossom. → Read More

Braves notes: Roster moves, Collin McHugh and Kyle Wright updates

The Braves further trimmed their roster Friday, two weeks and six days ahead of opening day. → Read More

Jahmyr Gibbs: Georgia Tech helped ‘make me who I am today’

During his NFL combine availability Saturday, Gibbs spoke fondly of Georgia Tech, especially regarding former running backs coach Tashard Choice. → Read More

Georgia’s Kelee Ringo sets sights on creating more memorable turnovers in NFL

INDIANAPOLIS — Kelee Ringo orchestrated one of the iconic plays in Georgia history. His pick-six against Alabama was the great relief, a catch and run that allowed Bulldogs fans to exhale and celebrate that long-awaited, desperately desired national championship in January 2022. → Read More

Quin Snyder: Trae Young is a winner, has great mind for the game

New Hawks coach Quin Snyder inherited a talented roster headlined by guard Trae Young, a spectacular talent who reportedly hasn’t always meshed with the players and coaches around him. → Read More

Kennesaw State takes first place with thrilling comeback win vs. Liberty

For a moment, it appeared Kennesaw State’s turnaround campaign hit a snag. The Owls were down 14 to Liberty in the second half, seemingly set to lose the pivotal contest between first-place programs. → Read More

Arthur Blank says Falcons are ‘excited’ about Desmond Ridder’s play, leadership

It sure sounds as if the Falcons feel good about Desmond Ridder as their quarterback for the 2023 season, if their owner’s comments Wednesday are any indication. → Read More

Falcons owner Arthur Blank Q&A: ‘Expectations will be higher’ in 2023

Falcons owner Arthur Blank spoke briefly with a small group of reporters on a teleconference Wednesday from the Super Bowl, discussing his team’s outlook as it enters the third year of the current regime. → Read More

Falcons defensive coordinator Ryan Nielsen excited to work with Grady Jarrett

The Falcons have a lot of rebuilding to do on defense, but they have two clear centerpieces in defensive tackle Grady Jarrett and cornerback A.J. Terrell around whom to build. → Read More

Falcons’ new defensive coordinator Ryan Nielsen says ‘we’re going to attack’

Some mystery surrounds new Falcons defensive coordinator Ryan Nielsen. After all, he worked behind the scenes in New Orleans since 2017. As a co-defensive coordinator last year, he never called plays. All that was truly known to outsiders was that he trained one of the NFL’s most ferocious defensive lines. → Read More

Former Georgia safety Christopher Smith taking skills as ball hawk to NFL

MOBILE, Ala. — Every NFL team could use a safety who’s a ball hawk. A center fielder, of sorts, who can quickly process and roam the field trying to create a game-altering play. → Read More

Former Georgia RB Kenny McIntosh hopes Todd Monken stays with Bulldogs

MOBILE, Ala. — Former Bulldogs running back Kenny McIntosh echoed Georgia fans Wednesday, expressing his preference that Todd Monken remain offensive coordinator in Athens. → Read More

Georgia’s Warren McClendon speaks on fatal crash, Devin Willock, receiving therapy

MOBILE, Ala. — Sixteen days after the deaths of two of his friends in a car accident, Warren McClendon was at the Senior Bowl, speaking with reporters and sharing that he’s been seeing a psychiatrist as he moves forward. → Read More

Family, friends: Remember Devin Willock by the way he lived

The best way to honor Devin Willock is to remember the way he lived. → Read More

Georgia lineman McClendon to honor Willock in Senior Bowl

The Senior Bowl assigned McClendon No. 77 to honor his late teammate Devin Willock. McClendon was in the vehicle during the accident that killed Willock and UGA recruiting analyst Chandler LeCroy on Jan. 15. → Read More

Georgia gets chance to say goodbye to Devin Willock with private service

ATHENS - Devin Willock left an impression on the University of Georgia. → Read More

Maya Moore, basketball legend and Collins Hill product, announces retirement

Minnesota Lynx forward Maya Moore, a six-time All-Star, four-time WNBA champion and two-time Olympic gold medalist, announced her retirement from the WNBA on Monday. Moore, 33, enjoyed an all-time illustrious career dating back to her days at Collins Hill. → Read More

Georgia Bulldogs’ golden age: Latest title makes them hungry for more

As we stand now, it’s Georgia – then everyone else. The question is: For how long? → Read More

TCU committed to running the ball against Georgia

For all the chatter about TCU’s prolific passing, its offense starts with the run game. But that element might be weakened in the national championship due to running back Kendre Miller’s injury. → Read More