Sarah K. Spencer, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Sarah K. Spencer

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Pittsburgh, PA, United States

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Recent articles by Sarah:

Bulldogs have ‘a long way to go,’ Georgia’s Kirby Smart said after first scrimmage

Georgia’s first scrimmage of preseason camp left much to be desired, if you ask coach Kirby Smart. → Read More

Georgia’s Arian Smith to undergo ankle surgery; more injury updates from Kirby Smart

Injuries continue to pile up for sophomore receiver Arian Smith, who will undergo surgery for a high ankle sprain, Georgia coach Kirby Smart said after the Bulldogs’ first scrimmage of preseason camp Saturday. → Read More

Georgia’s Dell McGee breaks down Bulldogs’ talent at running back

Georgia’s offense from last season’s championship squad isn’t nearly as depleted as the team’s defense, with seven starters returning compared with three. → Read More

What Georgia’s Glenn Schumann, Will Muschamp said about defensive players

Taking a look at some of the key players expected to lead the Bulldogs on defense during the 2022 season. → Read More

Georgia’s Glenn Schumann, Will Muschamp on ‘good rapport,’ collaboration

The Bulldogs will have co-defensive coordinators leading the charge this season. → Read More

Keion White ‘1,000% back’ and eager to disrupt on Georgia Tech defense

The last time Keion White was healthy and playing football, it was at Old Dominion in 2019. → Read More

Kirby Smart provides injury updates on Day 1 of Georgia’s preseason camp

On Day 1 of Georgia’s preseason camp, coach Kirby Smart provided a handful of injury updates. → Read More

Auburn’s Bryan Harsin addresses offseason inquiry at SEC Media Days

Taking the podium at SEC Media Days on Thursday, Auburn coach Bryan Harsin immediately addressed the offseason inquiry he underwent in February, amid an exodus of players and assistant coaches after Harsin’s first season. → Read More

Mike Leach on tough Mississippi State schedule, which includes Georgia

In addition to the tough SEC West opponents that Mississippi State must face in its division, the Bulldogs also host defending champion Georgia in Starkville on Nov. 12 this season. → Read More

Lane Kiffin on conference realignment: ‘SEC is a whole ’nother animal’

True to style, Ole Miss coach Lane Kiffin started the question-and-answer segment of his SEC Media Days appearance Monday with some flair. → Read More

B.J. Ojulari leans on advice from brother Azeez, former UGA linebacker

LSU defensive end B.J. Ojulari and his older brother, former UGA linebacker Azeez, fought constantly growing up. → Read More

‘It’s only going to make me better:’ Hawks’ Trae Young on series vs. Heat

Trae Young normally takes one month off at the start of each offseason to recharge and regroup. → Read More

On a disappointing Hawks season and moving forward

A year after making a thrilling run to the Eastern Conference finals, a franchise-revitalizing achievement after rebuilding efforts, the Hawks had to fight tooth and nail just to reach the playoffs. → Read More

Hawks’ season comes to close with Game 5 loss to Heat

MIAMI – A second-quarter meltdown spelled trouble for the Hawks, and despite De’Andre Hunter’s best efforts they couldn’t come all the way back in a 97-94 loss to the Heat in Game 5 of the first round of the NBA playoffs Tuesday at FTX Arena. → Read More

Heading into Game 5, Heat have already exposed Hawks’ flaws

The series isn’t over, but Miami has already exposed enough of Atlanta’s flaws to spark conversation about the roster moving forward. → Read More

Heat defense stifles Hawks, who now face elimination in Game 5

Here are some takeaways from the Hawks' Game 4 loss to the Heat on Sunday night in Atlanta. → Read More

Bench play, late floater by Young lift Hawks to Game 3 win vs. Heat

Trae Young sprinted down the court to hit a floater with 5.5 seconds to play, putting the game on his back to seal the Hawks’ 111-110 Game 3 win vs. the Heat in the NBA playoffs Friday at State Farm Arena. → Read More

State Farm Arena back open after suspicious package delayed Hawks game

Game 3 of the Atlanta Hawks’ playoff series against the Miami Heat will be delayed 40 minutes after a suspicious package was found outside State Farm Arena shortly before tipoff Friday. → Read More

Chess match with Heat’s Erik Spoelstra a ‘fun challenge’ for Trae Young

There’s obviously a lot on Trae Young’s shoulders, with the Hawks seeking a spark in this series, but it’s nothing he can’t handle, wing Kevin Huerter said. → Read More

Clint Capela ruled out for Game 3 of Hawks-Heat series

Hawks center Clint Capela (right knee hyperextension) will not be available in Game 3 vs. the Heat, Hawks coach Nate McMillan said Thursday at practice. → Read More