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Monday, January 22, 2018

COLUMN: What’s the worst sports city in America?

It was a question that came up again this week when Atlanta played host to Georgia’s overtime loss to Alabama in the national championship game , complete with the squandering of a double-digit lead. Is this the worst sports city in America ?

Titans, Jaguar aim to show they’re the real deal in AFC

The general belief is there are four contenders for the Super Bowl in the NFC, two in the AFC.

Serena Williams says she had health scare after baby’s birth

Serena Williams tells Vogue that she dealt with a medical scare right after the birth of her daughter.

On to 2018: College football story lines for next season

While the Crimson Tide celebrates, it’s on to 2018 for the rest of college football. Here are some of the numerous story lines to follow next season:

Alabama leads nation in total defense for 2nd straight year

Alabama’s latest national championship season came with another set of impressive defensive statistics.

UCF celebrates self-proclaimed national title at Disney

Unbeaten UCF celebrated its self-proclaimed national championship with a parade at Disney World on the eve of the College Football Playoff final.

NFL, NFLPA to review how Panthers handled hit on QB Newton

If the concussion protocol was not properly followed the team is subject to discipline, including a $150,000 fine.

Column: Danica Patrick shifts careers, courts new fan base

With nothing racing related to announce, Patrick has stormed into her second act and shifted gears away from the track.

ESPN says Trump interview during CFP title game unlikely

An ESPN executive says the network has been in contact with the White House about interviewing President Donald Trump during the College Football Playoff championship game Monday night, but indications are it will not happen.

No experience required: Freshman QBs make immediate impact

Long gone are the days when a young quarterback needed to ride the bench for a season or two, getting up to speed on a college system much more intricate than what he ran in high school. Even the most successful programs in the land are willing to turn their offense over to an 18-year-old as soon as he steps on campus.
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