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Nkemdiche: 'Hard for me not to go to Ole Miss'

Robert Nkemdiche, the undisputed No. 1 overall recruit in the class of 2013, made some promising comments for Ole Miss fans while speaking with reporters Wednesday after practice for the Under Armour All-American Football Game.

Lady Dogs open SEC play Thursday against Missouri

Coming off its first loss of the season -- a 70-59 defeat to Illinois -- the Georgia Lady Dogs women's basketball team is set to open a grueling 16-game SEC schedule that features multiple contests against nationally-ranked opponents.

Georgia keeps high goals for next season

The Georgia Bulldogs will lose plenty of talent during the offseason due to graduations and early departures to the NFL. But that doesn't mean players or coaches expect any less of the team next season.

Four-star recruit Kamara deciding on final visit

Alvin Kamara will decide next week whether he wants to visit Alabama or Georgia during the weekend of Feb. 1.

Cardinals prepare for Tillman, wary of fumbles

Chicago Bears cornerback Charles Tillman remains one of the best defensive players in the NFL, and his ability to force fumbles is something the Arizona Cardinals are focusing on this week in practice.

Seahawks' Sherman awaits appeal decision

Seattle Seahawks' cornerback Richard Sherman, who faces a four-game suspension for violating the league's substance abuse policy, will attend his appeals hearing in New York on Friday. A decision is expected from the NFL sometime next week.

Bowl action ramps up with three games this weekend

The Beef 'O' Brady's, R&L Carriers and MAACO Las Vegas bowls will all be played this weekend.

Kelemete struggling with position change

Since being drafted by the Arizona Cardinals, offensive lineman Senio Kelemete has struggled with the transition from tackle to guard. He's the lone member of Arizona's 2012 draft class to not play this season.

Marcin Gortat 'hit a wall' earlier this season

Phoenix Suns' center Marcin Gortat has played plenty of basketball recently. Coming into the NBA season just months after playing for the Polish national team during the summer, Gortat hasn't had much time to recharge his batteries.

Jahii Carson is Sun Devils player of the week

Arizona State freshman guard Jahii Carson has been named the Sun Devil of the week by SB Nation's Arizona State blog, House of Sparky.

Peppers will be latest test for rookie LT Potter

Rookie offensive lineman Nate Potter has already faced plenty of topflight defensive ends in his first five career starts. But Sunday's matchup against Julius Peppers and the Chicago Bears presents a new challenge.

Brown still trying to prove himself as NBA player

An NBA journeyman, Shannon Brown seems to have found his groove this season for the Phoenix Suns.

Eric Gordon rejoins Hornets

New Orleans Hornets' guard Eric Gordon, who has missed the first 25 games of the season with a nagging right knee injury, is set to rejoin his team in Louisiana and is hopeful to play in a game before the end of December.

Marshall returning to Suns after D-League stint

Former North Carolina point guard Kendall Marshall, who was drafted by the Suns with the 13th overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft, is set to return to Phoenix after an extended stint with the Bakersfield Jam of the NBA D-League.

Kenjon Barner named FWAA All-American

Oregon running back Kenjon Barner has been named a 2012 college football All-American by the Football Writers Association of America, the organization announced Friday.

WNBA adds anti-flop rule, moves 3-point line

Starting in 2013, the WNBA will initiate an anti-flopping rule and move the three-point line back nearly 1.5 feet.

ASU baseball: Trevor Williams named All-American

Arizona State pitcher Trevor Williams has been named a preseason All-American by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association, the group announced Thursday.

Warriors weekend schedule

The Warriors will wrap up their seven-game road trip with games at Orlando and Atlanta before returning home to face New Orleans next Tuesday.

Arizona favored by nine vs. Nevada

After opening the week as an eight-point favorite, the Arizona Wildcats are now favored by nine points over the Nevada Wolf Pack in Saturday's Gildan New Mexico Bowl.

NBA weekend schedule

The NBA has a big weekend ahead, with 25 games scheduled for Friday through Sunday. The action is highlighted by three games including the two Los Angeles teams.

Mark Richt hasn't received calls on assistants

Even as coaching vacancies continue to sprout up across the college football landscape, Georgia coach Mark Richt hasn't heard from anyone seeking to poach any of his assistants.

Jerick McKinnon finally settles into a position

After previous stints as a running back, wide receiver and cornerback, Jerick McKinnon switched to quarterback this season and became Georgia Southern's starter. He's proved to be a steadying for the Eagles.

Ga. Southern relying on Swope, McKinnon

If the Eagles hope to beat North Dakota State on Friday in the FCS semifinals, they'll need to lean heavily on quarterback Jerick McKinnon and running back Dominique Swope -- much like they have all year long.

Georgia NT Jenkins misses practice with concussion

The severity of Jenkins injury remains to be determined.

Zaza Pachulia talks about flop warning

Atlanta Hawks center would rather take the flopping fine than a "broken jaw."

Hawks move to within half a game of the Heat

With the Miami Heat losing to the Golden State Warriors on Wednesday night, the Atlanta Hawks have moved to within a half game of the defending NBA champions in the Southeast division due to their win over the Orlando Magic.

NBA scores: Warriors upset Heat, Hawks top Magic

There was plenty of NBA action to digest Wednesday night, with 13 games across the league. The biggest stories of the night were the Golden State Warriors' upset of the Miami Heat and -- in Atlanta -- the Hawks' victory over the Orlando Magic.

Orange Bowl tickets: NIU has outsold Florida State

Northern Illinois, the BCS busting surprise of the 2012 college football season, has sold roughly 5,500 tickets to the Orange Bowl, while Florida State has sold just 4,000.

Clanton leads UCF over Bethune-Cookman

Senior forward Keith Clanton posted a career-high 30 points and a game-high 13 rebounds during UCF's 72-62 win over Bethune-Cookman on Wednesday.

Gators' Will Muschamp SEC Co-Coach of the year

Second-year coach led Florida to a record of 11-1 and a berth in the AllState Sugar Bowl.

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