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Georgia Beats Florida State, Advances To NCAA Round Of 16

ATHENS, Ga. -- The second-seeded Georgia men's tennis team advanced to the round of 16 of the NCAA Championships with a 4-1 win over No. 33 Florida State here Sunday. The match was moved indoors to the Lindsey Hopkins Indoor Courts due to rain.

The Bulldogs (25-2) will face either North Carolina or Tennessee in the round of 16 Friday at 7 p.m. at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex. Georgia is now 25-3 in the NCAA Tournament dating back to 2007, and this marks the Bulldogs' ninth straight trip to the round of 16.

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Johnson, Mosley Added To Lady Bulldog Staff

ATHENS, Ga. --- Angie Johnson and Robert Mosley have joined the Georgia Lady Bulldogs' staff as assistant coaches, head coach Andy Landers announced on Thursday. Johnson comes to Athens after serving as an assistant coach at Florida State for the past 15 seasons, while Mosley has been on the staff at Alabama for the past two campaigns.

"I'm thrilled to have Coach Johnson and Coach Mosley working with Georgia Basketball," Landers said. "Angie and Robert are outstanding coaches and bring great experience and enthusiasm to our staff."

Regents approve raises for college presidents

Regents approve raises for college presidents

ATLANTA -- The Georgia Board of Regents has approved raises for a handful of college presidents across the state.

The board Wednesday signed off on a $25,000 raise for the presidents at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College and Atlanta Metropolitan College. David Bridges and Gary McGaha will now make $198,000 per year.

Jim Sanders, director of the Skidaway Institute of Oceanograhpy, received the same raise and will now make $198,000. The board also approved $600,000 in deferred compensation for University of Georgia President Michael Adams and another $2 million over five years once he retires next year.

Other institution presidents received salary increases but they were funded by private foundations. The largest was Georgia Tech President G.P. "Bud" Peterson who will receive a $166,666 bump to more than $756,000.


Monster Sunspot Coming Into Earth's Views

Monster Sunspot Coming Into Earth's Views

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An enormous sunspot group has taken shape on the surface of the sun, hinting that our star may soon start spouting off some powerful storms.

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Ice cream truck hits Chick-fil-A, drives off

ATHENS, Ga. -- A 20-year-old Tucker man drove his company's refrigerated ice cream truck into the overhang of a Chick-fil-A on Barnett Shoals Road in Athens Friday night, causing at least $1,000 in damage.

The driver steered the truck through the drive-thru, even after a restaurant employee told him the truck was too tall, police said.

When the truck became lodged in the overhang, the driver took off. A Chick-fil-A employee jumped in his car and followed the truck, waving him down by honking his horn, flashing his lights and waving his arms out the window, according to police.

The driver, whose name was not released, eventually pulled over. Police charged him with hit and run.

Bulldogs Complete Sweep Of Auburn Sunday

Athens, Ga. -- Georgia's solid offensive performance highlighted by a three run home run from Kyle Farmer gave the Bulldogs their first SEC sweep, capped with a 9-3 win Sunday at Foley Field.

Georgia (28-20, 12-12 SEC) has won four straight to get to .500 in SEC play, posting its first SEC sweep since last year against Mississippi State.  Georgia scored five runs in the first two innings and cruised to victory over the Tigers who fell to 25-22 overall, 10-14 in the SEC.

Ex-Bulldog Swafford Wins Nationwide Tour's Stadion Classic

ATHENS, Ga. -- Another year, another win for a Georgia golfer at the Nationwide Tour's Stadion Classic.

One year after amateur Russell Henley won the event, Nationwide rookie Hudson Swafford kept the Stadion Classic trophy in the Bulldog family as he posted a 1-shot victory on Sunday at the UGA Golf Course.

"This is unbelievable. My first win is huge and to be in Athens, words don't describe it," said Swafford. "I couldn't have drawn it up any better. The way it happened is a dream come true."