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At Least 2 Dead, Including Child, After Hurricane Michael Slams Florida & Weakens Over Georgia

Hurricane Michael has left at least two people dead, including a child, after entering Florida with 155 mph winds on Wednesday. A 11-year-old girl in Seminole County, Georgia, was killed around 3 p.m. local time on Wednesday by a tree falling on a mobile home, the Tallahassee Democrat and The...

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USA TODAY Sports college football staff picks for Week 7

College football staff picks for Week 7 focus on the big SEC showdown between LSU and Georgia plus a Big Ten matchup featuring Michigan and Wisconsin.        

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USA TODAY Sports college football staff picks for Week 7

College football staff picks for Week 7 focus on the big SEC showdown between LSU and Georgia plus a Big Ten matchup featuring Michigan and Wisconsin.         

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Composed QB Marshall has Georgia Tech on high-scoring roll

QB TaQuon Marshall avoiding mistakes as Georgia Tech revives season by topping 60 points in 2 straight wins         

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No. 2 Georgia looks to shore up defense against No. 13 LSU

Linebacker Natrez Patrick is ready for No. 2 Georgia to prove its defense can dominate a quality opponent like No. 13 LSU         

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Second-ranked and unbeaten Georgia faces arguably its toughest test yet this season when the Bulldogs kickoff against 13th-ranked LSU in Death Valley         

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President to survey areas hit hard by Hurricane Michael; John Roberts reports from the White House on the president's schedule.

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28-year-old Kelsey Quayle was an aspiring Georgia model but is now brain dead after she was shot in the neck while driving, causing a head-on collision.

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We’ll know a lot more about three of college football’s deepest divisions—the Big Ten East, Pac-12 North and SEC West—by the end of Week 7.

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Georgia vs. LSU: Betting trends, things to watch, prediction

Georgia travels to Death Valley to face LSU in a blockbuster SEC matchup on Saturday. Sporting News breaks down the trends to know between the Bulldogs and Tigers.

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Can No. 2 Georgia survive a trip to Death Valley against No. 13 LSU? Will No. 7 Washington hold off No. 17 Oregon? Can No. 15 Wisconsin make a run at No. 12 Michigan? Can No. 6 West Virginia escape a night game in Ames against Iowa State?

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Hurricane Michael crushes Georgia, heads toward Carolinas

The remnants of Hurricane Michael – the most powerful storm on record to strike Florida’s Panhandle – swept through Georgia on Thursday on a path toward the Carolinas after leaving widespread destruction and at least two deaths in its wake. “It’s hard to convey in words the scale of the...

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‘Daily Show’ Says ‘Horny-Ass Moms’ Could Decide Georgia Governor’s Race

Democrat Stacey Abrams' other career as a romance novelist may win over this critical demographic, Roy Wood Jr. reports.

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Duke-Georgia Tech headlines light week around ACC

Duke's visit to Georgia Tech shapes up as the best game of a sparse weekend around the Atlantic Coast Conference

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No. 2 Georgia gets tough test at No. 13 LSU in SEC matchup

No. 2 Georgia gets a tough test when it travels to face No. 13 LSU on Saturday

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PANAMA CITY, Fla. -- The third-most powerful hurricane to hit the U.S. mainland in recorded history left a wide path of destruction, destroying homes and shopping centers and felling trees that killed at least two people in Florida and Georgia. And it's not done yet.

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Kelsey Quayle, an aspiring Georgia model, is brain dead after she was shot in the neck, causing her to crash head-on into the car ahead of her and leading to a multi-vehicle wreck Monday, her family said. 

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Alabama, Clemson, Georgia and Ohio State have resided in the Associated Press’s top four for five straight weeks now. This is boring. Please send chaos. All times Eastern. Thursday...

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