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Georgia still has a path to a double-bye in the SEC Tournament

The day after losing a nail-biter at home to Kentucky, Georgia received a little help in the SEC standings from Tennessee.  On Wednesday, the Vols stormed into Baton Rouge and upset the LSU Tigers 78-63, putting LSU in a tie with UGA at 10-7 and leaving the door slightly open for the Dawgs to snag one of the top four spots in the conference standings. 128 more words


Wedneday in Review

We saw a great slate of games go down last night, and now that the smoke has settled, let’s see who’s still in the hunt for the NCAA Tournament. 476 more words


Is Strict Liability Coming to FCPA Enforcement?

I think that a strict liability standard is coming to Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) enforcement. A number of factors have caused me to come to this conclusion. 1,557 more words


LSU Returns Home to the NCAA Tournament Bubble

Entering today, LSU was on easy-street to the Big Dance.

Over the past few weeks, they had blown out opponents, won close battles and caught the attention of the nation with a nasty streak of dominance and confidence that I had not see from an LSU team in years. 484 more words


Mark Richt strikes a pose with top Atlanta prospects

UGA coach Mark Richt struck a pose with three of the state’s top college football prospects for next year.

From left to right in the picture, WR Kyle Davis of Archer High School (committed to South Carolina), DB Chad Clay of Peachtree Ridge (son of former Tech DB Willie Clay), Richt and offensive lineman EJ Price of Archer. 31 more words


LSU safety: "LSU fans show no loyalty"

After the LSU Tigers fell to Tennessee, 78-63, Wednesday night, a member of the football team spoke up on the school’s fan base.

Irritated at fans leaving early, safety Jamal Adams ripped into a perceived lack of loyalty for not staying until the final buzzer. 94 more words


Should freshmen be ineligible?

Take Our PollFrom Kevin Lyttle:

Imagine March Madness without the usual fab freshmen.

Or a football season without the likes of Oklahoma’s Samaje Perine, who set an NCAA single-game record for rushing last year. 605 more words