<p>Rashad Wright scored 20 points and freshman Levi Stukes had 19 Friday night in Georgias 105-68 exhibition victory over the Southeastern All-Stars.</p><p>Georgia, which opens the regular season next Friday against Western Carolina, never trailed after Wright hit a jumper to make it 2-0 just under a minute into the game. The Bulldogs steadily pulled away to a 50-26 halftime lead.</p><p>The road-weary All-Stars never got into the game, shooting just 30.4 percent and 16.2 percent (6-37) from 3-point range. Georgia, which shot 50.7 percent including 8-15 (53.3 percent) from beyond the arc, outrebounded the visitors 58-42 and outscored them 46-28 in the paint.</p><p>Damien Wilkins and Marcus Sikes each scored 14 points for the Bulldogs.</p><p>Octavious Thomas led the All-Stars with 14 points, and Adrian Jones added 12.</p>
Neil Brown of Buford recovered a fumble at the 1 and stepped into the end zone for a touchdown but it wasn't enough as the North lost to the South 10-7 Tuesday in the GACA North-South Classic all-star game.
The Atlanta Falcons' search for a new head coach continued Tuesday when owner Arthur Blank and general manager Rich McKay met at an undisclosed hotel near Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport with San Francisco defensive coordinator Jim Mora.
Buster Posey hit a two-run homer in the first inning and drove in three, Tim Hudson pitched seven strong innings and the San Francisco Giants won their fifth straight, beating the Atlanta Braves 4-2 Friday night.
On the final run in the final seconds of the third and final round of Friday’s knockout qualifying session at Dover International Speedway, Denny Hamlin knocked Martin Truex, Jr. off the pole for Sunday’s FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race.