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Friday April 23rd, 2021 9:59AM

Bo Wilson

Sports Editor
Bo Wilson
Safety Harmon, return specialist Patterson sign with Falcons
The Atlanta Falcons have signed safety Duron Harmon and four-time All-Pro return specialist Cordarrelle Patterson to one-year contracts.
3:12PM ( 1 week ago )
Mark Richt inducted to FCA Hall of Champions
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes will induct former Georgia football coach Mark Richt into its Hall of Champions.
1:13PM ( 1 week ago )
Johnson's Zamora joins the show to talk season
Johnson boys soccer coach Frank Zamora joins the show this week to talk about his team's 11-game win streak and Region 8-5A title.
1:30PM ( 1 week ago )
Baseball roundup: Buford stays perfect with win over No. 3 Bulldoggs; NHall, Hab Central take region wins
Ayden Digiacomo drove in five runs on a pair of doubles to lead No. 1 Buford over No. 3 Winder-Barrow on Monday in the first of three games for the Region 8-6A title...
7:15AM ( 1 week ago )
Podcast: Is instant replay really made for baseball?
On this week's The RunDown Sports Podcast, instant replay and baseball do not go together.
2:48PM ( 1 week ago )
The Latest: Rose tries to build on 4-shot lead at Masters
The Latest on the Masters (all times local):
9:18AM ( 2 weeks ago )
At the Masters, past champions are welcomed back to field
Fred Couples was playing a practice round at Augusta National this week, with the other members of his foursome all sharing a few things in common.
9:44AM ( 2 weeks ago )
Podcast: MLB pulls All-Star game from Atlanta
On the week's The RunDown Sports Podcast, we take a look at MLB's decision to pull the All-Star Game from Atlanta.
2:30PM ( 2 weeks ago )
ICYMI Highlights: Gainesville boys, Bluff girls win Hall County Track Championships
The Gainesville boys and Cherokee Bluff girls captured the Hall County Track and Field Championships on Friday.
10:41AM ( 2 weeks ago )
MASTERS '21: Key anniversaries for champions over the years
Herman Keiser won a green jacket after the Masters went four years without being played because of World War II.
9:27AM ( 2 weeks ago )