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ATHENS, Ga. — Blair Walsh kicked a 37-yard field goal on the final play and No. 21 Georgia escaped an upset, beating Arizona State 20-17 Saturday on another big night for A.J. Green.
Arizona State safety Jarrell Holman runs down field after an interception against Georgia during the fourth quarter in Athens, Georgia. Sept. 26, 2009.
TBILISI, Georgia - Vice President Dick Cheney has arrived in Georgia, in a show of support for the South Caucasus nation and its pro-Western president.
In its longest road trip in more than four decades, the Georgia football team traveled 1,900 miles to play at Arizona State on Saturday.
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A big reason that Georgia topped most preseason poll ballots is the fact that the Bulldogs possess two of the top players in the nation at their positions, quarterback Matthew Stafford and running back Knowshon Moreno.
Georgia running back Knowshon Moreno stiff-arms Central Michigan defensive back Josh Gordy during the first half Sept. 6, 2008, in Athens, Ga. Moreno rushed for 168 yards and tied his career high with three touchdowns in a 56-17 win.
Arizona State coach Dennis Erickson says the Sun Devils' visit to No. 21 Georgia would be important even if the Bulldogs weren't ranked.
ATHENS, Ga. — Georgia's defense last season left its mark in the school's record books.
An 8-year-old Georgia girl who was believed to have been sexually molested and kidnapped by her mother's husband has been found in Arizona.
ATHENS, GA .- It was the topic du jour during fall camp, but by the time Georgia traveled to South Carolina last Saturday, the fervor over Knowshon Moreno working as a punt returner had largely fizzled out.
President Bush has proposed sending $1 billion in economic and humanitarian aid to Georgia to help that small country on Russia's border rebuild after its disastrous war with Russia last month. Bush's gesture indicates a certain amount of bravado and a commendable fellow feeling for a country his administration has encouraged. But it doesn't suggest that he has learned anything from the embarrassment to the U.S. that conflict represented.
This week, the typical Arizona State football player devoted three hours each day to film study of Nevada-Las Vegas, today’s opponent.
TBILISI, Georgia - Georgia severed diplomatic ties with Moscow on Friday to protest the presence of Russian troops on its territory. Russia said the move would only make things worse.
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin speaks during an interview with Germany's ARD television in the Black Sea resort of Sochi, Russia, Friday, Aug. 29, 2008. Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said Friday that Russia will not be isolated over its conduct in Georgia. The Russian prime minister is also warning Europe not to the bidding of the United States
Violence rages in Europe as the Russian military strikes in Georgia.
IGOETI, Georgia - Russian forces built ramparts around tanks and posted sentries on a hill in central Georgia on Saturday, digging in despite Western pressure for Moscow to withdraw its forces under a cease-fire deal signed by Russian President Dmitry Medvedev.
BEIJING - President Bush on Monday sharply criticized Moscow's harsh military crackdown in the former Soviet republic of Georgia, saying the violence is unacceptable and Russia's response is disproportionate.
A column of Russian tanks rolls near the town of Dzhava in the separatist Georgian province of South Ossetia, Sunday, Aug. 10, 2008. Georgia called a cease-fire Sunday and said it was pulling its embattled troops out of the disputed province of South Ossetia, submitting to Russia's far superior firepower, but Moscow disputed the pullout claim.