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Malzahn plays "hurry-up, no-huddle bingo" Video included

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Gus Malzahn is a man who wears many hats. More>>

Northside beats Hardaway, Harris County claims region title Video included

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The Northside Patriots beat Hardaway, 7-1, Wednesday afternoon in region 1-AAAAA baseball. More>>

Auburn will not appeal Pearl's show-cause penalty

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Auburn University athletics director Jay Jacobs will not appeal new men's basketball coach Bruce Pearl's NCAA show-cause penalty. More>>

Columbus blanks Sandy Creek behind Forthofer's gem Video included

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Columbus High's Russell Forthofer surrendered just one hit in a complete-game, shutout effort, as the Blue Devils beat Sandy Creek, 7-0, Tuesday afternoon.
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Blue Devils trio signs NLIs Video included

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Three Columbus Blue Devil athletes signed national letters of intent on Tuesday. More>>

Pirates sweep delayed doubleheader with Southern Union Video included

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The top-ranked Chattahoochee Valley Pirates swept a doubleheader from conference foe Southern Union on Monday. More>>

Former Tide star McClain retires from NFL for second time

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Rolando McClain is retiring from the National Football League. More>>

SLIDESHOW: Auburn A-day 2014

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Check outthe pictures above for a photo recap of Auburn's A-day.For a full game recap, click here: Blue hammers White at Auburn's A-day More>>

Nick Marshall owns leadership role at Auburn Video included

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Now that A-Day is over for the Auburn Tigers, we can look back what we have learned from Auburn this spring, and most of the lessons are centered around the passing game. More>>

Nick Marshall shines in Auburn A-Day

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How do you repeat a Cinderella season? That is what the Auburn Tigers will be trying to do in the 2014 season. It was their passing attack that shined in A-Day. More>>

Bo Jackson ready for Bo Bikes Bama Video included

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A-Day weekend is here, and it is extra special for Auburn fans because the legend Bo Jackson is back for Bo Bikes Bama.   More>>

Kendrick Lady Cherokees get praise from UGA's Andy Landers Video included

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One of the best parts about winning a state championship is getting a full calendar year to show off your championship ring. More honors game to the Kendrick Lady Cherokee’s basketball team Friday. UGA coach Andy Landers helped present the Sportsvision awards in Columbus.  More>>

Two lady Blue Devils ink college letters of intent Video included

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Two Columbus Blue Devils signed their letters of intent to play in college next year, and both are leaving very strong programs back at Columbus High. Alexis Manning and Natalie Twyford are both going to play in the Peach Belt next season.  More>>

Headquarter Nissan Athletes of the Week: Glenwood Gators Soccer Video included

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Winning state championships has become the norm at Glenwood High School. The latest team to be crowned champions is members of the Glenwood High Girls soccer team. News 3’s Carlos Williams went to Glenwood to crown them Headquarter Nissan Athletes of the Week.   More>>

Murray looks healthy, impresses at pro day Video included

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By all accounts, Aaron Murray was quite impressive in his showing at Georgia’s Pro Day on Wednesday. More>>

Brookstone's Sanders signs with Georgia Southwestern

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Brookstone senior Graysen Sanders signed a national letter of intent to play college softball at Georgia Southwestern on Wednesday. More>>

Pirates take over nation's top spot

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The Chattahoochee Valley Pirates are the number 1 ranked team in the country in the latest NJCAA baseball poll. More>>

CSU breaks ground on world-class golf studio Video included

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Ground was broken on the site of the new Columbus State golf studio early Monday morning. More>>

Bubba Watson wins another green jacket at Augusta

One of golf's most exciting players squeezed most of the drama out of the Masters on Sunday. That's just fine with Bubba Watson. More>>

Snakes' season ends in 5-1 loss Video included

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The Columbus Cottonmouths season is over after a 5-1 loss to Pensacola. The Ice Flyers won the President’s Cup in a 2-0 series. The Snakes tried to play physical, but it was not enough.  More>>

Damien "Nighthawk" Daniels makes PIFL history as Lions cruise Video included

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History was made Friday night in The Jungle. More>>

Columbus gets second straight win Video included

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The Columbus High Blue Devils won their second game in as many days, shutting out Fayette County, 2-0. More>>

Smiths Station keeps playoff hopes alive, beats Central in extras Video included

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The Smiths Station Panthers beat the Central Red Devils, 3-2, in eight innings Thursday night. More>>

CSU baseball warming up, leads conference Video included

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The Columbus State baseball team looks like a different unit than they were at the start of the year. More>>

CVCC Pirates named Athletes of the Week Video included

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The Chattahoochee Valley Pirates continue to be one of the premiere junior college programs in the country, and are the winners of the Headquarter Nissan Athletes of the Week award. More>>

Snakes blasted in President's Cup opener

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The Columbus Cottonmouths ran into a buzz saw in Pensacola on Thursday night, dropping game one of the President's Cup finals, 9-1. More>>

Columbus shuts out LaGrange behind Greathouse's gem Video included

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The Columbus Blue Devils shut out the LaGrange Grangers, 2-0, in region 5-AAAA play Thursday afternoon. More>>

Plans announced for parade to honor Kendrick Lady Cherokees

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Plans have been announced for a paradeshowcasing the Lady Cherokees, the 2014 AA Georgia Basketball Champions.The parade is set for May 3, 2014, beginning at 10 am at the Phenix City Amphitheater/Colin Powell Parkway. Groups who want to participate can register their entries by calling (706) 565-2960, mailing Kendrick High School Celebration Parade, ATTN: Major Smith, 6015 Georgetown, Drive, Columbus, GA 31907, or faxing (706) 565-2971the attached application. More>>

Pearl adds former Columbia coach to Auburn staff

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Auburn head basketball coach Bruce Pearl has hired Todd Golden to be the Tigers' director of basketball operations. More>>

CVCC Pirates ranked second in the country

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The Chattahoochee Valley Pirate baseball team moved up in the latest NJCAA poll to no. 2 in the country late Tuesday. More>>

Golfers discuss missing Eisenhower tree at Masters Video included

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One hole on the Augusta National golf course will have a decidedly different look this year. It has graced Augusta National since the club opened in 1933, it grew from a small cosmetic enhancement to an obstacle so large and frustrating no less than a United States president asked for its removal.  More>>

Masters history lives in Craig and Kevin Stadler Video included

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The nasty weather moved out of Augusta Monday night, allowing patrons to return to Augusta National for the practice rounds of the Masters. Plenty of families travel to Augusta to enjoy the course, but, there is one golf family that is enjoying playing in the tournament.  More>>

Dufner adjusts to Masters patrons after PGA Title Video included

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Last year, Jason Dufner became the first Auburn alum to win a major on the PGA tour. Dufner comes to Augusta in 2014 as something of a fan favorite.  More>>

Mickelson praises Columbus caddy Bones Mackay Video included

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Day two of Masters week provided much better weather, meaning players were able to complete practice rounds. More>>

Weather, no Tiger means odd start for Masters week

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It was soggy, but Monday was the first day of Masters week in Augusta. It definitely wasn't the picture postcard day you imagine at Augusta National Golf Club. More>>

No Tigers means open season at the Masters

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So far this week, the most popular golfer has been one who isn't at the Masters. Tiger Woods is missing his first Masters since 1994.   More>>

Lions win home opener over Richmond Video included

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The Columbus Lions won their home opener over the Richmond Raiders 42-21. More>>

CSU Athletics Director departs to coach Francis Marion basketball team Video included

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Jay Sparks headed to Francis Marion University to become its head women’s basketball coach, CSU announces. More>>

Headed to the 'ship! Snakes sweep Havoc Video included

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For the first time since 2012, the Columbus Cottonmouths are headed back to the President’s Cup Finals. More>>

Columbus roars back to knock off Alexander Video included

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The Columbus Blue Devils beat Alexander, 13-9 in 5-AAAA play on Thursday. More>>

Smiths Station, Opelika split doubleheader Video included

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The Opelika Bulldogs and Smiths Station Panthers split an area baseball doubleheader Thursday afternoon. More>>

Loewen's 45 saves puts Snakes on brink of finals

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The Columbus Cottonmouths shut out the Huntsville Havoc, 1-0, in the first game of the second round of the SPHL playoffs. More>>

CSU soccer prepares for trip of a lifetime Video included

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For the second time in eight years, members of the Columbus State women’s soccer team will get the experience of a lifetime. More>>

Malzahn pleased with first scrimmage Video included

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Gus Malzahn addressed the media for the first time following Saturday's scrimmage on Tuesday morning.
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Columbus blanks Shaw Video included

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The Columbus Blue Devils shut out Shaw, 7-0, in 5-AAAA action Tuesday afternoon. More>>

Hardaway blows out Northside in game one, squeaks by in game two Video included

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The Hardaway Hawks swept a doubleheader from Northside in region 1-AAAAA play Monday afternoon. More>>

Greathouse pitches Columbus to 1-0 win over Troup Video included

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The Columbus Blue Devil baseball team beat Troup, 1-0, in region play Monday afternoon. More>>

Jason Dufner hosts celeb golf tourney Video included

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Jason Dufner got to combine two of his favorite things today: golf and Auburn. He put on the first Jason Dufner classic to raise money to fight child hunger.  More>>

Cottonmouths win playoff series against Peoria

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After getting shut out 2-0 in game one of their series with Peoria, the Columbus Cottonmouths scored ten goals in two games to move on to the SPHL semifinals. More>>

Auburn holds first scrimmage of the spring Video included

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Spring football is continuing for the Auburn Tigers. They had their first scrimmage of the spring Saturday.
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Teens break in to Auburn stadium, steal items belonging to Bo Jackson, Cam Newton and more Video included

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Items stolen include 2010 National Championship Game ball, Bo Jackson's jersey and Cam Netwon's helmet.

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Running Shaw Raiders named Athletes of the Week Video included

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The high school track season is in full swing and one team, the Shaw High Raiders, have established themselves as one of the best in the area.
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BCS Special: Road to the Championship

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News 3's Sports Director Jonathan Huskey, Dayne Young, Ben Bolton, David Hurst and the entire News 3 On Your Site Sports take a look back at Auburn's seasons, their preparations for the BCS Championship game and what the fans think in this BCS Special: "Road to the Championship." More>>

Central boys, girls sweep Opelika

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The Central boys and girls basketball teams each recorded region victories over Opelika at home on Friday night. More>>

Georgia family sets Christmas light display to Auburn fight song

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Christmas light display set to music, including Auburn University fight song. More>>

Troy athletic director John Hartwell says all the school's athletes be tested for drugs after a series of deaths and arrests struck the university. More>>

Thomas headed to Cooperstown along with Maddux and Glavine More>>

Auburn loses the BCS Championship against Florida State after a fourth quarter in which it was anyone's game in the final minutes. More>>

Auburn Tigers win SEC Championship; celebrations underway

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The Auburn Tigers have beaten the Missouri Tigers to claim the SEC title. More>>

Raw On-Demand: WRBL's SEC Championship Special

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On-demand video clips from WRBL News 3's Special Report: The Auburn Tigers, SEC Champs. More>>

Raw On-Demand: Gus Malzahn's post-SEC Championship news conference

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Raw video from part of Auburn Coach Gus Malzan's post-SEC Championship news conference. More>>

Mayor is looking to demolish "The Ted" and build middle class homes. More>>

The Atlanta Braves are leaving Turner Field and moving into a new stadium complex in Cobb County in 2017. More>>

Shaquille O'Neal Visits Carver High School Camp

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NBA star Shaquille O'Neal visits with Columbus basketball campers More>>

Alabama survives Ole Miss, will face LSU

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The Alabama Crimson Tide (34-25, 14-15 SEC) will take on the No. 2 ranked and second seeded LSU Tigers (49-9, 23-7 SEC) in a SEC Tournament elimination game on Friday. More>>

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  • Northside beats Hardaway, Harris County claims region title

    Northside beats Hardaway, Harris County claims region title

    Wednesday, April 23 2014 11:16 PM EDT2014-04-24 03:16:19 GMT
    The Northside Patriots beat Hardaway, 7-1, Wednesday afternoon in region 1-AAAAA baseball.
    The Northside Patriots beat Hardaway, 7-1, Wednesday afternoon in region 1-AAAAA baseball.
  • Columbus blanks Sandy Creek behind Forthofer's gem

    Columbus blanks Sandy Creek behind Forthofer's gem

    Tuesday, April 22 2014 11:18 PM EDT2014-04-23 03:18:40 GMT
    Columbus High's Russell Forthofer surrendered just one hit in a complete-game, shutout effort, as the Blue Devils beat Sandy Creek, 7-0, Tuesday afternoon.
    Columbus High's Russell Forthofer surrendered just one hit in a complete-game, shutout effort, as the Blue Devils beat Sandy Creek, 7-0, Tuesday afternoon.
  • Blue Devils trio signs NLIs

    Blue Devils trio signs NLIs

    Tuesday, April 22 2014 10:24 PM EDT2014-04-23 02:24:36 GMT
    Three Columbus Blue Devil athletes signed national letters of intent on Tuesday.
    Three Columbus Blue Devil athletes signed national letters of intent on Tuesday.
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  • Kosar believes he's off TV for slurred speech

    Kosar believes he's off TV for slurred speech

    Thursday, April 24 2014 12:04 PM EDT2014-04-24 16:04:40 GMT
    Former Browns quarterback Bernie Kosar believes he has been removed as a TV commentator for Cleveland's preseason games because of slurred speech he attributes to concussions sustained in the NFL.
    Former Browns quarterback Bernie Kosar believes he has been removed as a TV commentator for Cleveland's preseason games because of slurred speech he attributes to concussions sustained in the NFL.
  • Wiggins, Froome missing for Team Sky at Giro

    Wiggins, Froome missing for Team Sky at Giro

    Thursday, April 24 2014 11:14 AM EDT2014-04-24 15:14:27 GMT
    This year's Giro d'Italia will be missing two of cycling's biggest names after Bradley Wiggins and Chris Froome, the last two winners of the Tour de France, were left out of Team Sky's nine-man...
    This year's Giro d'Italia will be missing two of cycling's biggest names after Bradley Wiggins and Chris Froome, the last two winners of the Tour de France, were left out of Team Sky's nine-man lineup for...
  • Sharapova advances to Stuttgart quarterfinals

    Sharapova advances to Stuttgart quarterfinals

    Thursday, April 24 2014 10:25 AM EDT2014-04-24 14:25:17 GMT
    Top seed Agnieszka Radwanska defeated Italy's Roberta Vinci 6-3, 6-2 to book her quarterfinal place at the Porsche Grand Prix on Thursday.
    Defending champion Maria Sharapova defeated Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova 6-4, 6-3 on Thursday to set up a Porsche Grand Prix quarterfinal clash with top-seeded Agnieszka Radwanska.
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