Aaron Murray's last home game as a Georgia Bulldog has now become his final game ever in the red and black. The University of Georgia reports Murray suffered a a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in his left knee in the 59-17 win over Kentucky and will undergo surgery at St. ...
WSB Sports director Tony Schiavone will be in Jacksonville for his 13th Georgia-Florida game, and he says the best seat is not always the one in the stadium.
As the Georgia Bulldogs edge closer to the annual battle with the Florida Gators, the news keeps getting better on the injury front. According to head coach Mark Richt, both sophomore strong safety Josh Harvey-Clemons and freshman safety Tray Matthew will be able to play in the game in Jacksonville. ...
WSB Sports Director Tony Schiavone says when it comes to great football atmospheres in the SEC, Vanderbilt Stadium is not it.
The Atlanta Braves have made a surprising coaching move. Third-base coach Brian Snitker has been named the manager of the Triple-A Gwinnett Braves, and Doug Dascenzo has been named as Atlanta’s third-base coach for 2014. Snitker has been Atlanta's third base coach for seven years and is regarded as one ...
WSB Sports Director Tony Schiavone was on hand at Dodger Stadium during the heartbreaking loss in game four of the 2013 NLDS. He says unfortunately this was probably the last time for Brian McCann in a Braves uniform.
WSB Sports Director Tony Schiavone, reporting from Los Angeles, says the Dodgers not only whipped the Braves in Game Three of the NLDS, but the Dodger fans made a mockery of the team and the "chop."
Major League Baseball has announced the start time for the first two games of the National League Division Series between the Atlanta Braves and Los Angeles Dodgers. Game one, set for this Thursday, October 3 at Turner Field, will have a first pitch of 8:37 p.m. Game two, which will ...
WSB's Tony Schiavone says, like most games in the SEC, the LSU game will be won or lost at the line of scrimmage
WSB's Tony Schiavone says it's too early to tell if David Hale, who makes his Atlanta Braves debut Friday night at Turner Field, will be a great Major League pitcher. But he says, Hale's future will not depend on how he throws a baseball.
WSB Sports Director Tony Schiavone says because of the loss to Clemson, Dawg fans are over-thinking the upcoming game with South Carolina.
Despite a disappointing 38-35 loss in the season opener at Clemson, and a thigh injury that nagged him most of the night, Georgia sophomore tailback Todd Gurley has been named the SEC Offensive Player of the Week. He was also named the National Running Back of the Week by the ...
WSB Sports Director Tony Schiavone still feels that Mark Richt is the right man for the job; a year after the Dawgs fell 5 yards short of a national championship.
The Georgia State Patrol reports a 16-year old male student, Jacob Little, from Monroe High School was hit and killed by three vehicles this morning. Little was riding his skateboard as was hit when he went to retrieve the board after he lost control. He was hit by an initial ...
WSB Sports Director Tony Schiavone has been witness to hundreds and hundreds of live versions of the Star Spangled Banner. And, he says, most have been horrible.
WSB Sports Director Tony Schiavone says the years covering and watching Chipper Jones with the Atlanta Braves were an unforgettable pleasure, but hopefully Chipper's not completely done with baseball.
WSB Sports Director Tony Schiavone says the most dangerous person alive is not who you might think. It just might be your next door neighbor.
WSB Sports Director Tony Schiavone says the fastest growing sport in the country, by far, is lacrosse. This weekend, metro Atlanta will see first hand how big it has become, and how much bigger it can be.
WSB Sports Director Tony Schiavone goes back in time to relive some of his memories of calling play by play of minor league baseball. And some memories are so thick you can smell them.
WSB Sports Director Tony Schiavone says the announcement last week that Major League Baseball is ready for a "vast expansion" of video reviews in 2014 has signaled the beginning of the end of umpires as we know them.