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Once again the nation is looking to Chattanooga.
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga junior quarterback Jacob Huesman is included on the Walter Payton Award watch list for the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision's top offensive player in 2014.
Another set of Learn to Row classes begins Monday at the William G. Raoul Rowing Center, and spots remain.
Rick Floyd sank his fourth hole-in-one last Thursday at Brainerd, while playing with Ronnie Tucker, Charlie Hill and Ray Best. The ace was a 125-yarder on No. 14, and he used a 9-iron.
The National Junior College Athletic Association released its all-academic teams for the 2013-14 school year this week, and Chattanooga State was represented in both baseball and softball.
In all the excitement over the Ironman triathlon's Chattanooga debut on the last Sunday of this September, perhaps some people have forgotten about the city's existing big-deal triathlon on the last Sunday in June.
Chattanooga State basketball coach Jay Price has had considerable recruiting success this year in the Atlanta and Tallahassee areas. Six of his seven men's signees came from near the Georgia and Florida capitals.
Ringgold resident Sport Allmond qualified Monday at Old Fort Golf Club in Murfreesboro for the U.S. Junior Amateur next month at The Woodlands, Texas, near Houston.
Recent Rhea County High School graduate Gloria Pascual has signed a letter of intent to join the Dalton State College cross country program.
It's been a while, and since we started drifting away from our daily Atlanta Braves report on "Press Row" on ESPN Radio 105.1, the Braves started drifting away from the top spot in the National League East. So maybe we're to blame.