Top 10 most popular stories from Oct. 7-13

Below are the top 10 most viewed stories during the week of Oct. 7-13, 2013 on the Gwinnett Daily Post website. Click on the link to see what you may have missed.

» Pollack draws attention after playoff committee comments

ESPN’s David Pollack, a former star football player at Shiloh and UGA, made headlines over the weekend with his comments about the makeup of the college football playoff committee.

» Alleged drunk driver plows into Taco Bell — four times

An underage drunk driver reportedly crashed his silver SUV, left, into the Taco Bell restaurant several times early Sunday morning. He was arrested and charged with multiple felonies.

» CEO of Gwinnett Center remains in 'fair condition'

Preston Williams, CEO of the Gwinnett Center and Explore Gwinnett, was in fair condition Tuesday at Gwinnett Medical Center.

» Cops: Toddler left home alone, strapped into car seat

Three people were arrested after a 2-year-old boy and 1-year-old girl were found in a Duluth home, with filthy diapers and horrible diaper rash.

» GCPS names 6 Teacher of the Year finalists

Gwinnett County Public Schools has announced Teacher of the Year finalists for the annual award that will be given on Nov. 7.

» Another Gwinnett mall faces debt challenge

Sugarloaf Mills, a Lawrenceville mall, was transferred into mortgage servicing after problems paying back its loan, according to a report.

» Sale of Gwinnett Place Mall in the works

A private real estate equity firm based Las Vegas is reportedly acquiring the Duluth property.

» Dacula pastor Ron Sailor Sr. remembered for love, wit

The well known-face and voice died Oct. 6 of an apparent heart attack. He was 61.

» Streak finally over for Meadowcreek football team

Mustangs snapped a 53-game losing streak -- notching its first win since 2008.

» North rallies, shocks Hawks with huge comeback

Mill Creek loses a big lead late and falls short in its bid to upset the state’s No. 1 team on Friday night.