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GPB highlights Gwinnett football

Six Gwinnett County high school football games will be featured on broadcasts, either on TV or on the web, this season by Georgia Public Broadcasting.

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Old rivalry gets new venue

John Small and Todd Wofford hung toward the back amidst the group of 12 high school football coaches in the underbelly of the Georgia Dome on Tuesday afternoon.

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UGA's King in NFL draft

ATLANTA -- Former Georgia tailback Caleb King says he is entering the NFL's supplemental draft.

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Pack of locals invited to FBU's Top Gun event

Ten Gwinnett high school football players have accepted invitations to the July 21-23 Top Gun event, which is run by Football University.

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Pack of locals invited to FBU's Top Gun event

Ten Gwinnett high school football players have accepted invitations to the July 21-23 Top Gun event, which is run by Football University. The camp will feature more than 1,000 of the nation’s top high school football players.

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Sturdivant to play in world championships

Former Parkview and SMU standout Joey Sturdivant is one of 39 players picked for the U.S. Men's National Football Team, which will play July 8-16 in Austria for the International Federation of American Football Senior World Championships.

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Spring High School Football Capsules

REGION 7-AAAAA

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Bulldogs firm up football schedule

North Gwinnett and Grayson filled in the last gap in their football schedules this week, securing contracts from opponents for the Bulldogs’ annual Progessive National Football Challenge.

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Three Gwinnett players nominated for U.S. Army game

Three Gwinnett football players who are rising seniors — Buford’s Vadal Alexander and Dillon Lee, along with Norcross’ Jason Croom — are among the 32 Georgia players nominated for this prestigious U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

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NFL still in lockout limbo

The 2011 season, and the business between 32 teams and their thousands of anxious players, is in a holding pattern. With more court fights and appeals expected, the NFL said it needed ''a few days to sort this out'' and provide some rules for everyone to follow.

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