Sports Insider covers big day in college football plus insights on even more

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Credit: Jason Getz / Jason.Getz@ajc.com

This week’s Sports Insider helps college football fans to break down the reasons Georgia ran away with the game against Tennessee in a No. 1 vs. No. 2 matchup that was Saturday’s marquee attraction in the sport — with opinion, reporting, keys to the game, video and more.

Fans will also find coverage of Georgia Tech’s third win under its interim coach, top games around the SEC and ACC and other Peach State schools as well.

The 59-page magazine also takes a look at how the Houston Astros won another World Series championship on Saturday night, why some baseball teams are changing what they eat and how some recreational teams are keeping the history of the sport alive.

Plus: Find out how NIL is making it easier for some college basketball players to stay on campus longer, how a teenager is shaking up the top of the pickleball ranks, why in-line skating is regaining popularity to help folks stay healthy, which teams benefitted at the NFL’s trade deadline, what makes it so tough to try to be the next Serena Williams (including why Coco Gauff might not want to make that her priority) — as well as plenty more to read all week long in the latest Sports Insider.

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To read this week’s Sports Insider, go to ajc.com/sportsinsider

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