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Based in Atlanta, GA - Rick Limpert is an award-winning writer, a best-selling author, and a featured sports travel writer.

Named the No. 1 Sports Technology writer in the U.S. on Oct 1, 2014.


School Officials want Bowden out After 2009

Off to their worst start since Coach Bobby Bowden's first year in 1976, Florida State appears ready to move on without Bowden after 2009.

The Seminoles are 2-3 in the Atlantic Coast Conference.  In the conference they are 0-2 with a game against ranked Georgia Tech this coming weekend.  Jimbo Fisher, the offensive coordinator and coach in waiting might or might not take over.

Bowden has three fewer wins than Joe Paterno on the all time wins list.  He commented Saturday that he has no plans to retire.  Among the higher ups frustrated with Bowden and Fisher are the Board of Trustees.

The Trustees themselves cannot hire or fire coaches, but they have significant influence over the school president.


Will Facebook be Bigger than Google?

I don't think so, but this is an interesting read.


Facebook is going to try to be your one stop shopping on the internet.  I personally don't want to trust Facebook with that much of my personal information.


Atlanta Rainfall Amounts not as Heavy as First Thought

Looks like Metro Atlanta dodged a bullet as the rain that started Sunday is not going to be as heavy as forecasters predicted.

The temps will be cool and in the 60's on Monday as the rain tapers off.  Tuesday's high is about 74.



Zombieland - Filmed in Atlanta is #1

Earning $25 million, Zombieland, which was filmed all over Metro Atlanta and Georgia topped the box office this weekend.


Zombieland stars Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, and Abigail Breslin. 


More rain on the way for Metro Atlanta

Metro Atlanta is under a flood watch until Monday evening.  Some areas a predicted to get as much a 4 inches of rain.  With many of the creeks and streams full from the massive downpours of a couple weeks ago, any significant rain could cause flooding and hazardous travel.

A low pressure system moving into the area carrying Gulf moisture will bring a 100% chance of rain Sunday evening.  In addition, thunderstorms are in the forecast for North Georgia for Tuesday and Wednesday.