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By Andrew P. Napolitano
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Shawn Williams
The Bulldogs stuffed the third-ranked Gators from every angle, forcing six turnovers in a 17-9 victory Saturday that left them on the cusp of the Southeastern Conference championship game.
Despite winning records this year that have delighted their long-suffering fans, it seems the Washington Nationals and the Baltimore Orioles still can't get much respect — including from the federal government.
The Southeastern Conference suspended two Georgia players and one Vanderbilt player on Wednesday for the first halves of their next games as punishment for incidents in the Bulldogs' 33-28 win on Saturday.
Texas redshirt freshman guard Shawn Williams is quitting the team,
It was our first time playing against one another," said junior forward Shawn Williams, chuckling at the memory. "I expected a little rust, but I think with him being around NBA guys, it was a little different."
The Nats' and Orioles' impressive starts to the 2012 season notwithstanding, it's doubly unfortunate for fans in the South who may be struggling financially, Mr. Williams said.