A general view of the Georgia Bulldog's football field.ATHENS, GA – SEPTEMBER 6: Fans of the Georgia Bulldogs watch play against the Central Michigan Chippewas at Sanford Stadium on September 6, 2008 in Athens, Georgia. (Photo by Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images)Five-star linebacker Nakobe Dean is the latest elite prospect off the board on National Signing Day. Dean revealed his commitment moments ago.Dean is heading to Georgia. The Horn Lake (Miss.) product chose the Bulldogs over Ole Miss, Alabama, LSU and others.He announced the news during ESPNU’s National Signing Day special.BREAKING: 5-star Nakobe Dean picks #UGA. #Dawgs beat Ole Miss, Alabama, LSU, and Texas A&M for the nation’s No. 1 inside linebacker https://t.co/pYSUn2xiVM pic.twitter.com/mEuguB1L4c— Kipp Adams (@KippLAdams) December 19, 2018Dean is the No. 1 inside linebacker in the 2019 class, and the 14th-ranked player overall according to 247Sports’ Composite Rankings.His teammate, four-star defensive back Raydarius Jones, committed to LSU today, so the two will be seeing each other on the field in the future.National Signing Day is rolling along, and there are a few more major recruits left to announce.Stick with The Spun for the latest updates. read more

LAS VEGAS — The Latest on former U.S. Sen. Harry Reid’s lawsuit against the maker of an exercise band (all times local):1:25 p.m.An attorney for an exercise band maker challenged former U.S. Sen. Harry Reid about his truthfulness after he testified that an eye injury he blames on the company led him not to run for re-election in 2016.TheraBand attorney Laurin Quiat on Friday showed Reid saying in a 2015 video announcement that his decision had “absolutely nothing to do with” his injury.Reid answered that he didn’t want people to think he was incapacitated while Democratic minority leader.Reid has told jurors that he spun and fell face-first against cabinets in his bathroom when a flexible device he’d looped around a shower door handle slipped from his grip as he exercised.Quiat questioned Reid about initially saying that the band broke and that it had been mounted to a “sturdy object” or hook in the bathroom wall.___10:45 a.m.Former U.S. Sen. Harry Reid has testified that his political career was cut short by a 2015 eye injury that he blames on an exercise band maker.The 79-year-old longtime Democratic leader told a jury hearing his lawsuit Friday that his eye and face injuries were “the main factor” in not seeking a sixth Senate term in 2016.Reid told jurors Thursday that he spun and fell face-first against cabinets in his bathroom when a flexible TheraBand device he’d looped around a shower door handle slipped from his grip as he exercised.A company lawyer says Reid misused the device and the company isn’t at fault.Reid is suing Ohio-based Hygenic Corp. for damages. He claims civil negligence and failure to warn the public that the device is dangerous.___This story has been corrected to show that Reid also testified Thursday.The Associated Press read more