The preseason All-Ohio Valley Conference football released last week includes UT Martin’s Troy Cook at quarterback, but who could blame anyone for accidentally putting down Eli Jenkins by accident. Read the full story
Clemson beat Alabama in Columbia, S.C., on Oct. 25, 1905, and at the time, according to University of Alabama research, newspaper writers typically referred to the football team as the “Varsity,” “Crimson White” or “Thin Red Line.” Read the full story
Clemson beat Alabama in Columbia, S.C., on Oct. 25, 1905, and at the time, according to University of Alabama research, newspaper writers typically referred to the football team as the “Varsity,” “Crimson White” or “Thin Red Line.”
It’s exciting to see Jacksonville State’s baseball team start the season 9-0 in Ohio Valley Conference play. It’s fun to see the softball Gamecocks open at 7-0 in the league.
Philip Pearson’s head coaching record is a rather ordinary 6-7, but if he chooses to apply for the Jacksonville State job, athletics director Greg Seitz should hire him.
Boston Globe columnist and TV broadcaster Bud Collins died Friday at 86, and those of us of a certain generation knew him well for his enthusiastic and colorful tennis commentary, especially from Wimbledon.
Maybe Jacksonville State softball coach Jana McGinnis’ best move for Wednesday’s game against Alabama came long before the first pitch was thrown.
Alabama doesn’t like to play in-state teams in football or basketball (other than Auburn), but thankfully, other sports aren’t part of that ban.
The Jacksonville State University community is richer today for school president John Beehler ripping the "interim" tag off athletics director Greg Seitz's title.
Although we love to bash those Internet recruiting services when some high-rated prospect turns out to be a bust, they actually get it right a whole lot more often than they don’t.
The old hat trick that college prospects often use to let the world know where they’re attending school is, well, old hat.
Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh has taken plenty of heat for apparently pulling a scholarship offer from an offensive line recruit, but how do we know plenty of major college football coaches aren’t operating the same way?
It’s good to know that pro football fans are catching on to what we saw Jan. 9 when North Dakota State beat our local university, Jacksonville State, 37-10 for the FCS championship.
Greatness endures, and because of that, we didn’t need today’s anniversary of Bear Bryant’s death to remind us of the career of college football’s greatest coach.