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Eight years ago while covering an Alabama-Tennessee game in Knoxville, I happened across a UT fan with his son outside the stadium.
It started innocently with a running play. Maybe Nick Saban was running out the clock to end the first half.
JACKSONVILLE — Wouldn't you know it? After Jacksonville State finished its rain-swept 34-28 win over Mercer on Saturday afternoon, the sun came out and shined on JSU Stadium.
JACKSONVILLE — Jacksonville State won its only home game of 2020 Saturday, beating Mercer 34-28 in a game marked by downpours and fumbles but lots of positives for the home team:
President Donald Trump’s hospitalization after testing positive for the coronavirus made me think twice about watching Sunday’s Talladega race in person.
He left Talladega blinded by the spotlight, clearly exhausted by an unprecedented turn of events. He was ensnared in what was either someone’s twisted attempt at humor or incredible obliviousness.
After all that the world has undergone in the past six months because of COVID-19, Saturday night in Missouri showed us something, well … normal.
This is the year Kevin Harvick deserves to be the NASCAR champion. This is the year he assures his status as first-ballot Hall of Famer.
Here’s a question for all who say Nick Saban, Kirk Herbstreit and any number of other sports figures speaking out about social injustice should stick to sports.
Back when Nick Saban first came to Alabama, I was sports editor of a different newspaper, and my Alabama beat writer at the time jokingly nicknamed Saban the "Dark Lord" for a variety of reasons.
I attended the University of Louisville for two years, before transferring to Western Kentucky for journalism. Georgetown practiced in UofL’s Crawford Gym during the 1985 Final Four, and I learned that the same moment I first glimpsed a bear of a man.
Former Piedmont football standout Carl Myers posted a Facebook tribute to late Bulldogs great Christian Cantrell on Friday, and it took me back.
A lot of y'all don't remember when college football national champions were decided by a poll, and it shows.