With the Jacksonville State men's basketball team chasing a possible Ohio Valley Conference championship much of the season, it's easy to overlook the women's team. Read the full story
HAMPTON, Ga. — Clint Bowyer is something of a treasure for the folks who orbit around Planet NASCAR armed with notepads and microphones. Read the full story
One of the good things the Alabama High School Athletic Association does is making coaches and players report to the media room after regional and Final Four games to speak with reporters. Read the full story
HAMPTON, Ga. — Clint Bowyer is something of a treasure for the folks who orbit around Planet NASCAR armed with notepads and microphones.
One of the good things the Alabama High School Athletic Association does is making coaches and players report to the media room after regional and Final Four games to speak with reporters.
JACKSONVILLE — If you're a baseball traditionalist, the artificial turf that covers the field at Jacksonville State's new stadium may bother you a bit.
The Alabama High School Athletic Association regional basketball program cover reminds us what we’ve been fortunate to see in Jacksonville over the years.
Don't know how you can make it hard to select teams for state high school basketball playoffs, but Georgia apparently has figured it out.
Jacksonville State's baseball team will return to its home field Friday for its first regular-season game there since 2016, and you want to know one of the reasons they're happy to be back?
College football fans in the southeastern U.S. count our blessings. With the SEC plus Clemson, we sit at the power center of the sport we hold most dear.
There so much to like about having early and regular national signing days, and that was evident against Wednesday.
High school sports fans know his silky-southern-smooth voice. NASCAR fans know his silky-southern-smooth voice. Anybody who listened to WTDR Thunder 92.7 or WHMA’s “The Score” back in the day knows his voice.
JACKSONVILLE — Dear NCAA selection committee, we know you’ve heard of Ja Morant and Murray State. You probably heard about those 42 NBA scouts at the Murray-Belmont game last week.
JACKSONVILLE — Any folks who thought they could wander over to Pete Mathews Coliseum at about tipoff Thursday and still get a ticket to Jacksonville State's basketball game were out of luck.
Former Jacksonville State men's basketball coach James Green is a fine person who worked hard at his job, but if the purpose in firing him in 2016 wasn't just to win more ballgames but to rejuvenate interest in the program, it's worked — and then some.
At the risk of screaming into the drive-through car wash dryer, this could and, perhaps, should be a season for the Ohio Valley Conference to get more than its tournament champion in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament.
So, my turn at bat comes a day or two after nearly every Alabama-based writer with forum has wished Jalen Hurts well, upon news of his graduate-transfer to Oklahoma. I want to wish him well, beyond football success.
JACKSONVILLE — There was something about Jacksonville State’s come-from-behind victory over Belmont in overtime Thursday, something different in JSU’s team.
With Jalen Hurts heading to Oklahoma, that opens an interesting Alabama storyline for next season: who's going to back up Tua Tagovailoa?
Alabama’s Jalen Hurts hit the recruiting trail hard this past week, trying to figure out where he wanted to play. His whirlwind tour included trips to Maryland, Miami and Oklahoma in three days.
We watched Dabo Swinney make snow angels in confetti after his Clemson team won Monday’s College Football Playoff championship game. Those who have watched social media this week have probably seen quite a bit more of him.