I’ve thought and I’ve thought and I’ve thought about what in the world I want to use this space for today.
How the postponement of spring sports has affected spring sport athletes due to the coronavirus has been a major focus, and rightfully so.
Bo Nix grew up watching and loving Auburn football. He dreamed of one day leading the Tigers to the national championship as the starting quarterback. He has the skills to play the position in his DNA as well as orange and blue in his blood.
I should be using my column this week to praise Bruce Pearl on another trip to the Sweet 16 or lamenting an early exit from the NCAA Tournament. Either way, the 2019-20 season was probably his finest coaching job since arriving at Auburn.
There have been plenty of moments during my lifetime that have made me fall in love with the sports world. From the final play of winning a championship to the heartfelt moments seen at the smallest venues around the world, sports provide experiences to athletes and spectators that will last…
With the sports world shut down due to the coronavirus, leave it up to the NFL to scratch America’s competitive itch with big trades and signings that made social media gasp and awe amidst the pandemic, giving us the gift sports give best — a break from reality.
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Tom Brady and the New England Patriots have had more success in a 20-year span than any other team in the NFL’s 100-year history. Super Bowl trophies, MVP honors, AFC Championships — what hasn’t the Bill Belichick and Brady combination accomplished?
The Kansas City Chiefs stunned the sports world when they came back from a 20-10 deficit in the fourth quarter over the San Francisco 49ers. For the first time in half a century, the Chiefs are world champs and for the city and for Andy Reid, a huge weight has been lifted — no pun intended.
I am not sure how many times it has to be written about for people to start changing what they say but until I see those changes happen, I am going to keep writing about it. It used to just be a lazy way to insult someone and you could brush it off as a one-time thing but at this point, it’s…
Recently, I’m sure you’ve seen find plenty of stories of baseball writers pointing their fingers, condemning the managers, general managers and players with the Houston Astros and Boston Red Sox for their sophisticated electronic sign-stealing methods that enabled each franchise to win a Wor…
The Alabama men’s basketball team has had many opportunities to lose its last four games. In each of those contests, the Tide took a large lead, only to see it dwindle to near nothing.
I am not the type of person to doubt a woman’s word in a situation involving an unwanted sexual advance. Women have a hard enough time coming forward about a bad sexual experience without people coming out of the woodwork questioning their motives.
The table has been set in Miami for Super Bowl LIV with the AFC champion Kansas City Chiefs and the NFC champion San Francisco 49ers punching their tickets to the big dance in dominant fashion.
ESPN color commentator Todd Blackledge used to do a segment every time he called a football game known as “Taste of the Town.” He went go around to all his favorite local eateries in various college towns and pig out on a vast array of culinary delights.
It was recently brought to my attention someone overheard a fan say “Girls don’t count” when a local wrestler pinned a female during a match last week.
The LSU Tigers are National Champions for the first time in over a decade. With a 42-25 victory over Clemson, LSU capped off a record-setting season with a very impressive win over the defending champions.
With the 2020 National Signing Day rapidly approaching, I have seen several high school athletes make last-ditch efforts on social media to get their clips watched by coaches and recruiters from across the country. I enjoy seeing that passion come out of young student-athletes who do not wan…
Until I can properly digest the outcome of the national championship game between LSU and Clemson and this week’s basketball game between Auburn and Alabama, I’m taking a look back to 2019 and remembering some of the legendary sports figures who are no longer with us.