President Barack Obama calls Amelia Boynton Robinson a “dedicated and courageous leader” who committed herself to the simple idea that everyone deserves the right to vote. The prominent civil rights activist died Wednesday. She was […]
Ohio State is the first unanimous preseason No. 1 in The Associated Press college football poll. The defending national champion Buckeyes received all 61 first-place votes from the media panel in the rankings released Sunday. […]
By John Michaels Ohio St is a huge favorite to repeat in 2015 as National Champions in college football. Urban Meyer has a loaded club once again, with weapons on both sides of the ball. […]
Guide to five of the most important cities to visit in the South for music lovers
It’s a ledge, but then anyone can stand on it. So since it’s there, might as well toe the line and see what happens. 5 Bold Predictions for 2015 College Football 5 – “A RUNNING […]
SEC Media Days are finished and the ACC is ready to start up which means we jump to closer to “toe meets leather” and another glorious CFB season. These are your Top 5 storylines for […]
By John Michaels Top 5 Things Learned at SEC Media Days… So Far… 5. Vernon Hargraves likes to talk, but he’s also not afraid of a challenge. He said the guy he can’t wait to […]
Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley has proclaimed Tuesday as “Go Set a Watchman” Day in the state to honor the release of Harper Lee’s new novel.
This Monday marks the unofficial start to the College Football season with SEC Media Days taking place in Hoover, Alabama. So let’s start prepping for the season as I rank the SEC QBs based upon […]
Gov. Robert Bentley said removing four Confederate flags from the state Capitol was the “right thing to do” and that the state didn’t need to go through a fight over the banners.