ATLANTA — Gus Malzahn said it. Said it after victory most sweet. And improbable. And unbelievable.
Butch Jones' first year was filled with highs and lows. There was the high of beating South Carolina and the continued euphoria around a recruiting class that has rival fans scratching their heads.
ATLANTA — Auburn coach Gus Malzahn swears that while the rest of War Eagle Nation loudly celebrated last Saturday evening's stunning win over archrival Alabama, he hunkered down in his office to begin watching tape of Missouri, this afternoon's opponent in the Southeastern Conference championship game.
Gang, it's been a crazy week, and if you are not listening to Press Row, well, that's your loss. You can listen on the timesfreepress.com main page starting at 3 p.m. today. Giddy-up.
The University of Tennessee Vols landed another major commitment Wednesday when five-star wide receiver Josh Malone picked UT over a host of power programs.
The most improbable SEC title game ever — Missouri and Auburn were picked before the season to finish 10th and 11th in the league — has to feature a bevy of things that could surprise.
Gang, hope you are stoked for a weekend that could be fantabulous. We are.
Just exactly what Florida state attorney Willie Meggs will announce at 2 p.m. today regarding his office's investigation into sexual assault allegations against Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston remains a mystery.
Hope this finds you well, and we think everyone knows what day it is — Mike, Mike, Mike, Mike.
To paraphrase that early Bowl Championship Series supporter Billy Shakespeare, could there be the slightest chance that we all doth protest too much regarding the BCS process?
Leave it up to the Atlanta Falcons to win a game they need to lose and lose the games they need to win. So it goes.
Gang, thanks so much to the slew of you who have offered up kind words for the restart of Press Row. We're going to have UTC hoops coach Will Wade today around 4 p.m., so give us a listen from 3-6 p.m. on ESPN 105.1 FM.
ATHENS, Ga. — The next time someone tells you they don't play quality basketball in the Southeastern Conference, remind them that while No. 18 UCLA did indeed lead the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga by 22 points at halftime last week, Georgia led the Mocs by 30 at Monday night's intermission.
The Iron Bowl has been hashed and debated and plucked to unforeseen levels — it was the topic of the first 30 minutes of the Sunday morning "SportsCenter" with a full day of NFL on tap, for crying out loud.
Well, hope this finds you with a limited case of the Mondays — although after the extended holiday weekend and the feast of football that was overwhelming and outstanding, if you are a little sluggish this morning, we get it.