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CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Joe Shamblin was up most of Monday night, battling through a gut-wrenching virus.

Now it's the secondary under the microscope at top-ranked Alabama.

HOOVER, Ala. — Florida won 11 games, shut down Johnny Football and beat Florida State in Tallahassee during the 2012 college football season, but the Gators are having a difficult time calling the year a success.

HOOVER, Ala. — Though he was the last coach to step to the podium at Southeastern Conference media days on Tuesday, Steve Spurrier qui

The Chattanooga Lookouts have mixed feelings about lunchtime starts, but their performance in early games is anything but mixed.

On the drive home from his first game as head basketball coach at Notre Dame High School, Brad Harris wondered if he had made the right career choice.

My name is Anne Braly, and I am a chocoholic. I suppose there's no better time to admit this than right before Valentine's Day, when chocoholics come out of their sweet closets.

Both teams had first-round byes. Baylor was a No. 2 seed in its half of the bracket, Ensworth a No. 1. Baylor defeated McCallie 28-14 and Battle Ground Academy 33-14; Ensworth won over Montgomery Bell Academy 35-14 and Brentwood Academy 20-19.

South Pittsburg coach Vic Grider has been reduced to repeating himself when he speaks about Pirates running back Raquis Hale. He has apparently run out of accolades.

KNOXVILLE — As the University of Tennessee athletics beat writer for The Chattanooga Times Free Press, one of my constant assignments is following the careers of players from our three-state coverage area. Typically, by the time a tri-stater is a senior, I know them pretty well. Baylor School graduate Kevin Cooper is no exception.

KNOXVILLE — Friday’s Times Free Press sports section will have a feature story on University of Tennessee senior offensive lineman Jarrod Shaw. Shaw, who considered quitting football to focus on his Masters degree after getting benched early last season by former UT head coach Lane Kiffin, has quietly been a vital Volunteer under new head man Derek Dooley.

Hey, somebody plunk those guys at Signal Mountain in the ribs, make sure they're awake and them emphasize to them that they're in the playoffs.

KNOXVILLE — You can’t cover major college sports these days without covering controversy.

KNOXVILLE — Many people close in any capacity to the University of Tennessee football program know the academic story of Gerald Williams. Well, they know how it started.

Brentwood High School won District 11-AAA but is a No. 8 seed playing on the road in Round 1 of the TSSAA football playoffs Friday.

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