Here's hoping you enjoyed the fine weekend weather. Who knows what will be next?
Tracy Bleil doesn't remember exactly when she was told that she would be inducted into the Greater Chattanooga Sports Hall of Fame tonight at the Convention Center.
KNOXVILLE AND — Twenty seconds into Tennessee's rout of Vanderbilt on Saturday afternoon, Big Orange guard Antonio Barton swished a 3-pointer off the right side to give the Volunteers a 3-0 advantage that would become a 76-38 win.
The question in my email was simple and direct. It was 17 words that occupied my thoughts for most of the day:
Jay- for the mailbag, How can UTK work out a re-hire of Pearl, if NCAA says no since show-cause doesnt expire til August?
Gang, we're still looking for a mailbag question or three. Thanks for the great back and forth Wedneday — good times and way to stay above the family-oriented, interweb-based column threshold. (Or avoiding what JMC calls Clay's playground.)
When I grow old(er) I want to be just like John Disterdick. I want to have his energy and enthusiasm. I want his determination and dilligence. I really want his medals, ribbons and trophies.
Athletes are people, like you and me. They go to the store and pick up their kids and do normal stuff.
Athletes are people, like you and me. They just have an extreme skill, whether it's hitting a golf ball or shooting a basketball or being 266 pounds and running a 4.53 40.
For the first time in three decades, Buddy Nix wasn't on site to watch the close of the NFL combine Tuesday in Indianapolis. He instead viewed it from his Ooltewah home, content that endless television coverage and the detailed data he received each evening would suffice.
The combine has concluded, and yes, we're a little sad about that.
The combine concludes today. Yes, we're a little sad about that.
The ultimate winners and losers from this year's NFL draft combine won't truly be known until the first week in May.
It makes perfect sense that 10 days ago there was 8 inches of snow on the ground and the weekend was that nice. Perfect sense. In Haiti.
Some college basketball coaches almost never seem to get a bad break.