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As we prepare for the start of football practice, we have questions. Lots of questions. Do you have questions? Fire away — or call us on Press Row from 3-6 and we'll cover it there — and let's see if we can find some answers.

Gang, hope the weekend treated you as you deserved.

As everyone knows, you like soccer about as much as you like moltan lava poured on your junk (what you use for conception), but you have to give credit where credit is due.

UTC coach Russ Huesman joined us on Press Row on Wednesday, about three hours after his team was picked as the Southern Conference favorite.

Gang, remember the mailbag — we have a spot or two open today.

The 5-at-10 and the cast of characters that make up Press Row spent most of last week at SEC media days.

Boy, that was a profitable weekend for the McIlroy clan, eh?

Gang, well, we're here. We're like a week away from high school football practice starting and about 10 days from college practice beginning.

Gang, great stuff as normal. Enjoyed the week at the SEC media event. We cooked.

Nick Saban had the biggest crowd at SEC media days.

Live updates from SEC media days

Shhhh, we're about to wrap the SEC media days. Three days in the book. One monster day left.

HOOVER, Ala. — Four weeks from today — at 6 p.m. Eastern to be exact — the SEC Network will go live.

HOOVER, Ala. — Morning folks. Hey, remember the mailbag, we have a few spots open.

HOOVER, Ala. — Last year, Kevin Sumlin arrived at SEC football media days wondering what could happen next.

With his dreadlocks tucked back, A.J. Johnson embraced the gameplan for today.

We're up and rolling in Hoover, Ala. It's go time.

HOOVER, Ala. — Keyboards clicking. Screens glowing. Cameras popping.

From the satellite offices in Hoover, Ala., we bring you a fast-paced 5-at-10. (Notice we did not say, quick-worded.)

This time next week we'll be wrapping up SEC football media days, which start Monday. We'll have live coverage at timesfreepress.com and we'll have "Press Row" on ESPN 105.1 FM live from the event Monday through Thursday of next week.

This time next week we'll be wrapping up SEC media days, which start Monday.

This time next week we'll be neck deep in SEC media days, which start Monday. It's the unofficial start of the college football season.

This time next week we'll be neck deep in SEC media days, which start Monday. We'll have live coverage at timesfreepress.com and we'll have Press Row on ESPN 105.1 FM live from the event Monday through Thursday of next week.

Gang, hope this finds you well. Remember the mailbag for this Friday and we are less than a week from SEC media days. Wow.

The Atlanta Braves landed three players on the National League All-Star roster that was released Sunday.

From the "Talks too much" studios, let's stretch this thing out — it's almost go time.

We're going to keep our answers short (well, shortish) so buckle up and enjoy the holiday weekend.

Gang, great week and what fun we had here and on Press Row on 105.1 FM. Great times.

After smoking through the Phillies and the Mets, the Atlanta Braves are on a season-best seven-game winning streak.

Speeding into the holiday weekend, we have a spot or two open in the mailbag. Whatcha got?

Speeding into the holiday weekend, we have a spot or two open in the mailbag. Whatcha got?

Happy July 1. Remember the mailbag — it's on July 4th this year — and get ready for a sneaky busy sports day.

Hope your summer travels have been fun and energizing. (Side question: When did we get to the age when we need a vacation to recover from vacation? So it goes.)

And with that, we begin again.

In his first tournament since back surgery earlier this year, Tiger Woods posted a 3-over 74 at Congressional in the Quicken Loans National.

Big day. The draft. The World Cup. Vanderbilt awoke as a national champion in a men's sport.

Gang, we lost our way a little bit Tuesday. We got long-winded and focused on details. It happens. We're a sports writer.

Here we are. A day before the NBA draft, the league is faced with a situation in which the players ultimately are picking and choosing the teams for which they will play. The league is in a peculiar spot of players positioning and team machinations to the point that stars are aligning themselves.

Here we are. The spot of player positioning and team machinations to the point that stars are aligning themselves.

Now that was fun. Thanks soccer folks for including us — much props to the Twitter chat Sunday — @jgreesontfp — and the feedback. Good stuff.

Kirk Herbstreit, the former Ohio State quarterback and current ESPN college football analyst, will highlight Chattanooga's first Man Xpo on Saturday at Finley Stadium.

Great week, and loved the nickname back and forth on Thursday that got the comments into the 30s. Good stuff.

That's a shout out to our man Randy Newman, who had a hit with "I Love L.A." Not as big as his "I Hate Short People" and no where as lucrative as his works with Disney and PIxar, but still a catchy tune none the less.

We had a great interview with Kirk Herbstreit on Press Row on Tuesday. If you missed it, it will be in Sunday's Times Free Press.

Wow, we've been out of the saddle for a while and we appreciate the feedback even if we were not the most responsive over the last 10 days.

We're almost back in the saddle.

We'll be back to the regularly scheduled 5-at-10 next week, meaning we'll get to the back log of mail next Friday. We appreciate your patience.

Wow. It's June 12 — a day after Jomo's 29th birthday — and we have the start of the U.S. Open, the World Cup and a crucial Game 4 of the NBA Finals.

It's raining this morning on the Panhandle, and it leaves us with a handful of sports questions. Let's explore five of them as only we can.

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