HOOVER — SEC Media Days doesn't last as long for coaches and players as it does for reporters scattered throughout The Wynfrey Hotel in Hoover, but it's no less busy.
A few of the Shoals area’s top girls basketball players continue to pile up scholarship offers during the busy summer season.
HOOVER — You had to be listening closely to catch them. Gus Malzahn isn’t the type of person who would take a public shot at anyone, basically ever.
HOOVER — Two Southeastern Conference Western Division programs hope transfer quarterbacks can give them a boost in the standings.
HOOVER — Everybody talks about it in team sports. Coaches look for it and apparently players need it. There also can be a direct correlation between wins and losses and teams that have good leadership and ones that don’t.
HOOVER — Two of the most excruciating losses in recent Georgia football history have come against the same team on two of college football’s biggest stages.
HOOVER — Jeremy Pruitt was in the midst of his 21-minute opening monologue Tuesday at SEC Football Kickoff Media Days when he mentioned Myra Miles, the former Brooks High School coach who eventually became the athletic director at Hoover High School.
ARLINGTON, Texas — Lincoln Riley has already won consecutive Big 12 titles and been to the College Football Playoff twice with different Heisman Trophy-winning quarterbacks in his two seasons as Oklahoma's head coach.
HOOVER — It might have been among the biggest surprises in college football’s offseason — Missouri’s roster remained intact after the school got hammered by the NCAA’s Committee on Infractions for academic violations in the athletic department.
HOOVER — Kelly Bryant squinted so much that his eyes were nearly closed inside the main ballroom at SEC Media Days on Monday, adjusting to both the bright lights shining into his face and the 30 or so reporters that rushed to surround his table in the far-left corner of the room.
AUBURN — At this time last year, there was probably no position on the team that faced more questions than running back. The early departures of Kerryon Johnson and Kamryn Pettway left Auburn with a very inexperienced group trying to fill their large shoes: