As teams start to make moves in the open waters of NFL free agency, there are two trends we need to explore.
JAY GREESON: Barry, I'm not sure where we should begin. This could be a Kentucky basketball moment or Coach K. We could be one-and-done with this puppy, or it may be something that takes off. Either way, because it involves their kids, there's no fan base more passionate. Well, other than Alabama football, of course.
Where do we begin on this March 10, the 74th birthday of Chuck Norris?
Back on Nov. 12 of last year inside Chicago's United Center, then No. 2 Michigan State outlasted then No. 1 Kentucky 78-74, prompting the following quote from losing coach John Calipari:
The Southeastern Conference men's basketball standings tell a big, fat lie this morning.
Great questions gang. Truly superb.
KNOXVILLE — Tennessee football coach Butch Jones made the observation near the close of Thursday's pre-spring-practice news conference.
Kind souls and 5-at-10 regulars, remember the mailbag and what could be a fun Friday.
It had the makings of a turning point for the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga women's basketball team. A bad turning point.
The 10-second rule has come and gone for now.
The 10-second rule will come up again this week.
If the NCAA men's basketball tournament began this week, ESPN bracketologist Joe Lunardi believes four Southeastern Conference teams — Arkansas, Florida, Kentucky and Tennessee — would make the 68-team field.
Who knew we'd have a movie-related possible theme show on the day after the day after the Oscars? So it goes.
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.