Morning. Hope you stayed dried and said hello to Noah — he's doing the Lord's work after all.
If the National League playoffs began today, the Atlanta Braves would be dusting off their golf clubs. A mere three games over .500 heading into Sunday night's 4-3 win over Oakland, losers of 12 of their last 17 before ESPN's television cameras arrived for the series finale, the Braves currently stand third for the NL's two wildcard spots, and they've been going backwards.
Ask 100 college football fans what they like best about the sport and chances are you'll get 100 different answers.
Hey, Mr. Talks A Lot, didn't you say we could win stuff?
KNOXVILLE — At Vanderbilt, the new SEC Network cameras were supposed to visit a women's soccer game Thursday evening.
Gang, remember the Alamo. And the mailbag.
ATLANTA — In a little less than an hour, the rampaging Los Angeles Dodgers would face the reeling Atlanta Braves at Turner Field.
Gang, Friday's mailbag is on the horizon. Whatcha' got?
Gang, remember the mailbag.
Gang, buckle up for a fast week. Seriously.
Could all this gnashing of teeth and nibbling of nails about the future of professional golf have been a tad bit of wasted energy and angst?
On Saturday afternoon at the sauna known as Finley Stadium, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga football team did what college football teams do this time of year. It scrimmaged, the humidity be darned.
I listen to your show on the radio every day on the way home from work. You guys are great -- I would like some more Vandy talk but you and David know your stuff for sure.
OK, this is pretty surreal. It's voting day in Hamilton County; it's the first day of school and our oldest starts first grade (monster deal and apparently he's the only one not freaking out).
Happy Wednesday. It's not as good as Thursday, but better than Tuesday.