When you think of combinations that don't often mix well, jocks and cops typically are up there with liver and ice cream, Chuck Fleischmann and Weston Wamp, Alabama and Auburn.
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.
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.
One-hundred and sixty miles to the southwest, at the Southeastern Conference's annual football media event, they've spent much of this week discussing and dissecting the schools every young player reportedly wants to play for. At least almost every young player.
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.
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.)
Madison Hayes certainly hopes she wins her 12-under age group's top prize during today's Pitch, Hit & Run competition at Minneapolis's Target Field prior to tonight's Home Run Derby on ESPN.
Fifteen teams; 982 swimmers. Eighty events spanning 10 age groups, boys and girls. Two states.
South Beach or South Russell? Bikinis or blankets? Surfboards or snow shovels?
American pro cyclist Tejay Van Garderen spoke for many of the riders after Friday's stage wrapped up the first week of the Tour de France.