Remember Friday's mailbag and to get in your NASCAR picks for the contest.
Remember Friday's mailbag and to get in your NASCAR picks for the contest below.
Don't forget Friday's mailbag and we're shooting for a ton of folks in the NASCAR contest.
We're back. Not a Jack Nicholson back in "The Shining" or even a Michael Corleone back in "Godfather III" but more a Cousin Eddie back in Christmas Vacation. "That there is what you call an RV... Now don't go falling in love with it Clark, we're taking it with us when we leave next month."
ORLANDO, Fla. -- Morning, gang. From the Disney Studios 5-at-10 satellite office, let's get to a top-five mailbag. Let's do work on vacation, which means it is a working vacation. Work it. Vacation.
ORLANDO, Fla. -- Morning gang. From the Disney Studios 5-at-10 satellite office, let's get two. Or five. Pool, pond... Pond would be good for you.
ORLANDO, Fla. -- Morning gang. From the Disney Studios 5-at-10 satellite office, let's make some Magic (Kingdom).
ORLANDO, Fla. -- Morning gang. Nice job playing nice on Monday.
ORLANDO, Fla. -- Morning gang, we are live from the 5-at-10 studios here at Disney World. The rent is pretty steep, but the grounds are nice and there are famous folks everywhere.
Gang, we've had an awesome week. Thanks. We're still looking for top-five lists for next week when the 5-at-10 clan is at Disney hanging with Mickey and his gang.
Gang, remember Friday's mailbag, and we hope you had a very Merry ReCruitmas. Let's review.
The 5-at-10 went live early today to celebrate one of college football holidays.
Nick Saban and Alabama have put together a modern day college football dynasty that may be the best in the history of the sport.
Super conclusion to another super season
The Super Bowl has become so big it's actually become a synonym for "grandest." The Super Bowl of meetings or the Super Bowl of Super Bowl parties are not uncommon references.
Maybe it's the influx of new coaching staffs at roughly a third of the football programs in the Southeastern Conference.
Another great week. Thanks gang. And in truth, it's hard to remember a Super Bowl in which the game created less buzz than this one. We got no serious Super Bowl questions — got a few about Beyonce's halftime show, and for what it's worth, we say she kills it come Sunday night around 8:30. KILLS it.
Gang, remember about our mailbag Friday, and if you have any specific recruiting questions, fire away.
If the athletes get to share in the TV money, college sports as we know them will end. Period. The numbers have already been extrapolated and stretched to the point that the big-boy schools already are not willing to share with other institutions that number in the dozens. To share with athletes in men's basketball and football that would total in the tens of thousands — and that's assuming colleges and athletic programs are not forced to back pay the hundreds of thousands of athletes from previous years — could kill the college sports model.
Tiger Woods is not the new No. 1. He has always been the dominant player of his generation.
Here we go, and thanks for a slew of great questions.
OK gang, been a rocking week. Let's finish the drill and remember Friday's mailbag.
We love the draft. You know this. We love the ever-changing nature of the way it plays out. We love the merging merits of need vs. best player available.
Now that we have 1.5 meaningful football games left — the Super Bowl of course, and this weekend's Senior Bowl counts as half (the Pro Bowl is dead to us) — we're faced with the divergent sports road. Do we:
Gang, we're making a New Year's pledge to not talk as much. And that pledge starts tomorrow. Seriously, we had a lot to say today, and here we go. Buckle up, it's going to get wordy up in here.
Gang, another great week and thanks for playing along. Feel free to reply to any of the questions below. Here we go with more, and we're still debating our NFL playoff picks for Sunday.
You certainly know the story by now — All-American linebacker and Heisman runner-up Manti Te'o's reported tale about a Stanford-educated girlfriend who died of leukemia in September was a hoax, and the girl never existed.
Gang, strong effort Tuesday. Remember the mailbag Friday, and we're looking at going with 10 questions and shorter answers, so fire away.
If Whitney was right, and we're to believe that children are our future and we must teach them well and let them lead the way, what is the lesson about Lance Armstrong: Every one makes mistakes? It's never too late to tell the truth? Confession is good for the soul? Do you go old-school NASCAR and embrace the "if you're not cheating, you're not trying" apporach or even "honesty is the best way to lose" maybe?
Wow. Mike Smith said it entering the postgame news conference after his Falcons won in dramatic fashion Sunday. Ray Lewis exuded it after his Ravens pulled off a miracle Saturday evening. The entire nation uttered it time and time again as Colin Kaepernick torched the Packers with the zone-read option that buckled knees and Cheeseheads across the country.
New University of Tennessee football coach Butch Jones spent 10 minutes on the phone Thursday afternoon with Times Free Press sports editor Jay Greeson and "The Zone" co-hosts Jim Gumm and Wells Guthrie on ESPN 105.1 FM. Jones discussed an array of topics about the Volunteers.
It's official, Cordarrelle Patterson is taking his big-time name and bigger-time skills to the NFL after one season in Knoxville. We all knew it, and maybe even realized it as early as the season opener when CP torched N.C. State cornerback David Amerson. Patterson, receiver Justin Hunter, quarterback Tyler Bray and defensive lineman Darrington Sentimore have elected to forego their final season with the Vols.
Gang, remember Friday's mailbag. We looking for some help early on now that the melancholy that is post-college football season is starting to hit us.
Wow, Alabama's 42-14 win over Notre Dame was impressive and overpowering and at times personal. This Tide team has heard for more than a month about how they were not this or lacked that and even how Notre Dame's destiny was stronger than Alabama's budding dynasty.
After Notre Dame and Alabama determined the 2012 season's national championship in football, who's the team to beat next fall?
We have a lot to cover, let's get cracking.
Behind an MVP performance from quarterback Aaron Murray, the Georgia Bulldogs beat Nebraska 45-31 in the Capital One Bowl on Tuesday.
Thanks for swinging by last week during the holiday time. The mini 5-at-10s bring our Cal Ripken streak to 570 consecutive Mondays-through-Fridays. Yep, we're pretty proud of that.
We're still in vacation mode here at the 5-at-10, so that means another top-five list, which is cool by us. Question: Are we the only ones addicted to list shows, even to the possible risk of the Mrs. 5-at-10's sanity? Normal TV is blah, but if you put a countdown on it or say the "Best of (blank)" we're so in. So it goes.
Happy holidays; pass the Advil