Random ruminations while wondering whatever happened to Shelton Quarles . . .
South Carolina football coach Steve Spurrier bristled when he was shown a copy of a column written by Atlanta Journal’s Mark Bradley, or Off…
Mariota will be in uniform when training camp opens at Saint Thomas Sports Park Thursday. Everyone is on the same page. That’s a good sign.
This week’s notes column devoted to all SEC football all the time, coming off SEC Media Days.
Local businessman Reese Smith III is keeping his family’s love for professional baseball alive.
Former Nashville Banner, Tennessean and City Paper sportswriter Harold “Bunny’’ Huggins loves the Fourth of July holiday.
Mariota Mania has been in high gear since the Titans drafted him with the second pick of the NFL draft.
I would have liked to been a fly on the wall when Vanderbilt baseball coach Tim Corbin conducted his final meeting with this year’s team tha…
A team that was falling apart in the middle of the season prevented Vanderbilt from completing a back-to-back College World Series national …
It was evident how hard the pitch was as Wiseman played to the end with a baseball sized red splotch on the impact surface.
What is wrong with Tiger Woods? I’m sure he would like to know. As he has often said during one of these slumps, “If I knew what was wrong, …
Vanderbilt’s Zander Wiel’s seventh inning solo home run held up to move the Commodores to 2-0 in the College World Series.
Vanderbilt survived a sluggish start Sunday night before thunderstorms halted play. They picked it up Monday, the Commodores trailing, 3-1.
The odds that Vanderbilt’s baseball team will win back-to-back national championships are long, but I would not count this team out.
The Commodores clobbered the No. 2 seed, 21-0, and advanced to the Super Regional at Illinois.
The Williamson Herald and John Maher Builders Inc. sponsored the ninth annual Scholar-Athlete Banquet for high school students last Thursday…