As the old saying goes, you win some, you lose some.
Thanksgiving is no day for cynicism. It's a time to be with loved ones and reflect on the good things in life.
A few months ago, the Johnson football team was faced with an unenviable decision.
Words like "inspiration," "determination" and "amazing" can be thrown around pretty haphazardly in the world of sports, where superlatives are part of the everyday language.
West Hall coach Tony Lotti has a three-year plan. It ends with the long-suffering Spartans competing for playoff spots, region championships and more. It's audacious in its scope and Lotti is absolutely sincere in its implementation.
Gainesville coach Bruce Miller will be the first to tell you how big last week's win over Buford was.
We love football. Everything about it.
You know how when somebody prefaces a statement with "some of my best friends are fill-in-the-blank" what follows is almost certainly offensive to those fill-in-the-blankers?
Dear Rest of the World's College Football Fans:
When college football coaches hand out more scholarships than they have to give, it isn't always the incoming freshmen suspended in gridiron purgatory. For every Elliott Porter left in a lurch, there's at least one Bryce Sherman.
Take heed, Braves fans: this is the time of year for hope.
You may have heard the labor negotiations between the NFL owners and Players Association took a turn for the worse Thursday when both sides walked away from the talks and declined to give much of an explanation.
His teams have blown its two chances to make a statement since landing in the Top 25 three weeks ago, sliding to fifth place in the SEC East.
BUFORD - Jess Simpson prefers to win games. He's not shy about it, he doesn't apologize for it. Just ask him.
I don't know how the NCAA arrived at its decision regarding Cam Newton, so I won't pretend that I do. I'm fairly certain nobody really understands it, and those who say they do are either driven by agenda or just plain making stuff up. Nothing I've seen, read or heard in the last 36 or so hours adequately explains how the decision to declare the Auburn quarterback eligible without condition makes any sense.