Rarely a day goes by without a prediction influencing your life.
An old coaching adage holds that teams see the most improvement early in the season, their identities steeled by a few games' experience.
It was a dominating performance reminiscent of Reagan's Cold War victory over the Soviets. Or that of a UGA frat boy dominating a Waffle House All-Star Special at 2 a.m. Saturday.
Floods. Terrorists. Earthquakes. Political correctness. Trump. Hillary. Race relations (thought we were past that).
Constants and traditions are appreciated at Augusta National.
Seven months from now, the American electorate will have chosen the next leader of the free world.
Deep within the Augusta National Golf Club clubhouse proudly hangs a 1934 edition of the Augusta Chronicle newspaper.
The nation's finest college football enjoyed with loved ones over a terrific meal. Sit back, relax among good friends and family, and savor the splendor of the season.
This week's SEC schedule is laughable, and that's coming from the ultimate conference homer, yours truly.
Give Dan Quinn credit.
If Mark Richt's attempting to cultivate support among the Bulldog Faithful, he's sure going about it in a strange way.
Every hunting season I am reminded of just how magical the hours spent in the outdoors can be, especially the first hour of daylight and the 30 minutes before and after sunset.
Kids on Halloween employ scare tactics and demand handouts.
As you surely know, Wednesday was "Back to the Future Day," the day Marty McFly time traveled to in the classic 1989 film, "Back to the Future Part II."
College football lost a legend this week.
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The SEC stinks this year except Alabama. So, instead of the usual technical X's and O's breakdowns, film study and discussions of defending ...
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