The annual Southeastern Conference Football Media Days have always been met with excitement by the media that covers the most successful league in college football.
The laughter erupting at Cumberland University’s Memorial Hall last Thursday (July 10) was proof something special was going on inside the historic landmark.
It was the induction of three sports columnists into the Tennessee Sports Writers Association’s Hall of Fame.
If you want to hear some humorous stories from three of the best sportswriters in this state, Cumberland University’s Memorial Hall is the place to be Thursday night.
It is the annual Tennessee Sports Writers Association’s Hall of Fame induction dinner.
Vanderbilt’s 2014 national championship baseball team is not unlike a number of those teams preceding them.
Rarely do you find a college baseball team that doesn’t encounter adversity during a long season. The last team standing must find ways to overcome that adversity.
How cool would it be if Vanderbilt baseball coach Tim Corbin joined Cumberland University baseball coach Woody Hunt as national champions of their respective alphabet organizations?
Cooler than cool.
Vanderbilt baseball coach Tim Corbin’s decision to by-pass star pitcher Tyler Beede for the College World Series opener against Louisville raised more than a few eyebrows on West End.
Off to Omaha -- that is Vanderbilt baseball team’s destination, home of the College World Series.
“It’s not easy," Commodores Coach Tim Corbin said after his team smothered Stanford, 12-5, in a winner-take-all game at Hawkins Field Sunday. “I’m proud of how they came back from last night."
Woody has done it again. He deflects all credit to his Cumberland University players and assistants, but Woody Hunt is the constant factor for a baseball program he built from scratch.
Hunt’s Bulldogs added another NAIA Championship trophy last weekend, shutting out Lewis-Clark in the title game, 3-0.
The Southeastern Conference decision makers were meeting on the Sandestin shores the past few days.
They will count their money and disperse it among the 14 member schools.
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