Some people take pride in every chance to relive their glory days, to tell their children tales of days gone by and often remembered.
Some tell stories of incredible athletic feats of yesteryear, and back them up with testimonies from old teammates they see in Wal-Mart or moments frozen forever in framed photographs on the walls of hometown restaurants.
Those stories take them to a time before their backs hurt, before they worked long hours to pay for mortgaged houses.
They take them back to when they had all of the time in the world, when they lived for Friday nights and thought they were invincible. Continue reading “Ants in the outfield”
It’s been a more than a week since I met Josephus.
Come to think of it, “met” might be the wrong word since we weren’t introduced and our one conversation was short. Continue reading “Josephus”
If you need proof some people will never be satisfied, look no further than sports talk radio. Continue reading “Advice to Alabama fans”
I went to watch a play Saturday night.
It was the first time I attended a live play put on by professional actors since a school field trip to the Alabama Shakespeare Festival.
The trip I took to Montgomery with the rest of the ninth-grade class is a pleasant memory except for one thing.
Continue reading “A tale of two plays”
I’m sure you’re well aware, but just in case you aren’t, it’s April Fools Day.
Instead of all of the usual prank-filled tomfoolery associated with today’s date, I have decided to reserve this space for something which is actually foolish. Continue reading “The seedy underbelly of a March Madness pool”
Shortly after I woke up this morning, the news hit me like a ton of bricks. Continue reading “Finishing the fight”
The photo above is the cover of the paper’s special 2014 football section, which is one of the reasons I have been lacking in the blogging department lately. Continue reading “Back to the blog”
I am patiently and excitedly awaiting the launch of the SEC Network tomorrow. Continue reading “SEC is proving ground for football pros”
This is a sad day for Atlanta, and a sad day for baseball. Continue reading “Goodbye to a friend of fans”