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LOCAL ROUNDUP: Cullman products Clay, Mallard shine in latest outings
Caleb Clay’s most recent outing was by far his best since the former Cullman Bearcat ace returned to the States from Korea.
The (less than) 1 percent: Where’s the love for local talent when it comes to All-Star Sports Week?
Pretty much every prep coach from Cullman County will be there. So will Holly Pond’s Meg Gambrill and Addison’s Jessy Taylor.
PREP SWIMMING: Bearcats’ Price hopes to make splash at Iowa Lakes CC
Noah Price never thought he’d be fast enough to swim at the college level.
SEC SPORTS: Tennessee's Hart sees progress, preaches patience
Athletic director Dave Hart sees signs of progress around the Tennessee campus and in the classroom.
CHEERLEADING: Cold Springs’ JV squad earns invitation to perform at Capital One Bowl
Over the many moons Cold Springs has fielded a cheerleading program, it’s never received an opportunity quite like this.
PREP CROSS COUNTRY: Wide Open Camp provides recipe for success
It’d be rather easy for William Calvert to sit back and soak in the success his program has enjoyed over the past few years.
TOP SPORTS: NCAA sets vote on modified governance proposal
The biggest conferences in college sports may finally get exactly what they want — autonomy over some of today's most contentious issues.
Posturing, predictions fly as SEC turns to a new season
There’s plenty to enjoy about the Southeastern Conference’s annual cattle call in Hoover, Ala., where media of every description join players and coaches from each of the league’s 14 football teams to discuss the coming season. The best aspect is that it serves as the official kickoff of the new season. The long wait is over.
ALABAMA FOOTBALL: Saban all for more deserving hands in bowl system's cookie jar
Fans and foes alike enjoy razzing Nick Saban about his love for Little Debbie's oatmeal creme pies. As the Alabama head coach was quick to point out at Thursday's SEC Media Days, however, there's rarely a person “who passes the cookie jar without grabbing one.”
SEC MEDIA DAYS: Kentucky tries to turn talent into victories
Mark Stoops has established that Kentucky can bring in highly-rated recruits.
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