Opinions are like noses. Everyone's got them. Here are a few of mine...
North Carolina fired former Southern Miss coach Larry Fedora Sunday. But shed no tears for Fedora. The Tar Heels will pay Fedora $12.2 million over the next four years — not to coach.
Next week, The PineBelt NEWS will help celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday with the release of a special publication called Our Home.
Older fans will remember this. Back in the old days, when John Vaught was the Ole Miss football coach and the Rebels were ranked in the Top 10 nearly every year, the Rebels would play an annual game with Chattanooga.
Most astute football historians can tell you Greenville's Wilbert Montgomery played at Abilene Christian before he went on to NFL stardom as a remarkably productive Philadelphia Eagles running back.
A few probably could tell you Montgomery briefly attended Jackson State before transferring to NAIA Abilene Christian.
It's a saying that's been around as long as I've played golf, which is to say back when woods were really wooden and Titleists were wound with rubber bands under a soft balata cover.
“Driving's for show, putting's for dough.”
Wilson Furr, who has never played in a PGA Tour tournament before, was driving from Tuscaloosa to Jackson Monday morning when he answered his cell phone.
My first question: How long have you been looking forward to Thursday's first round of the Sanderson Farms Championship at Country Club of Jackson?
Five weeks ago, the New Orleans Saints opened this much-anticipated season by losing at home, 48-40, to division rival Tampa Bay.
Harold Jackson, surely the greatest, most productive wide receiver not in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, last week was inducted into the inaugural class of Hattiesburg Hall of Fame.