Known for turning around big-name football programs in short periods of time, Dennis Franchione knew what he was getting into when he took the Texas State job in 2011.
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Come on, Mike Slive. Go ahead and form your own elite collegiate athletic association. Take your “Power Five” conference buddies with you.
If nicknames among offensive linemen in the NFL are common, they aren’t very fashionable.
The creation of an all-6A South Conference in the Arkansas Activities Association makes the playing field look a little more level for schools like Pine Bluff and Sheridan.
I think it was Wednesday when my old church brother Justin Blackmon came to mind.
It’s probably all for the better that the Southwestern Athletic Conference will command the television cameras and digital recorders on a Friday.
Ask anyone who has covered college basketball down in the Delta for years who Steve Rives is, and unfair comparisons to Bobby Knight might come up.
(Editor’s note: This column contains harsh language, although it has been edited for print.)
Editor’s note: The following contains subject matter that may be inappropriate for young children.
A week ago, Southeast Arkansas — let alone Jefferson County — received a welcome distraction from the talk of coaching changes in high school athletics.
Derrick Gordon was only looking for a few good hearts when he told the world that he’s gay.
After his worst season in six years at the helm of Arkansas-Pine Bluff football, Monte Coleman is chomping at the bit to begin spring drills.
Legendary college basketball broadcaster Verne Lundquist said something about Ohio State guard Aaron Craft that widened my eyes.
It’s too bad Grambling State vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff isn’t a meeting of the two best teams in the SWAC, or even two teams still with a chance to win the SWAC’s Western Division.