1. Tiger Woods: He Saved His Best for Last

    Tiger gave us his most memorable performance we'll ever see; winning the U.S. Open on one leg. He saved his best for last. Tiger will miss the rest of the year with ACL surgery...

    Michael Hicks Written by Michael Hicks about 6 years ago 599 reads 1 comments

  2. Knowshon Moreno Leads List of SEC Football Top Five Running Backs

    You cannot expect to contend in the SEC without a strong running game. Here is a list of the top five backs that look to lead their teams to a championship in 2008. 1...

    Michael Hicks Written by Michael Hicks about 6 years ago 1,169 reads 14 comments

  3. Tiger Woods Captures 108th U.S. Open in Legendary Fashion

    We have seen this before—Tiger standing on 18 holding a trophy—but the 2008 U.S. Open at Torrey Pines may have just been his best performance yet. It was not supposed to end like that...

    Michael Hicks Written by Michael Hicks about 6 years ago 954 reads 0 comments

  4. John Parker Wilson's Senior Year at Alabama Will Define Him

    John Parker Wilson has been UA's starter at quarterback in each of the last two seasons. He has thrown for 5,651 yards in his career with 37 total touchdown passes...

    Michael Hicks Written by Michael Hicks about 6 years ago 984 reads 0 comments

  5. Open Mic: Joe DiMaggio's 56-Game Hit Streak Is One Record That Will Go Untouched

    Joe DiMaggio's 56-game hit streak is one record that will never be broken. In one magical season in 1941, "The Yankee Clipper" hit safely in 56 straight games. It is his greatest accomplishment in a Hall of Fame Career...

    Michael Hicks Written by Michael Hicks about 6 years ago 1,051 reads 3 comments

  6. SEC Football: Top Five Quarterbacks

    When I compiled the names for this list, it occurred to me how many new faces will be under center in the SEC. Here is a list of the top five QBs taking the field this fall. 1...

    Michael Hicks Written by Michael Hicks about 6 years ago 410 reads 4 comments

  7. Cubs-Braves: Road Woes Continue for Atlanta

    With a 10-5 loss to the Cubs, the Atlanta Braves fall to a league worst 7-22 on the road. To add insult to injury Atlanta starter Tom Glavine left the game in the third with a strained left elbow...

    Michael Hicks Written by Michael Hicks about 6 years ago 153 reads 3 comments

  8. Braves-Phillies: Atlanta Swept for First Time This Season

    With a 6-3 to win Sunday, the Philadelphia Phillies came into Turner Field and did what no other team as done all season, swept the Braves. With Chipper Jones on the bench due to a slight tear in his quad, the Braves offense had nothing...

    Michael Hicks Written by Michael Hicks about 6 years ago 277 reads 2 comments

  9. Alabama Football: Receivers Look to Make a Difference in 2008

    Incoming freshmen Julio Jones, Melvin Ray, and Destin Hood look to fill the void at wide receiver for the Crimson Tide...

    Michael Hicks Written by Michael Hicks about 6 years ago 1,128 reads 8 comments

  10. Atlanta Hudson, Square off against Phillies.

    The Braves start a three game series tonight against the NL East leading Philadelphia Phillies at Turner Field, it is the last series of a seven-game home stand for the Braves, who have the third best home record in the Majors'(25-8) ...

    Michael Hicks Written by Michael Hicks about 6 years ago 337 reads 0 comments

  11. Marlins-Braves: Chipper Jones Hits 400th Home Run

    Atlanta Braves' third baseman Chipper Jones is a serious threat to hit .400 this season. The switch-hitting slugger hit his 400th career home run Thursday night in a 7-5 victory over the Florida Marlins...

    Michael Hicks Written by Michael Hicks about 6 years ago 658 reads 1 comments

  12. Braves' Smoltz to Have Season-Ending Surgery

    Atlanta Braves pitcher John Smoltz will undergo season-ending surgery on his pitching shoulder. The loss of Smoltz comes at a bad time for Atlanta, who are three and a half games out of first in the NL East...

    Michael Hicks Written by Michael Hicks about 6 years ago 532 reads 0 comments

  13. SEC Football: A Season of Change

    If you need to keep your program handy this season to look up your team's new faces, I will understand. The SEC has six new starting quarterbacks to go along with 11 new coordinators and two new head coaches...

    Michael Hicks Written by Michael Hicks about 6 years ago 410 reads 0 comments

  14. Ken Griffey Junior: A long Road to 600.

    In 1987 ,the Seattle Mariners selected Ken Griffey Junior with the first overall selection in the amateur draft. Scouts said " If you thought Barry Bonds was exciting, wait till you see this kid...

    Michael Hicks Written by Michael Hicks about 6 years ago 340 reads 0 comments

  15. MLB News and Notes: Pedro Martinez Returns from DL, Jay Bruce Is Lights Out

    Pedro Martinez comes off the DL to make his first start for the Mets since opening day, and it's not a moment too soon. Coming off a week where manger Willie Randolph's future looked over in Queens, the Mets are starting to roll, winning five of six...

    Michael Hicks Written by Michael Hicks about 6 years ago 232 reads 0 comments

  16. SEC: A Coaches Paradise

    This year the SEC boasts the best collection of coaching talent. Five have national championship rings, and four have been head coaches in the NFL. You can argue this is the deepest lineup of coaches since Bryant, Dooley, and Jordan roamed the sidelines..

    Michael Hicks Written by Michael Hicks about over 6 years ago 1,967 reads 4 comments

  17. Random Thoughts: Don Cherry, A No-No and $9,000 Watches

    It's Memorial Day weekend, and before I head out for a weekend of barbeque and war films, I thought I would share a few thoughts from the week in sports. Jon Lester started off a great sports week with his no-hitter against the Royals...

    Michael Hicks Written by Michael Hicks about over 6 years ago 459 reads 0 comments

  18. Baseball News and Notes: Pitchers Duel in Atlanta.

    The two best pitching staffs in the National League, and maybe even in baseball, face off this weekend when the Arizona Diamondbacks visit the Atlanta Braves for a weekend series at Turner Field...

    Michael Hicks Written by Michael Hicks about over 6 years ago 313 reads 1 comments

  19. NBA Playoffs: Hamilton "Rips" Celtics for 25, Pistons even series.

    With a 103-97 win in game two Thursday night, the Pistons did what no other team has done this playoffs: get a win in Boston...

    Michael Hicks Written by Michael Hicks about over 6 years ago 423 reads 0 comments

  20. Ryan Perrilloux Heads to Jacksonville State: Dream or Nightmare Player?

    Hearing the new's that former LSU quarterback Ryan Perrilloux signed with Jacksonville State two thoughts entered my head... 1. How much trouble can he get in Jacksonville,Al? 2. This kid will find trouble in Jacksonville,Al...

    Michael Hicks Written by Michael Hicks about over 6 years ago 1,875 reads 1 comments

  21. The Tide To Be Riding High in 2008

    With spring football behind us and a couple of months until media days, let's take a look at Nick Saban's second season on the Capstone. -Aug...

    Michael Hicks Written by Michael Hicks about over 6 years ago 1,600 reads 6 comments

  22. Cincinnati Bengals: It's Time to Kick Ocho-Cinco to the Curb

    Chad Johnson does not want to play football for the Bengals anymore. After reports from Bengals QB Carson Palmer that Chad said he would come to camp and offseason workouts, Johnson made sure the Bengals knew his true feelings...

    Michael Hicks Written by Michael Hicks about over 6 years ago 554 reads 5 comments

  23. NBA Eastern Confrence: Is It the Leastern Confrence

    The Golden State Warriors capped off a 48 win season and that happened to be 11 more wins than the Atlanta Hawks had...

    Michael Hicks Written by Michael Hicks about over 6 years ago 626 reads 3 comments