Powerhouse

From “Cow College” to the nation’s best “Horse University:” Auburn’s national champion equestrian program now ranks as collegiate equine elite

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Just a Small Part

In the 1980s, Terry Harper played on several Atlanta Braves teams that stole our hearts, but frankly, weren’t that good. For the last 30 years, Harper has remained in baseball, helping kids achieve their dreams of making it to the next level.

Dissecting Jalen Hurts

Being quarterback at Alabama garners a great deal of attention and more than your fair share of criticism. Which begs an important question about Jalen Hurts: How good is he?

Worst to First

The start of a dynasty in 1991 helped Atlanta Braves shed label as National League laughingstock.

Sixkiller

It is, without a doubt, one of the greatest names ever found on a college football roster. One of those names that, once you say it, just keeps spinning around and around inside your head. One you’ll remember for a lifetime. Sonny Sixkiller.

The Homecoming of Ray Perkins

Thirty-five years ago, Ray Perkins was hired to follow “Bear” Bryant as head coach at Alabama. After a rocky four-year stint, he bolted for the NFL. Now, with a recent move back to Tuscaloosa, Perkins’s life has come full circle.

Mr. Consistent Auburn's Ben Tamburello

Ben Tamburello, who lettered at Auburn from 1983-86, was the model of consistency. A four-year starter and two-time All-America selection at center, he was a finalist for both the Outland and Lombardi trophies. Tamburello has been even more successful in his post-football life.

The Legacy of Bill Jones

What Bill Jones, former NCAA Division II national champion basketball coach at Jacksonville State University, is today amounts to many things, but the word used most to describe him in all facets of his life is “winner.”

Remember the Fiesta!

The 34-7 trouncing of Alabama by Louisville on January 1, 1991, in the SunKist Fiesta Bowl was a shock to the nation and one of the worst bowl performances in Alabama history.

The Case for Foster

Alabama native George Foster was an integral part of the 1975 and ’76 World Series Champion Cincinnati Reds. A power hitter, Foster hit 348 career home runs and batted .274 over a 17-year MLB career. He is the only player to hit over 50 home runs in the decade of the 1970s. Here’s Foster’s case for Cooperstown.

The Running Back

  He’s been running for most of his life. For a time, he ran away from tacklers in the SEC…

Magnificently Blessed

Eli Gold’s fifty-year romance with the world of sport has left him with no regrets…and a lifetime of memories.

Kerry

In 1984, Kerry Goode was projected by many as the University of Alabama’s first Heisman Trophy winner. Today, he’s fighting…

Wimp

by Al Blanton “I never learned to handle losing….I won’t apologize for that because a fear of failure has driven…

Former Auburn coach Pat Dye is busy raising Japanese maples, hosting hunters at his lodge, and conducting his own radio show. In his spare time, he reads the works of Jane Austen (no kidding) and visits author Harper Lee. All that adds up to one heck of a life.

Journey Man

Former University of Alabama and NFL Quarterback Brodie Croyle is writing another chapter in his life that has nothing to…

The Note on the Door

Philip Lutzenkirchen’s life may have ended abruptly at 23, but his father is carrying the Auburn Tight End’s legacy and…

HEEEERE’S BOBBY!

Birmingham’s favorite son Bobby Bowden reflects on Deion Sanders, Steve Spurrier, THE U, Bear Bryant, political correctness, and the faith…