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Writ in Crimson Flame

Thirty-three years. That is how long Assistant Athletic Director Tommy Ford has been working at the University of Alabama. He has witnessed the school win four college football national championships over that time frame. He has also written twice as […]

Andrew

On February 21, 2012, 16-year-old Andrew Winfrey started his day like any other. The 10th grade athlete climbed out of bed, ate breakfast, hugged and kissed his mom goodbye. He cranked his truck, pulled out of the driveway, and started […]

How the West is Won

The SEC West has a reputation for being synonymous with tough, but this is getting ridiculous. The division as a whole has lost to non-division teams only once this year when Arkansas lost to Georgia in the middle of October. […]

100 Miles an Hour

Going into the 2013-2014 school year, Walker High School will be welcoming a new face to its coaching staff and administration. Former Valdosta, Georgia resident, Rufus McDuffie will fill the position of head basketball coach, head tennis coach, and assistant […]