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You may love him. Millions of golf fans do adore Tiger Woods, the most gifted if not the most accomplished golfer in history. (Jack Nicklaus, 18 majors to Tiger's 14, remains the most accomplished in my mind.)
You may pull against Tiger. Many do, mostly because of his well-publicized character issues.
Years ago, New Hope's baseball team went through an entire season undefeated and finished 43-0, causing the late, great baseball legend Boo Ferriss to gush.
“Forty-three and zero,” Ferriss said. “That's unbelievable! There are too many pebbles and rocks on a baseball field to do that. Sooner or later, you've got to get a bad hop.”
News and views...
The news: Mississippi State's remarkable basketball women finished the regular season a perfect 30-0 heading into the Southeastern Conference Tournament this week in Nashville.
The rise of Mississippi State women's basketball has been phenomenal. Let's review.
I didn’t really have a thought or theme in mind when I started writing this month’s article. I was sorely lacking in inspiration so, after dropping my fifteen year-old off at church youth group, I slid over to a place that I think is perfectly and uniquely “Hattiesburg.”
What do I mean?
The new crown jewel of the Magnolia State may be located 90 miles north of Hattiesburg, but its luster was made possible, in part, by Hub City native Iona Williams.
I’m talking, of course, about the new Mississippi Civil Rights Museum and its companion facility, the Museum of Mississippi History.
When you read this, it will be Thursday, January 18. However, I am writing this on Monday, January 15, the day we honor and remember Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Our song, “Fall On Me,” was written by four fellas who met by chance in 1979 in Athens, GA.
Mississippi State's No. 3-ranked Lady Bulldogs rolled to their 19th straight victory in as many games with a 75-61 pasting of Alabama this past Sunday in Starkville.