Haven't been updating this much lately. I apologize.
Given the NCAA's usual hands off approach when it comes to major football programs, what took place earlier this week was downright amazing.
I think I've taken nearly 1,000 photos since the 2012 Georgia Little League championship for 10/11 year olds got under way on Saturday in Richmond Hill. Julia Harrison has also been taking photos left and right.
Somehow, it didn't rain at the ballpark Sunday during the early afternoon games of the 2012 Georgia Little League 10/11-year-old state championship,.
It's going to be fun to be watch Little League baseball again.
I know this is supposed to be a sports blog. It IS a sports blog, by golly.
Forget all those video games about combat. They don't shoot back.
Sometimes, the answers you get are better than the questions you ask. That was the case last week, when I emailed Dr. Dawn Hadley for some quotes on recent coaching changes at Bryan County High School.
A quick sports blog
Sometimes I just don't know what to say. This is one of those times. Do the link.
I covered NFL linebacker Gary Guyton when he was in high school at Bradwell Institute. Good kid, heck of a high school player and he told me one practice before the start of his senior year that he planned on making it to the NFL. He kept his word.
My hiatus as a sports blogger is over. I know, I can hear the crickets chirping.
Maybe it's a sign of advancing age or an inferior intellect or a byproduct of a time in which we're bombarded by information by the second, but I can't seem to keep my mind on one thing for very long. Which is why this column looks like it does.
Belated update: Joe passed away on Saturday. Heaven not only got a pretty good baseball player, but a fine kid as well.
Being from South Carolina and being a diehard Gamecock fan, I've never cared much for the Georgia Bulldogs.In fact, they rank No. 2 after Clemson on the list of college football programs I really don't like.