"I wish there was a way to know you're in the good old days before you've actually left them" - Andy Bernard

Twitter: @ckh_123

Hometown: Birmingham, AL

Favorite Sports Media Journalist: Paul Finebaum

Favorite Athlete: Derrick Henry

Favorite Team: Chicago Cubs

If you could cover any sporting event in the world, what would it be: The World Series 

Best tradition at your college: Singing Rammer Jammer after every Alabama win

The restaurant you most frequent in your college town: Buffalo Phil's

Best class you’ve ever taken: Introduction to Criminal Justice

Student Union Player Spotlight: Michael Porter Jr.

School: University of Missouri Hometown: Seattle, Washington Position: Forward Year: Freshman Last March, the number one high school basketball player in the nation, Michael Porter Jr. shocked the College Basketball world when he retracted his commitment from the University of Washington and decided to recommit to the University of Missouri. Porter Jr., a 6-10 215 […]

Tennessee Volunteers Fire Head Coach Butch Jones

After five below average football seasons at the University of Tennessee, the Butch Jones era has come to an end, as announced by the University on Sunday November 12th. The firing came as no surprise due to Tennessee fans and college football fans across the country clamoring for his firing all season. Local Knoxville grocery […]

The Iron Bowl: 2017 Edition

It is hard to believe, but right before our eyes, the 2017-18 College Football season is close to its end. With the end approaching this can only mean one thing: Rivalry Weekend. While there are a ton of big time rivalries to be played this weekend, arguably the largest and biggest rivalry in college football […]

2017 College Football Coach of the Year Candidates

Mark Richt (University of Miami)  In just his second season in Coral Gables, Richt has the Miami Hurricanes in a great position for a playoff berth. The Canes have their first 10-win season in 14 years and are also looking for their first ever ACC title. The expectations were not this high to begin the […]

SEC Baseball crash course

Last year’s College Baseball season came to a conclusion in Omaha, Nebraska, with the Florida Gators winning their first ever National Championship in program history over SEC rival LSU Tigers. There have been a lot of changes since then in the Southeastern Conference as each team tries to win the conference en route to playing […]