If we needed any further proof that college football is now a year-round sport, we just got it.
The Braves are in first place and are the hottest team in baseball.
Chipper Jones, a lock-solid Hall of Famer on the first ballot, is thinking about retirement.
The NBA Playoffs between the two most storied franchies in the history of the league are headed to seventh and deciding game.
The Atlanta Hawks just hired a new coach.
But what has been the hottest story in sports for the past three months? College football and the possible changing of the landscape.
Fortunately for the college football fan, cooler heads prevailed and the change will be minimal. And there will be no change for 2010.
What it all means is that this is going to be a very short summer for all of us who care about the sport. SEC Media Days in Birmingham begin on July 21. I have a feeling that is going to get here in a hurry.
So, in order to keep some promises to Mrs. Barnhart, I’m going to take another shot at a