2011 Around the South columns
Football doesn't owe you anything
The lessons the game teaches are more important than whether you were an All-American, starter or a scrub. The lessons that the game teaches are more important than the number of yards gained, tackles made or games won.
A midseason review
We’ve passed the midway point of the season and it’s hard to believe that there are only four weeks remaining in the regular season.
Pinque anything but angry
According to Centre coach Andy Frye, his senior running back Jonathan Pinque “runs angry.” But as you learn more about him, it appears that he lives his life off the field in the completely opposite way.
No longer the doormat
Sewanee's upperclassmen saw an opportunity and worked for it, and the Tigers have already doubled their win total from the previous two years combined.
Versatile Janzen keys Wildcats
Already an accomplished linebacker, Nate Janzen has added fullback in the Wildcats' short yardage and goal line package.
Wild year for the ASC
If we learned one thing in Week 3, it is probably that it could be a wild year in the American Southwest Conference.
ETBU chasing the best
“It wouldn’t do us any good to play an out-of-conference team that we could probably slap around,” East Texas Baptist coach Mark Sartain said.
Welcome to the 2011 season
There is plenty of change coming to the southern wing of the South Region. Who are the contenders this season?