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Friday Q&A: Madison’s Brimm built Rams into powerhouse

William Bryant (Bill) Brimm developed Nashville-area powerhouse football teams right after he took over as head coach of the new Madison High in 1953. His teams in the 1960s were Nashville’s best, with his Rams once compiling a 28-game winning streak. More

Predators ready to draft — and deal — tonight

Usually there is as much dealing as there is drafting at the NHL Entry Draft. More

Titans' secondary situation totally different in 2008

Last season, every defensive back, with the exception of strong safety Chris Hope, was subjected to training camp competition. More

Preds trade Hordichuk

The Nashville Predators President have traded forward Darcy Hordichuk to the Carolina Hurricanes for a fifth-round selection in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft. More

Inside the SEC: Plenty of questions at quarterback

The 2008 football season will not exactly be the Year of the Quarterback in the Southeastern Conference. More

Preds expect to be busy during draft

With two picks in the top half of the first round of the NHL Entry Draft, Nashville Predators general manager David Poile is expecting to be at the top of everyone’s call list. More

RedHawks ‘Cruz’ past Sounds

Nine runs off 14 hits was not enough to give the Nashville Sounds a victory as they gave up six home runs to the Oklahoma RedHawks and lost 13-9 on Wednesday afternoon at Greer Stadium. More

Titans' Fowler denies any use of steroids

Tennessee Titans linebacker Ryan Fowler couldn’t say much about the allegations regarding performance-enhancing drugs against him that surfaced last week, but he did deny using steroids. More

Recruiting update: Hillsboro loaded with talent

The upcoming football season is expected to produce one of the best crops of talent seen in Middle Tennessee in recent years. More

Titans position breakdown: Linebackers

The Tennessee Titans’ linebacker situation is strong on the outside and deep on the inside. More

RedHawks shut out Sounds to open series

Three Oklahoma pitchers combined on a six-hit shutout in the RedHawks’ 6-0 victory over the Nashville Sounds on Tuesday evening at Greer Stadium in the opener of a four-game series. More

Analysis: Stallings finally counting his blessings

Which is more unlikely? The fact that Vanderbilt basketball coach Kevin Stallings is entering his 10th season at the school? Or the fact that he talks like someone who will be around for 10 more? More

Haynesworth agent: Deal not likely by July 15 deadline

Franchised defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth remains on the outside looking in to the team’s offseason program, and there appears to be little chance a long-term deal will be completed by the July 15 deadline, according to his agent. More

Area Notes: Belmont’s Rives named All-America

Belmont track star Lynette Rives capped an extraordinary outdoor season after reaching the semifinals in the 200m at the NCAA Outdoor Championships last week. More

Sounds split doubleheader

The Nashville Sounds closed out their road trip by splitting a doubleheader against the first-place Iowa Cubs on Monday afternoon at Principal Park. More

Flaherty to start pro career today

Former Vanderbilt shortstop Ryan Flaherty, selected No. 41 overall by the Chicago Cubs in this month’s Major League Draft, is expected to get his pro career started today. More

Vanderbilt’s pitching coach staying put

Vanderbilt pitching coach Derek Johnson recently turned down a job offer for the same position at Mississippi State, he told The City Paper on Monday. More

Preds counting on Suter to fill veteran role

At the age of 23, defenseman Ryan Suter is considered to be a veteran of the Nashville Predators. More

Titans want repeat of d-line performance

The Tennessee Titans’ defense enjoyed a major resurgence in 2007. More

Preds sign Suter to 4-year deal

Nashville Predators David Poile announced today that the club has signed defenseman Ryan Suter to a four-year, $14 million contract. More