Williamson County Commissioner Barbara Sturgeon entered a plea of not guilty through her attorney in Circuit Court Monday morning to a charge …
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COMMENTARY BY WOODY WOODRUFF: THE COMMISSIONER'S REPORT
'Tis the season for fans of college football to be extra jolly.
This Saturday will mark the 19th SEC Championship Game since its inception in 1992. Over that span of time, two teams, Florida and Alabama, have dominated their respective divisions. The Gators have appeared in more than half of the championship games as the representative of the SEC East, while the Tide has made seven appearances as the champion of the West.
There is something seriously wrong at the heart of Auburn football.
We are quickly approaching the point in the college football season where numerous post-season awards are presented. The most famous award, the Heisman Trophy, is very much in doubt this week since the undisputed front-runner, Auburn’s Cam Newton, is probably ineligible to play. Some Heisman voters, unwilling to risk that the award will have to be revoked a year or two from now, may vote for a player less talented than Newton, but whose status as an amateur is not in doubt.