LISTEN : Richie Riley was in studio for entire hour on The Opening Kickoff

Richie Riley, who will be going into his second year as the head coach of South Alabama men's basketball team, is a frequent guest by phone with Mark and Lee but this time he was in the WNSP studio. FOR AN ENTIRE HOUR! We were able to hit on many topics on a much more person level. Coach Riley and o... Read More »

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Barkley needs to confine his comments to basketball

In this corner, Draymond Green. 6-7. 230 pounds. 28 years old. In the other corner, Charles Barkley. 6-5. Generously listed...

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Get to know the newest Giant Lorenzo Carter

Have you ever heard of Lorenzo Carter? No, I don’t mean Major Lorenzo Carter, the first permanent resident of Cleveland,...

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It was another tough night for the Big XII conference

Seven schools had more players drafted in Thursday night’s NFL draft than the entire Big XII. More quarterbacks from Los...

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South Alabama senior pitcher Nailed It

Tyler Carr. The South Alabama senior pitcher came within one strike of pitching the first 9-inning no-hitter in program history....

More »Apr 25

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The MVP of the Alabama A-Day will be …

The most valuable player of the Alabama A-Day game tomorrow will be redshirt freshman quarterback Mac Jones. I don’t say...

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Dwyane Wade NAILED IT.

The Miami Heat guard is showing the sports world how to end a superstar career. No, Wade is not a...

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LISTEN: Steve Savarese Talks Replay in High School Football

By Scott McInnerney WNSP Reporter MOBILE, AL – With instant replay coming to high school football next fall, Alabama High...

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Kawhi and his people need to earn that $19 million paycheck

Nobody expects Kawhi Leonard to play in the NBA playoffs if he’s not healthy. But for $19 million a year...

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