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  • Old School vs. New School

    The Greatest Game Never Played

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  • The Best Backfields of All Time

    The Chattanooga area's greatest backfield units to ever grace the football field.

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  • Big & Bad

    The Toughest Offensive Linemen of All Time

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  • Dr. B: A Legend Never to Be Forgotten

    Remembering the prolific career of a radio icon, Gary Haskew.

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  • 20 Players to Watch

    Top College Prospects from the Classes of 2017 & 2018

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  • The Red Zone Review

    Local sports gurus Quake and Cowboy Joe are making bold picks and predictions for this year’s high school football regions.

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  • Sport Talk

     “It’s one of the most original sports talk shows in the country. They aren’t following a formula; this is them, this is SportTalk.  For them to make it for 25 years, and to still be…

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  • 20 Players to Watch

    Cyrus Addison, Linebacker Northwest Whitfield; Tunnel Hill, GA Ht: 6-2 | Wt: 201 Offers: N/A Committed: Undecided   Ricky Ballard, Linebacker Notre Dame; Chattanooga, TN Ht: 5-11 | Wt: 185 Offers: N/A Committed: Undecided  …

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  • More Than 100 Years of Playmakers

    In October of 1904, the Chattanooga Mocs played their first intercollegiate football game. 111 years later, the program has seen an abundance of talent – both from our hometown and from across the nation –…

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  • The 12th Man

    What does it take to have a great high school football stadium? The factors are endless – a storied history, a winning tradition, boisterous fans, community backing, and more. We’re lucky to have top-notch places to enjoy…

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  • Bring the Boom

    To be feared is one of the greatest compliments that can be paid to a football player. The players that follow can be classified as the most tenacious hitters to ever play the game at…

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  • Greatest Rivalries of All Time

    Football rivalries:  families have been divided, friends have been lost, pranks have gone awry, and the memories last a lifetime. Need we say more? What follows is a look into the most notable and most…

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  • Battle of the Border

    Over the years, a spirited debate continues: North Georgia or Southeast Tennessee/Chattanooga – who has and has had the strongest high school football teams and top players? While this question will never be answered with…

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  • State Champions

    It’s Unanimous! Through 1946 in Georgia and 1968 in Tennessee, state championship teams were determined by a team’s win-loss record and strength of schedule and chosen by the writers of AP, UPI and Litkenhous. Selections…

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  • The Many Faces of SportTalk

    >>Gary Haskew aka Dr. B  1. The King is Born Now known to his faithful listeners as “Dr. B,”  Gary Haskew is crowned May Day King in 1953 at the White Oak grammar school. Few knew that…

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  • 19 Players to Watch

    Over the years, the Chattanooga area has been home to high school football players who went on to become standouts in college and professional leagues. The likes of Reggie White, John Hannah, Steve Sloan, Jimmy…

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  • 5 Decades – 30 Top High School Football Quarterbacks

    By Maria Oldham Frequently referred to as the “the field general,” the quarterback is often the player who is not only a leader on the team but an outstanding athlete that can make split-second decisions…

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  • 100 years – Top 25 Legendary Coaches

    1.E.B. “Red” Etter School: Central, 27 years (’43-’69), Baylor 14 years (‘70-‘83) Career Record: 324-102-12 Legendary high school football coach E.B. “Red” Etter is, by most accounts, the all-time best football coach in local high…

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  • His Cap Runneth Over

    By Mike Haskew There are few names in Tennessee sports history which illicit as much laughter, inspiration, and fond memories than Stump Martin. Marvin Taylor Martin, Jr., affectionately dubbed “Stump,” is a staple in local…

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  • Against All Odds — Scrappy Moore

    By Brian Beise Andrew Cecil Moore was born in 1902 and picked up the name “Scrappy” while playing as a small, fearless quarterback at the University of Georgia in the 1920s. The name followed him…

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  • Five Decades of Greatness

    By Hannah Vanbiber Over the last five decades, the Chattanooga area has been home to exceptional high school football athletes. Men and women have fond memories of great rivalries, unforgettable games and their favorite high…

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  • 1962: The Greatest Year Ever

    By B.B. Branton The year 1962 is sometimes called the “Greatest Year Ever” for high school football in the Chattanooga area. Unlike any year before or since, four local teams – Brainerd, Chattanooga Central, Howard…

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  • Greatest Win Streaks

    by b.b. Branton An undefeated season is every coach’s goal, but string together multiple perfect football seasons with a championship or two thrown in and you have victory streaks for the history books. Spanning the…

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