If You Ain’t 1st, You’re Last (or FIRED) in the SEC

Speaking as a Mississippi State University fan (and alum), I’ve seen my share of last place finishes, not only in the SEC West, but in the SEC as a whole. It is what it is, but my never wavering support of a college that historically has NOT been at the top of the SEC football food chain is exactly what defines me as a true State … Continue reading If You Ain’t 1st, You’re Last (or FIRED) in the SEC

One-Two Punch at Parkinson’s Disease

When John Chapman was in the fifth grade, his dad, a boxer in the military, gave him a speed bag. This ignited a spark that would lead to 42 years in kickboxing. Little did John know, when he was nine years old, he would someday use boxing to manage his Parkinson’s Disease (PD), as well as positively impact others battling with the same diagnosis. I … Continue reading One-Two Punch at Parkinson’s Disease

MAINSTREAM Women ~ EXTREME Sport

Most people have a desire to belong to something or participate in an activity aside from their daily jobs and roles at home. A group of FL panhandle women have chosen something more intense than a mainstream hobby. Members of the Panama City Sugar Sands Roller Dolls (SSRD) derby team are engineers, CEO’s, active duty military, stay-at-home moms, and resort directors, just to name a … Continue reading MAINSTREAM Women ~ EXTREME Sport