First year on radio for me and I had the privilege to work with the legendary Lyman Hellums. What a fun day. Ready for some @OleMissFB!!! Let’s make some new memories, @Lane_Kiffin!! #HottyToddy
RT @Shannon102372: As the sun starts to set on this Labor Day, here is to all the Athletic Trainers that have worked tirelessly at all levels (Pro, College and High school) to prevent, treat and create a safe environment for their athletes to compete. Well Done & God Bless you and your families.
RT @IamSuperHen: Wk 95 - thank you @RebVoice. You are one of the kindest people I know and I think you love Ole Miss the most. I love to talk to you about Ole Miss sports, especially basketball and baseball. I am looking forward to hearing your voice in my house again soon. Big hugs. https://t.co/jcVwhgBC1m
I concur 😊although it’s really aging Carter’s look don’t ya think? ....ok I’ll be nice now, good to see these two guys tonight. @AaronTaylorCFB called some @SEC tilts with me before I changed addresses. Really good guys down in South Mississippi tonight. 🏈
SEC on CBS kickoffs Sept. 26 Mississippi State at LSU 3:30 pm ET Oct. 3 Texas A&M at Alabama 3:30 pm ET Oct. 17 Georgia at Alabama 8 pm ET Oct. 31 LSU at Auburn 3:30 pm ET Nov. 7 Florida vs. Georgia 3:30 pm ET Nov. 14 Alabama at LSU, 6 pm ET
RT @KristenClarkeJD: OTD 1962, Fannie Lou Hamer led 17 volunteers to register to vote in Indianola, Mississippi. They were blocked by way of a discriminatory literacy test, harassed on their way home, stopped by police and fined. That night, Hamer lost her job for daring to register to use her voice. https://t.co/Pik1PNSLoD