It’s no secret the Tennessee Titans had perhaps the worst kicking game in the NFL last season, running through four different place kickers before finishing the season with Cleveland Browns castoff Greg Joseph.
The first domino in widescale fall sports changes fell on Thursday as the Big Ten announced it would be implementing conference-only schedules for the upcoming football season.
After a meeting was called to decide the immediate fates for preps football and girls soccer in Tennessee this fall, the TSSAA has instead pivoted and says it won't make contingency plans just yet.
The National Hockey League and NHL Players’ Association finally came to terms on a return-to-play plan while also extending the league’s collective bargaining agreement through 2026.
The Tennessee Titans are set to begin training camp on July 28 at Saint Thomas Sports Park. And while that will look a little different this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, the team will also have to adjust to life a little differently once the regular season begins.
If you've walked by an Independence girls basketball practice this past season, you might've noticed something a little different: music.
The National Football League is planning to cut the league’s preseason schedule from four games to two and pushing back the start of the exhibition games, per a report from the Associated Press.
After adhering to Gov. Bill Lee's executive order on contact sports and delaying the football and girls soccer seasons through Aug. 29, the TSSAA has shared its plan for how to move ahead.
With the news coming down from Gov. Bill Lee's office about continuing Tennessee's State of Emergency, the TSSAA has decided to postpone the start of the high school football season.
There’s a talent pipeline being formed between Williamson County and Saint Joseph, Mo., and Will Martin is the reason why.
The National Football League informed teams on Thursday to anticipate training camps to begin on time next month, according to Jeff Pash, NFL executive vice president and general counsel.
Franklin golfer Jack Morris decided to make some history when he entered the 61st edition of the Tennessee Junior Amateur.
Nashville Predators fans may have post-traumatic stress disorder thinking about the last time the team faced the then-Phoenix, now-Arizona Coyotes in the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
As national conversations on racism and police brutality keep spreading, stories are seen as powerful tools to educate and advocate for change.
Though the COVID-19 pandemic continues on, that didn't stop Williamson County Schools from finding a unique way to celebrate the year in athletics.
Tennessee Titans safety Kevin Byard said last week that one of the biggest solutions to helping fix the racial divide and social injustice in society is through education.
He's not even taken the court yet, but new Brentwood Academy basketball player Skyy Clark is already making himself known to the community.
It’s often said that the city of Nashville knows how to throw a party. So, the last time the NFL draft was held in Nashville, it’s no surprise that the event set numerous records.
For the first time since the National Hockey League season was suspended on March 12, the Nashville Predators will be allowed back in Bridgestone Arena.
The TSSAA's annual dead period will not be cancelled this year, despite some push from the community to waive it after COVID-19 shut down schools and halted spring sporting activity.
In an unexpected statement to local media on Tuesday, Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Vrabel told reporters he has taken the last few days to reflect on the current social issues — racism, police brutality and protesting of civil rights — and to listen to what his bosses and players had to …
Independence outfielder Robert Hassell and former Brentwood Academy pitcher Bryce Jarvis probably won’t wait long to hear their names called during the Major League Baseball Draft on June 10.
With everything that's gripping the United States right now, many are looking for ways to help, to act, to make a difference.