BASEBALL: Today’s column

Here’s the column I had in today’s print edition. The offense showed some fight in Hoover, but it will need that effort and more if the Rebels are to succeed at Miami.

— PA

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6 Responses to “BASEBALL: Today’s column”

  1. Matthew Says:

    Heard you on talk radio here in Chattanooga yesterday afternoon. It sounded great and it was awesome to hear some Rebel talk here in the ‘Nooga.

  2. djrebel Says:

    Thanks Matthew. Glad to know somebody “local” was listening. I’ve always thought Chattanooga would be a great area to cover sports with a good small college and Double-A baseball in town, close to good SEC programs at Tennessee and Georgia and easy access to Atlanta.

    — PA

  3. rebel2011 Says:

    hope the rebs do good this weekend. they will definitely have to bring the preseason all americans lynn and satterwhite instead of the struggling lynn and satterwhite to have a chance. and i really think that for the rebels to do good they need bash to break out of his slump. he was hitting right at .300 about 3 weeks ago but then went on a bad slump that dropped his average about 40 points

  4. rebelfan38652 Says:

    FYI Greg Hardy is #9 scariest defender in college football. What’s the story on him ? is he going to get to play?

  5. rebelfan38652 Says:

    that article can be found on rivals

  6. djrebel Says:

    Rebelfan, I think Hardy will play. There’s a whole lot of talent there, and the job of any coaching staff is to figure out how to use that talent to the team’s advantage.

    I believe Hardy running second team in the spring was about trying to get his attention.

    That being said, I think this staff will have less tolerance for his behavior and attitude than the previous administration.

    What that ultimately means for Hardy will be his decision. He’ll have to decide if he likes playing the game enough to follow team rules and play hard every play.

    If he decides it’s worth it, he’ll be a great player … again.

    — PA

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