Rams Emerging as JPS Best While Chasing Postseason

By Sedrick Durr Jackson Advocate Contributing Writer   While entertaining a three-game winning streak, Provine has slowly emerged as Jackson Public Schools’ most successful team at this point of the 2014 Football season. Despite a 3-3 start, the Rams managed to keep the wheels from coming off and now are looking to make a postseason […]

Three JPS Players Selected For All Star Football Classic

By Sedrick Durr Jackson Advocate Contributing Writer The 2014 Mississippi-Alabama All-Star Football Classic will take place on December 13 at the Crampton Bowl in Montgomery Alabama. However, the 28th Annual event will not go on without at least roster acknowledgement of three Jackson Public School standouts. Malik Dear and Keontye Garner of Murrah and Tommy […]

Big XII Monday

Each week every article, media outlet, and experts think we have finally figured out what to expect and who will win. Then West Virginia decides to stomp Baylor, Kansas State beats who I thought would be the National Champions on the road and many other twisty turvy storylines that excites and befuddle most college football […]

Pro-Wrestling’s Biggest Misses and Near Misses of the 90’s: The Fake Outsiders

When Scott Hall and Kevin Nash left the WWE for WCW in 1996, they made a huge splash, and ignited the Monday Night Wars between both organizations. WCW, for quite some time had the upper hand. Hall and Nash’s (along with Hollywood Hulk Hogan) formation of the NWO and The Outsiders was integral in most of those […]

Big XII Monday Round-Up

This week I am going to try to change-up the format a little bit, especially with basketball season looming. I hope you enjoy the new format and would love to hear feedback either way. With that being said, lets rock n roll. Game of the Week: TCU-58 at Baylor-61 TCU rolled into Baylor this week […]

I Got The Power: Week 6 NFC Power Rankings AGSH Style

What an eventful week in the NFC!  Just when we all thought the Giants were turning the corner, huh?  Yeah, well…not so much.  And a tie…the Panthers/Bengals ended in a tie.  And did the Cowboys steal the win in Seattle?  Only if Joseph Randle had something to say about it.  So, without much further ado….The Week 6 Rankings: 16.  Tampa Bay […]

Breaking The Huddle: Week 7 Review

  Before Week 6, AL.com writer Kevin Scarbinsky told the state of Mississippi to “Put up or shut your trap” and then before week 7 ESPN’s PTI (Pardon The Interruption) told the state of Mississippi “It’s Over” on their Friday afternoon show. Hmm, wonder how that crow taste? In all fairness, Scarbinsky did write this article bragging […]

I Got The Power: Week 6 AFC Power Rankings, AGSH Style

What do I remember about this week in the AFC? Let’s start with one of my biggest pet peeves in sports…ties. Bengals didn’t win or lose versus the Panthers and the game ended 37-37. I hate the rule, let’s get rid of it FOR—EVER, FOR—EVER. Man up and play a sudden death overtime period.  When I […]

Clinton Hands Mustangs a Second Consecutive Loss

JPS Roundup By Sedrick Durr Jackson Advocate Contributing Writer After a 6-0 start, Murrah has recorded a loss for the second consecutive week. Clinton became the latest culprit to hand the Mustangs a defeat by producing a 28-14 victory forthemselves. Cam Akers completed 10 passes for 187 yards with three of those going into the […]

Former JPS Standouts Part of Bulldogs, Rebels Historic Season

By Sedrick Durr Jackson Advocate Contributing Writer The Mississippi State Bulldogs and the Ole Miss Rebels have played football on a historic level over the past several weeks which has led to a number one and number three national ranking respectively. With an opportunity to confirm their success with talk of a national championship, products […]