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A triptych of three images: a husky; diners in a restaurant window; a plate of saucy wings

Sports

OK, so a team from the South didn’t make it. Here’s why we’re watching anyway

A town square with a blue sky, fall trees, and cars on the road

Travel

ESPN College GameDay visited the Virginia college town last weekend. Here’s what to do there when you show up too

Arts & Culture

From Messi in Miami to U.S. Soccer in Atlanta, the beautiful game is growing in the South

Sporting

In honor of a historic season, enjoy a trot down memory lane

Sporting

Whether you’re a soccer aficionado or don’t know a hat trick from a header, tune into the Women’s World Cup starting today to cheer on these Southern stars

Sporting

The Georgia native just took down the world number five and is headed for tomorrow’s quarterfinals on centre court

crossroads

The pilot and novelist recalls finding his way back home across the sky

traditions

A new dad reflects on family, traditions, and the things we carry with us

Sporting

Meet the Indiana native who grew up glued to TBS and once wrote a letter to his idol, Skip Caray—never imagining he’d someday take his place

Interview

The Floridian hits the grid as Formula One’s sole American driver

Sporting

There’s no better day on the Southern sports calendar to get a little shut-eye

Arts & Culture

Conrad Thompson—son-in-law of legendary Southern wrestler Ric Flair—tag-teams with former heels and babyfaces to dish the backstage dirt

Sports

A better question is, should Shaq eat a horned frog?

Sporting

Walker Zimmerman and Shaq Moore hold the line at the planet’s biggest sporting event

Arts & Culture

Ever wonder how the most eccentric sports team in the South pitches on stilts, choreographs dances, and dreams up their next viral sketch? Owner Jesse Cole peels back the curtain