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2017 Events Schedule

Social Hour 6pm - 7pm
Dinner at 7:00 pm
Speaker at 7:30 pm

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Mike Keith Voice of he Tennessee Titans


Spring/Summer Huddle

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

“The Voice of the Titans,” Mike Keith, is in his 19th season with the Tennessee Titans in 2016.

From 1987-1998, Keith held posts with the Vol Radio Network, WIVK Radio and WBIR-TV in Knoxville. Then, the call came from Nashville to join the Mid-south’s new NFL team. Keith jumped at the new challenge to be “The Voice of the Titans”.

Keith was quickly recognized as one of the NFL’s most exciting announcers. In January of 2000, Keith called one of the greatest plays in NFL history, “The Music City Miracle,” a last-second touchdown that gave the Titans an improbable playoff win over Buffalo. ESPN named Keith’s description of the play as one of the 10 best radio calls in American sports history.

In addition to his play-by-play duties, Keith hosts Mike Mularkey’s weekly radio show and the Titans All Access television show, provides extensive on-air coverage and analysis for TitansOnline.com, emcees all official Titans events and speaks to civic and business groups throughout the region.

Keith also calls Tennessee state championship events as part of the Titans’ relationship with the TSSAA. In addition, he regularly hosts shows on Sirius XM NFL Radio and has done play-by-play for SEC-ESPN Network.

Keith has been named as Tennessee Sportscaster of the Year 11 times since 2000, has won over 20 Associated Press state awards and has captured two national honors, including the industry’s most prestigious award: the Edward R. Murrow Award for nationwide excellence in sports reporting.

Keith lives in his hometown of Franklin with his wife, Michelle. They have two children, Abby (22) and Matthew (17)

Greg Byrne (University of Alabama AD)

September 12

Greg Byrne, Vice President for Athletics at the University of Arizona, was formally introduced as The University of Alabama's Director of Athletics by UA President Dr. Stuart Bell at a press conference in the Mal M. Moore Athletics Building Thursday afternoon. Byrne succeeds Bill Battle, who announced his plans to step down after nearly four years as Director of Athletics.

Byrne officially began his tenure as Director of Athletics on March 1, the same day that Battle transitioned to a new role as Special Assistant to the President.

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Greg Byrne University of Alabama Athletic Director

Kirk McNair Editor/Publisher 'BAMA Magazine and BamaMag.com

Kirk McNair (Alabama Magazine)

September 26

 Kirk McNair is the editor and owner of Bama Magazine and BamaMag.com, which he founded in 1979 after serving as sports information director at the University of Alabama. He has won national awards for sportswriting and is the former president of the National Collegiate Sportswriters Association and of the Alabama Sportswriters Association. He is the coauthor of Always a Crimson Tide, Gamechangers, and What It Means to Be Crimson Tide.

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Chuck Driesbach (Linebacker coach Cleveland, Buffalo, Ole Miss and many more)

October 3rd

Chuck Driesbach enters his first year as an NFL coach after 36 years in the college ranks including five (2007-11) as Assistant Head Coach and Defensive Coordinator at Rice University.  He is entering his 37th year of coaching, including 20 years as a defensive coordinator.  

Driesbach’s 2008 Rice defense held opponents to fewer total yards in all areas compared to 2007 while playing one additional game. The unit tied for seventh in the country in Turnover Margin (1.15) and tied for 10th in Fumble Recoveries (15). They held three opponents to less than 100 yards rushing and allowed just one rushing touchdown over the final three games.

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Chuck Driesback Cleveland Browns Linebacker Coach


 Chris Hatcher

Chris Hatcher (Samford's Football Coach)
October 10th


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Cole Cublic
October 17th


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 Cole Cubelic
 Pat Forde

Pat Forde (Yahoo Sports Writer)

October 24th

Forde began his career in 1987 working as a journalist for The Courier-Journal, where his writing won numerous awards.  He initially worked there as a beat reporter and then spent 12 years writing a column.
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Army/Navy Football Alumni Roundtable

November 14th

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Wimp Sanderson and Sonny Smith

Sonny Smith and Wimp Sanderson November 21 st

Winfrey "Wimp" Sanderson (born August 8, 1937)[1] is a retired American college basketball coach. He coached at the University of Alabama from 1981 to 1992 and the University of Arkansas at Little Rock from 1994 to 1999.

Charles H. "Sonny" Smith (born November 15, 1936) is a retired American men's college basketball head coach. Originally from Roan Mountain, Tennessee, Smith served as a head coach for twenty-two seasons. He is credited with turning around losing programs at East Tennessee State University and Auburn University. Additionally, Smith coached Virginia Commonwealth University from 1989-1998.[1]

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