Sebastian Posey is the Digital Content Manager for WBRC FOX6 News in Birmingham, Ala. He also serves as a contributing editor for Magic City Weekend and producer of the Behind the Front and Air It Out podcasts.
In a winter storm, what causes ice instead of snow? What’s the difference between sleet and hail? Is J-P Dice a fan of Vanilla Ice? Find out the answers to these important topics and more as J-P takes a look at your winter weather questions.
From being picked in the 1st round of the NFL draft to living on the streets. Former Alabama star and Keith McCants shares his story of struggle, his trips to rehab, and how he is hoping his past mistakes can help educate a new generation.
It’s Alabama. It’s Auburn. It’s the Iron Bowl! Records don’t matter when bragging rights are on the line. On this special episode of Air It Out, former Auburn QB, Stan White, and former Alabama DB, Antonio Langham, talk the 1992 Iron Bowl.
The fury of flurries – when it comes to snow in the forecast, it seems like there is no middle ground. Either the event falls apart or we get hit with a winter wonderland. But J-P Dice and guest, Wes Wyatt, explain why it’s not snow that worries them, it’s ice.
Comedian, and Crimson Tide superfan, Jermaine "FunnyMaine" Johnson talks getting into comedy, the origin of his “How Bama Fans watched…” videos, and if there is Alabama fatigue in the world of college football.
Daylight Saving Time is here once again. Winter is coming, which means the days will continue to get shorter. This loss of sunlight could give you a case of “the blahs”. But could it be more serious than that?
The “Riverboat Gambler” talks Auburn’s six straight wins over Alabama in the Iron Bowl, the “JetGate” scandal, and how Coach Ed Orgeron helped him meet his wife. Plus, did Tommy Tuberville seriously consider running for governor in Alabama?
Fred Hunter joins J-P Dice this week to discuss covering Hurricane Michael in Panama City, the Waffle House Index, and more. Plus, how does Michael rank compared to other storms Fred has covered in the last 22 years.