Editorial

John Cassimus, Zoë’s Kitchen founder: “I just like doing things that other people aren’t willing to do”

The founder of Zoë’s Kitchen talks playing at Alabama, learning through adversity, how football made him a better businessman, and the changing culture of fast casual restaurants.

Galu Tagovailoa: Tua, Taulia would never be who they are without God

The father of Tua and Taulia Tagovailoa talks moving from Hawaii to Alabama, teaching his kids football, the importance of faith in Tua’s life and attending Mass with Nick Saban.

Bobby Bowden: Family, spiritual life, more important than football

The legendary Florida State coach, and Birmingham native, talks championships, almost becoming the Alabama head coach, his family, and serving God’s purpose.

Karle’s Korner: Saturday is about no one but Jalen Hurts

When Hurts enters the game, it will officially signify that he is remaining with the team for the rest of the season.

Charles Barkley: ‘I am not a role model’ Nike ad, "greatest thing I ever did in my life”

NBA and Auburn Legend, Charles Barkley, talks growing up in Leeds, the best players he ever faced, paying college athletes, and more. Plus, he reflects on the “I'm Not A Role Model” Nike campaign, and shares his thoughts on what Birmingham needs to do to grow.

Cornelius Bennett reflects on ‘The Sack’: “The only time in my career that I thought I hurt somebody”

From Bama to Buffalo, All-American linebacker, Cornelius Bennett, reflects on growing up in Ensley, “The Sack”, and how he became known as “Biscuit”. Plus, he talks about being a proud father watching his son play at Tennessee, his decision to donate his brain for CTE research, and more.

Air It Out: Paul Finebaum

The voice of the SEC, Paul Finebaum, reflects on his days working at WBRC FOX6, the difference between Alabama and Auburn fans, and the importance his callers have had on his career in the media.

Karle’s Korner: Saban’s post-game comment splits America

Nick Saban is making as many headlines for what he said after Alabama’s 51-14 beat down of Louisville as much as the game itself.

Karle’s Korner: Jake Pratt heads to college - a happy but bittersweet time

I'll miss Jake Pratt, but I promised I will visit him over Christmas.

Karle’s Korner: Jalen Hurts sounds off, and it won’t help his cause

They are the comments heard around the Bama Nation, and they are comments that are not being taken fondly by many Crimson Tide football fans. Yes, Jalen indeed hurts, and that hurt has been simmering inside the young man's brain since moments after Tua went all 2nd-and-26 on the Georgia Bulldogs.

Bama QB: Jalen or Tua? Tua or Jalen?

So who's it going to be? Jalen or Tua? Tua or Jalen? You didn't think that Nick Saban was going to tip his hat at SEC Media Days, did you?

  Karle’s Korner: Bama’s Eddie Conyers 90 years young & still going strong

Eddie Conyers is an Alabama legend. He, perhaps, does not possess the name recognition of a Joe Namath or a Julio Jones, but those Bama greats certainly know and love Eddie.

Karle’s Korner: Race legend Red Farmer remembers a good friend 25 years after losing him

It was 25 years ago this week when Red lost the young man he considered his son.

Karle’s Korner: Cam Newton helps child’s dream come true

Cam Newton walked past Drew Hurst on Friday morning and the young football player gasped.

Karle’s Korner: A second chance for Chris Stewart

Nearly thirty years ago, he stood eagerly in the WBRC sports office eager to please. His name was Chris Stewart, and I had a feeling that this sports intern would be somebody.

Karle’s Korner: Emanuel Bell less than 2 months from major milestone

The coach is less than two months away from reaching two years from being diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer. To understand what an achievement this is, you need only look at numbers.

Karle’s Korner: Pat Sullivan - the fighter keeps on fighting

Pat Sullivan was a multi-sport athlete at John Carroll Catholic High School in Birmingham. Today, the Auburn football legend and 1971 Heisman Trophy winner continues to fight the fight.

Karle’s Korner: Saban’s boat trip & that TMZ video; great PR for a great coach

Nick Saban is a softy. There, I said it. Of course, many of his assistant coaches and others who work for him may strongly disagree, but the greatest coach in college football history has a soft side and a kind heart- just keep him away from Finebaum, media people who ask dumb questions and people who question his football knowledge.

Karle’s Korner: Celebrating 34 years of marriage with 34 tips to make it last

What's the secret? As a pastor told me years ago, "If you always remember that it's all about her and not about you, your marriage will last." That was certainly great advice, but I thought I'd offer up some advice of my own.

Karle’s Korner: Joe Namath turns 75 - how did that happen?

It seems like yesterday that Joe Namath was a twenty-something swashbuckler, but today he's 75.

Karle's Korner: Pell City Sign At Health Club: Are You Fat And Ugly? Sign Up Here!

I don't know about you, but when I'm driving down the road, I always enjoy seeing a roadside sign that reminds that I'm fat AND ugly- like I don't hear that enough at home (I kid, I think).

Karle's Korner: Ten reasons why Bama football fans are jacked!

If you noticed today that your neighbor or co-worker had a little more bounce in his/her step,  there could be a reason: That person could be an Alabama football fan.

Karle's Korner: Torrey Ward: A reporter's favorite

Sports Anchor Rick Karle reflects on the life and passion of former Blazer basketball player Torrey Ward, who was killed in a plane crash.

Karle's Korner: Bama nabs a coach from the pro ranks: This just might work!

Let me get this straight: He's a man who is small in stature but owns a big heart. He is a man who spent years in Louisiana, owns a championship, and is seldom outworked. He was nabbed from the pro ranks and is nicknamed by many "The Little General". Where have we seen this before?

Karle's Korner: Nick Saban and Jonathan Taylor: Where the 'process' failed

The following is a commentary blog from FOX6 Sports Director Rick Karle: