Doctors Sara Gould and Asif Irfan were careful not to wade too much into Tua’s medical treatment after what they saw on September 29, but say there was no doubt the quarterback suffered a brain injury.
Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa likely suffered head and neck injuries when he was slammed to the ground during a play Thursday night in a game versus the Cincinnati Bengals, according to the team.
What hasn’t Kyle Petty done in his life, NASCAR driver, Country singer, sportscaster and now Author. Kyle’s new book Swerve or Die is on sale now. It is a national best seller and is being raved as a “must-read for any NASCAR fan.” Kyle shares everything in the book, including dealing with the tragic death of his son Adam on the race track. Kyle joined us virtually on the WBRC FOX6 News at Noon.
When I heard the Oak Grove Marching Band earlier this season at a Thursday night game I knew we had to make them our Band of the Week. At the time I did not know that the band had won the last three Class 4A band state titles. I do now. There is a culture of excellence with members of the band, however that's not why this band sounds good, its because members of this band work hard and strive to be better than the last performance.
What started as a shoving match turned into an all-out brawl when Bucs wide receiver Mike Evans, who totaled 3 catches for 61 yards in the game, came running off of the sidelines to lay a hit on Saints cornerback Marshon Lattimore.
Four years ago, Stewart had his own health scare. Stewart had a stroke in his sleep, and 16 months later he went under bypass surgery. He said his team at Brookwood Baptist are the reason he is alive today.
When you are known by an acronym you know you are good, so for MPW its sound stands alone. MPW stands for Marching Purple and White, the Bessemer City High School band. Michael Parks is the band director and he has around 90 members this year. Its halftime show has no title, though it's more of an old school performance that any crowd can get into.
Sunbelt Golf Corporation Chairman John Cannon said a series of groundskeeping mistakes damaged the course’s greens. The maintenance staff mistook a one ton bag of herbicide for green sand, and then spread it on almost every green on the property, effectively poisoning the sensitive bent grass, according to Cannon.
Auburn football will host the second of eight home games this season tomorrow at Jordan-Hare Stadium. Fans typically head to Toomer’s Corner after a big win, but you should know some areas remain off-limits for fans.
The Birmingham Barons president and general manager Jonathan Nelson says this time of year, there are mixed emotions. While there is anticipation for the remaining games, there’s sadness because the season is ending.
The Jemison High School Blue Regiment Band is full of secrets, but is on a mission that is far from impossible. The band, under the direction of Dakota Bromley, is made up of 81 members. This Falls halftime show is called "Secret Agents," and it pays homage to James Bond and Mission: Impossible movie sagas. Some of those tied to the Blue Regiment talk to WBRC about what makes this band what it is and how it sounds.