7A State Champ McGill-Toolen ranked 21st in the Nation

The Maxpreps Top 25 composite poll this week ranks 7A State Champion McGill-Toolen as the 21st best high school football team in the nation. The poll is an averaged compilation of other rankings, such as, MaxPreps Xcellent, PrepNation, USA Today, MaxPreps Computer and High School Football America.

http://highschoolsports.al.com/news/article/2460874602886238949/defending-7a-champ-mcgill-toolen-ranked-no-21-nationally-in-maxpreps-composite-top-25/

Do you think McGill-Toolen can repeat their dominant 13-1 season this fall?

12th Annual Barber’s Vintage Festival is Country’s Largest Vintage Bike Show

Mark your calendars, folks. October 7-9, Barber’s Motorsports Park will host their world famous vintage motorbike event for the 12th year in a row. Motorists bring their beloved rides from all across the country to race, eat, and visit the world-renown Barber’s Motorsports Park.

 

Learn more and get your tickets today at http://www.barbermotorsports.com/vintage-home.php

Tim Tebow’s Pro Baseball Interest Catch Baron’s Eyes

Tim Tebow has gotten the interest of the Birmingham Baron’s after stating interest in pursuing a career in professional baseball.

http://yellowhammernews.com/sports/tim-tebow-wants-play-baseball-barons-apparently-want-him-in-birmingham/

Former MLB player, Chad Moeller, commented:

“I am beyond impressed with Tim’s athleticism and swing, and it goes without saying that he has shown a high level of discipline and strong work ethic,” Moeller said. “I see bat speed and power and real baseball talent. I truly believe Tim has the skill set and potential to achieve his goal of playing in the Major Leagues, and based on what I have seen over the past two months, it could happen relatively quickly.”

NFL team in Birmingham?

As President and CEO of the Bruno Event Team, Gene Hallman speaks out on what makes Birmingham a great sports city and how it may evolving to incorporate higher caliber athletics.

http://www.al.com/news/birmingham/index.ssf/2016/07/as_birmingham_evolves_as_a_spo.html#comments

“I don’t think we’ll ever change the perception that this is a dominant college football market in the country.” -Gene Hallman, on Birmingham sports culture.17