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Brian Out Loud

September 28, 2021
Sometimes I scratch my head when it comes to great athletes that just don’t seem to be getting the recruiting looks that they should be late in their high school careers. Navarre’s Devin Wright…

Brian Out Loud

September 22, 2021
Some things never change in college football. Alabama keeps winning. Florida State can’t get itself right.

Brian Out Loud

September 14, 2021
Loss. Loss. Loss. Loss. It is kind of a dreary start to a column but it’s a simple way of stating that the beginning of the 2018 volleyball season, Ryan Davenport’s first as the head coach, did…

Brian Out Loud

September 8, 2021
In some ways the high school football world mirrors the current state of the job market in this country. While there isn’t pay involved, a need to go to an open interview, or even a sign-on bon…

Brian Out Loud

August 31, 2021
I feel at times as if I’m dodging bullets doing my job amid the COVID-19 pandemic, wondering if I’ve been exposed and torn at times on when to wear my mask in a sports setting and when I’m good wi…

Brian Out Loud

August 24, 2021
We are back to normal as we get ready for another high school sports season. Well, we are sort of back to normal.

Brian Out Loud

August 18, 2021
I’ve noticed lately that people tend to take what the non-experts have to say and view it as the truth. It doesn’t matter how ridiculous the opinion might be.

Brian Out Loud

August 10, 2021
While society fights over what’s being taught in schools, what political candidates deserve support and what opinion is the right one when it comes to the pandemic, just remember it’s the simple t…

Brian Out Loud

August 3, 2021
More than seven hours from home on a Monday night in early May, I’m in Port Orange covering a regional championship flag football game. Navarre is on the brink of school history and makes it ha…

Brian Out Loud

July 27, 2021
As Navarre running back coach and head track coach Tony Carter always says, you have to expect greatness. And that was the expectation I took into the Florida Press Association’s awards luncheo…