2. Who is your favorite interview? "I cut my teeth interviewing Nick Hyder at Valdosta nearly every day, and he would talk about everything from religion to the tackle trap. I always enjoyed Jim Hughes because he often had a different take on things and was so intelligent. Of today's coaches, I can honestly say I've never had a boring interview with Maurice Freeman or Rush Propst. They're different, but both are insightful and entertaining."
3. What is the most memorable game that you've seen? "I'm from Thomas County, so watching Central and Thomasville play for the state championship in 1993 was just surreal and it was a great game. They brought in so much extra field-level seating that we had to kneel on the sidelines all night so everyone behind us could see. But for excitement, Valdosta's 40-37 win over Southwest DeKalb in the 1994 semifinals in the Georgia Dome is hard to beat. Southwest had Quincy Carter and guys who went on to run in the Olympics; so much talent. But Valdosta found a way to hang around and made some plays at the end. If I hadn't seen it, I might not have believed that it happened."