The sad statistics – Domestic violence against women is a disturbingly common occurrence in the United States. Estimates from the National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS) indicate that from 1993 to 1998, women were victims of violent crimes by their intimate partners and average of more than 935,000 times a year. During this period, intimate-partner violence […]


Like many other boxing fans on June 9th of this year I vowed to give up on boxing. The controversial split decision after the Manny Pacquiao vs. Timothy Bradley fight was just too much for me. Clearly Pacquiao had won that fight and if you were to look back at the video even Bradley looked […]


The season is young but some of the rookie stars around the league have already begun to show their mettle and that they belong with the big boys. It appears that the list will be short in the race for Rookie of the Year as a tough combo guard from Weber State is making his […]


Derek Dooley at Tennessee, Gene Chizik at Auburn and Jon Embree at the University Colorado were fired from their jobs – they are no longer head coaches.  The only difference – some would say is that Dooley and Chizik actually have a better chance to get rehired from another university. It’s no secret – there […]

As The NBA turns…a basketball soap opera

The soap opera-type drama is in full effect in the Association although it’s only the beginning of the season. The cast of characters, rumors, trades, death stares, and the young talent of the league have all been tantalizing sub-plots so far. The first coaching casualty of the season is Lakers head coach Mike Brown. The […]

Will the EAGLES ever be VICKTORIOUS?

I would like to see the EAGLES win and have a good season.  I’m a Michael Vick fan so I want him to be successful and have a winning season.  But let’s face it – it is really hard to watch an Eagles game these days.  They are 3-5 and have lost 4 games in […]


Growing up in East Lansing, Michigan, Magic Johnson was King.  So needless to say when he went to the LA Lakers my dad automatically became a Lakers fan and I was for a little bit. Plus back then I enjoyed hating on the Celtics just as much with my dad.  But later I became a Bulls […]


The days after hurricane Sandy hit you have seen the best in people.  The areas hardest hit – New Jersey, New York, Connecticut and parts of West Virginia have seen lives lost, electricity gone,  flooding  and devastation unimaginable.  But you have also seen people coming together – neighbors offering, food, water, clothes and hope. Sports […]

Amazing Athletes

Watch our new episode featuring athletes, coaches, parents and volunteers that we met at the Georgia Special Olympics Games. It was an incredible experience that all of us involved will never forget and we are excited to share these incredible stories. For more information about how you can volunteer or donate to the Special Olympics […]

In need of a CAM BACK

Immature, selfish, out of touch, a bust, a loser – these are just some of the words and phrases that have surrounded Cam Newton so far this season.  A far departure from the words and phrases Cam heard last season – incredible athlete, taking the NFL by storm, amazing, winner, a beast, awesome, the real […]

WEIGHT a minute – time to MOVE

We all know what to do – to lose weight we have to eat less and move more. So that’s what I’m doing – I’m eating better and now it’s time to get moving.  I’ve partnered with Thomas Murphy and COLONY SQUARE ATHLETIC CLUB. Thomas is a great and experienced trainer who is going to […]

WEIGHT a minute – a NEW Attitude

Just recently my Doctor told me that my blood pressure was high and I was put on medication. I can honestly tell you I was shocked to hear this.  I knew that over the last six months I hadn’t worked out as much and I hadn’t been eating the best. Basically being busy and I put […]


I had the privilege to watch Chipper during one of his “goodbye” games. It was a clear and warm night and everyone in Turner Field was excited and sad at the same time. The signs read “We love you Chipper” “We will miss you Chipper” and “Thanks Chipper.” For the past 19 seasons Larry Wayne […]

WELCOME to That’s What SHE Said Sports!

The definition of “fear” is – An unpleasant emotion caused by the belief that someone or something is dangerous, likely to cause pain, or a threat. For years I was held hostage by fear because I was afraid to fail. I then realized that I had already failed because I never tried. I’m telling you […]

WEIGHT a minute

You ever get so busy with life you forget all about yourself? It’s the kids, husband, wife, school, laundry, boyfriend, girlfriend, family, car dies, pick up dry cleaning, stand in the line for the new iPhone.  You know how that goes…. So while your dealing with life you realize you haven’t been eating the greatest and […]

The Replacement Killers

I wrote this after the debacle on Monday night.  Needless to say by the time I got to the last sentence the NFL and the regular officials were already in a meeting and of course as you know THEY ARE BACK and all is right in the football world again! But this was too good to […]

Williams Brings Big Changes to KSU

Vaughn Williams, the Athletic Director at Kennesaw State University along with some members of his staff talk to Nicole about his first year and what exciting things are to come in year two. Tune in for the full interview on our YouTube channel TWSSSports