• Mississippi's Greatest Sports Stories

    Between | the | Pines






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    Here’s an inside look at the documentary television series “Between the Pines: Mississippi’s Greatest Sports Stories”! The series is currently in production. Follow it on the road and stay up to date online at facebook.com/bashbrothersmedia and (Twitter) @bashbrosmedia. For more information on “Between the Pines” just scroll down!

  • About

    Between the Pines

    Bash Brothers Media brings the magic of sports in Mississippi to life in the debut documentary television series “Between the Pines!” Iconic stories that show Mississippi’s rich culture and sports legacy on screen. “Between the Pines” shows how a unique passion for sports shapes the identity of Mississippi --- past, present and future. These are Mississippi’s most important sports stories.
    Scroll down to see what people are saying about “Between the Pines”...

  • Ole Miss quarterback (1968-1970)

    Archie Manning

    “Seven of the biggest games I ever played in...had a huge, huge impact on my career.”







  • 58th Governor of Mississippi (1980-1984)

    William Winter

    “For so many years, Jackson, Mississippi was the college football capital of the south.”

  • Jackson State running back (1970-1973)

    Eddie Payton

    “We had the athletes. We were big, fast and talented.”

  • 15th Chancellor of the University of Mississippi

    Robert Khayat

    “It’s a poignant story, but an uplifiting story.”

  • NFL Player and Coach

    Deshea Townsend

    "One of the highlights of my career was to be able to talk about my high school on the national stage."

  • Ole Miss head football coach

    Hugh Freeze

    “Everything is compared to that era because of how great it was. It is emotional.”

  • Mississippi sports columnist

    Rick Cleveland

    “It was different. We’ll never see that. We’ll never have that time again.”

  • Mississippi Valley State quarterback (1981-1985)

    Willie “Satellite” Totten

    “It was such a momentous event for Mississippi. It was so much bigger than win or loss.”

  • Mississippi State quarterback (1980-1983)

    John Bond

    “I get chill bumps right now just thinking about it...everybody was going nuts.”

  • South Panola HS head football coach (2007-2016)

    Lance Pogue

    “Some things we accomplished I don’t think will ever be duplicated again.”

  • South Panola HS wide receiver / cornerback (2007-2010)

    Nick Brassell

    “If we took a loss...it was like someone stole something from the whole city.”

  • South Panola HS defensive tackle (2002-2006)

    Terrence Pope

    “That’s what made it so good. We were just out there playing with our brothers. We loved each other.”

WHAT THEY’RE SAYING

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Rick Cleveland

Rick Cleveland

Mississippi Today Columnist / Former Clarion Ledger Sports Editor

This is what I love. Mississippi is a state of great story tellers and great stories. I see what you’re doing as kind of a “30 for 30” for Mississippi

John Bond

John Bond

Mississippi State quarterback 1980-'83

“I think y’all are doing it right. It needs to be put down in the history books about all the things that happened.”

Travis Recek

Travis Recek

Sports Reporter / Former FOX40 Sports Director

This series could be unlike anything that the state has seen before.

Rob Jay

Rob Jay

Jackson State University Announcer / Former WLBT Sports Director

People need to know the rich history of sports here in Mississippi...I can’t wait to see it.

Jay White

Jay White

Mississippi Public Broadcasting / ESPN 105.9 FM The Zone

I’m excited about it already. I can’t wait to see it.

Willie Totten

Willie Totten

College Football Hall of Fame ('05) / Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame ('04)

“It’s good to be a part of something that is so special to so many people in the state of Mississippi.”