Mike Organ, The Tennessean

Mike Organ

The Tennessean

Nashville, TN, United States

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  • WBIR Channel 10
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Recent articles by Mike:

Seven-time champ Scott Wietecha could be even better with Nashville marathon in the fall

The 21st annual St. Jude Rock 'n' Roll Nashville Marathon & Half-Marathon was moved to Nov. 21. → Read More

Brandt Snedeker: PGA Tour positioned to help lead the way in return to sports

The PGA Tour, suspended in March by the coronavirus pandemic, will resume June 11 at Colonial Country Club in Ft. Worth, Texas. → Read More

Nashville Sounds still hoping to salvage 2020 season

Sounds general manager Adam Muse believes a 40-game home schedule remains a possibility. → Read More

Murder suspect wanted in the killing of East Nashville woman in custody

Police say Kevin Horner was wanted in the slaying of April Wilson on April 10 → Read More

Metro police officer decommissioned after being charged with domestic assault

Officer Matthew Cammarn was arrested at his home in Hendersonville. → Read More

Former Siegel star running back Gerald Howse, now an assistant at Tennessee Tech, dies

Gerald Howse had joined the staff at Tennessee Tech in January. → Read More

Nashville Marathon rescheduled for Nov. 21

The marathon originally was scheduled for April 25 → Read More

300,000 Florida largemouth bass being stocked in Kentucky Lake

The stocking began Tuesday and will be finished Thursday with hopes of producing bigger largemouth bass in the lake. → Read More

Athlon delays college football preview magazines over uncertainty of season but they're arriving soon

Tennessee's Eric Gray and Vanderbilt's Dayo Odeyingbo will be featured on the magazine's regional covers. → Read More

Tennessee State kicker Antonio Zita transferring

Zita, a former Lincoln County star, made the All-OVC second team this past season. → Read More

More people are hunting and fishing in Tennessee during coronavirus pandemic

There has been a sharp increase in the number of hunting and fishing licenses purchased this year over last year. → Read More

Start for Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway season postponed for the fifth time

June 6 race is the latest to be suspended. → Read More

Nashville group hoping to bring Major League Baseball to town applies for logo trademark

Music City Baseball applied for a trademark on the same logo used by the Nashville Stars Negro Leagues team. → Read More

Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission will vote on hunting regulations at next meeting

The meeting will be Thursday and Friday at Marriott of Cool Springs in Franklin. → Read More

Nine-year-old boy catches 80-pound sturgeon in Spencer Creek

It took Coye Price almost 15 minutes to get the huge fish into the boat. → Read More

Murfreesboro teen competes in 'America Ninja Warrior Junior' quarterfinals

Caleb Brown, 14, gave up baseball to devote more time to improving his skills on the ninja warrior obstacle course. → Read More

Brandt Snedeker praises Simmons Bank for sponsoring Korn Ferry Tour players

Simmons Bank announced a sponsorship agreement with Dawson Armstrong, Kevin Dougherty, Braden Thornberry and Will Zalatoris → Read More

Longtime Tennessean sports writer Jimmy Davy dies at 87

Jimmy Davy spent 45 years at The Tennessean as a sports writer, columnist and deputy sports editor → Read More

Nashville-area small business owners ready to return to work

Small business owners in Middle Tennessee are ready to go back to work after having to shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Michael Jordan was a big hit in Nashville but never got called up by the Sounds

Michael Jordan played minor league baseball in 1994 and came to Nashville several times to play in front of huge crowds at Greer Stadium. → Read More