Mark Richt Agrees to Part Ways – Kristin Tannehill

After 15 seasons, 145 wins and two SEC championships, Mark Richt and Georgia has unfortunately decided to parted ways. The official release said the two sides “mutually agreed” that Richt would step down following a meeting with athletics director Greg McGarity on Sunday. But make no mistake, Richt had spent the last month fighting to […]

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Addiction Thrives in Baseball

All these self-proclaimed baseball men nurture a hardcore, rehab-worthy addiction with the 0-2 slider in the dirt, the 25-man trade deadline in July, the double switch in the bottom of the 8th and the 100-pitch count from the Tommy John pitcher. Baseball’s a loving leech of a sport.   And that addiction has shared record-breaking […]

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Professional Athletes are Grossly Overpaid

The sports industry has a great deal of influence over athletes and their fans, coupled with an enormous of amount of wealth circulation a lot of power. Collegiate sports have grown and evolved into an entirely new entity. Athletes have become pawns in a profit-centric world. Looking at what professional athletes get paid out of […]

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Tax Slayer Bowl Preview

The University of Georgia Bulldogs are set to take on the Penn State Nittany Lions in a January 2nd matchup.  Kick off is set for 12pm in Jacksonville, Florida`s Everbank Field.  So how do these two teams match up? UGA, despite having a 9-3 record, has had a number of issues during the 2015 season.  Georgia […]

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Margin of Success Determined by Length of Hair

Tim Lincecum is a two-time Cy Young winner. After his second award in 2009, three years into the Major Leagues, the San Francisco Giants’ pitcher was known for his high leg kick, devastating 97-mph fastball and the nickname ‘The Freak’. Oh, and of course, his somewhat greasy, tucked behind his ears, shoulder length hair. Fast […]

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Coming to Terms with the Simmons Trade

The Braves that my generation grew up with are nothing more than a distant memory. Since their miraculous run to the 1991 World Series, the Braves have had the luxury of retooling their roster around superstars such as John Smoltz, Tom Glavine, and Chipper Jones. Their unprecedented success spanning from the early 1990s to the […]

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Are Fantasy Sports Gambling?

I’m sure anyone who has browsed the Internet, watched TV, or seen any form of media within the last few months has been exposed to the copious amounts of fantasy sports advertisements. These ads invite users to create an account and participate in the fantasy sports of their choosing. This idea has been around for […]

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NFL Safety, is enough being done?

Whenever you hear about safety in football there’s almost no doubt what the topic will be about, concussions. There’s no reason it shouldn’t be, concussions are some of the scariest most life altering injuries. I’m glad that this is a topic that is more widely discussed and is taken much more seriously than in the […]

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Domestic Violence on the Field

These posts are always hard to get going for me. There’s something about “write whatever you want” that seems so limiting. There’s only so much I can write about a certain team, or about a play that happened in a game last week. So I thought to write about something that may be on the […]

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Hype for Alabama vs. LSU

The game between ranked No. 4 team Alabama and No. 2 LSU was a game talked about for days. Alabama had only lost to Ole Miss and LSU had an undefeated record. There was a lot of talk about LSU running back Leonard Fournette, as he would try to keep his hopes of winning the Heisman […]

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