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Austin Rivers. Mention that name to any Duke basketball fan, and immediately they’ll tell you he is a guard for their beloved team. Mention that name to a Celtics fan, and they’ll be quick to tell you he is the son of NBA coach Doc Rivers. Utter even a syllable of his name to a […]

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Daytona 500: Ready, Set, CRASH!

This year’s Daytona 500 went off with a bang, literally. Everything that could go wrong with this Daytona 500 did go wrong. The first NASCAR race in prime time television could be remembered for everything but the winner. For the first time in NASCAR ‘s 54-year history a race was postponed because of steady rain […]

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Coca-Cola’s Sponsorships

Since our speaker today is Scott Williamson, Director of Public Affairs and Communications for Coca-Cola and our topic of discussion for this week is sponsorships, what better theme for this blog post could there be than the history of Coca-Cola’s sponsorships? They’ve had a long history of sponsorships. Coca-Cola’s most widely known sponsorships are American […]

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Former UGA Player Fights to Come Back…Again

Former University of Georgia defensive star Thomas Davis is attempting to come back from a third torn ACL on the same knee.  After going down in the Panther’s second game of this past season against Green Bay, almost every fan along with Davis himself believed that the star linebacker’s career was over.  In the article […]

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The Glamour of the Industry

Starting with desire and ending with disappointment, this exemplifies my feelings towards my pre-career in the world of sports promotions. Coming from a background in sports and a burning interest in everything involving the game, it was my goal upon entering college that I would become a part of the Georgia Bulldogs.  It became my […]

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Social Media and Privacy

Since 2004 when Mark Zuckerberg launched Facebook, social media has grown to be an important aspect in most people’s lives, especially college students. Most students actively engage with social media, and some post intimate details and pictures of their daily lives. Simply looking at a student’s social media site can reveal his/her personality, without ever […]

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Title IX

Title IX. Men groan when they hear the phrase. Female activists celebrate. Many are indifferent. At times, the phrase “Title IX” has a negative connotation but at other times, endearing hope. This act of legislation has helped to make giant strives in the equalities of women’s collegiate opportunities; however, it has come with some costs […]

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2012 Atlanta Braves Spring Training

            I’ll admit my excitement for my Spring Break trip to Orlando really plummeted after the Braves started Spring Training with a 1-10 record. However, I was determined to keep my hopes up that I would bring home at least one Braves win once the three game home stand was over. […]

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Olympics Break Up Monotony of Summer Sports Seasons

This weekend’s NFL Combine officially marked the end of football action until players report for summer camp. Like most Americans, I consider this the worst part of the year. Compared to the high-intensity, hard-hitting game of football, I find baseball excruciatingly boring. Basketball has a brief shining moment during March Madness, but when that’s over, […]

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