Cool Runnings for Lolo?

By Natalie Robertson It all started with a tweet. On October 25, the U.S. Olympic Team posted a tweet announcing the U.S. National’s Bobsled Team for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. It was linked to a press release published by the USA Bobsled and Skeleton Federation (USBSF) with information about members of the […]

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The Michael Vick Show

By David Finder Amongst the teams underachieving in the NFC East, the Eagles seem to be doing the best job at it. With a loss to New Orleans last night, the Philadelphia Eagles are tied for second to last in their division (or second, whichever way you prefer to look at it), but now ride […]

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Running for a different cause.

By Samantha Baker A different type of marathon was held in Staten-Island on Sunday.  The annual celebration of the New York Marathon was cancelled before its start this year, a historic first that no one really knew how to react to. Hundreds of runners, however, refused to let the cancellation spoil their Sunday run that […]

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It’s In Their Genes

By Brooke Hrouda About a year ago, Sports Illustrated came out with a magazine article talking about sports DNA testing. While browsing around the internet yesterday, I happened to run across this article again, and it really got me thinking. While it doesn’t explicitly state this, the article insinuates that parents will someday be able […]

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Not So Soft Anymore

By Kelsey Resetar The Georgia Bulldogs win against the Florida Gators this past Saturday was what they needed after being destroyed by South Carolina a few weeks ago and following Shawn William’s controversial comments about the Georgia defense.  The Dawgs had received a bunch of criticism going into this week’s game.  After a devastating 35-7 […]

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The “Power” of Fans

By Kelsey Backus This past weekend, I made the trek along with thousands of other UGA fans to bear witness to our Dawgs’ glorious defeat of the Florida Gators. Although UGA holds the all-time series rivalry record 48-40-2, from 1990-2011 the record is 18-4 in favor of the Gators. For most fans’ recent memory, UGA […]

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162 games…for one?

By Drew Johnson I need to begin with a warning: this post is written with bias. A lot of bias. Here it is upfront—I’m an Atlanta Braves fan. A big one. I cheered for Chipper Jones as well as Chuckie Thomas. My family has had season tickets since I can remember, and one of my […]

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Lebron James: Sportsman of the Year?

By Hamilton King Should Lebron James win another championship, should he be the Sportsman of the Year? A little over two years ago, everyone outside of Miami would have probably said no. His shenanigans on ‘The Decision’ and on stage in Miami were immature and flamboyant. Many may still resent his abrupt departure from Cleveland, […]

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