The Secrets to Picking the Best Bracket (Know Nothing About College Basketball)

By Jennifer Lvovich March Madness. It’s a time of year that sort of sneaks up on everyone, probably due to the fact that the college basketball regular season is hard to follow, and to be honest, it’s not that exciting unless two division rivals are going head to head. Any restaurant you go to during […]

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Tiger Woods back at #1

By Maggie Heintzman Over the past three years, Tiger Woods has had his fair share of negative media coverage, and some might say rightly so. In October, 2010, an argument with his wife turned public and left the media in a frenzy, exposing the fact that Woods had been having multiple, ongoing extramarital affairs. After […]

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Coming Out in the NFL

By Kristen Hassey The possibility of the NFL having an openly gay football player is near, according to recent reports. This leads to a few questions. How will it affect his career? Is the league ready? Are the fans ready? Are the players ready? Many think they are, not to mention fully prepared to support […]

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March Madness, Barack Obama and Harry Potter.

By Adam Greenwald When the field of 64 teams was announced, almost every reader, fan, and sports analyst filled out their bracket with Georgetown and New Mexico advancing past the first round. For God’s sake, they had Florida Gulf Coast and Harvard as their opponents. Each of these teams had 0 NCAA tournament wins in […]

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Upcoming NFL Draft

By Kathleen Flood The 2013 NFL Draft is a little over a month away and professional football will be gaining some incredible talent from the college level athletes advancing to the next level. However, with a hectic and often unpredictable season in college football and an array of scandals involving high profile players along with […]

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Spring is Here: Formula 1 Races are Underway

The anticipation for those 5 red lights to turn on and mark the start of the race.  The burning rubber and high pitched screeches made from tires that have been anxiously waiting to fly down the track.  The dangerous passing of other cars in extremely high speeds around hair-pin turns and smooth straightaways.  The pitstops […]

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Team Long Brothers

by Jamie Gallagher There’s no crying in baseball, but what about basketball? LeBron James would argue that his tears were spent on a worthy cause, and I think everyone would agree. At the 2012 Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year Awards banquet, James was almost in tears when he heard the story of Conner and […]

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Social Media at the NFL Combine

By Hannah Couch At the NFL Combine, football skills and talent are not the only things that college players are judged on by the professional teams and coaches. Game strategy and knowledge are tested through an actual pencil and paper exam. Media presence and composure are examined through several press conferences and intense interviews. And […]

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Dennis Rodman befriends North Korean dictator

By Annalise Coronel Dennis Rodman has not received this much attention in over a decade. The former NBA player, who led the Detroit Pistons and the Chicago Bulls to numerous championships in the 90’s, traveled to North Korea with the Harlem Globetrotters to film part of a new HBO series. During his stay, Rodman befriended […]

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Forecast: Storms with a Chance of Lame

By Scott Cogar There is a lot of talk in the sports world about something I have never understood: storming the court/field by fans after a game. It’s a bizarre ritual that I think has some mob-mentality style psychological undertones. The buzz stems from a recent college basketball game in which the #3 Duke Blue […]

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