Richardson sees a brighter future

Now that Trent Richardson has been traded to the Indianapolis Colts his career and marketability have a major growth opportunity. In one of the most unusual NFL trades I have ever seen, Richardson was traded to the Colts Wednesday, September 18, 2013. The Colts gave the Cleveland Browns their 2014 first round draft pick in […]

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Predictions: Who will get burned by the hot seat?

As far as the standard for big-time FBS (D-1A) college football goes, NCAA coaches are now held at ridiculously high standards in that they are expected to win consistently throughout their tenure as head coach or be fired and tossed out in never-ending shame for the program. ESPN’s video depicts this supposed “hot seat” very […]

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Red Sox: Worst-to-First

What is the secret recipe for taking a 69 – 93 record team to a 95 – 62? The Red Sox just clinched the American League East Division for the first time since  2007, after having the worst season since 1994. How is it that they went from the  worst team to the best in […]

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59

  Last Friday, Jim Furyk did something that has only been done on the PGA five other times, shoot a 59.  Furyk’s 59 does bring to light the question of; why this doesn’t happen more often?  With the amount of talent in professional golf this day and age, not to mention the huge leaps in […]

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Investigative Journalism: What to Do and What Not to Do

If the month of August in college football was defined by the Johnny Manziel autograph signing scandal, September’s off-the-field news has come from  two separate reports of breaking the rules. The first investigation to make news was Sports Illustrated’s five part series on Oklahoma State indiscretions beginning in 2001. The reports, titled The Money, The […]

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Gurley: More Than Meets The Eye

After UGA’s first two games of the season, word on the street favors Todd Gurley to be a contender for the Heisman trophy. Gurley went to work this offseason, trying to work on his game without the ball. This was evident playing against South Carolina, since his pass-blocking has improved tremendously since last season. During […]

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The 21 year old hits it big

Jeff Bagley Neymar Da Silva Santos Junior has recently been added to the depth charts for Barcelona. Coming from a smaller club Santos FC in Brazil, and moving to one of the top ranked clubs in the world, after he only recently turned the ripe old age of 21. Barcelona has taken somewhat of a […]

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A Rambling Recap of Clemson

When I received word that it would be my turn to make a blog post for this week, I initially wanted to touch on some sort of broad sports topic or maybe something involving Fox Sports One’s attempt to compete for viewers with ESPN. In truth, though, my mind is still muddled with memories of […]

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Former UGA Pitcher Making a Quick Start to a Long Journey

Alex Wood Profile r Former Bulldog, Alex Wood, found out what it feels like to make it to the show in just a very short amount of time. The twenty-two year old Charlotte, North Carolina native was the second round pick by the Atlanta Braves in the 2012 Major League Baseball Draft. Ever since the […]

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Is There A Gus Malzahn Without A Cam Newton?

  This coming Saturday, there will be a new head coach roaming “The Plains” in Auburn, Al. Gus Malzahn and his revered spread offense will be back in action for the first time in Auburn since the 2011 season. Gus Malzahn spent his first stent at Auburn as offensive coordinator for previous head coach Gene Chizik, where he […]

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