Lane Kiffin Gets The Boot

Get fired once, that is unfortunate. Get fired twice from the same kind of job, well that is maybe a sign to choose a new career. Lane Kiffin, head coach of the USC football team, was fired the morning of Sunday, Sept. 29 after the Trojan lost 62-41 against Arizona State. Prior to coaching at […]

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Falcons Down and Out?

Falcons Down and Out by Andrew Chang In 2010 the Atlanta Falcons ended there season with a record of 13 wins, 3 loses and a lost to the Packers during the Divisional Playoffs. The next year the Falcons ended the season with a record of 10 wins and 6 loses and a lost during the […]

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Dawgs Football

The Dawgs saw a bit of a blunder beginning two weekends ago when we were in enemy territory at the University of Tennessee. It had appeared that Tennessee had more than just “volunteered” to play a football game, but rather came out to take down our best players as well. To add on to the […]

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NBA 2013 draft

Victor Miltiades NBA Rookie Preview             The 2013 NBA draft was not touted as a league changing draft, not nearly as hyped as the current 2014 rookie draft.  There was no clear consensus for a number one overall pick, no one stood out leaps and bounds above the rest. In fact no one stood out […]

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Roger Federer-Is retirement the next step?

Roger Federer is a well known tennis player who is ranked among the top 10 tennis players in the world. His career highlights include several world records and has won 17 Grand Slam singles and went to the Wimbledon final eight times. Along others, he shares the record for the most titles at the Australian […]

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Sportsmanship May Not Always be at its Finest

The way that Athletes conduct themselves is of a certain degree of importance when considering the overall effect his or her behavior can have on the team, as well as the arena in which the sporting event is being held. In Dominic Raiola’s case he was one of the athletes who wasn’t able to maintain […]

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Crimson and Cream with Envy

This past week,  head coach of the University of Oklahoma football team, Bob Stoops, has once again taken a jab at the Southeastern Conference. After referring to the SEC’s reputation as “propaganda” in May, he made comments regarding the perception that SEC defenses are the most dominant in the country. Following questions about his thoughts […]

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Falcons-Jets more than a game; a turning point

When the Atlanta Falcons started the season most experts and pundits predicted them to be one of the last teams standing and have a chance to play for the Lombardi trophy. As a huge Falcons fan I was devastated at how last year ended, ten yards shy of a Super Bowl and a trip to […]

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Tiger Woods and the Presidents Cup

Tiger Woods. When most people hear this name, it’s either a love or a hate response. To be honest, I never had a problem with Tiger Woods until his whole mistress scandal, but this issue has definitely blown over in the past year. He still has an enormous fan base, and people still continue to […]

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A Costly Victory

I think I speak for most UGA football fans when I say that Saturday afternoon was one of the most stressful football games I have ever had to sit through. As a fan you feel even more powerless watching your team play away, and this weekend was no exception. There is no question that the Tennessee […]

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