Collins Trailblazes in the NBA

The National Basketball Association officially is the first professional league to welcome an openly gay athlete. During the 2012-2013 season, Jason Collins made a life-changing decision, to announce publicly that he was gay. Simultaneously, his “game” was declining at a rapid pace. The world waited to see if the Wizards were going to have him […]

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Famous Jameis’ Juggle Between Two Sports

The Heisman Trophy winner and National Champion is taking some of his time away from the football field to give some attention to the baseball diamond. Jameis Winston is only the second player in history to win the prestigious award while also playing baseball. The last to do this was the iconic Bo Jackson. Being […]

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Is UGA’s drug policy helping or hurting the team?

For the UGA football team, starting the season with at least one or two players suspended is almost a given. This past week, Georgia permanently lost yet another star player because of a “violation of team rules.” Josh Harvey-Clemons was cut from the team after his third team violation relating to drug use. He is […]

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Stand With Sam

This year’s NFL combine will take place starting February 19th and go until February 25th.  The scouting combine is conducted to test the players’ physical and mental abilities in order to evaluate how ready they will be for the NFL.  Throughout the combine, players are susceptible to critiques from not only different coaches throughout the […]

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What Was The Cause Of The Denver Broncos Devastating Loss In The Superbowl

The result of the 2014 was one of the greatest shocks in Superbowl history, so much so that many people even accused the Seattle Seahawks of cheating. However, when the supposed underdogs beat out one of the greatest quarterbacks who’s ever played the game with a 43-8 victory, suspicion is an understandable reaction. People knew that […]

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Why the NBA All-Star Weekend is completely untouchable

The NBA is different than other major American sports leagues. Maybe it is due to smaller rosters or less people actually playing on the court at one time, but one way or another the NBA exudes what can be described as nothing less than swagger (if you need proof look at what the players wear […]

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Back in the USSR

It’s that special time of the year folks, Olympic season is among us. Between the Summer Olympics and the Winter Olympics, the world is blessed to see athletes from their home countries compete ever two years. This year the, a controversial decision was made for the 2014 Winter Olympics to be hosted in Sochi, Russia. […]

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Warm Weather in Sochi Inhibit Some, But Not Gold Medalist Alexander Bilodeau

This years winter olympic games are being held in Sochi, Russia. Prior to hosting the 2014 winter games, Sochi was best known as a subtropical summer resort location. Statistically, it will be the warmest city ever to host the winter olympic games. The warm weather is clearly an imposition to many athletes in various outdoor […]

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Is Gold Really worth It This Year?

The lights, the electricity of the crowd, the passing of the torch: it’s every athlete’s dream come true. But the 2014 Winter Olympics, taking place in Sochi, Russia, tells a little bit of a different tale. The city is not exactly an eye opening tourist attraction. There has been complaint upon complaint before the games […]

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Will The King soon relinquish his crown? KD vs. King James

We all know that LeBron James has been labeled “The King” of basketball; most agree that he is the best player in the NBA at the current moment. But will King James soon lose his throne to Oklahoma City Thunder star, Kevin Durant? Many could argue that the answer to this question is yes. The […]

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