Who Said It?

“He said, she said”…it’s the age old dilemma that’s been haunting every conflict and miscommunication since the beginning of time. Atlanta Hawk’s general manager, Danny Ferry is now feeling the heat from some fire that he created back in June of this year with a conference call including the ATL Hawk ownership. Ferry was recorded […]

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Bulldog’s Loss Doesn’t Spell the End

Georgia’s loss to South Carolina’s in Columbia complicated what seemed like a relatively easy path to the top of the SEC East. The Georgia team, ranked #6 in the AP poll before the loss, had been receiving plenty of national attention after their big win over Clemson.  Some analysts even had them as one of […]

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Who said it?

  “He said, she said”…it’s the age old dilemma that’s been haunting every conflict and miscommunication since the beginning of time. Atlanta Hawk’s general manager, Danny Ferry is now feeling the heat from some fire that he created back in June of this year with a conference call including the ATL Hawk ownership. Ferry was […]

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NFL: How do they train their players?

Discipline: the act of training (someone) to obey rules or code of behaviors using punishment to correct disobedience. Train: to teach a particular skill or type of behavior through practice and instruction over a period of time.   A NY Times article states, Viking’s Peterson’s charges is derived from “disciplining” his 4-year-old son with a […]

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How Social Media Advertising has Changed Super Bowl Commercials

Every year it seems like companies are releasing their Super Bowl commercials earlier and earlier.  In the past, Super Bowl commercials would come completely out of the blue when they aired, but that’s not true anymore.  Thanks to the continued integration of social media into ad campaigns, many companies are running youtube, twitter, and other […]

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Johnny Manziel- Questionable Behavior and Promising Future?

Johnny Manziel has been in the spotlight of the media for the past few months for various reasons, both positive and negative.  For starters, the Heisman winning quarterback, went in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft to the Cleveland Browns.  However, the former Texas A&M student known for his on and off-field antics […]

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Braves in Wildcard Race

No matter how well the pre-season reports are made or how incredible the season seems to be going, it should come as no surprise that Georgia teams struggle to make it to the playoffs. Whether it is five yards from scoring the winning touchdown or a terrible call made by an umpire that defines the […]

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Washington Redskins Name Change

Controversy has continued to build over the name of the Washington Redskins with many people finding it offensive towards Native Americans. Two NFL analysts, Phil Simms and Tony Dungy, have already announced that they will no longer refer to Washington’s professional football team as the “Redskins” on air during the 2014 NFL season. The media […]

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To the National Football League, with love.

Dear NFL, Thank you. For years, sports – and the franchises, leagues, and athletes that compose them – have been a vehicle for social change on a grand stage. No matter the game, sports transcend ethnic, religious, and political backgrounds that otherwise divide us, and unite people under a logo to support the same cause. […]

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Jameis Winston Under Investigation Again

After the state of Florida found 2014 Heisman winner, Jameis Winston not guilty of an alleged rape incident due to lack of evidence, he is under investigation once again. This time, Florida State University is asking the questions about the alleged incident that occurred in 2012. The New York Times broke the story of the […]

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