UGA vs. TRASH: The Wrecking of Georgia’s Campus

  Game Day’s in Athens are beyond memorable. The love and the pride for the Bulldawg nation is like no other. However, as the team wrecks the opponents on the field, so is the campus by the students and visitors. It’s reported that 70 tons of trash are left after game days. The once pristine […]

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History Repeating Itself?

The Dawgs this year have given us hope for the possibility of winning the coveted national title.  After beating both Missouri and Arkansas on the road, it seems that we may have cleared one of the bigger hurdles in our schedule. If we beat Florida this coming Saturday, our road to the SEC Championship will […]

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The Reign of A LegenD Comes to an End

There is no doubt of the greatest soccer player to ever come from the United States. He is quick and sharp, fast and fluent, and is usually the shortest on the field at all times. He is the United States Men’s National Team’s top goal scorer of all time. He is the most decorated and […]

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Athletics isn’t Everything

The University of North Carolina is in serious trouble after an extensive investigation for academic fraud. The investigation says that academic advisors pushed fake classes over an 18-year period, but no coaches or former athletic advisors were named during that 18-year period. The initial statement said that academic advisors in the athletic department partnered with […]

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Florida State: A University of Corruption

Florida State has made headlines over the past couple of years for several reasons, some great and others not so great. FSU won a national championship, had their quarterback, Jameis Winston win a Heisman trophy, and have continued to pull out close wins against key teams like Clemson and Notre Dame to push their winning […]

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Will College Football Playoff be What Everyone has Wished for?

With the College Football Playoffs fast approaching, it will be interesting to see fans’ reactions in comparison to the Bowl Championship Series the league has had in the past. The BCS was formed in 1998 to place the top two BCS-ranked college football teams against each other in a national championship while the other eight […]

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Let the Ladies Play on Grass FIFA

Next year the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup will be held in Canada.  Exciting, yes?  While for soccer fans around the world, it is, another international tourney with some of the best women soccer players in the world.  But, for the players including US stars such as, Alex Morgan, Sydney Leroux, and Abby Wombach, really […]

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The Atlanta Hawks: In Expectation of Continued Failure

In any serious conversation involving professional sports in Atlanta, proper decorum dictates that there are two teams which must be discussed before any mention of the third is made. There is a recognizable hierarchy in the region, with two teams looming large, broadly leaning back to back, prominent and proud, while the third cowers at […]

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Has Gurley lost all chances of the Heisman?

Has Gurley lost all chances of the Heisman? Just a month ago, Todd Gurley seemed as if he was on top of the world. A third year student athlete at the University of Georgia and a running back for the football team, Gurley held the league lead in yardage…by a lot. He seemed invincible, just […]

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Peyton Manning: An NFL Legend

Legends. Legends are defined as an extremely famous or notorious person, especially within a particular career often regarded as historical. A legend is recognized as an icon, a phenomenon, a leading light. Peyton Manning, quarterback for the Denver Broncos is a legend. Peyton Manning is not only recognized as one of the most talented quarterbacks […]

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