Mark Richt Agrees to Part Ways – Kristin Tannehill

After 15 seasons, 145 wins and two SEC championships, Mark Richt and Georgia has unfortunately decided to parted ways. The official release said the two sides “mutually agreed” that Richt would step down following a meeting with athletics director Greg McGarity on Sunday. But make no mistake, Richt had spent the last month fighting to […]

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Addiction Thrives in Baseball

All these self-proclaimed baseball men nurture a hardcore, rehab-worthy addiction with the 0-2 slider in the dirt, the 25-man trade deadline in July, the double switch in the bottom of the 8th and the 100-pitch count from the Tommy John pitcher. Baseball’s a loving leech of a sport.   And that addiction has shared record-breaking […]

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Professional Athletes are Grossly Overpaid

The sports industry has a great deal of influence over athletes and their fans, coupled with an enormous of amount of wealth circulation a lot of power. Collegiate sports have grown and evolved into an entirely new entity. Athletes have become pawns in a profit-centric world. Looking at what professional athletes get paid out of […]

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Tax Slayer Bowl Preview

The University of Georgia Bulldogs are set to take on the Penn State Nittany Lions in a January 2nd matchup.  Kick off is set for 12pm in Jacksonville, Florida`s Everbank Field.  So how do these two teams match up? UGA, despite having a 9-3 record, has had a number of issues during the 2015 season.  Georgia […]

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Margin of Success Determined by Length of Hair

Tim Lincecum is a two-time Cy Young winner. After his second award in 2009, three years into the Major Leagues, the San Francisco Giants’ pitcher was known for his high leg kick, devastating 97-mph fastball and the nickname ‘The Freak’. Oh, and of course, his somewhat greasy, tucked behind his ears, shoulder length hair. Fast […]

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