Greg: Hardy or Hardly Innocent?

Unfortunately for the League, the cat’s finally out of the bag. After the arrest of Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy on May 13, 2014, the details from what actually happened that night have been hidden from the public up until this past weekend. According to prosecutors involved in the case, Hardy has not spoken […]

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Crisis in Missouri

It’s going down at the University of Missouri. If you haven’t turned on the television in the past couple days, I’ll fill you in. Numerous football players at the University of Missouri recently protested against their university’s president, Tim Wolfe. The players refused to attend practices or play in any games until President Wolfe resigned. […]

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I’m Done Getting My Hopes Up

As a Georgia football fan, it’s hard not to get my hopes up for next season. It seems like every year, there’s always next year. Especially this year. After a devastating loss to Florida last weekend, the Dawgs blew their final chance to become SEC East Champions. Even with two weeks to prepare for the […]

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Biles Sweeps Worlds

4 feet and 9 inch. 18-year-old. Simone Biles is making history. The 2015 World Gymnastics Championships finished over this past weekend and Simone Biles brought home four more gold metals. These new world titles brings her tally up to ten making her the most-titled female gymnast in history. With Rio less than a year away, she is […]

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What Will Happen To Richt?

Another huge loss is in the books for the Georgia Bulldogs. Georgia’s loss against the Florida Gators this past Saturday, October 31, pushes the team even further down in the SEC. The 3-27 defeat UGA suffered last weekend added to other significant losses this season against Alabama and Tennessee. The Dawgs just can’t seem to get it together. […]

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Golden is No Longer Golden

  It’s no surprise that after a 58-0 loss, the Miami Hurricanes need to reassess what they’re doing on the field. After all, this loss was the worst in all history of Miami football, so it’s easy to say Clemson destroyed this team, literally and figuratively. With that being said, a huge reassessment came about […]

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NFL’s Double Standard

We’ve all seen the Play 60 commercials. Play 60 is part of the NFL Foundation’s reach to kids to get them active and playing outside 60 minutes a day. It would appear that the NFL is interested in helping out plenty of people other than their players. The NFL Foundation is on a mission to “support the […]

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Hunter Knighton: 19 Months Later

The best stories in sports to read and listen to are about players that have overcome adversity in some way in their lifetime whether it involves their family, friends, or health. Every sports fan loves a “feel good” story about a player succeeding regardless of where their loyalty may lie. These inspirational stories seem to […]

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Cyberbullying & Sports Media

So by now, most if not all of us have seen the Michigan State play that look liked it could only have been planned by the Michigan kicker. I was in the stands with my roommates waiting for the game to start and we were checking the ESPN Scorecenter app for that game. We saw […]

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Steve Spurrier leaves college football…

Is Steve Spurrier a quitter? The college football landscape changed drastically last week, as South Carolina lost its head football coach. Steve Spurrier has been a fixture in the SEC for decades first as a Heisman winning quarterback at the University of Florida, then as head coach at his alma mater, and finally at the […]

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