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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Student-Athletes are asking “Where’s the money?”

If someone approached you and asked you to dedicate a large portion of your time to a project, but you would not receive any compensation for it, would you say yes? If they were to then tell you they would make a good amount of money off your name and likeness and talent, and you […]

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One and Done? D-League vs. NCAA

We have all (well, most) have heard about the one and done rule regarding the transition from college basketball into the NBA. If not, basically a high school student must play at least one year of basketball in college in order to be considered for the NBA draft. And Dallas Mavericks Owner, Mark Cuban, had […]

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Thuzio – The Ultimate Fan Experience

By Yazi Malik Sure, you’ve gone to the games, even shelled out what was budgeted as grocery money just to get a standing room ticket to a playoff. No matter how many times you tweet at your icons or send ridiculous amounts of fan mail though, there has always been a disconnect between the fans […]

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Beach Volleyball Gaining Popularity in Olympics 2012

Beach volleyball is one of the fastest-growing sports in the Olympic line-up this year. In a little more than a decade, it has come from being completely unknown to one of the most sought after tickets of the games. The venue for Olympic beach volleyball this summer is the Horse Guards Parade,and the first test event […]

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Coca-Cola’s Sponsorships

Since our speaker today is Scott Williamson, Director of Public Affairs and Communications for Coca-Cola and our topic of discussion for this week is sponsorships, what better theme for this blog post could there be than the history of Coca-Cola’s sponsorships? They’ve had a long history of sponsorships. Coca-Cola’s most widely known sponsorships are American […]

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Student Athletes and Twitter

For my blog topic I wanted to talk about social media and student athletes. Mainly, I am going to be focusing on Twitter because it is of the newest social media site that has taken a turn towards popularity in the eyes of many. So for one, being a student athlete myself, I believe that […]

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