Should Athletes Speak Out?

June 29, 2015 0

  By: Patrick Waring   With the recent Supreme Court ruling in favor of same-sex marriage, Charleston tragedy and the debate over the Confederate flag, I asked myself what part should athletes or others in […]

NBA Draft Recap

June 26, 2015 0

By: Patrick Waring   The 2015 NBA Draft is in the books and there is a lot to be discussed after two rounds of selections.  There were your usual expected moves, trades and surprises.  I’m […]

Can D.C. Keep Rising?

June 22, 2015 0

By: Patrick Waring The NBA season is over and all focus is now on the Draft this Thursday night in Brooklyn, NY. The Minnesota Timberwolves have the top pick and barring a trade, they should […]

Georgia Southern to face Duke Men’s Basketball

June 21, 2015 0

Written by: James Braswell Georgia Southern University is making bounds and strides with its athletic programs. On Friday, June 19, Georgia Southern Athletic Director Tom Kleinlein announced on Twitter that the Men’s Basketball program would […]

Go on, Take the Money and Run

April 7, 2015 0

By: Brianne Dempsey No one wants to lose a close game. It’s frustrating and heartbreaking.  All of that time spent practicing, preparing, watching film, sitting in team meetings all seems for naught. Especially when that […]

Sixth Grader Wins ESPN’s Bracket Challenge

April 7, 2015 0

By: Caleb Luketic Sam Holtz interview on SportsCenter! Every March people begin the daunting task of attempting to fill out a perfect bracket. The odds of filling out a perfect bracket are so astronomical, it […]

Wisconsin Stuns Undefeated Kentucky 71-64

April 5, 2015 0

By: Caleb Luketic The Wisconsin Badgers have beaten the undefeated Kentucky Wildcats 71-64 in the Final Four. Wisconsin had to grind this win out, but they were the perfect team to do it because they […]

Final Four Preview

April 1, 2015 0

By: Caleb Luketic (1) Kentucky vs. (1) Wisconsin These two teams are meeting for the second straight year in the Final Four. The team dynamic is a little different for both. Kentucky lost Julius Randle […]

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