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USA Women’s Hockey Team Defeats Canada for Gold

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USA! USA! USA! For the first time in 20 years, Team USA’s women’s hockey team brought home the gold! It was an intense match as Team USA faced off against their biggest rival, Team Canada.  The game came down to a shootout in overtime, with the US  coming out on top, 3-2. LAMOUREUX’S WINNER. USA GETS GOLD pic.twitter.com/zzPWyilraE — Pete …

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Who to Watch at the NFL Combine

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This year’s NFL Combine will begin next week, giving the 2018-season draft hopefuls a chance to set themselves apart from the competition. The obvious draw of attention is to the potential quarterbacks of this year’s pool, but outside of the pocket there are several well-deserved young men who will work to prove their value to the league. Sam Darnold, Quarterback, …

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Sports Illustrated Uncovers “Animal House” Workplace Environment Within Mavs Organization

In Off The Field by Ashleigh BinderLeave a Comment

Sports Illustrated’s investigation comes at a time when women are ready to say “Time’s Up”.  The explosive investigation uncovers years of sexual misconduct allegedly by former Mavericks’ president Terdema Ussery.  Authors Jon Wertheim and Jessica Luther paint a picture of the organization as one who allowed this behavior to continue with everyone knowing about the allegations. One former employee explained …

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The Struggles of Training for a Marathon

In Off The Field by Denise DevaneyLeave a Comment

After finishing my twenty-mile run, I realized how much of a struggle it is to train for a marathon. They say you never feel the same after running a marathon, and it’s true. I felt like I could accomplish anything after running twenty miles and can’t wait to accomplish twenty-six! I look at running differently now that I’ve gone way …

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NBA All-Star Weekend Recap

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Rising Stars Game: This was honestly the most exciting part of the weekend.  These young guys put on a show, maybe not on the defensive front, but it was quite the offensive bout.  At one point, the game became a dunk contest with everyone trying to show off their high flying skills.  Team World came away victorious 155-124 with Kings …

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Serena Williams Surprises 40 Young Girls at Black Panther Screening

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Last night, new mom Serena Williams decided to step out and treat a bunch of young girls to the surprise of their lives.  Forty members of the Black Girl CODE program which provides technology education for young African-American girls got to go to a private screening of the new movie “Black Panther”.  The organization is based out of San Francisco …

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Chris Knierim and Alexa Scimeca Knierim Give Us the Feels on Valentine’s Day

In Other Sports by Ashleigh BinderLeave a Comment

The 2018 Winter Olympics are in full effect and we have already fallen in love with 17-year-old gold medalists Chloe Kim and Red Gerard.  It was figure skaters, Chris Knierim and Alexa Scimeca Knierim, however, who made us all saw “Aww”.   Representing Team USA, the married couple performed a short program earlier today that qualified them for tomorrow’s finals.   …

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First Openly Gay UFC Fighter, Liz Carmouche, Gets Real About Recovery

In Off The Field by Stephanie BarbarinoLeave a Comment

Here is an article originally posted by our contributor Stephanie Barbarino on the fantastic site Inside Beauty.  Barbarino is the deputy editor-in-chief so definitely check her out over there! Not only is she known for being an essential part of UFC history, but as a United States Marine Corp Veteran, she is the most decorated ex-military athlete in the UFC, …

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March Madness Preview

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If the regular season of NCAA Men’s Basketball is any sort of preview to the big dance, We. Are. Ready.  Bracket season is finally on the horizon and, like many, we’re already stressing those 6 versus 11 matchups while head-scratching upsets continue to thicken the plot.  Red pens everywhere anticipate their month-long attention while fans of many conferences hold their …

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Colts Share a Sigh of Relief with Reich Hire

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It’s hardly surprising that in wake of a shocking Super Bowl loss for the Patriots, they still managed to steal the media spotlight. On February 6th, the Colts announced that they had officially hired the Patriots’ OC Josh McDaniels to be their next head coach, with a scheduled press conference the following day. Hours later, news broke that McDaniels had …