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The Art of the Big Man Reloaded

In Basketball by Jo Anne Mabika Comments

2017 is bizarre and unlike any year before it. There’s an app that lets you locate which McDonalds restraunts have “broken” ice cream machines. People are calling for Migos to play the hyenas in the Lion King live action. There are trolls on social media literally paid by foreign governments to troll you.  Also undergoing change, the NBA.  Suddenly, some …

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The Baseball World Mourns Roy Halladay

In Baseball by Ashleigh Binder Comments

Yesterday the sports world learned about the tragic passing of pitching legend Roy Halladay.  Halladay, who pitched for both the Toronto Blue Jays and Philadelphia Phillies, was killed in a plane crush.  It was a private plane that crashed into the Gulf of Mexico while he was allegedly doing tricks, according to TMZ.  He was the only one in the …

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NFL Week 9 Recap

In Football by Emily Staker Comments

It’s week 9 in the NFL and the theme of the day was scrapping, with fights, ejections and unnecessary roughness all over the league.  The Jets defense had a huge showing on Color Rush Thursday, holding Bills offense for a close first half, which led to a solid Jets lead in the second half. Both teams were on a four-day …

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Duchene Gets His Trade

In Hockey by Aly Riley Comments

Prior to the NHL preseason in September, Colorado Avalanche center Matt Duchene made it clear that he no longer wanted to be a part of the Denver-based hockey club mainly due to the fact he wouldn’t get a chance to fight for the Stanley Cup. Well, his wish finally came true on Sunday evening when the Avalanche dropped a bombshell …

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Dangerous Dloading: Retribution for D’Angelo Russell

In Basketball by Jo Anne Mabika Comments

He’s got ice in his veins and he’s not afraid to show you.  Third-year PG D’Angelo Russell has already had a notable career despite his short tenure in the league.  The Ohio State University attendee was picked second overall by the Los Angeles Lakers in the 2015 NBA draft. DLo came to the City of Angels during a tough transition period …

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Jim McElwain, You’re FIRED!

In College Sports by Kia Little Comments

It has been a rough week for the University of Florida, as the Gators part ways with their coach Jim McElwain after three seasons. It was Sunday afternoon, after the Gators lost their third straight game to the undefeated Georgia Bulldogs 42-7. Earlier in the week on Monday, Coach mentioned that he and his family had received death threats because …

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SportsAsToldByAGirl Spotlight: Mina Kimes

In Spotlight by Rebecca Mills Comments

The reintroduction of spotlight calls for an awesome lady to boot. This week’s SportsAsToldByAGirl spotlight is Mina Kimes. Kimes is an ESPN reporter and extremely talented writer who had an unlikely road to stardom. She’s also known for appearing on multiple different ESPN shows including Around the Horn and Highly Questionable. Fast Facts about Mina Kimes: Though she’s a well-known …

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NFL Week 8 Recap

In Football by Emily Staker Comments

It’s week 8 of the NFL and standings are becoming more pronounced at the halfway mark of the regular season. This week had far less upsets than the wild week 7, but nevertheless made for an entertaining week of football. On Thursday, the Ravens faced the Dolphins in Baltimore. The Dolphins were lead by Matt Moore, who stood in for …