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New NFL Sunday Ticket App is a Must for any Out-of-State Student
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Posted Nov. 25th 2015

Unfortunately, I’m a Detroit Lions fan. Born and raised in Metro Detroit, I didn’t have much of a choice, and it’s a burden that I have had to bear for longer then I care to remember. I was there for the 0-16 season and every one before. However, if there’s one thing about us Detroiters, we […]

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Five Things That We All Hate About LeBron James
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Posted Jun. 16th 2015

by Paddy Quarles Valdosta State LeBron James is inescapable. Not only is he the most prominent superstar in the NBA, but he has played in the past five NBA Finals, meaning that he has been on television nearly nightly from October until June. Even during that brief three month off-season span, James can frequently be […]

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The Proper Way to Celebrate a Big 10 Championship Victory
Posted Dec. 10th 2014

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Top Plays & Moments of Week 14
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Posted Dec. 1st 2014

College football season is winding down, so let’s enjoy these last great moments. The Iron Bowl as a whole. Alabama’s 55-44 win over Auburn was a game worth watching. A record-breaking 99 points and over 1100 total yards made for a lot of highlights, but here are two of my favorites. After Sims threw his […]

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Jameis Winston: Good or Evil?
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Posted Nov. 13th 2014

By Josh Brown Florida State University Jameis Winston. Anyone even remotely familiar with college football in the past two years recognizes the name. It is a moniker that brings to mind many things. To some, he is the beloved Heisman winning quarterback who revitalized a football program still living in the shadow of its glory […]

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The 5 Biggest NFL Draft Busts in the Modern Era
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Posted Nov. 13th 2014

By Josh Brown 5. Matt Leinart Leinart was expected to be a great quarterback, after spending his career at USC as a media favorite and Heisman winner. However, after an abysmal rookie season with Arizona, the once undrafted Kurt Warner took over and lead the Cardinals to the Super Bowl. Throughout four season, Leinart threw 13 […]

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Top 5 NFL Success Stories of the Modern Era
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Posted Nov. 13th 2014

By Josh Brown 5. Arian Foster   Despite it still being relatively early in Foster’s career, he is already established as one of the NFL’s elite running backs. After somehow going undrafted, Arian foster averaged 100 yards per game in his first season as a starter with the Texans. His amazing ability has made the once […]

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