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Trae Young- Grading On A Curry Curve

Trae Young- Grading On A Curry Curve

After losing to Rhode Island in round one of the NCAA Tournament, Oklahoma Sooners’ guard Trae Young has decided to enter the NBA Draft. Young has been compared to two-time NBA MVP Steph Curry on numerous occasions. His size, stature, even ...

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Sam Bradford- Top Dollar No Sense

Sam Bradford- Top Dollar No Sense

With all of the money being tossed around for quarterbacks these days, its a wonder why anybody would be surprised at how much one of them makes. Welp, be surprised because Sam Bradford is getting paid and nobody can tell ...

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Georgia Bulldogs Should Contact Ron Hunter

Georgia Bulldogs Should Contact Ron Hunter

The University of Georgia is on the hunt for a new head coach for their men’s basketball team. On Saturday UGA parted ways with Mark Fox after nine seasons and two NCAA tournament bids. The Bulldogs went 18-15 overall and ...

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Window  Shopper- NFL Free Agency Plans

Window  Shopper- NFL Free Agency Plans

In the NFL off-season, moving vans will spawn more gossip than a junior high school lunchroom. Who’s going where, who’s staying where, on and on the wheel spins. When it stops, you have hurt feelings, new teammates, and new addresses. Knowing ...

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Georgia Tech – ACC Tournament Tune-Up

Georgia Tech – ACC Tournament Tune-Up

In the final game of the regular season, the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets defeated the Wake Forest Demon Deacons 64-56. Josh Okogie finished with 22 points, six rebounds, and three assists. The game was a back and forth slop-fest riddled with ...

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The Miami Dolphins: Majors in Mediocrity

The Miami Dolphins: Majors in Mediocrity

Life as a Dolphins fan has been no fun since the turn of the century. A team on a collision course with an 8-8 record every season brings no hope to a fan base that has witnessed it’s fair share ...

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Hawks Mailbag: Moving Forward

Hawks Mailbag: Moving Forward

The Atalanta Hawks came out of the All-star break uneven, losing two straight games before squeezing out a victory in their third. Atlanta dropped games to the Indiana Pacers and Los Angeles Layers (in blowout fashion) before defeating the Pacers ...

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Georgia Tech Falls To UConn Despite Late Rally

Georgia Tech Falls To UConn Despite Late Rally

On a gorgeous Sunday afternoon In Midtown Atlanta, the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets hosted the Connecticut Huskies. Both teams came in 1-1 on the early season and looking to add to their win total. With a crisp wind blowing out ...

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