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The Craziness That Is March Madness

The Craziness That Is March Madness

As each year begins, we make our New Year’s resolutions and make promises we try to keep. In terms of sports, a college football team is crowned champion in January. Then the NFL holds the Super Bowl and a last ...

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Georgia State Panthers- No Better Time Than Now

Georgia State Panthers- No Better Time Than Now

This year has been a rollercoaster for the Georgia State Panthers mens basketball team. They finished 19-11 and 12-6 in the Sun Belt Conference. Although the record signifies a great season, there has been a lot of emotions spread throughout the ...

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Georgia State Gets Rare Road Win To Stay In The Hunt

Georgia State Gets Rare Road Win To Stay In The Hunt

Georgia State Panthers (18-10, 11-5 Sun Belt) gets their second straight victory and a rare road win against the Little Rock Trojans (13-15, 4-11, Sun Belt) 71-54. The Panthers came into the today’s game tied for third in the Sun ...

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Georgia Tech’s Defense Leads Them To Win Over Syracuse

Georgia Tech’s Defense Leads Them To Win Over Syracuse

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (16-11, 7-7 ACC) defeated the Syracuse Orange (16-12, 8-7 ACC) 71-65 in a packed house at McCamish Pavillon on Sunday evening. In a game that the Yellow Jackets desperately needed, they played with inspired energy and ...

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Georgia State Panthers Lose In A Heartbreaker

Georgia State Panthers Lose In A Heartbreaker

  Game Stats  The Georgia State Panthers mens basketball team hosted the UT Arlington Mavericks on Saturday afternoon. The Mavericks won in a thriller with a 30 foot 3-pointer by guard Erick Neal with 0.9 seconds remaining. This marks the second game ...

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Mighty Hawks- It’s More Than Just A Game

Mighty Hawks- It’s More Than Just A Game

      We set up for the interview and his excitement is evident as he shares how a young star (kid) approaches him for advice before he even thought of taking on this responsibility of leading young basketball players ...

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