Tag Archive: NCAA

May 18

Someone changed the Texas A&M entrance sign to “Bevel”

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A few weeks ago, the Texas A&M’s Board of Regents voted in favor of replacing the school’s “T Star” logo on the 52-year old seal. After the news broke about the change, Aggies fans have been voicing their displeasure about this and want the logo to stay the same. So instead of getting on board with …

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May 14

Who was this Reg?

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Who was this Reg? Why do I still mourn? Why are my emotions all over the place? Reg was a guy that I never met in person Yet he touch my heart in a special way Reg was a sport fanatic at its truest level No one loved his teams more than Reg did Yet …

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May 09

Jeff Pearlman: ESPN troubles ?

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It’s an interesting world. Woke up this morning to the news that Bill Simmons is leaving ESPN, after spending my hour of gym time last night watching SportsCenter and pretty much losing my mind. The two linked bonds? Simmons worked for ESPN, and ESPN feels … lost. It’s a weird thing. Until a few years …

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Apr 13

TROY: The Shills of the Garbage Supplement Company That is MusclePharm

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It’s unbelievably how far supplement companies (companies in general, but I’m going to bag on supplement companies in this post) go to avoid having any negative reviews toward their products. The supplement business in fitness is huge. I’m not going to crunch numbers, but the amount of money poured into things like vitamins, minerals, herbs, protein …

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Apr 04

Breaking: Wisconsin beats Kentucky, ends their perfect season

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Sam Dekker hit a three over Willie Cauley-Stein with two minutes left to break a 60-all tie as the Wisconsin Badgers played the role of the ultimate spoiler, beating No. 1 and then-undefeated Kentucky, 71-64. Dekker was, again, terrific, finishing with 16 points after scoring 50 in the two games in Los Angeles last weekend. He …

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Mar 24

No Guts, No Glory: Whatever happened to Cesaro’s big push WWE?

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I don’t really follow WWE as much as I use to due to the product being pushed towards the younger kids.*But because it is the go home show before Wrestlemania, I decided to tune in to watch and see what story will be told leading into Sunday night. I saw the usually stuff that […] …

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Mar 18

Jeff Pearlman: My life as a college newspaper editor

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I didn’t play lacrosse and I had no muscles. So why was I cocky enough to pose like this? Last night, while jumping around the information superhighway, I realized that The Review, my college newspaper, has most of its archives online. I proceeded to spend the next, oh, two hours digging in. The experience brought …

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Mar 06

The Sports Bank.net: Brian Kelly thinks an earlier signing day is inevitable

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Brian Kelly appeared at the opening of the Under Armour brand house on Michigan Avenue in Chicago last night, and spoke with the media members for a few minutes. Notre Dame is of course is a UA school now and a handful of Athletic Department members, including Athletic Director Jack Swarbrick made the trip. Kelly …

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Mar 06

No Guts, No Glory: Report: Kansas’ Cliff Alexander is under investigation by the NCAA

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Kansas Jayhawks fans have been wondering why forward Cliff Alexander has not been playing. Last week, the school said that Alexander was sitting out due to an NCAA issue. After missing the last two games, it looks like there is more to Alexander situation than what Kansas has put out. According to Pat Forde of …

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Feb 22

Homeland Security chief: Be ‘vigilant’ at malls

The secretary of Homeland Security on Sunday warned shoppers at Minnesota’s iconic Mall of America and similar venues to be vigilant in the wake of new terrorist threats. “I’m not telling people to not go to the mall,” Secretary Jeh Johnson said on NBC’s Meet The Press. “I think that there needs to be an …

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