2016 Masters Tournament Preview

Every year there is one tournament for golf that everyone considers the true start of the season. It is the most well-known, most celebrated tournament in all of golf. That, my good friends, is the Masters Tournament “A Tradition Unlike Any Other.” In the first full week of April, golf’s best gather to compete at the Augusta National Golf Club

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Big 12 CBB Preview

When it comes to Division I NCAA Men’s Basketball, conferences like the Big Ten, the ACC, and the Big East conference from 1979-2013 ruled the game of college basketball. While the Big 12 gets much of its basketball greatness from Kansas, the rest of the conference has lacked in quality programs. That is up until recently. Currently the Big 12

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Divorce Court: Rose vs Bulls

Since Derrick Rose’s first torn ACL in the 2012 NBA playoffs, there has always been an expectation that the Bulls point guard would return to the same acrobatic and accurate player he was. Nearly three knee surgeries, a number of left hamstring problems and sprained ankles, and a surgery for an orbital fracture later, the MVP Derrick Rose we all wanted

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Why the Dallas Cowboys must cut Greg Hardy

The chances the Cowboys make the playoffs this year fade more and more as the NFL season goes on. Tony Romo has yet to come back from his injury, starting running back Joseph Randle was cut from the team for unknown reasons, and most recently, Dez Bryant went on a tirade toward reporters in the locker room. Despite a current

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