Why I Hate Basketball

It’s pretty simple, I hate basketball. Always have and probably always will. Now let’s set the record straight – I don’t have anything against basketball players in terms of their athletic abilities or choice in sport, however I don’t have the desire to see them make squeaky noises all over a hardwood floor. My hatred for the sport started when

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The Purpose of The Olympics

By Jordan Scott This year’s winter Olympics proved one thing – the United States is not number one at everything. This may be shocking to most, but it’s a fact that most of the entire world already knew but it’s be apparent that many Americans were not aware of this fact. Sochi 2014 was noted as a disappointment for many

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Every Sports Fan Needs a Break

By Jordan Scott The offseason isn’t just for the athletes anymore; it’s for the fans too. We all know how time consuming sports can be from studying the rosters, scouting the other teams, buying the gear, planning game days and of course watching the game itself. Basically being a sports fan is a full time job. Let’s look at the

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Upsets from Down Under

By Tyler Tucky The 2014 Australian Open has been ripe with upsets. With scorching temperatures, the heat could be affecting the performance of the top stars. The women’s side has seen the majority of the upsets. The first round saw the 7 seed Sara Errani (ITA) knocked out in straight sets by Julia Goerges (GER) who has never been past

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Lolo Jones Is Pushing For Gold On A New Track

by Dan Reiner Lolo Jones is the most independent, beautiful, witty woman I have never met. She’s never won an Olympic medal, a World Outdoor Championship or even the key to a man’s heart, and that fact alone has garnered her the publicity of a Usain Bolt and spite from track fans equivalent to Tony Romo or Tim Tebow in

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What’s the Difference Between Ligament/Tendon Injuries and Broken Bones?

By Matt Bui Unfortunately, in the modern era of sports, injuries are inevitable. If injury does occur, however, we hope that it does not impact the player too much and is easily recoverable. There have been some injuries, though, that are too gruesome to watch and too severe to return from. In 1985, the gruesome injury was Joe Theisman’s leg.

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Not Everybody is a Lobo, Especially This Burqueno: A Trial of Fanhood

Have you ever been hated by your entire hometown at one time? No? Well I have, and let me tell you, it was an experience I will never forget. As a native New Mexican, I spent most of my adolescence cheering for the University of New Mexico. Well, the times have changed, to say the least. After deciding to attend

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Ladies, Let’s Talk Sports

By Jordan Scott The Christmas meal is done, all the dishes are washed and your man is sitting on the couch with a beer discussing the game with the other men, and you ask yourself “What game?” – If you’ve ever found yourself in that situation in years past, let me help you. Now before all you feminists get your

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