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15 Golfers to Watch at Shinnecock Hills

With a field of 156 players, this year’s US Open is sure to be exciting. The most recent US Open at Shinnecock Hills, in 2004, was famous for the course notoriously getting away from the USGA, having to water the par-3 seventh hole every other group on one of the

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Op-Ed: Reaction to the NFL’s 2018 National Anthem Kneeling Policy

The views expressed below are those of the author and not of First and Fan as an organization.   On May 23rd, Commissioner Roger Goodell and the NFL announced players and teams will face punishments. They published an official announcement detailing that players and teams are expected to stand and respect the

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Eric Reid’s Grievance Against the NFL with Insight from Former NBA star Etan Thomas

Eric Reid was ranked the 10th best safety in the NFL according to Bleacher Report last season. He’s a former pro-bowler and five year starter with the 49ers. Reid is only 26 years old and was expected to be a high target free agent this offseason by a number of

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The Significance of Changing Yawkey Way

Last week, the city of Boston unanimously decided to change the name of Yawkey way, after the longest tenured Red Sox owner from 1933 until his death in 1976. The street was named after him in 1977, but the Boston Public Improvement Commission finally changed the name of the street

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PFT Commenter is Disrupting Sports Media One “Taek” at a Time

PFT Commenter rose to fame in early 2012 thanks to his unbelievably creative, controversial, and funny comments on sports. While his comments go right past many fans, those familiar with his “taeks” (the intentionally misspelled version of “takes”) know that his opinion on football and other sports are not done

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Colin Kaepernick’s Tryout Invitation Retracted Due to Kneeling for Anthem

Colin Kaepernick was supposed to be hosted by the Seattle Seahawks for a tryout according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. He has not played in the NFL since the 2016 season, and is best known for both his role in the 49er’s 2013 Super Bowl run and his decision to kneeling

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