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NCAA Final Four Preview: #1 Gonzaga vs #7 South Carolina

35 percent of ESPN brackets had Gonzaga in their Final Four. While the Bulldogs were consistently attacked by analysts for their weak schedule and occasionally scrappy offense, they’ve held their own throughout the tournament. Mark Few was selected NCAA Coach of the Year last week, so the team is in

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Coach Ray Harper looks to lead Jacksonville State to NCAA Tournament Success

After spending eight years at Western Kentucky, including the last four as head coach, Ray Harper resigned from WKU at the end of their 2016 season. One month later, Harper was welcomed to the Jacksonville State University with open arms, hoping to revive a struggling program. Jacksonville State failed to win a game

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Is 2016 The Greatest Year In Sports? – Part II

Yesterday we explained why 2016 was the greatest year of sports. Pretty much every major sports league in the US witnessed a fantastic final series or game, but 2016’s greatness doesn’t just end there. It was a great year to be an athlete, fan, and sports buff throughout the world, no

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Is 2016 the Greatest Year in Sports? – Part I

Major sports leagues throughout the world always have their fair share of upsets and cinderella stories. Even during intense rivalry matchups, fans can only ever ask for a great game at the end of the day. In major championships, great games end seasons on a high note for all fans.

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2017 NBA Dunk Contest Recap and Aaron Gordon’s Flop

In 2016, Aaron Gordon lost to Zach Lavine in an ultimate Dunk Contest display. LaVine and Gordon took the contest into overtime, putting up a number of perfect score dunks. Gordon had an arguably better dunk contest, but LaVine kept the creativity churning as the contest prevailed and Gordon fell

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Super Bowl LI Preview and Prediction – Connor

Bill Belichick has been a part of 10 out of the first 51 Super Bowls in NFL history. Tom Brady now enters his seventh Super Bowl. No coach and quarterback duo has seen more success in the NFL than Brady and Belichick. While age is a reasonable doubt to call

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Adam Silver considers changing game lengths to tackle an imaginary issue

In case you missed Adam Silver’s press conference Thursday, he left us with some memorable information (I’ll bold the important parts). Regarding decreasing the duration of games, Silver stated, “it’s something that I know all of sports are looking at right now, and that is the format of the game and

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