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The Hair, It’s Got To Be The Hair

As our athletic world continues to grow, the rising popularity of a particular sport parallels the marketability of its players. The ability to make one player stand out amongst the rest before they even play one down or inning is invaluable. Reflecting on the histories of leagues such as the

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Brook Koepka wins back-to-back US Opens + Results from our 15 players to watch

Brooks Koepka headed into the US Open as the 9th ranked player in the world. His first round 75 left spectators wondering if he'd even make the cut if he continued playing the same way Friday, but a 66 second round catapulted him into the top three and suddenly the

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Sean Brackett: Finding Your Truth

As America’s most epic sport, football is understandably subject to infinite, cliché analogies. All of the following analogies are things I’ve heard come out of my own football coaches’ mouths over the years: Football is like rock and roll. Football is artificial adversity. Football players are modern-day gladiators. Hyperbole aside,

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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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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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Donald Trump’s Take on Sports, including Interview with White House Correspondent Jordan Fabian

  In 1965, 21 of the 80 football players selected to the 1965 All Star Game started the first racially and politically motivated protest in the NFL. Subject to obscene amounts of racism and exclusion leading up to the All Star Game, held in New Orleans, the 21 black athletes as

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Athletes Secretly Supporting their teams’ Rivals?

Towards the end of the 2017 MLB season, pictures surfaced of young Aaron Judge sporting a Red Sox t-shirt as a teenager, despite playing for the Yankees. The greatest rivalry in all sports has led to the AL MVP runner-up wearing the sworn enemy's shirt? What has the world come

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The Winter Olympics by the Numbers

Since the first ever Winter Olympics in 1924, the number of countries and athletes participating has grown significantly each year. The combination of new sports and the increasing number of women and minorities competing are just some of the many reasons the Winter Olympics have continued to grow. In 2018, women

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