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NBA All-Star Game Honors Kobe Bryant

The 2020 NBA All-Star Game is normally a time of celebration. However, this year’s game in Chicago had a cloud of somberness hanging over it as the league honored the late Kobe Bryant. It’s been almost three weeks since the Laker legend was tragically killed in a helicopter crash with …

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Stenhouse Jr. Wins Daytona 500 Pole

For the first time since 2014, the pole position at the Daytona 500 will not be held by Hendrick Motorsports. Instead, the pole position will be held by Ricky Stenhouse Jr., who races for JTG Daugherty Racing in the No. 47 car. Pretty special day yesterday for me and my …

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Novak Djokovic Wins Australian Open

One of the world’s greatest tennis players returned to his perch atop the tennis world. Novak Djokovic secured his eighth Australian Open title on Sunday night, marking the second consecutive year the Serbian has won the tournament. For Djokovic, there was no better way to begin the 2020 season. The …

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LSU Ready For National Title

If you had told LSU quarterback Joe Burrow prior to the season that LSU would be competing for a national championship, he probably would have believed you. After all, Burrow claims to have seen LSU’s title run coming. Indeed, it has been a championship-caliber season for Burrow and the Tigers. …

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ESPN’s Marcus Spears Likes Matt Rhule Hire

When the Carolina Panthers announced that Matt Rhule will replace Ron Rivera as the team’s new head coach, there was some  strong criticism. After all, Rhule coached the Baylor Bears for the past three seasons and was the New York Giants’ assistant offensive line coach in 2012. Despite just one …

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TNF: Dallas Cowboys at Chicago Bears

The 6-6 Dallas Cowboys face the 6-6 Chicago Bears for the first time in three years on Thursday, Dec. 5. The last time the two teams played at Soldier Field was in 2014 when the Cowboys came out victorious 41-28. Both teams had playoff expectations entering this season, but they …

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Mississippi State Takes On Abilene Christian

Following last week’s 38-7 defeat to No. 4 Alabama, the 4-6 Mississippi State Bulldogs welcome the 5-6 Abilene Christian Wildcats. It’s the Bulldogs’ only non-major matchup and the Wildcats’ only Power-Five matchup of the season. History The meeting marks the second time in Mississippi State football’s 115-year history that the …

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Gators’ Emory Jones Remains Patient

When starting quarterback Feleipe Franks went down with a gruesome injury on Sep. 14, 2019, backup quarterback Emory Jones sat on the sideline prepared to help steady the rest of the Florida Gators‘ season. However, Head Coach Dan Mullen opted to play junior Kyle Trask instead of Jones, a redshirt freshman. …

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