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What the Hell Happened to… Todd MacCulloch?

December 18, 2012

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I’m sure we all remember big, bad Todd MacCulloch, right? He was the Canadian basketball sensation with a stellar career at the University of Washington; he led the PAC-10 for three years in shooting percentage; he was 47th overall pick in the ’99 draft; HE WAS UNTOUCHABLE. Until he found out he had a rare […]

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The Friday Five: The David-Stern-Is-Not-A-Coach Edition!

November 30, 2012

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Thank you all for returning to the recently hit or miss showing up of the Friday Five. Last week was a total blur, and the days ran together and before I knew it, it was Saturday. There is a reason for this, but I don’t feel that this is the proper medium to go into, […]

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The Friday Five: The Right-Guy-Won-The-AL-MVP Edition!

November 16, 2012

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Hey guys and gals, sorry for my hit and miss column posting over the last couple of weeks, as I believe I have stated before, I am a store manager for a retail music store, and gearing up for the holiday season has had me quite busy as of late, but I am here with […]

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SEC Football: Religion of the South

November 4, 2012

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            Upon moving to Georgia, I learned quickly about how serious football is to people here. If it is a Saturday afternoon and SEC teams are playing, the roads seem silent as everyone is crouching around a television set or in a backyard having a barbeque. It appears that Saturday’s are a getaway from the […]

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NBA Weekly Thoughts 11/2/12: James Harden, the centerpiece

November 2, 2012

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Ah, it’s good to have the NBA back. Give it time Give it time is the motto for this first week of the season. It’s incredible how fans could call for Mike Brown’s job after just two games this season. Much like with the Miami Heat in their first year together, uneducated fans expect them […]

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Winter Classic Cancelled: how will the NHL recover?

November 2, 2012

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Liz Schroyer With another season-long lockout looming overhead, let’s take a look at how the NHL and its fans moved past the last one. The 2004-2005 hockey season was completely wiped out in February 2005. Once an agreement was reached that summer, the NHL partnered with multiple public relations and marketing agencies and conducted the […]

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The Friday Five: The Detroit-Sports-Are-Bumming-Me-Out Edition!

November 2, 2012

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Whoa, where does the time seem to be going lately? I sincerely apologize to all of you reading for my mysterious absence last week but sometimes real life can get a bit out of hand, and you lose the time to sit down and hammer an article out. It sucks, and it’s only going to […]

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2012-2013 NBA News and Notes

November 1, 2012

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The NBA is upon us, and with the start of a new season comes a few things that must be noted. To start, the LeBron James hate machine will not end just because he won a championship. The phrase “not one, not two, not three, not four, not five, not six, not seven…” will haunt […]

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