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Author: Tommy Raemisch

Fields and Lawrence: Leadership Personified

Reading Time: 3 minutesJustin Fields of Ohio State and Trevor Lawrence of Clemson are two names that have been connected for as long as football fans can remember.  Even since their High School days, the two were entwined in conversations about either of them.  It seems as though the two quarterbacks will always be compared and contrasted, never one without the other. Both players hail from Georgia, living in the suburbs of Atlanta, with roughly 20 miles between them.  According to 247 Sports, Lawrence and Fields rank as the 6th and 8th best recruits of all time respectively.  It...

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Why a Healthy Giancarlo Stanton Should Scare Everyone

Reading Time: 3 minutesBaseball is back! Three words fans have been dying to hear since the announcement of the delayed season back in March.  Obviously, it isn’t going to be a normal season, but in a sport like baseball, normal isn’t all too common anyways.  The “60 game sprint” started earlier this week, with some players benefiting much more than others. One such player who will take advantage of the shortened season is Yankee’s slugger Giancarlo Stanton. Ever since he stepped into the league as Mike Stanton, he’s been raking.  Stanton hit 267 home runs in his tenure with the...

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The Fallout from Oklahoma State’s Postseason Ban

Reading Time: 2 minutesFriday morning came with some unfortunate news for Pokes fans.  Oklahoma State basketball had received a postseason ban for a Level 1 violation.  The Cowboys also received a 3 scholarship reduction through 2023, and 3 years probation.  This is connected to the broader scheme of the FBI investigation into corruption in college basketball. The allegations against Oklahoma State center around former assistant coach Lamont Evans.  Evans was fired in late 2017, but allegations against him stem nearly as far back as a year and a half. Evans supposedly accepted a multitude of bribes from financial advisors...

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The WEAKEST Argument in Basketball: A Breakdown

Reading Time: 2 minutesFrank Ramsey Jim Loscutoff Tom Heinsohn Robert Horry You may have heard of some these players, you may not have.  Regardless, each of them has won at least 7 NBA championships.  Yes, that’s more than Michael Jordan himself. The argument of championship rings in basketball is one of the most overused and frankly ignorant arguments in sports.  Basketball is a team game.  It’s not one man against the world, regardless of what the major sports media companies portray.  In sports, superstars are treated as gods; they can do no wrong.  In reality, they don’t win titles...

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How Josh Christopher will Transform Arizona State

Reading Time: 2 minutesArizona State isn’t particularly known for basketball prowess.  In fact, they aren’t exactly known for any sort of success in the sport.  The Sun Devils haven’t EVER had 4 really successful seasons strung together.  For such a large public university, this seems embarrassing.  But not for much longer, or so it seems. Following the hiring of former legendary Duke PG Bobby Hurley, ASU basketball has looked a lot different.  After 2 abysmal seasons where he was still getting adjusted, Hurley has led the Sun Devils to 3 straight 20 win seasons, a feat not common in...

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