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USA Look to Repeat as Gold Cup Champions

Tonight marks the beginning of the 2015 Gold Cup and the United States men’s national team will open play with Honduras tonight at 9:30pm ET. After the United States women’s national team won the Women’s World Cup not three days earlier, men’s head coach Jürgen Klinsmann hopes to carry on the soccer momentum in this […]

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One to Watch: Troy Williams, Indiana

Second in a series identifying 14 college basketball players who will have a breakout season–one on each Big Ten team One of the biggest things separating great college players from great NBA players is a jump shot. Many analysts have waxed poetic about how Michael Carter-Williams and Elfrid Payton could become stars, if only they could develop […]

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Goalkeeper Christian Lomeli joins Hoosiers for 2015 campaign

Today, Indiana men’s soccer coach Todd Yeagley announced that the Hoosiers have added GK Christian Lomeli for the 2015 season.   Lomeli transfers to Bloomington by way of IUPUI and still has two years of eligibility remaining, per a release, and Coach Yeagley is thrilled by the addition.   “We are very excited to have Christian join us […]

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Steven Gerrard: A Tribute

Tomorrow, for the last time in a red shirt, Steven Gerrard will walk out onto the Anfield pitch to a guard of honor for his service to the club for 17 years.   It will be emotional, no doubt, as many try to hold back tears that will eventually surface. Although I won’t be at […]

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Indiana dismisses Devin Davis and Hanner Mosquera-Perea from program

Today, the Indiana Men’s Basketball team announced that sophomore Devin Davis and senior Hanner Mosquera-Perea have been dismissed from the team. The official statement from IU Athletics cited “not living up to their responsibilities to the program,” as the main reason. This stems from a citation for marijuana possession that Davis received on Monday with […]


 
 

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NFC East: Expect the Unexpected

Posted  August 30, 2015  by  Tyler Ratts

One of the most interesting divisions in the NFL is the NFC East. There have been four different winners over the last four years, and this division has won more Super Bowls than any other division in the league. With expectations always high, the fight for this division title should be a fun one to […]

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NFC West: Super Bowl Revenge Starts Here

Posted  August 26, 2015  by  Tyler Ratts

Part two of my NFL division previews heads into the NFC West, which is home to the NFC Champion Seattle Seahawks. An interception on the 1-yard-line with less than 30 seconds left in the Super Bowl was all that stood between Seattle and the Lombardi Trophy last season, but in order to avenge that defeat, […]

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SportsCorner, Fantasy Football Frenzy – 8/24/15

Posted  August 24, 2015  by  Tyler Ratts

It truly is a fantasy football frenzy in the SportsCorner as we break down the top players at each position and give you guys a player that is being overvalued and a player that is being undervalued at each position. Then, we want to hear from our listeners as you tell us who has the […]

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AFC West: Peyton’s Presence is the Difference

Posted  August 24, 2015  by  Tyler Ratts

We are less than three weeks away from the NFL season, and to help get you ready for kickoff, I’m going to give a preview for each of the eight divisions. To begin, let’s head into the AFC West in what could be Peyton Manning’s last NFL season. Since arriving in Denver, Manning and the […]

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Ten (Likely Wrong) Fantasy Football Predictions

Posted  August 12, 2015  by  Tyler Ratts

Fantasy football has taken over the world. According to the Fantasy Sports Trade Association, 32 million Americans spend about $11 billion in total playing each year. Compare that to the actual revenue of the NFL, at just under $10 billion, and the fantasy market has surpassed the real life product. Add in the three hours […]

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NFL: Not Functioning League?

Posted  August 8, 2015  by  Tyler Ratts

According to a survey taken by the Harris Poll, the NFL was named the most popular sport in America for the 30th straight year. Football received 35 percent of the vote with the next closest sport (baseball) only earning 14 percent. And the gap between football and every other sport probably isn’t even that close. […]

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SportsCorner, Indiana Sports Special – 8/4/15

Posted  August 4, 2015  by  Tyler Ratts

We’re back in the SportsCorner, and for this podcast, it is all about Indiana sports. How will the Pacers look in their new up-tempo offense, and where do they stand in the East after their offseason moves? Is this a Super Bowl-or-bust season for the Colts, and can they win it all? How will IU, […]

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Every Person Matters

Posted  July 18, 2015  by  Tyler Ratts

I’ve had a few different people ask my opinion on Caitlyn Jenner receiving the Arthur Ashe Award, especially after her speech at the ESPYs. Let me first say when I originally heard Jenner was being given this honor, I was completely against it. Plain and simple, I believed Lauren Hill should have won the award. […]

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2015 ESPYs: Honoring Greatness

Posted  July 14, 2015  by  Tyler Ratts

“To me there are three things everyone should do every day. Number one is laugh. Number two is think — spend some time in thought. Number three, you should have your emotions move you to tears. If you laugh, think and cry, that’s a heck of a day.” North Carolina State Head Coach Jim Valvano […]

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