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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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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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One to Watch: Bronson Koenig, Wisconsin

Posted  July 14, 2015  by  Brian Fox

Last in a series identifying 14 college basketball players who will have a breakout season–one on each Big Ten team For the past three years at the Final Four, a backup guard has stolen the show and given his team’s fanbase a lot of hope for the future. Last year of course it was Grayson Allen leading […]

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One to Watch: Bishop Daniels, Rutgers

Posted  July 13, 2015  by  Brian Fox

13th in a series identifying 14 college basketball players who will have a breakout season–one on each Big Ten team To say Rutgers struggled in its first season in the Big Ten would be an understatement. Every time it looked like the Scarlet Knights were moving in the right direction, they’d fall back to Earth very […]

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One to Watch: Rapheal Davis, Purdue

Posted  July 12, 2015  by  Brian Fox

12th in a series identifying 14 college basketball players who will have a breakout season–one on each Big Ten team When Matt Painter signed highly touted center Caleb Swanigan in May, it was easy to draw comparisons to the failed experiment of the Detroit Pistons. After all, the Pistons tried to jam their frontcourt with […]

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NBA Free Agency: Reach for the Stars

Posted  July 11, 2015  by  Tyler Ratts

Free agency, a chance for NBA teams to try and lure big names to their city in hopes of improving their rosters in preparation of the upcoming season. Some teams get better, while other teams miss out on the opportunity and head into next year in worse shape than the season before. With the salary […]

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Shep Garner (33) during the Nittany Lions game with the Colonials of George Washington. Penn State moves out to its best start since 1995-96 with its eighth consecutive win, defeating George Washington 64-51 in the Bryce Jordan Center.

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One to Watch: Shep Garner, Penn State

Posted  July 11, 2015  by  Brian Fox

11th in a series identifying 14 college basketball players who will have a breakout season–one on each Big Ten team Penn State does not have a rich basketball history. However, Happy Valley has produced some fantastic scoring guards over the years. In the 21st century alone, talents like Joe Crispin, Geary Claxton, Talor Battle, Tim […]

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One to Watch: Jae’Sean Tate, Ohio State

Posted  July 10, 2015  by  Brian Fox

Tenth in a series identifying 14 college basketball players who will have a breakout season–one on each Big Ten team In college basketball, it’s rare for the national leaders in rebounding to simply be the tallest players. Most of the time, it comes down to effort. That’s why undersized guys like Andre Roberson always end […]

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One to Watch: Vic Law, Northwestern

Posted  July 9, 2015  by  Brian Fox

Ninth in a series identifying 14 college basketball players who will have a breakout season–one on each Big Ten team Northwestern has never made an NCAA tournament, the only major-conference team that can say that. It has been and will always be a challenge for the Wildcats to break that streak, since the Evanston school goes […]

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