Monthly Archives: September 2017

Dwyane Wade’s Impact On The Cavaliers

The Cleveland Cavaliers had one interesting summer. There were rumors about LeBron James leaving after the 2017-2018 season, the usual Kevin Love trade rumors and the bombshell of Kyrie Irving wanting to leave town, Well, the LeBron rumors will probably never go away, but the resolution of Kevin Love being traded and Kyrie Irving wanting...
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Let’s Talk NFL Counterprotesters

The NFL season has been a roller coaster of emotions for many. There has been anger, joy, sadness and frustration across the board for fans of the game. Along with the range of emotions, different factions of fans have begun to show up. Some fans are boycotting the game, allowing social media to be their...
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Tennessee State Tastes Defeat For The First Time

The Tennessee State Tigers had been rolling to start the season. They faced all three opening opponents on the road and for many teams, that would have been a daunting task. The Tigers handled it with ease as they won all three road games to start the season with airtight defense and just enough playmaking...
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The Crimson Tide Expose Vandy’s Offensive Issues

The Vanderbilt Commodores were riding high coming into Saturday's matchup against the Alabama Crimson Tide. The Commodore defense had just shut down the Kansas State Wildcats at home and the Vanderbilt offense had been able to do just enough to eek out a 14-7 win. The task was going to be tough for the Commodores....
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