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The Deflategate Apathist

The Deflategate Apathist

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09/15/2015

I am a New York Giants fan.  In other words, I don’t like the Patriots.  But I’m happy Tom Brady won his appeal. I know.  It’s hard for me to say.  The words feel strange coming out of my mouth and off the tips of my fingers.  It goes against everything I believe in, every…

Men’s Soccer Falls 1-Zip in Home Opener

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09/05/2015

No. 12 Georgetown’s (0-2-1 Big East) first home game of 2015 delivered a great deal to Shaw Field.  First and foremost, the Hoyas’ battle with the Akron Zips (2-1-0 MAC) delivered a crowd of 1,137 ever-roaring, constantly cheering, and oft-heckling supporters clad in blue in gray.  It delivered a physical game of tangible tension, late…

Stafford, Marrocco leading nationally ranked men’s lax

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04/09/2015

Besides their New England roots and role as teammates on the No. 17 Georgetown men’s lacrosse team (7-4, 2-1 Big East), Nick Marrocco and Bo Stafford have little in common. Marrocco, a freshman goalie, and Stafford, a senior attack, play very different games. But this season, the two have emerged as an unlikely star duo….

Tebow Time-Out

Tebow Time-Out

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03/24/2015

Since 2010, most people have considered Tim Tebow more of an internet sensation than a football player. The college phenom was a sudden burst of light in the NFL, taking the Broncos to the second round of the playoffs in 2011, before slowly burning out in a disastrous 2012 stay with the Jets and an…

Age Before Beauty

Age Before Beauty

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02/26/2015

In January of 1976, the Pittsburgh Steelers beat the Dallas Cowboys 21-17 to win Superbowl X. That season, the Colts played in Baltimore, and the Broncos finished under .500. A few weeks later, on a warm March Wednesday in New Orleans, a 12-pound baby boy was born named Peyton. Two surgeries and almost 39 years…

Track continues to progress

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02/26/2015

Roger Bannister ran the first sub-four-minute mile in history in 1954, in one of the most groundbreaking athletic milestones of all time.  Over sixty years later, breaking four is still one of the most coveted personal accomplishments in the world of sports.  This past Valentine’s Day, not one, not two, but four Hoyas entered the…

Ray Allen: The Consummate Gym Rat

Ray Allen: The Consummate Gym Rat

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02/13/2015

The NBA All-Star Weekend is always a special time of the year. We marvel at acrobatic dunks and trick shots in the Slam Dunk Challenge, watch Kevin Hart match up against Chris Mullin in the celebrity game, and celebrate the best talents on the planet in the main event. But, this year’s All-Star season is…

I’d Like to Thank the Academy

I’d Like to Thank the Academy

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01/28/2015

For many, the start of the New Year is an opportunity to turn the page, to start anew, a clean slate. This is especially true for the 25-year-old American striker Jozy Altidore. After a disastrous eighteen-month stint with Sunderland worth no more than three goals, Altidore has decided to move stateside and join USMNT teammate…

Track runs away at Penn State

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01/22/2015

The Georgetown track and field team dominated the mid-distance and distance events at last weekend’s Nittany Lion Challenge hosted by Penn State. Both the men and women’s teams boasted several first-place finishes, starting with the 800 meters. For the men, graduate student Billy Ledder took the 800 meters (1:48.46), junior Michael Lederhouse won the mile…

Kobe Bryant vs. A Grilled Cheese Sandwich

Kobe Bryant vs. A Grilled Cheese Sandwich

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12/04/2014

Kobe Bryant is having the worst year of his career.  He recently broke John Havlicek’s record for the most missed field goals of all-time.  Supporters of the Black Mamba insist that Kobe’s spot on top the all-time miss list is simply a side effect of a nineteen-year career, and that his number four spot on…

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