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The Fantasy Update

The Fantasy Update

By:
10/30/2014

For NFL teams and fantasy owners alike, not too much has gone according to plan this football season. The defending champions are 4-3, after dropping to the struggling Rams only a week ago, and the top NFL team entering week eight was the Dallas Cowboys. And, despite having the highest-powered offense in the NFL, Andrew…

A Tribute to a Legend: Steve Smith

A Tribute to a Legend: Steve Smith

By:
10/01/2014

There was barely a minute left in the first half of the Super Bowl when Jake Delhomme threw a bomb downfield, Carolina fans were hoping with all they had that their star receiver could tie up the game before the half. Sure enough, on the other end of the pass, Steve Smith eluded his defender…

The Fantasy Update

The Fantasy Update

By:
09/26/2014

This is no ordinary year of football. Three weeks in, many of the presumed top scorers have either underperformed, sustained a major injury, or been served a suspension. Of the top four consensus picks, Jamaal Charles is injured, Adrian Peterson is out of the game for the foreseeable future, and Lesean McCoy and Matt Forte…

Week 1 Fantasy Football Reactions

Week 1 Fantasy Football Reactions

By:
09/11/2014

Exhausted. Satisfied.  Utterly terrified at the prospect of attending class the next day. There were a hundred ways to describe how I felt after having watched four hours of NFL Red Zone with my friends. But I felt no regret, because the NFL was back, with all its glory and controversy. Week 1 brought excitement,…

The Fantasy Fanatic: Predictions for Your Team

The Fantasy Fanatic: Predictions for Your Team

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09/04/2014

They told me he was the one. A slam dunk. He would take me to the promised land. They say you never forget the first person to break your heart, and I will never forget mine: CJ Spiller. Full of pride and confidence, I drafted him with the ninth pick. Visions of the 100-yard, 2…

Welcome to Fantasy Football

Welcome to Fantasy Football

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08/28/2014

It felt like Christmas morning. It was finally here, the single most important day of the year, the day I for which I had waited the entirety of an agonizing, regretful year. It was a day when dreams would be born and crushed, friendships broken, and dynasties created. It was a day for champions, for…

Women’s sailing changes course

Women’s sailing changes course

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04/24/2014

The Georgetown women’s sailing team won the 2014 Mid-Atlantic Intercollegiate Sailing Association Spring Conference Championship this past Saturday and qualified for the Women’s National Championship that will take place in June. Earlier this month, the team had secured a spot in the Team Race National Championship for their performance at the MAISA Conference Team Race….

Elgin Baylor: The Father of Flight

Elgin Baylor: The Father of Flight

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04/20/2014

Because sports fans are obsessed with categories, we tend to associate each basketball position with a specific set of skills and responsibilities. The center towers over the rest and sparks fastbreaks by grabbing rebounds, while the power forward provides the muscle of the team. The shooting guard hits jump-shots and plays great defense, while the…

Wilt Chamberlain: The Behemoth of Basketball

Wilt Chamberlain: The Behemoth of Basketball

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04/06/2014

I don’t know about you, but for me, the name ‘Wilt Chamberlain’ has a mythical, god-like aura attached to it. With superhuman size, superhuman strength, and superhuman personality, Wilt’s lived a life that we will probably never be able to understand. He was Goliath, the freak of nature who absolutely dominated anyone who dared to…

The Big O: A Career of Defiance

The Big O: A Career of Defiance

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03/30/2014

Today’s media would probably describe a player like Oscar Robertson as arrogant, selfish, undiplomatic, and at times an outright dick. In truth, this account of the man we remember today as ‘The Big O” isn’t necessarily wrong. Oscar was brash, abrasive, rude, and downright frightening. Despite his immense talent, he was a nightmare to play…

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