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Getting fit at Georgetown

Getting fit at Georgetown

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At Georgetown, students both work hard and play hard. While the more popular meaning of play hard will be covered later on in another preview, the more literal meaning refers to the fact that Georgetown students love their physical activity. That love manifests itself in many forms. Whether it’s intramural flag football games under the…

E-volution: Gamers becoming athletes

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02/19/2015

In the world of sports, there have always been the fringe activities whose participants know that what they do is a sport while still trying to convince outsiders that this is the case. In the past, dancers, cheerleaders, and even track athletes have had to defend their positions as athletes to friends, family, and professional…

Women’s hoops falls to Villanova

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02/12/2015

The Georgetown women’s basketball team (4-20, 2-10 Big East) dropped their eighth consecutive game, falling 48-64 to Villanova (14-10, 8-4 Big East) this past Sunday night at McDonough Arena. “I was proud of our team’s fight. I was proud that we played hard,” Georgetown Head Coach Natasha Adair said following her team’s loss. Villanova jumped…

Men’s bball moves on from Atlantis

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12/04/2014

The Georgetown men’s basketball team (4-2, 0-0 Big East) returned home from the Bahamas after finishing a bittersweet 1-2 in the Battle 4 Atlantis tournament. Junior guard D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera led the team during the tournament, averaging just shy of 20 points per game. The Blue and Gray began the tournament with an exhilarating 66-65 overtime…

Football rammed by Fordham

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11/19/2014

The Georgetown University football team (2-9, 0-5 Patriot League) dropped their sixth straight contest on Saturday as they lost 52-7 to Fordham University (10-1, 6-0 PL) in their penultimate game of the season. The Hoyas were overpowered in nearly every facet of the game, surrendering just shy of 500 yards of offense to the Rams,…

The NFL Thermostat: Week 11

The NFL Thermostat: Week 11

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11/18/2014

HOT 1. JJ Watt Enough is enough, this guy needs an MVP award ASAP. If you haven’t been keeping track at home, the Texans’ defensive end has been having another monster year, and only added to his growing legacy this past Sunday. Despite a relatively quiet defensive showing with just one sack and three tackles…

Player Profile: Mikael Hopkins

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11/13/2014

Senior Forward Mikael Hopkins is a simple man. He doesn’t feel the need to enter Midnight Madness wearing a cape, rapping his own song lyrics like fellow senior Jabril Trawick. Nor does he maintain a major Twitter presence like teammates junior D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera or freshman L.J. Peak. During the madness of basketball media day, Hopkins…

The NFL Thermostat: Week 10

The NFL Thermostat: Week 10

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11/12/2014

HOT 1. Cleveland Browns If the season ended today, do you know who would be the AFC North champions, good for the fourth seed in the AFC? That’s right, the Cleveland Browns, still led by Brian Hoyer (and not Johnny Manziel who remains the backup for now). This puts them ahead of the dangerous Bengals…

The NFL Thermostat: Week 9

The NFL Thermostat: Week 9

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11/05/2014

HOT 1. Ryan Tannehill The Dolphins are trailing the red hot Patriots in their division, so their only hope for the playoffs is a wild card berth. An early preview of the wild card race was on display Sunday when the Dolphins faced off against the surprising Chargers. Tannehill exceeded expectations for the big game…

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