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Four years have come and gone, but the mem[es]ories will last forever. I bid thee my farewell. While I’m sure some people — especially in the athletic department — are excited to see me go, …

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The selection committee is notorious for using its trademark ideology — who do you play and who did you beat — when deciding who is gets to punch a ticket in and who is left behind.

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Moser’s style is to pull a player immediately after a mistake, a strategy which can, and probably has, ruined a player’s confidence.

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I bet head coach Porter Moser would approve my message.

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College football rivalry week: It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Although it symbolizes the end of college football’s regular season, it never disappoints. That is, unless your team doesn’t come out victorious.

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The 2016 Rio de Janeiro Games were over in the blink of an eye. The female U.S. Olympians were arguably the biggest winners of the games, capturing 61 of 121 total medals Team USA took …

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While it seems that the gender divide in sports has improved, last week’s events have shown just how far we still need to go. The problem with women’s sports media isn’t simply a lack of …

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For the first time in the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue’s 52-year history, the magazine announced that it will have three cover models on three individual covers. The announcement on Feb. 14 made headlines — not …