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Uncle Shannon Sharpe? Yikes!

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"Julio! I gotcha, it's your favorite uncle. What's going on, bruh?" Those were the infamous starting lines of a controversial event about to take place. It seems uncalled for, a veteran ex-football player and sports analyst making a phone call to an under-contract player about trade rumors. It's one thing to talk about such things privately, but he chose...

Deion Sanders Puts His Money Where His Mouth Is

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While Primetime’s name may suggest that he is all about himself, his actions show that he’s all about the team. Deion Sanders is the definition of put where your money is where your mouth is. Jackson State football coach Deion Sanders will donate half his salary to help complete the program with football facility renovations, he announced on Instagram....

Does the Money Come First?

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Money is an essential aspect of our lives. We need it to make a living for ourselves and our families. Everyone wants to get paid what they are worth. This is especially true for athletes, who are risking their bodies. However, is it so important to one’s life that one would potentially risk their career and reputation to pursue...

What’s Next for Russell Westbrook

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  Since the Lakers missed the playoffs and the play-in-tournament this past season. This offseason talk has been about Russell Westbrook and his struggles this past season. Coming into the season, the Lakers were the favorites to win the 2021-2022 NBA champions. One of the reasons why the Lakers were favored to win the title was because of the big...

Best Fit for ACC schools during Conference Realignment

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The college sports foundation was shaken to its core last when UCLA and Southern California announced plans to leave the Pac-12 Conference for the Big Ten in 2024. TV deals and the market now run college football now. Texas and Oklahoma started the unraveling by joining the Southeastern Conference. The NCAA has little power as ESPN and Fox Sports...

Well, That’s Awkward!

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On June 21st, 2022, DT Larry Ogunjobi signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers, which is an excellent signing for their defensive line. However, it might bring about some awkwardness with some of the offensive players, specifically QB Mason Rudolph. There's the typical divisional rivalry to be considered, as Ogunjobi played for the Cleveland Browns and the Cincinnati Bengals. More importantly, he...

USC & UCLA to the Big Ten

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We thought the dust had settled. But that is not the case. College realignment is back in the spotlight. USC and UCLA, two of the Pac-12's flagship programs, are planning to leave the conference for the Big Ten. They formally applied for the Big 10 and have been approved. This move would be less disruptive than potential moves in...

The Curious Tale of Kevin Durant & Kyrie Irving’s Time in Brooklyn

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Since the NBA season officially ended, all the talk has been about the Brooklyn Nets and Kyrie Irving's status on opting back with the Nets for another year or opting out and becoming an unrestricted free agent. Since Kyrie arrived in Brooklyn in 2019, it has been a circus during Irving's tenure, and the Nets organization has had enough....

When Will Lamar Jackson Sign?

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Lamar Jackson is approaching his last year under his rookie contract deal, and all the talk this off-season has been about the Baltimore Raven's future with Lamar Jackson as their quarterback. Jackson, drafted in 2018, has been the Raven's starter and has lived up to the expectations. He has been one of the best quarterbacks and players in the...

Carter Stewart- The Start of a New Trend?

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The story of Carter Stewart is an interesting one. Stewart, then a 19-year-old, had agreed to a six-year, $7M deal with the Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks in the Nippon Professional Baseball (NPB) league. He eschewed a chance at being one of the top draft picks of the 2019 MLB Draft. Something that he had already done the previous year in...