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Terrelle Pryor is No Longer the Man

by C.T. Schwink on June 08, 2011
Senior > Journalism > University of Maryland

Today, Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor felt the heat of the ongoing NCAA investigation into the school's football program. A player who was placed on a pedestal before taking his first collegiate...

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Portable Electronics More Engrossing than the Game?

by Josh Axelrod on June 08, 2011
Sophomore > Journalism > University of Maryland

What would you choose: the game or the girl? I was in Cleveland watching teams like Ohio State and Syracuse compete in the first and second round of 2011 March Madness.  Sitting...

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The Ghost of Dwayne Wade's Past Haunts Dallas

by C.T. Schwink on June 06, 2011
Senior > Journalism > University of Maryland

Hello readers, I'm C.T. Schwink, the new sports editor here at College Magazine. A couple times a week, I'll be bringing you the biggest sporting news of the day for you to naw on. Let me know...

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What Makes a Bad Sports Owner

by Brandon Coope on May 30, 2011
Junior > Journalism> University of Maryland

With the NBA gearing up towards a lockout and the NFL already firmly planted in one, there has been a lot of attention recently placed on the relationship between owners and players. Sometimes,...

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Rise of the Roid: College Edition

by Josh Axelrod on May 19, 2011
Freshman > University of Maryland > Journalism

Barry Bonds. Roger Clemens. Jason Giambi. Mark McGwire. At this point, even those who pay only the slightest attention to the world of sports should be able to list at least one similarity between...

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Lucky Draft

by Hannah Keyser on May 18, 2011
via Rick Reilly > ESPN.com

Marcus Cannon has cancer and a spot on the New England Patriots. His pre-draft diagnosis may have caused him to drop probably 100 spots, but between the early detection of his non-Hodgkins lymphoma...

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The Best NBA Teams to Have Never Won a Championship

by Brandon Coope on May 18, 2011
Junior > Journalism > University of Maryland

Sometimes, one of the saddest realities in the sports world is that each year only one team can become champion.  Some seasons, when the level of competition is exceptionally high and there...

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No Change for the NFL

by Hannah Keyser on May 17, 2011
via Judy Battista > New York Times

Remember that NFL lockout that was all over the news before baseball season? Well, it is officially…still on. The only major ruling lately has been to further postpone making any decisions. Read...

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Endorsing Risk: Michael Vick

by Jon Young on May 17, 2011
Junior > English > Northern Michigan University

Professional athletes have a hard time staying away from the limelight. Whether it’s a great performance on the field or a slip up in their personal life fans are most likely going to be informed....

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Tiger Tamed by Injury

by Hannah Keyser on May 12, 2011
Bob Haring > ESPN.com

The knee and Achilles injuries that have ben plaguing Tiger Woods since the Maters limited his appearance at The Players Championship to nine holes. Find out what caused the injury and the prognosis...

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Hitting the Rule Books

by Josh Axelrod on May 12, 2011
Freshman > University of Maryland > Journalism

Before a lockout became the NFL’s biggest problem, they had an even greater threat to league security: Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison.  During the 2010-2011 season, he was...

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Native American Nicknames

by Brandon Coope on May 11, 2011
Junior > Journalism > University of Maryland

The University of North Dakota has been in quite the pickle over the last month due to its Fighting Sioux nickname.     On one side of the school’s conundrum is the NCAA, which...

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Money Wages, Conference Changes

by Jon Young on May 10, 2011
Junior > English > Northern Michigan University

Another year of school is in the books, summer is creeping in and the college football season is on the horizon. As fans gear up for another fall of games, cookouts and tailgating they might be surprised...

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