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Monday Blog: Bat Govs still progressing across the nation

From coast to coast, Austin Peay is represented on the baseball diamond. Currently, there are three Govs at the Major League level, seven in the minors, two in independent leagues, while 13 current players are playing in summer leagues to prepare for next season. Everywhere you look, from Florida all ...

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Monday Blog: The Heartbreak Header

United States soccer fans watched Sunday’s match against Portugal from all over the world. There were those lucky enough to be in Brazil, those who watched from bars and watch parties, and even the troops overseas got to witness it. As for me, I sat in my living room as ...

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Monday Blog: A Beautiful Finals Performance

Three champions were crowned in the past four days in three different sports. You had the Los Angeles Kings, who hoisted the greatest trophy in all of sports on Friday,with a 3-2 victory over the New York Rangers in the Stanley Cup Final. Then there’s Martin Kaymer, a German-born golfer ...

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Monday Blog: The 2014 World Cup Edition

Soccer fans have been waiting four years for the 2014 World Cup, and it is now only days away. All eyes will be on Brazil beginning on June 12 as the games begin, and I couldn’t be more excited. I haven’t been counting down the days for four years like ...

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Monday Blog: While NBA Conference Finals disappoint, NHL delivers

Each year, the NBA and NHL Playoffs go head-to-head in terms of timing, with basketball capturing the attention of most sports fans. But in terms of entertainment, this year’s 2014 conference finals edge belongs to hockey. Typically, I’m in the majority as my attention shifts to the NBA Playoffs in ...

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Monday Blog: Biggest sports weekend of 2014?

No matter what sports you enjoy, there was something for you this Memorial Day weekend. While I did get a chance to be out on the water, do some fishing, and play a little cornhole, my focus on Saturday and Sunday was on the television. In sports, the biggest games and ...

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