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Monday Blog: APSU sports calendar outlook

This weekend, it didn’t feel right not being on campus to cover an APSU sporting event. A rare occurrence happened with no home events, and I thought for a split second I was going to have a social life again. But then, I remembered college football games were on Saturday, ...

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NFL Week 1 Preview & Picks

The 53-man rosters are set. You’ve drafted your fantasy team. Now it’s time to sit back and enjoy football for the next 21 weeks. Finally, the NFL is back in our lives, an exciting time no matter what demographic you fall into. Watching the games with family and friends is ...

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NFL Playoffs: Sunday’s conference championships will be memorable

What happens when two football match-ups unfold as the greatest quarterbacks of this generation meet, along with a rubber match between bitter rivals? You get the biggest conference title weekend in NFL history. On Sunday, Jan. 19, the New England Patriots will travel to Denver to take on the Broncos, ...

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Fantasy Football Weekly: Week One Preview

Your league is set up. Your team has been drafted. Now it’s time to sit back and watch your players perform on the field. On Thursday, Sept. 5, the NFL season begins with the Baltimore Ravens traveling to Denver to take on the Broncos. If you have players for either ...

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Fantasy Football Weekly: Draft Tips

Football season is almost here, which means fantasy football draft prepartions are in full swing. Some of us hoisted the league championship last season, me included, while others were hit with player injuries and bad luck. Don’t worry, though. The 2013 season will give everyone a fresh start to bounce back, ...

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Cannon ready to lead Govs football

»Joshua Stephenson, Staff Writer Change is often tough to accept, but sometimes it is a good thing. Sometimes change is necessary to show where you stand. In sports, change comes and goes as quickly as day changes to night and fans don’t even bat an eyelash. This offseason change has ...

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