Spartans Stand Together, Raise Money for Riot Victim

Spartans Stand Together, Raise Money for Riot Victim

After Michigan State stunned Ohio State 34-24 in the Big Ten title game Saturday night, students flooded the streets of East Lansing to celebrate causing fires, flipping cars, and damaging property.  In Sparty solidarity, one student started a website to help a fellow Spartan, Steven Ripley, cover the cost of his overturned vehicle—presumably wrecked during the celebratory riots.  To date, website creator Karen Wood has raised over $3,000 and ensures 100% of the proceeds will go to Ripley and his...

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The Skinny on Athletic Diets

The Skinny on Athletic Diets

Diets are always a hot topic and often controversial. That’s probably even more so when it comes to athletes and what they eat. We have a look here at some diet and health related statistics, both general and for athletes, with an emphasis on those that competed in the 2012 London Olympics. Source: Nursing-School-Rankings.com

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Navy Bro bashes Army with “Suit and Tie” video

The Army-Navy game is one of college football’s enduring rivalries. The weeks leading up to the game feature intense spirit from both service academies. Most recently, Navy Bro dropped a sick beat covering Justin Timberlake’s “Suit and Tie” that bashes Army. Army, what do you have say now?

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Show Me the Money: So…You Want to be a Sports Agent?

Show Me the Money: So…You Want to be a Sports Agent?

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Aggies President wants Longhorns

Aggies President wants Longhorns

Texas A&M president R. Bowen Loftin recently told the San Antonio Express-News that he still wants the Aggies to play the Texas Longhorns.  In fact, he threw down the gauntlet challenging Texas, “anytime, anywhere.”  However, Loftin was a key factor in moving the Aggies from the Big XII to the SEC all but ensuring an end to the 118-year old historic rivalry. As it stands, Texas is nowhere to be found in A&M’s future schedules but the Aggies do...

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Alabama’s AJ McCarron Deserves the Heisman Trophy

Alabama’s AJ McCarron Deserves the Heisman Trophy

The Heisman Trophy is awarded annually to the most outstanding college football player “whose performance best exhibits the pursuit of excellence with integrity.” The player that best represents what the Heisman is all about is Alabama’s star quarterback AJ McCarron. McCarron boasts an impressive 34-2 (.944) career record making him one of the winningest quarterbacks in college football history. He has three national championship rings, two of which he won as a starter. The Mobile, Alabama native owns Alabama’s records for...

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EA Sports Distributes Mini Checks to Class-Action Claimants

EA Sports Distributes Mini Checks to Class-Action Claimants

Electronic Arts began distributing its settlement checks related to the class action lawsuit regarding sports video game monopolies. In the matter of Pecover v. Electronic Arts, Inc., EA reached an out-of-court settlement in the tune of $27 million. If you filed a claim by May 15, 2013 you should be receiving your settlement check valued by the number of games purchased from the Madden NFL, NCAA Football and Arena Football game franchises for GameCube, Wii, PS2, PS3, Xbox, Xbox...

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