March Madness

Posted on March 23, 2021

March Madness History March Madness first started in 1939 and quickly became a premier sporting event year-after-year. It is the largest major basketball tournament in the U.S., consisting of six rounds. The first round starts with 64 teams, then dwindles to 32, then they have the Sweet Sixteen, the Elite Eight, the Final 4, and…

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When will fans feel safe in stands again?

Posted on June 4, 2020

We all miss sports and we all know they are slowly working their way back to the “new normalcy” of this post-COVID-19 world. As sports start to return, many are asking what their return will look like. What protocols will be put into place? How long will the season be? How many people will be…

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How Playing One Sport Changed the Sports World

Posted on August 12, 2019

It’s no secret that paid attendance across sports is down, and theories abound with reasons why. From money being tight to millennials wanting more than just a game day experience. We have another theory, one that has not been written about yet and spells more long-term doom for active attendance. Kids today are not viewing…

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Influential Women in Sports

Posted on March 27, 2019

March is International Women’s Month. It’s a time we can reflect on the strong, kind-hearted, hard-working women in sports. There are so many female athletes who paved the way for the sports industry. Sports is one area where women are still the minority, but they shouldn’t be. According to Livestream, 80 percent of women consider…

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A Call For Change In College Basketball

Posted on April 26, 2018

It’s no secret that college basketball teams have been getting away with a lot lately. From players breaking the rules, coaches cheating, and an FBI scandal, the world of college basketball needs a change. Due to all the drama, the NCAA formed a group of 12 people looking to make these needed changes.  According to…

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Twitter: Changing the way sports are viewed… Well, Trying.

Posted on July 12, 2016

Recently Twitter has been expanding its mini-blogging platform to new heights. A partnership with Periscope and new updated features coming out monthly keep Twitter in one of the top spots when it comes to the social media platform competition, possibly bringing live sports on Twitter. In an all-out effort at World social domination, Twitter has…

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Why the NCAA’s Decision is Killing Miami

Posted on November 8, 2012

Without an investigator stepping foot on the campus of Penn State University, the NCAA handed out the worst punishment since SMU. Meanwhile, in Coral Gables miles of paperwork have been collected about supposed transgressions that have occurred over a tremendous period of time and involving multiple athletes, administrators, and recruits. They’ve been twisting in the…

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