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No. 1 LSU turned up the pressure on the Gamecocks Saturday night at Carolina Stadium,
as they got up early and never looked back in an 8-1 Tiger victory. The team struggled on both sides of the ball,
as the pitching was knocked for 11 hits, two of which were home runs. The loss to the Tigers marks the end of the
Gamecocks regular season, leaving them with a final record of 32-24 (13-17).
Aggies Walk-Off Over
January 4 was a Sunday. I rolled out of bed
around ten and turned my TV to ESPN, a morning tradition I’ve held since I was
about 7 or 8 years old. It was the second day of the NFL Wild Card
round, and I was expecting to see NFL Live discuss Andy Dalton’s inabilities to
win a playoff game or maybe a breakdown of DeMarco Murray’s second half rushes
this season. What I saw, however, was a tough pill to swallow.
They say all good things must come to an end.
In Clay Travis’ November 16th column on Fox’s
Outkick The Coverage, he wrote about the injuries of Todd Gurley and Marcus
Lattimore, and how it was “immoral” that the NFL’s age restrictions prevented them from going pro early.
This past week we were witnesses to a major breakthrough event in human history.
This past week President Barack
Obama spoke out regarding the issue of net neutrality, the idea that Internet
service providers should not discriminate data on the web by user, platform,
site, content and so on. In a two-minute statement, Obama came out in
support of keeping use of the Internet equal, calling the FCC to reclassify the
Internet as a public utility — protecting the use of the Internet as an
essential service. Doing so would allow the FCC to prevent price throttling,
slow service and blocking of certain websites.
My first experience with the southern U.S. was when I set foot on campus at USC for my college visit senior year of high school. Back then, I was a full-blown New Englander, born and bred.
Bumgarner's playoff play earns him spot among the greats
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"Calvin and Hobbes" produces laughs, tears and the occasional existential crisis
Last week, Florida State launched an investigation of their Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Jameis Winston. Winston is accused of accepting payment for his signature, a claim that his head coach Jimbo Fisher adamantly refutes.