Not since Tiger: Brooks Koepka is a machine

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American golfer - as well as 4-time major champion - Brooks Koepka may be the Terminator. Today is all about Gary Woodland and his U.S. Open title, and rightly so, but it would be foolish to ignore what the 2017 and 2018 U.S. Open Champion is doing right now in the golf world. Koepka, who … Continue reading Not since Tiger: Brooks Koepka is a machine

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A Cold Hard Truth: I look in the mirror and think hard about my status as a Texas fan

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I want to preface this article by saying I'm sorry. I thought I was doing enough. I thought that living in Jester West for a year splitting a room the size of my bedroom was enough. I thought that writing sports for my school newspaper was enough. I thought that turning my immediately family on … Continue reading A Cold Hard Truth: I look in the mirror and think hard about my status as a Texas fan

A Sad Truth: The NBA is a Business

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Between Durant's injury, Warriors President of Basketball Operations Bob Myers crying on the podium (apparently from his own guilt), and people blaming this person and that organization and such and such fanbase, the entire situation of one of the best players of all-time suffering one of basketball's worst injuries has become expectedly complicated. And yet, … Continue reading A Sad Truth: The NBA is a Business

We’re barely in June: Apparently everybody hates Texas

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Texas' football program is no stranger to taking an absolute beating on the Internet. Mockery of a phrase never even started by Texas owns any Longhorn or Big 12-related post on college football Instagram comment sections, Twitter replies, and anywhere people want to forget that their program isn't relevant. Three things in the past week … Continue reading We’re barely in June: Apparently everybody hates Texas

I’m not backing down: Warriors look to steal home court advantage in Game 2

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@robtrev22 I’ve taken some heat in the past couple of days after the Raptors came out and won Game 1, after I wrote a seething article about the inevitability of another Golden State title. What those people fail to remember is that I said that I’d give the Raptors Game 1 as a possibility just … Continue reading I’m not backing down: Warriors look to steal home court advantage in Game 2

17-year-old struggles to choose where to go to college, world goes crazy

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@robtrev22 Longhorn detractors, college football drama lovers, and a USC fan base desperate for a rare win celebrated yesterday when standout wideout Bru McCoy confirmed he was leaving Texas to “return home.” https://twitter.com/gregbiggins/status/1134557407156113408?s=21 Initial reactions from some reactionary Texas fans were to throw out insults and even more tongue-in-cheek disses like “this program isn’t for … Continue reading 17-year-old struggles to choose where to go to college, world goes crazy

5 things we want to know (from Texas) – Day 2 at Big 12 Media Days

Yesterday's Day 1 of the Big 12 Media Days in Arlington, Texas was jam-packed with questions for two of the four new head coaches, as Matt Wells out of Texas Tech was met with queries on how he's going to turn the program around in Lubbock, while Les Miles was put on blast for his … Continue reading 5 things we want to know (from Texas) – Day 2 at Big 12 Media Days

‘Three Man Weave’ is the hip-hop basketball song we’ve always needed

@robtrev22 When you think of basketball hip-hop songs, the classics come to mind. There's the original hip-hop love anthem to basketball, aptly titled "Basketball", by Kurtis Blow. There's Skee-Lo rapping about how he wished "he was a little bit taller." And who can forget the cinematic classic anthem of the 1990s that urged us to … Continue reading ‘Three Man Weave’ is the hip-hop basketball song we’ve always needed