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Duncan Weir
Duncan Weir’s Scotland recall ‘testament to his character’, says Townsend
Gavin Harper - Nov 11, 2020

Duncan Weir ‘s return to the Scotland number 10 jersey in Florence on Saturday is ‘testament to his character’, according to national team boss Gregor Townsend. The Worcester Warriors stand-off will win his 29th cap against Italy and is one of four changes to the side that beat Wales on October 31, with Sam Johnson, […]

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The Mountain West and WCC Need More At-Large Bids
Carl Knauf - Dec 4, 2020

The Mountain West and West Coast conferences are determined and poised to earn additional bids for the NCAA Tournament. Both conferences are more than just San Diego State and Gonzaga. However, with San Francisco’s 85-60 defeat of Nevada on Wednesday night, these hopeful mid-major programs may be hurting each other. The Mountain West and WCC […]

New York Mets
The New York Mets Signing of Trevor May Could Lead to Bigger Moves

It’s no secret that the New York Mets new owner is the wealthiest owner in all of MLB. Additionally, since Steve Cohen’s purchase was made after this past season he has not felt the financial loss that every other team is feeling right now. As a result, the eyes of the baseball world are set […]

Daniil Medvedev in action at the US Open
The Future Elites of Men’s Tennis

What separates the very best from the rest?  Something unique, something special? Something which you can eyeball or put a finger on. Pete Sampras had his serve and lithe movement, Andre Agassi with his hawk-like eyesight and return, Marat Safin could blast the ball equally hard from both the forehand and backhand wing, Marcelo Rios […]

Roberto Clemente
Roberto Clemente Deserves His Number 21 to be Retired Across the MLB

When Jackie Robinson‘s number 42 was retired for all MLB teams, it was an unprecedented and awesome symbol of respect for the man who broke the color barrier for the sport. Robinson’s courage was not only an important step in the advancement of the MLB, but also for the civil rights of black people. His play […]

The best ATP players without a singles title
Ewan West - Dec 3, 2020

Winning a title is a significant goal for all professional tennis players. It is, though, a feat which has alluded a number of established current and former ATP singles players. Former world #25 Julien Benneteau, who retired in 2018, is perhaps the most notable case. The Frenchman failed to win any of the 10 tour-level […]

Australian Open qualifying
Australian Open set to be pushed back to February 8
Ewan West - Dec 2, 2020

The 2021 Australian Open looks set to start on February 8–three weeks later than originally scheduled–the Victorian Government has confirmed. According to ABC News, players are likely to arrive in mid-January and complete their quarantine on January 31. During that time, they will be allowed outside their hotels for five hours a day–to go to […]

Thiago Seyboth Wild Gets Reality Check
David Gertler - Dec 1, 2020

It was a glorious moment. Casper Ruud mishit the backhand wide and Thiago Seyboth Wild fell to the ground, hands on his head. The 19 year-old Brazilian had won his first ATP Tour title out of nowhere. Seyboth Wild had never and was World No. 182 before the start of the tournament. He had some […]

Daniel Elahi Galan in action on the ATP Challenger Tour
Challenger Tour Weekly Recap: Galan Finds a Way; Meligeni Alves Gets His Maiden Title

The penultimate week of the 2020 ATP Challenger Tour has come to an end. The focus was on South America, with clay-court events taking place in Lima and Sao Paolo and it proved to be a week of shocks, with three players reaching maiden finals on the circuit. Here’s a recap of what you might […]