I am currently a senior at the ASU Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication and an Arizona native born and raised. My one true love is the Denver Broncos. To share my devotion, I may or may not have built a Helga Pataki-esque shrine of John Elway from chewed bubblegum. And that may or may not be the reason he has a restraining order against me. Beyond that, I’m an obsessive pop culture nerd whose head is crammed full of too much useless information to keep track of. About 78% of what comes out of my mouth is recycled from a movie or television show somewhere. Someday, I hope to be either a sports columnist or screen writer. Or a space cowboy. I haven’t decided yet.
What happens when an explosive offense meets an unmovable defense? Well, apparently that defense gets favored by six points.
Don't look now, folks, but Bulldogs basketball is the owner of a three-game winning streak.
The Eagles refused to die Saturday, overcoming a huge deficit to steal a 68-64 OT victory right out from under the Panthers.
Looks like Lady Bulldogs head coach Andy Landers won't be getting the fifth 13-0 start in his 34-year coaching career at Georgia, after all.
If you tuned into Georgia Tech vs. Citadel hoping for a exciting, competitive game then you were the epitome of disappointed.
Georgia State's late-game struggles popped up once again Saturday as Rhode Island handed the Panthers their third consecutive loss.
It certainly wasn't pretty but Georgia Southern managed to prevail Saturday in the third round of the Las Vegas Classic.
The Panthers failed to end Bill Curry's career with a win Saturday as Georgia State was annihilated, 51-7, by Maine.
The Georgia Southern Eagles had 12 different players with a rush attempt as they cruised to a 69-26 win over the Howard Bison.
It's difficult to an upset a team like Duke on the road. It's even more difficult when your clanging buckets off the basket like the Panthers were Friday evening.