3 Star Recruit Commits To Boise State

  Malek Harwell, a 3 star rate basketball player from Centruy High School in Pocatello, commits to Boise State University. He is a 6 foot 4 inch point guard, is a top rated prospect in the state of Idaho. As a senior he averaged  points and almost 5 rebounds per game and was the leader... Continue Reading →

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Shaquille O’Neal with his graduate degrees

Shaquille O'Neal was born on March 6, 1972, in Newark, New jersey. He was an athlete, actor and musician. He graduated from Cole High School in San Antonio, Texas. He went to Louisiana State University. He went on to become one of the most dominant players in the NBA. Because of this, he earned a... Continue Reading →

What NOT To Do While Being Recruited

   One thing to remember is that while you are in the middle of the recruiting process is that what you say is nearly as important as what you don’t say, and vice versa. Every conversation you have, rather it be in person, email, texting, on the phone or something that you put on social... Continue Reading →

Why College Athletes Should Graduate

With the end of the school year coming, many college athletes are considering next year. All too often, athletes are opting out of finishing their degrees to go straight to professional leagues.  However, this is not a good idea for most of them, for several reasons. First, the world of professional sports is extremely competitive,... Continue Reading →

Cavs-Hawks Series Analysis: First Take

The semifinals are here!! The Golden State Warriors are taking on the Houston Rockets for King of the West. In the East the Atlanta Hawks are contending with the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Cleveland Cavaliers are the clear favorites in the series, but don’t count the Hawks out just so soon. The general opinion is the... Continue Reading →

Miguel Cabrera Hits 400th Career Home Run

On May 15th, the Detroit Tigers’ first baseman, Miguel Cabrera hit his 399th and 400th career home runs. A Venezuelan native, Cabrera has hit more home runs than any other South American baseball player, passing Andres Galarraga by one hit. In a 4-3 win against the St. Louis Cardinals, Cabrera also completed 1399 RBI’s (runners... Continue Reading →

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