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One doesn't have to be mensa material to see through the skewed logic of one Roger Goodell when it comes to race relations in America. The NFL commissioner has taken his marching orders from 32 of the richest white men in the country for 14 years now, all the while making them and himself ev…

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Allow me to re-introduce myself, my name is Tevin Studdard. My childhood was spent between Haughville and 46218, and IPS and private school. My perspective and outlook on life were very different yet balanced. I saw everything from my cousin Ruben win “American Idol” to my cousin Antwyn's re…

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Even a dummy like me knows the true meaning of Memorial Day weekend. It’s a time to pause and offer respect to all the military personnel who made the ultimate sacrifice for my freedom, which allows me the opportunity to live and type these words today.

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Like many folks starving for sports content during this harrowing pandemic period, I’ve faithfully tuned in to the ESPN “Last Dance” documentary of the Chicago Bulls’ sixth championship season.

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Cheyenne Hodges and Gabrielle Hart are both sophomores at Pike High School. Like high schoolers across the nation, they have been adapting to online classes for the past several months. Along with changes in their classroom settings, both girls are getting used to not being on a volleyball c…

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As a self-confessed NBA junkie, I continue to struggle with the suspension of the current professional basketball season and proclaim my agony to anyone who will listen. Keep in mind, you’re reading the random thoughts of someone who’ll watch a west coast contest between the two last place t…

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I really don’t know Kyle Miyata Larson, and other than the numerous times I’ve watched him drive the wheels off of numerous types of race cars, our interaction has been limited to yours truly sticking a voice recorder in his face while seeking a quote I can write about.

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Like all Americans, I now spend an inordinate amount of time pondering when life will return to what we considered to be normal before the pandemic that has put up serious roadblocks in our daily lives. While sports is a viable fabric of our culture, we realize that public health supersedes …

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Watching our local community react to the global pandemic that is COVID-19 has been difficult to say the least. The concern for our own personal health, coupled with the financial uncertainty, is indeed overwhelming to all. As a self-confessed sports junkie, reality set in pretty quickly rec…

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When the Indianapolis Arena Enforcers, a minor league football team, play their first game in the Indiana Farmers Coliseum later this month, it will be the first time football has been played in the historic building. 

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Being a longtime sports fanatic, as well as a co-host of on an upstart sports podcast, I was instantly overwhelmed with sadness upon hearing about the tragic death of Kobe Bryant. It’s that side of media, that I personally loathe covering. If you savvy yourself to be a know-it-all, as I do, …

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I will readily admit I’ve been openly critical of Myles Christian Turner. Part of that is looking at the talent and athleticism he possesses and asking why he can’t consistently apply it on the floor as one would assume he could, and then pondering why he doesn’t look to be a force in the po…