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Royals offense displays power

Jacob McKay, Reporter

May 15, 2015

The Royals have picked up where they left off. The team made its first appearance in the postseason since 1985 World Series. Like the 1985 team, the Royals made it to the Series last fall, but lost to the Giants in seven games....

March madness:

Max Stoneking and Jake Anderson

March 23, 2015

Kentucky will cut down net in Indy by Max Stoneking The current college basketball season has been dominated by one team: The Kentucky Wildcats. Kentucky, who has cruised through the majority of their schedule despite...

LeBron continues to work out kinks

Jacob McKay, Reporter

March 5, 2015

LeBron James is the most popular athlete in the United States. LeBron was a special player immediately on his entry to the league, and Cleveland grew each year he played there, reaching the 2007 NBA finals. The Cavaliers lost...

Paying players preserves parity

Jacob McKay, Reporter

January 15, 2015

Amateurism. What does it mean and why is it important? For a long time, it was the central concept in collegiate sports, the sacred virtue of student athletics. Now it appears, all that rhetoric may change. A circuit...

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