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Ignite the Heights: Building Unexpected Belief in Jim Christian

You know what? I don’t think Jim Christian was that bad of a hire. #MACtion or not, he wins basketball games. TCU was just a completely broken situation, so if he can just bring in some assistants with high-major recruiting pedigree, he might… 885 more words

College Basketball

Eron Harris, Sean Obi, Ryan Anderson lead top available transfers

The college basketball transfer market is not exactly the equivalent of free agency. But given the volume of players switching uniforms in the offseason – and the wide disparity of talent available, from end-of-benchers to impact performers – it comes close. 778 more words

Transfers

Ryan Anderson to transfer from Boston College

Boston College ended the year 8-24 (4-14 ACC), firing head coach Steve Donahue on March 18 after four seasons.

Ohio head coach Jim Christian was… 175 more words

ACC

Heritage Foundation Member Pits Working Poor Against LGBT Americans

It’s no secret that most Americans, especially young Americans, now support marriage equality as numerous polls have shown. It’s the job of Ryan Anderson, however, to generate support for the marriage inequality movement amongst his fellow millennials. 337 more words

Christian Right

Pelicans' Ryan Anderson to undergo season-ending neck surgery

The Pelicans announced Tuesday that forward Ryan Anderson will undergo neck surgery and that his 2013-14 season is complete. The six-year veteran will undergo surgery to address a herniated cervical disc on April 8.

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Pelicans’ Ryan Anderson to undergo neck surgery, is officially done for season

Ryan Anderson has been out of the Pelicans’ lineup since January 3 due to a herniated disc in his neck, an injury suffered in a game against the Celtics. 132 more words

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Talking AZ's SB-1062 with Gregory T. Angelo of Log Cabin Republicans

By Stephen Richer

You *might* have heard that Arizona almost passed a bill (SB-1062) that would have allowed for-profit businesses to deny services to gay Arizonans. 1,627 more words