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Brittney Griner Says It's Hard for Her to Represent Christian Baylor University Because They Aren't Supportive of Homosexual Athletes

Brittney Griner, the 6-foot-8 basketball phenom who played for Texas’ Baylor University, is speaking out about the Christian school in her new book, claiming it was hard to be a gay woman there.

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The Plateauing of Title IX...

It seems like this article has been written before, and more than once: New York Time’s “Women’s Soccer League Tries to Connect and Survive” reports that yet another professional women’s sports league is struggling not just to prosper, but to simply hold on. 369 more words

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Hungry Huskies Repeat

When the clock struck all zeros last night in the Music City, the University of Connecticut accomplished a feat so rare, its only happened once before.   203 more words

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Google Glass on the NBA Hardwood

If you haven’t heard there are some NBA teams experimenting with Google Glass during practice. The concept is pretty cool.

Imagine having the exact view of the best athletes in the world. 494 more words

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Brittney Griner Drops Bombs in her Memoir

A Christian university in Texas didn’t wrap it’s arms around a gay athlete, what a surprise…

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TY MARSHALL SELECTED 14TH IN THE WNBA DRAFT


Marshall is the leading scorer in Georgia Tech women’s basketball history

Georgia Tech senior Tyaunna Marshall was selected 14th overall by the New York Liberty in the second round of the 2014 WNBA Draft held today at the Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Conn. 246 more words

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