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Georgia State's R.J. Hunter finalist for national award

Release from Georgia State Athletics:

Georgia State junior R.J. Hunter has been named a finalist for the Lou Henson Award as announced by CollegeInsider.com earlier this week. 295 more words

College Basketball

The NCAA Tournament Brings Jubilation!

This is the best time of the year within the sports realm, everybody and everyone has a dream about having a perfect bracket (Good luck on ever achieving that). 281 more words

Season 5

You Must Hear Ron Hunter's (Georgia State's Coach) Post-Game Press Conference

As I mentioned last week, Georgia State is my oldest son’s alma mater – so I was paying special attention to them after they beat Baylor in the opening round. 90 more words

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The most meme-able coach in college is working the Sweet 16 in studio

According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Georgia State head coach Ron Hunter will be in studio with Ernie Johnson, Steve Smith, and Seth Davis in the studio starting at 6:00 p.m. 80 more words

College Basketball

Georgia State coach Ron Hunter is coming back to March Madness as a guest TV analyst

After a tearful exit from March Madness, Georgia State coach Ron Hunter is coming back to the NCAA tournament — at least on television.

Georgia State coach Ron Hunter is going to be a guest analyst this weekend on CBS, TNT and TBS.

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Watch The Best High-Flying Moments Of The Tournament So Far

The Big Dance is about moments.

While those which most capture the country’s imagination is the pageantry and emotion of March, the best teams and players performing on the same stage lends itself to a plethora basketball highlights that enrapture the game’s true fans, too.  420 more words

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New reality at Georgia State: What Ron Hunter wants, he gets

Nobody can be certain that Georgia State will be able to keep basketball coach Ron Hunter. As Charlie Cobb, the school’s athletic director, told me Tuesday, “He’s got to have a list of five or six schools that are no-brainers for him. 782 more words

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