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Fighting Peaches: @Georgia Statembb Ron Hunter interview 2.9.17 #gsupanthers

The Sports Inquirer spoke with Georgia State men’s basketball head coach Ron Hunter for an exclusive interview before his team’s practice on Feb. 9.
Topics included the Panthers’ eight-game winning streak, team defense, play of seniors… 37 more words

Fighting Peaches: Georgia State men's basketball coach Ron Hunter post-game presser 1.21.17

The Sports Inquirer attended the post-game presser of Georgia State men’s basketball head coach Ron Hunter following his team’s 76-56 Sun Belt Conference home win over Coastal Carolina on Jan. 16 more words

Josh Hart, No. 3 Villanova escape No. 15 Purdue

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – No. 15 Purdue kept making No. 3 Villanova hold its breath Monday night.

Josh Hart made sure the Wildcats followed the same old beat. 798 more words


Georgia State Sets & Actions for RJ Hunter

Georgia State Sets & Actions for RJ Hunter by Max Sass

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Part 2 of Q&A with Georgia State's Ron Hunter

Georgia State men’s basketball coach Ron Hunter took a few minutes on Thursday to recap his team’s summer workouts.

The Panthers went 16-14 last season, 9-11 in the Sun Belt Conference. 867 more words

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Take a tour of the new Georgia State practice center

Georgia State’s basketball and volleyball practice complex is complete and ready for use.

The court was constructed in the Aquatic Center next to the GSU Sports Arena. 506 more words

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A big comeback for Little Rock, 85-83 over Purdue in 2OT

DENVER (AP) — All looked lost for Little Rock. An underappreciated but no-longer-unknown guard named Josh Hagins wasn’t quite done playing.

Celebrating his 22nd birthday, the 6-foot-1 senior made a 3-pointer from the edge of the half-court logo to send the game into overtime, a high looper off glass to send it into double-overtime, then kept right on scoring — 31 points in all — until his team had beaten Purdue 85-83 and grabbed a spot in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. 1,076 more words

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