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Why the diversity of Team USA matters

At the Olympic Games, races are won, goals are scored, world records are broken (even shattered, in some cases) and medals are lifted skyward.

Yes, the Olympics are first and foremost a sporting competition. 1,252 more words


Titus Failauga

College football starts in just a few weeks. Here’s a photo I took for the AP last year that was used by the Oregonian recently for a story about Oregon State’s Titus Failauga. 46 more words


WSU Football Players Allegedly Left A Student With A Broken Jaw During This Wild House Party Brawl

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The college football season is still over a month away, but some members of the Washington State football team couldn’t wait for the TV cameras to roll to start making headlines. 318 more words


WATCH: WSU Football Players Caught Fighting On Snapchat Video

More than six Washington State University football players were recorded on a Snapchat video getting into an off-campus house party fight last Friday night. A senior at the school, Alex Rodriguez, was left with a broken jaw. 290 more words


Sully Baseball Podcast Rewind - July 5, 2015

On July 5, 2015, I answered a Sunday Request from an Instagram Follower.

I went to each home of the San Francisco Giants, all three of them. 22 more words

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McKay Boys Basketball Wrapping Up Summer Season

By Jeremy McDonald


SALEM, Ore.–  It was a summer of ups and downs for the McKay Boys Basketball team.

And despite finishing exactly .500 in summer league after starting 5-1, Head Coach Dean Sanderson is pleased with how his team has showcased their talent during the summer training season. 450 more words


Toronto Blue Jays select Calgary product Clayton Keyes in 17th round of MLB draft

Clayton Keyes will now have a choice to make.

And it likely won’t be an easy one.

The homegrown, Bishop Carroll High School, Okotoks Dawgs Academy product had already set in motion plans to attend school in one of two places — Washington State University, alma mater of John Olerud, or Central Arizona, a junior college — but the Toronto Blue Jays lobbed a massive wrench into that strategy when they selected Keyes in the 17th round (522nd overall) on the third day of the 2016 Major League Baseball Draft. 167 more words