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Atlanta Braves, MLB

John Coppolella – Public Enemy No. 1

PSA: All I am is a frustrated Atlanta Braves fan voicing my utter disappointment in the Braves and the late General Manager, John Coppolella. With that being said, here’s my take on how the Braves franchise has fallen apart over the last 10 seasons. Also I’m sorry if the next four lines you’re about to… Continue reading John Coppolella – Public Enemy No. 1

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Atlanta Falcons, Detroit Lions, NFL

The Battle of the Unbeatens

Sunday’s matchup between the Atlanta Falcons and the Detroit Lions is the only week-three matchup where both teams remain unbeaten. Coming off a historic summer, where he signed the largest contract extension in NFL history, Matthew Stafford has the Lions off to their first 2-0 start since 2011. For Matt Ryan and the Falcons, this… Continue reading The Battle of the Unbeatens

Atlanta Falcons, NFL

Falcons Pick Up Key Victory Over Packers

The Atlanta Falcons’ high-octane offense and stingy defense, led by Desmond Trufant’s interception and fumble recovery for a touchdown, helped the team improve to 2-0 on the season with a 34-23 win over the Green Bay Packers. The Falcons are now 3-0 against the Packers over the last 12 months. The Falcons are just the… Continue reading Falcons Pick Up Key Victory Over Packers

Atlanta Falcons

Matt Ryan Should Be On All Preseason MVP Lists

My intention was to just post a comment to Elliot Harrison's article on my Facebook page, but as I dug deeper into my argument against his reasoning not to list Matt Ryan as a potential MVP for next season I realized my comment was too long for a Facebook post. So here it is: in… Continue reading Matt Ryan Should Be On All Preseason MVP Lists

Buford High School, High School Football, John Ford, Roswell High School

Head Coach John Ford – Rediscovering Roswell High School’s Football Powerhouse

High school football is one of the most competitive environments in the nation with the state of Georgia producing some of the best high school football this country has to offer. In the suburbs of Atlanta rests the city of Roswell, a family-friendly suburb with plenty to offer. And one thing Roswell has is powerhouse… Continue reading Head Coach John Ford – Rediscovering Roswell High School’s Football Powerhouse

Atlanta Hawks

Schroder helps Hawks end seven-game skid

Between the Atlanta Hawks (37-36) and the Phoenix Suns (22-52), the two teams had combined for a 15-game losing streak entering tonight’s matchup. Led by Dennis Schroder's 27 points, the Hawks were able to snap their seven-game losing streak and find themselves back in the win column, knocking off the Suns 95-91, extending the Suns’ losing streak to… Continue reading Schroder helps Hawks end seven-game skid

High School Football

Zay Brown Commits to South Carolina

Clarke Central High School, in Athens, Georgia, has been known to produce some great football talent year-in and year-out and this year with the help of Zay Brown, University of South Carolina commit, they did not disappoint. “The coaching staff (at USC), the players, the comfort, the distance from my mom and my step-dad… was… Continue reading Zay Brown Commits to South Carolina

High School Football, North Oconee High School

North Oconee’s football program looks for new ways after 0-10 season

It was time for change in the football program at North Oconee High School after a rare winless season. The winless season led to the retirement of former head coach, Terry Tuley, who had spent the last 11 seasons as the Titans head coach. Tuley posted an 84-40 record with the Titans. In order to… Continue reading North Oconee’s football program looks for new ways after 0-10 season

UNC Pembroke

UNCP’s football team opens up spring ball with key absences

UNC Pembroke began spring practice last Thursday for a football team that is coming off the best season in program history. Last year marked a lot of firsts for the Braves as they achieved their first ever 10-win season as well as their first NCAA playoff victory. Coming off a record-breaking 10–2 season, the Braves… Continue reading UNCP’s football team opens up spring ball with key absences

UNC Pembroke

UNCP’s 24th ranked basketball team’s season comes to an end

The 24th ranked UNC Pembroke men’s basketball team’s season came to an end March, 11 as they fell to Limestone 100–85 in the first round of the Division II playoffs. The Braves started off slow as they quickly found themselves down, but managed to fuel a run and take an early lead in the second half.… Continue reading UNCP’s 24th ranked basketball team’s season comes to an end