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Steroid talk in baseball needs to stop

The Major League Baseball season is officially underway.  Spring training has begun and teams are tuning up for the grueling 162 game schedule. With all the excitement for the season to begin, the media and public are still talking steroids. Specifically, about the news of…

One-on-One: Who is America’s greatest athlete today?

Shaun White Red, white and blue are the four words that sum up America. Red is for the bloodshed we have had to suffer through to become the greatest country in the world. Blue is the color of the collars that make America tick. And…

D.J.s Live Blog – Bradley vs. Drexel

Greetings and salutations from Carver Arena, where we are 10 minutes from the tip off of tonight’s BracketBuster game between Bradley and Drexel.  Already some big news stirring here, as I just received word the the Braves will be without sophomore Taylor Brown, who is…

Bradley downs 18th ranked UNI in conference play

For first time in the history of Carver Arena, the Bradley Braves gave the student body a reason to storm the court.  The college tradition of showing school pride after knocking off a ranked opponent on your floor had proved elusive for the Braves since…

Baseball offseason is worth following

There is something about sports that draws in the average fan. Whether it’s the big hits in football or the highflying dunks in basketball, everyone is a fan in some way. Maybe you are the casual observer who watches when your team is on TV.…

One-on-One: Should 2014 have four first ballot Hall of Famers?

Yes As long as Nostradamus and the Mayans prove to be wrong, we may see the greatest Hall of Fame class in baseball history since the institution’s inception. Now that Tom Glavine and Frank Thomas have formally retired, they join Jeff Kent and Greg Maddux…

Fantasy baseball advice: Who to draft in the early rounds?

The sizzle of baseball followed closely by the smack of the ball-on-leather contact signals the end of many dreary parts of winter. Snow is disappearing, the sun is returning and most importantly, baseball is back. If you’re anything like me, and I hope you’re not,…

D.J.s Live Blog – Bradley vs. No. 18 UNI

Hello from Carver.  It’s T-Minus 20 minutes to the tip-off of today’s game between Bradley and No. 18 Northern Iowa. No white-outs, black-outs, red-outs, green-outs or beige-outs today, the focus is simply on trying to contain the two-headed monster that is UNI’s inside game and…

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