Category Archives: Sports Columns

Scott Burrell Reminisces Through “The Last Dance”


Hunter O. Lyle – Sports Editor In a world without sports, many fanatics find themselves trapped inside, watching old clips of their favorite players, day dreaming about when they could tune in at night to watch games live. This brings a whole new meaning to seasonal depression.   However, while times may seem dreary for sports fans now, ESPN is filling that void with a long-anticipated documentary,

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James nears the cusp of NBA history yet again


Hunter O. Lyle – Sports Editor Throughout the 74 years the NBA has been around, there have been certain records set that were thought to be untouchable. However, as the sport evolves into the modern game it is today, breaking some of those records are looking more and more achievable.   Wilt Chamberlain’s 100 points in a single game, set in 1962. Bill Russell’s

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What’s on Tap: Bouknight’s Decisions Could Lead UConn Back to the Top


Sam Tapper – Sports Writer After his first year at UConn, guard James Bouknight proved he will earn a spot on an NBA roster at some point in his life. After declaring he will indeed be back at UConn next season, the question becomes: when he will decide to depart and enter his name in the NBA draft?  Bouknight showed his potential almost from the start. With his debut in the Charleston Classic

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Winter break does not stop SCSU sports


Hunter O. Lyle – Sports Editor As we look ahead to the upcoming semester, we cannot forget the six weeks of Southern sports that occurred over break. Here’s what you might have missed: Men’s Basketball: The men’s basketball team played seven games against seven different NE10 opponents between the end of the fall semester and the start of the spring and

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