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Florida State University

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    October 21, 2013

    Tim Tebow and 3 More Reasons Missouri Sports are So Hot Right Now

    Live in St. Louis? Don't like sports? Still want to have a social life? Here's why everyone in town has athletics on the brain lately: 1. Rams: After the St. Louis Rams lost the game and their quarterback to an injury Sunday, the NFL Network says the team could be eyeing Tim Tebow, also a Heisman T ... More >>

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    December 6, 2012
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    November 22, 2012
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    October 5, 2012

    The Final Chapter in the University of Missouri Press Saga

    Remember how the University of Missouri Press decided to "modernize" itself last spring by laying off the entire staff and replacing it with a group of grad students led by an English professor? Well, to hell with that. Maybe the Press wasn't so broken after all. Well, OK, maybe the threats of lega ... More >>

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    June 29, 2012

    Fun With Park Factors! (And College Draftees)

    I still haven't gotten my shit together enough (or found the multiple hours necessary), to complete the last part of my draft report for the Cardinals this year. I feel very bad about this state of affairs; I just thought you should all know. However, despite my inability to get the larger piec ... More >>

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    June 26, 2012

    Cardinals Reportedly Come to (Insane) Terms with James Ramsey

    I've said before, talking about the Cardinals' draft picks this year, that I initially hated what they did. I didn't like the players that well, I didn't like what I saw as the overly-risk-averse nature of the strategy, and I hated that they seemed bound and determined to load up on limited upside m ... More >>

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    June 22, 2012

    Cardinals' 2012 Draft Report, Part Two

    I wrote on Wednesday about the first day of the Cards' 2012 draft, consisting of the first and supplemental rounds. They had five picks in the first 59 overall; the kind of haul that can make a farm system for a very long time. And what did the Cardinals accomplish with that windfall? 

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    June 19, 2012

    The Cardinals Draft Report, Part One

    It's been right about two weeks since the 2012 edition of the MLB First-Year Player Draft; the Cardinals have had time to come to terms with the majority of their selected players already. It was a remarkably interesting draft for the Redbirds, and one I've had kind of a tough time getting my head w ... More >>

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    February 2, 2012

    The Tiger Offense Gets a Huge Boost On the Recruiting Trail

    ​Yesterday was national signing day, the day when thousands of high school football players put their names to paper and signed letters of intent to universities across the country. Alabama, somewhat unsurprisingly, came away with what most analysts believe to be the best recruiting class ove ... More >>

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    January 23, 2012

    Tigers a Top Two Team? Totally!

    ​Number five Missouri beats number three Baylor, 89-88. Number four Duke loses to Florida State. Number one Syracuse loses to Notre Dame. Number two Kentucky pulls out a victory over an unranked Alabama team. All those things happened on Saturday, and if you're keeping score at ... More >>

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    June 16, 2011

    Cardinals' Pitching Prospect Update

    I considered going with the Timbuk 3 song -- you know the one, about the shades? -- but decided to go in a different direction. ​The present is looking a little bleak for the Redbirds at the moment. Five losses in a row, badly outplayed by the Washington Nationals, shut out by Livan Hernandez, bul ... More >>

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    April 30, 2011

    Day Two of The Rams' Draft Offers Surprises Galore

    It was either this or a picture of Pussy Galore. I stand by my decision. ​First things first: Surprises Galore is the worst Bond Girl name ever. You know it, I know it, the American people know it. So don't be afraid to say so. Anyhow, rounds two and three of the NFL have come and gone, and t ... More >>

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    April 6, 2011

    Interview: The Wash U Stereotypes, Best A Cappella Group in the Midwest

    Jae ChoeStereotypes singing an arrangement of "Holding Out for a Hero" by Bonnie Tyler.​Thanks to Glee, singing groups are getting a lot more attention these days. However, a lot of St. Louisans might not realize the singing talent right under our noses -- Washington University alone is home t ... More >>

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    June 18, 2010

    A Seriously Comprehensive Draft Review, Part 2

    In part one, I took a look at the first five rounds of the Cards' draft, as well as the overall breakdown of player by type. This time I'll cover the middlish rounds of the draft, 6-20, and then next time tease out any interesting players who happened to be picked up in the late rounds. ​Afte ... More >>

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    March 17, 2010

    Screw March Madness, Illinois State University Already Has a Circus

    Besides its wealth of political scandals and the appearance of its former governor on a TV reality show. Illinois has yet another reason to be proud of itself: Illinois State University in Bloomington-Normal is the home of Gamma Phi Circus, the nation's older collegiate circus. (There's only one oth ... More >>

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    April 1, 2009

    Money Makes Us Happy (No, Literally)

    Thinking about money tends to depress me, mostly because the gap between my salary and my outstanding student loans is so distressingly wide. But now our friends at the New Scientist have published some astounding new research that suggests that if I fondled a dollar bill for a couple of minutes, I ... More >>

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    April 24, 2008

    And the Top Five Baseball Draft Picks Will Be...

    With the NFL Draft coming up this weekend, and all the surprises seemingly gone from the top teams, let's look ahead to baseball. But first, on the Cardinals game last night: I'll sum up last night's game very succinctly. The offense jumped on Ian Snell early, and then went to sleep. Anthony Reye ... More >>

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    April 24, 2008

    And the Top Five Baseball Draft Picks Will Be...

    With the NFL Draft coming up this weekend, and all the surprises seemingly gone from the top teams, let's look ahead to baseball. But first, on the Cardinals game last night: I'll sum up last night's game very succinctly. The offense jumped on Ian Snell early, and then went to sleep. Anthony Reye ... More >>

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