Carv(er)ing It Up Out There

He toes the rubber. 60 feet 6 inches from home plate, Ken Burke squats down, waiting to catch the heat Adam Carver (‘21) is about to let loose. Carver takes a look, reads Ken’s signs—2 outs, 2 strikes—he unleashes an absolute beauty of a slider. Strike 3! He turns to the opposing team’s dugout, “You like that?” he kindly asks them, tipping his hat to them and revealing his fresh new mullet.

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It's Time to Start Talking About the Iowa Hawkeyes

A snowy day in the greatest college town in America failed to cool off one of the hottest teams in college basketball. The Iowa Hawkeyes (17-5, 6-5 conference) stifled the Big Ten’s top team, Michigan (20-2, 9-2 conference), 74-59. The Hawkeyes, a mid-tier team in the Big Ten, finally got over the hump and claimed the signature win they had been after all year.

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The Good, the Bad, and the Petty

Lebrrrooooooooooooooooonnnn James. The greatest player on the planet showed the world how good he can be by putting together one of the most impressive single performances on a basketball court in recent memory. On the eighteenth night of November the G.O.A.T. returned to Miami where he had yet to seize a victory since he left the Heat four years ago. That would change very soon.

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The Good, the Bad, and the Petty: Week One

The NBA is like other sports in a lot of ways, but very different in one: the NBA is the pettiest league that has been or ever will be. By petty I mean excessive sub-tweeting, passive aggressive Instagram post-liking, and just doing Joel Embiid things. This column for the rest of the NBA season will keep you updated with the Good, the Bad, and the Petty of the NBA season.

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