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3 Reasons Why You Should be Pumped for the Women’s World Cup

You don’t want to be that person who missed an iconic moment in this nation’s sports history, do you? Here’s all you need to know to get you ready for America’s conquest of the world, or at least the World Cup.

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Sports Link Wins Fifth Straight CSMA Outstanding Feature

The Sports Video Group (SVG) and the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) unveiled the winners of the Seventh Annual College Sports Media…

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NBA Finals Preview: You Can Have Lebron, I’ll Take Steph

Try to appreciate Lebron as a transcendent superstar while you watch him fail in the 2015 NBA Finals, while you watch young Steph Curry create his own legacy.

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Tanner’s Take: Students with Diabetes 2015

Written By: Tanner Barton | @Tan_Man_Barton Member of Ball State Men’s Swimming Spokesperson for Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Earlier this summer, I attend the Students…

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One of a Kind: What Bill Simmons Departure from ESPN Means for Sports Media

Well hello again my faithful Chirp City compatriots, I have returned from my hiatus to impart wisdom and mostly just opinion on the cold dark…

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#KDisOKC: I Debate Readers on Whether Durant Leaves the Thunder

The NBA Playoffs started Saturday, and promise to be as exciting as ever. But as an Oklahoma native and huge OKC Thunder fan, I can’t…

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ESPYs? How About The Chirpies?

Ball State held its inaugural student-athlete award show, The Chirpies, Monday night at Emens Auditorium to recognize accomplishments from the 2014 calendar year. Organized by…

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