Football

A Traveler’s Tale

October 19, 2012 Johnny Avery Gipson 0

Keeping Georgia State’s diverse demographics in mind, it’s no surprise that one of the football team’s most distinguished members is an Italian of Ghanaian descent. Harrison Clottey, a 6-foot 5-inch, 300-pound offensive lineman, was stepping […]

Football

EPIC FAIL (1-6)

October 16, 2012 Ismael Suarez 1

  1. Offensive ineffectiveness So far in the season, it has been difficult for the Panthers to score. They have only scored 112 points and have a total rushing yardage of 853 yards in seven games. Running […]

Columns

Kill the hype!

October 9, 2012 Hunter Bishop 0

You know what my least favorite thing about sports is? Hype. I mean, seriously. We take these games, hype them up to disproportionately high levels, and then act surprised when they don’t live up to […]

Soccer

Do you hear that?

October 9, 2012 Rhett Lewis 0

“If I don’t want to hear what you say, I can turn you off.  And I can sleep really well.” Georgia State’s junior goalkeeper Rebecca Toler was born with a hearing disability that wasn’t diagnosed […]

Sports

Leading the way

October 9, 2012 Ismael Suarez 0

The 2012 NCA College Nationals and the team’s future The cheerleading team made its best appearance last semester at the NCA Nationals as they came in second place, two-tenths of a second after Central Arkansas.

Sports

Striking Gold

October 2, 2012 Nora Donnelly 0

  In June of this year, Georgia State received a number one mid-major recruiting class ranking through TennisRecruiting.net thanks to two new freshman recruits, Natallia Vavulina and Linn Timmermann.

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