Sports Archives December 2020

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Here’s an unoriginal thought: why not expand the College Football Playoff (CFP) to eight teams? I know, I know… this is very familiar territory for avid college football fans. But every year, it seems that one or two Power Five conference champions are left out of the playoff picture in orde…

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2020 has been far from a normal year for sports in this country. Beginning with the NBA shutdown in early March, the pandemic disrupted sporting competition in a nearly unprecedented manner. Both professional and collegiate athletes alike have been forced to grapple with COVID-19 and its hol…

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If you were scrolling through social media last week, you likely witnessed a lot of mixed opinions on Vanderbilt University student-athlete Sarah Fuller’s debut with the school’s football team.

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LMU men's soccer head coach Paul Krumpe, who has led the Lions for 23 successful years, is no stranger to keeping in step with the changing style of American soccer at the collegiate level. Prior to his steady position at LMU, he was an assistant coach at UCLA, which brings his experience le…

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This past week saw a return to action for both the men’s and women’s basketball programs. Although it may not have been the most ideal start, it was certainly an eventful week on the court for the Lions.

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