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Biological Male Wins NCAA Women’s Track Championship

A biological male who identifies as a transgender woman won an NCAA national championship over Memorial Day weekend. Franklin Pierce University runner CeCe Telfer won the DII women’s 400-meter hurdles on Saturday night, besting the second-place finisher by more than a second. “Telfer is the first student-athlete in Franklin Pierce history to collect an individual national title,” the university announced. ...

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San Diego State Aztecs Keep Nickname by Barely Beating Back Forced Diversity Fascists

Perhaps one of the most stupid and futile projects undertaken by the unhinged left has been the crusade to bully professional and college sports teams into changing their nicknames if they don’t pass muster with the forced diversity fascists. The more ridiculous efforts have focused on the NFL’s Washington Redskins which during the waning years of the existential hell of ...

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Gonzaga and North Carolina to Meet for NCAA Basketball Title

After three grueling weeks, the NCAA men’s basketball tournament has produced the two teams who will duel for the title. Saturday’s semifinal contests were both close affairs in which the Gonzaga Bulldogs and North Carolina Tar Heels struggled to put away their pesky upstart foes. Gonzaga took the early game against the surprising South Carolina Gamecocks 77-73 after nearly blowing ...

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BRACKETBUSTER! Down Goes Villanova

The NCAA men’s college basketball tournament has been relatively quiet up until now in terms of upsets but that just changed on Saturday afternoon. Reigning champion Villanova was taken down by a relentless Wisconsin Badgers team in a defeat that has devastated brackets from sea to shining sea. It was a bad omen for the now deposed champs after power ...

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NCAA Decimates Penn State Football, But is it Justified?

A day after Penn State removed its statue of legendary football coach Joe Paterno, the NCAA brought crippling sanctions against Penn State’s football program. The NCAA fined the program $60 million, a sum equivalent to the annual gross revenue of the football program, which must be given as endowments to programs preventing child sex abuse. The NCAA also banned Penn ...

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Penn State: A Season in Purgatory

On Saturday, September 8th, the University of Virginia has a once–in–a–lifetime opportunity to demonstrate how an institution obeys the same honor code that governs its students. The Cavaliers can prove to the world that UVA’s honor code is more than mere words when they refuse to play their football game against Penn State. But wait, you say, that would be ...

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Sioux Me

Don’t you get tired of thin skinned cry babies? Once again there is a big flap about the offensiveness of a certain Indian mascot. But this time, it is not the Indians, excuse me, Native Americans, who are offended. Instead, the group offended is the NCAA and are demanding the University of Dakota get rid of their 81 year old ...

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