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At 55, Joe Thomas Sr. Becomes Oldest Person To Play In Division I College Football Game

November 20, 20160

Joe Thomas Sr. paid his dues on the scout team, and because of that, his dream came true. The 55-year-old South Carolina State running back carried the ball for a
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55-Year-Old Making Valiant Run To Hit Division I College Football Field

November 17, 20160

Joe Thomas Sr. is 55 years old and he’s on South Carolina State’s practice squad trying to make college football history. This from David Gardner at Campus Rush: Midway through
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The Pre-Dental Student Who Turned Into The Florida Gators’ Placekicker

October 31, 20150

Imagine this: One day you’re a pre-dental student. The next, you’re a kicker on the Florida Gators’ football team. That’s the case for Neil MacInnes, who is a materials science
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Calling Audibles Podcast: The Life & Impact of Lauren Hill

April 22, 20150

For this, my very first podcast episode of Calling Audibles Radio, I took the show’s title literally. Originally, I was going to air an interview with former NHL standout goaltender,
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College Basketball’s Lauren Hill Dies, Leaves Mark On The World

April 10, 20150

There’s a difference between giving up and letting go. One retains integrity and the other doesn’t. Giving up is synonymous with “I don’t care” while letting go is synonymous with
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Lauren Hill Ends Basketball Career, Becomes Honorary Mount St. Joseph’s Coach

December 17, 20141

Lauren Hill’s college basketball career has officially come to an end. The Mount St. Joseph’s freshman star retired her No. 22 jersey after scoring five baskets in four games, and
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Isaiah Lamb Focuses On Basketball Future, Finding Ways To Help Others

December 8, 20140

  By Steve Coulter To escape the streets of Baltimore, Dulaney High School senior Isaiah Lamb knows he needs to keep his concentration airtight. His focus persistent on the game
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Michigan’s Austin Hatch Gets First College Points After Surviving Two Plane Crashes, Losing His Family

November 11, 20141

This is a story that goes way beyond the basketball court. In fact, it begins 20,000+ feet in the air. In 2003, Austin Hatch was in a plane crash that
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Born Addicted To Drugs, Army Basketball Player Can Thank His Fathers For Raising Him

November 11, 20140

You can’t get away without reading this Sports Illustrated story, particularly on Veteran’s Day. Army point guard Max Lenox was born addicted to cocaine. Lucky for him, his birth mother
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LeBron James, Devon Still Show Support for Lauren Hill and Her Courage to Play

November 3, 20140

Mount St. Joseph freshman Lauren Hill played in her first and final college basketball game on Sunday in front of a 10,000+ crowd. That’s not even counting all the people
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Dying Basketball Player Lauren Hill Scores Layup in Her First and Final College Game

November 2, 20141

Mount St. Joseph basketball player Lauren Hill is playing in her final basketball game this afternoon. She’s not a senior, nor is she voluntarily giving up the sport she loves.
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March Madness: Michigan State’s Adreian Payne Develops Unlikely Bond With 8-Year-Old Cancer Patient

March 26, 20140

When No. 4 ranked Michigan State squares off against No. 1 ranked Virginia on Friday night at nearly 10:00 p.m., one 8-year-old little girl is guaranteed to be allowed to
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