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Peyton Manning:The Greatest of All Time

Written and Media by Joe Hubbs         Joe Montana. Retired football quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers – 14 seasons – and the Kansas City Chiefs – 2 seasons. He started for the 49ers, won four Super Bowls, and became the only player to ever be a three-time Super Bowl MVP. As of the year 2000 he is a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He was best known for staying calm during ...

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NBA Outlook: Who are the Front Runners?

Written by Jesse Spraggon. Media by Matt Miller   With the NBA season a week in the books, it’s hard to tell who is going to hoist the Larry O’Brien Trophy at the end of the year. Although the season has barely begun, there are promising signs for some teams, and bad omens for others. One team that has played surprisingly well is the Miami Heat. Many people thought losing LeBron James was going to send ...

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Five is Nice for GC Volleyball

Written by Brian Ehresman. Media by Matt Miller. A few weeks ago, after rolling through the first 12 matches of conference play with an undefeated record, the Greenville College Women’s Volleyball team hit a bump in the road against Westminster College, losing in three straight sets. The Panthers’ conference championship hopes were in a little bit of doubt. However, GC let that adversity push them forward, ...

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Battaglia, Silva, Take Player of the Week Honors as Panthers Rock Tigers for Homecoming Crowd

Written & Media by Joe Hubbs On senior day, in front of a large homecoming crowd, the Panthers, triggered by a Joey Silva interception late in the second half, beat Iowa Wesleyan 52-32. The last home game of the year, the Panthers put up their second highest scoring contest of the season.   A homecoming crowd adds a little more excitement to inspire a football team, but despite the added stadium en ...

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Alumni Game Marks Timeline of Community for GC Football

Written and Media by Joseph Hubbs. The alumni game is a college and high school tradition in which older players come back and compete in an exhibition game for their alma mater. For Greenville College, an institution that places high value on community, this game is much more special because it allows past leaders of the school to bond with current and blossoming athletes as one large community timeline. T ...

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Wild Postseason Ends with Showdown of Wild Cards

Written & Media by Joe Hubbs When the postseason schedule was put together at the beginning of October, two slots remained TBD. Those slots were the AL and NL Wild Card spots in the playoffs.  In 2012 the MLB implemented a new rule in which two wild card teams in each league would compete in a one game playoff to see who continued into the postseason. Both the Royals and the Giants won their respective ...

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Ray Rice, the NFL, and Domestic Violence

Written by Andrea Martin. Media by Matt Miller In the wake of NFL player Ray Rice being cut by the Baltimore Ravens and indefinitely suspended by the NFL, awareness for domestic violence and its roots and causes have jumped ten fold. Last February, news broke that Rice had struck his fiancée, Jamay Palmer, in an elevator, rendering her unconscious. Caught on camera, Rice was shown dragging Palmer’s body out ...

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After Exciting Division Round, the ALCS and NLCS are Upon Us

Written & Media by Joe Hubbs With the Divisional Series concluded, four teams now fight in the League Championship Series for a chance to play in the Fall Classic. The Giants, Cardinals, Royals and Orioles all have their eyes locked on a shiny Commissioner’s Trophy, which will be the last one Bud Selig gives out. Thus far, the playoff excitement is enough to draw in not just the attention of loyal fans ...

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Panther Volleyball “Scary Good” as October Begins

Written by Brian Ehresman. Media by Deloy Cole. Featured image source: Danielle Photography. The Greenville College Women’s Volleyball team has had its fair share of close, hard-fought, and stressful matches in 2014. This past week, the Lady Panthers seemingly switched their season genre from a drama for Greenville fans to a horror film for the rest of the SLIAC volleyball programs. Clicking on all cylinder ...

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Despite Penalties, Panthers Top Martin Luther 23-14

Written by Joe Hubbs. Media by Matt Miller. A run heavy game in which neither team could avoid mistakes, the Panthers came back in the fourth quarter on Saturday Sept. 27 to beat the Knights 23-14. The Panthers received to start the game and put together a quick nine play drive for 66 yards ending with a Nathan Callaway one-yard touchdown run. Neither team would score again until the second quarter when Sam ...

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