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Located in the Alabama area, Chris Wood has covered multiple topics with The Athletes Hub. Having debuted in July of 2017, Chris specializes in covering college sports primarily.

NBA

Time for Cleveland to Enter “Panic Mode”?

This season for Cleveland has been an inconsistent one to say the least, as LeBron James and company are unraveling before our very eyes. With a serious injury to Kevin Love underway, is this a Cavaliers squad that should be concerned about the home stretch of the 2017-18 NBA season? In my eyes, Cleveland should […]

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NFLOther Sports

A Possible Revival of the XFL?

It has been sixteen years since an XFL Football game took place. Even then, the league was more like a Clint Eastwood movie: The good, the bad, and the ugly. In this case, there was a lot more bad and ugly, rather than good, as far as TV ratings are concerned. Even back then, NHL […]

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NHLOther Sports

The Possible NHL Realignment Plan for 2020

The Vegas Golden Knights have been a smashing success so far. Now, there’s a possibility of the NHL expanding again, to 32 teams this time. There are about 3 contenders competing for the latest expansion derby. The cities that want an NHL team are: Seattle, Washington Houston, Texas, and Quebec City, Quebec. Seattle has the […]

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Latest on NHL Potential Relocation

As reported, there are three teams (potentially a fourth team) that currently have arena issues at the moment. Those teams happen to be the Arizona Coyotes, Ottawa Senators, Calgary Flames, and New York Islanders. These teams are either on the verge of moving to another city, or seeking a new building they don’t deserve. Remember, […]

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NHL

The Latest On a Potential NHL Expansion

The rising early success of the Vegas Golden Knights has done wonders for the National Hockey League. If the team can make the playoffs within its first year, it would be one of the most successful starts to a franchise in pro sports history. On the contrary, the Golden Knights have used five goalies already, and […]

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College FootballNCAAOther Sports

Malzahn Safe for Now, Future Status Remains Unknown

The recent win for the Auburn Tigers against Georgia helped Gus Malzahn in tremendous fashion, as his job status appears safe at the moment. However, the head coach will be forced to undergo the annual Iron Bowl against Alabama in less than two weeks from now. This game may be the defining moment for Malzahn, […]

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College FootballNCAA

The Unexpected Changes in Gator Country

Well Gator fans, somebody should have told you so. Jim McElwain is out as the Gators football coach as of this past Sunday, after a staggering 42-7 loss to the still undefeated Georgia Bulldogs, who now sit as the #1 team in the nation. The Gators have gone onto a different direction, at least for […]

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NFL

Ben McAdoo Remains on Hot Seat

The New York Giants, who now sit at 1-5, have managed to secure their first victory of the 2017 campaign this past week in a 23-10 win against the Denver Broncos. Head Coach Ben McAdoo has had to overcome issues within his roster, including the recent brief suspension of cornerback Dominique Rogers-Cromatie. Due to poor […]

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NFL

Time for a Rebuild in Indianapolis?

After a multitude of disappointing seasons, the Chuck Pagano/Andrew Luck era could very well be coming to an end in the near future for the Indianapolis Colts. It really is a shame, as I believe this is a franchise that deserves a championship. Not all has been poor in Indianapolis, but the execution factor doesn’t […]

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NBA

Will Carmelo Take Off to Houston?

The NBA regular season is not far away from its starting point, however, there is the ongoing drama involving New York Knicks superstar Carmelo Anthony. Rumors over the last handful of months have made it distinctly clear that the small forward has a desire to be shipped to the Houston Rockets. Why exactly? With the […]

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