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As a current student at West Virginia, Luke Jobson is the lead soccer analyst with The Athletes Hub. With plenty of credentials, Luke has been with the site since July of 2017.

UFC

Breaking News: Jon Jones is back in UFC

Want to give the author direct feedback? Follow @lukejobson97 on Twitter for more insight. In addition, become a real fan and check out The Athletes Hub apparel.  It was first broken by Ariel Helwani on Twitter that the USADA was to make a decision on the future of UFC star Jon Jones. After he tested positive to Turinabol […]

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NBA

Boston needs to cut Jabari Bird if guilty of charges

Want to give the author direct feedback? Follow @lukejobson97 on Twitter for more insight. In addition, become a real fan and check out The Athletes Hub apparel.  Boston’s second year winger Jabari Bird was arrested on Friday night, facing charges of domestic assault due to an incident that took place in Brighton, Massachusetts. According to Kyle Boone from […]

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Wrestling

Does Roman Reigns Need The Shield?

Want to give the author direct feedback? Follow @lukejobson97 on Twitter for more insight. In addition, become a real fan and check out The Athletes Hub apparel.  It was a brilliant main event on Monday Night RAW, as Finn Balor got his rematch for the Universal Championship after more than two years in waiting against the defending champion […]

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NFL

Ohio State Proved That College Sports Are All About Glory

Ohio State University has come under serious fire with the way in which they handled the issue with football head coach, Urban Meyer. He, along with athletic director Gene Smith, have been suspended without pay for a period of time due to the fact that they mishandled the allegations against former assistant coach Zach Smith. […]

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Soccer

Not Doom and Gloom for Huddersfield…Yet

Want to give the author direct feedback? Follow @lukejobson97 on Twitter for more insight. In addition, become a real fan and check out The Athletes Hub apparel.  Huddersfield Town had the worst possible start to the season, both in terms of the draw and results. Coming up against a rejuvenated Chelsea, with a new manager and formation, it […]

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NFL

Top 10 Games of the 2017-18 NFL Season

It wasn’t long ago when we saw Nick Foles lead the Philadelphia Eagles past Tom Brady and the New England Patriots to their first NFL Championship in franchise history. With the regular season only a month away, and preseason games on the way, analysts with The Athletes Hub have teamed up to make a list of the […]

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UFC

Robert Whittaker Sidelined Until 2019

Australian UFC champion, Robert Whittaker, had surgery on his thumb after returning to Sydney from his split decision victory over Cuban Yoel Romero in Chicago last month. After reports, it looks like he will be out of action for longer than most initially thought. After breaking his thumb in the first round against Romero, Whittaker […]

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College Football

MSU’s 2015 Hero to the Air Force

Jalen Watts-Jackson was once upon a time, a hero for Michigan State. His fumble return against Michigan with just seconds left on October 17, 2015, will forever be in the minds and hearts of anyone with a link to the Spartans. Now, he has decided to forgo his final year of collegiate football to focus […]

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NBAOpinion Piece

The Brawl that set Philippines Basketball back years

For the record, I am Australian. The brawl that occurred a few days ago in a FIBA World Cup qualifier between Australia and Philippines is something that should never happen on any level of sport, let alone an international level. Both teams are responsible for their actions within this incident, and there should be multiple […]

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NBA

2014-18 Golden State Warriors Are Officially A Dynasty

The Golden State Warriors have officially become a dynasty within the NBA. It seems to be an unpopular opinion that most will not want to recognize, but it’s hard to deny that the Warriors have been anything less than dominant over the last four years. There have only been four organizations since the start of […]

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