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From the Virginia area, Elsio Rosario is one of the many promising writers at The Athletes Hub. With a bright future ahead of him, Elsio will continue to cover the latest updates within the college football and NFL world.

NFL

Breaking Down The 2018 Indianapolis Colts Draft Class

The 2018 NFL Draft has concluded, and many NFL dreams have been realized after years of hard work. Eleven of those dreams have come about through picks made by the Indianapolis Colts. The Colts came into the draft with multiple needs, but with an excellent player to build around in Andrew Luck. Round 1, Pick […]

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NBA

Dynasty Series: The Bill Russell Celtics

If you follow the NBA closely and know the history, you know of the dominant decade the Boston Celtics had through the 1950’s and 60’s. It is known one of the most dominant time periods for any team in the history of any and all sports. The team would go on to win 11 NBA […]

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NFL

How Tagging Bell May Emerge As Dangerous Game

For the second year in a row, Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell was a pending free agent after the team failed to give him a deal of enough value for his talents. The team placed a franchise tag on Bell, forcing him to stay in Pittsburgh, and in response, he initially skipped training camp. […]

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NFL

Johnson to Hit Free Agency, What Does the Future Hold?

It has recently been reported that the Kansas City Chiefs don’t plan on re-signing long-time star middle linebacker Derrick Johnson. The veteran has stated that he plans to play “several more years”. With that, he’ll be hitting the open market on March 14th. The decision makes sense for the Chiefs, as Johnson is up there […]

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NBA

LeBron James to Golden State? A Legacy Waiting to Be Tarnished

When you think of a “weak move” in the NBA, what first comes to mind? For most of us, it would be former Thunder small forward, Kevin Durant, departing to go to the Golden State Warriors, who beat him and his team the year before. For others, “The Decision” might still hold that place, LeBron’s […]

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NFL

The Case for Todd Gurley as MVP

With the regular season ending, and the playoffs just beginning, the MVP race is heating up. There are quarterbacks that fit the usual mold of the past few years, wide receiver Antonio Brown (prior to his injury), and you have Los Angeles Rams running back Todd Gurley. In my eyes, Tom Brady or Russell Wilson […]

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NFL

Why Cleveland Shouldn’t Draft a Quarterback in 2018

The NFL Draft season is arising, mocks are being released, and fans are debating about the upcoming prospects. The NCAAF bowl games will be the last chance for some college players to build upon their draft stock, but most believe the ranking order is somewhat concrete. Among that speculation, as always, is the hapless Cleveland […]

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NCAA

Auriemma Secures 1,000th Victory, Greatest NCAAW Coach of All Time?

With the UConn Lady Huskies win over Oklahoma’s Lady Sooners, Geno Auriemma has won his 1,000th game as a head coach, and has become the fastest coach to accomplish this feat. This is a historic accomplishment, as Auriemma now joins the great Pat Summitt, Tara VanDerveer, and Sylvia Hatchell (who also did it tonight) as […]

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College Football

Dynasty Series: Saban’s Crimson Tide

When you think of great college football programs your mind may head different directions. You have programs with great traditions, lots of Heisman winners, national championships. But there’s one program in particular that has been unstoppable for as long as we can remember, the Alabama Crimson Tide. It’s rare to see long term dynasties in […]

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College Football

Drama Runs Abound in Knoxville

The Tennessee Volunteers are coming off of their worst season in school history, going winless in their conference for the first time since joining the Southeastern Conference in 1933, and also recording their first ever eight-loss season. During the course of this season, head coach Butch Jones was let go after a demoralizing loss to […]

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