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Nathan’s Notations: It’s better to be right than first

Recently I’ve been thinking a lot of about Twitter and social media and how it affects the way we take in information. What got me thinking about this was the events on Monday at the Boston Marathon. Almost immediately after the bombs had gone off, my timeline was flooded with tweets about what had happened. […]

Throughout my years as a columnist, I’ve written a few columns on what makes sports great. One of the biggest things, though, isn’t about the game. A lot of fans focus on wins and losses and what their team did last week. Every once in a while, it is nice to be reminded that there […]

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For years, the Weber State University men’s basketball team has been one of the top teams in the Big Sky Conference. Despite not making it to the NCAA Tournament this year, the Wildcats have had a successful season and made it to the CollegeInsider.com championship. In my column today, I’d like to look ahead at […]

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Weber State University is now in the third round of the CollegeInsider.com Tournament. Some see it as a small, unimportant tournament, but for WSU, it matters. When it was announced a few weeks ago that the Wildcats would once again be playing in the CIT, some took to Twitter to complain about the Wildcats being […]

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There was a time when great nicknames dominated sports. There was “Sweetness,” “Magic,” “The Mailman,” but now it seems those days are gone. Now nicknames have devolved into taking the first letter of their first name and the first few letters of their last name and combining them. We’re stuck with “A-Rod,” “D-Will,” “D-Fav.” Today’s […]

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The most important game of the year for the Weber State University men’s basketball team might not even involve the Wildcats. Next week, the University of Montana will take on Montana State University in Bozeman, Mont. Before they play the Bobcats, the Grizzlies will take on Southern Utah University. Both games are on the road, […]

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