Hartford Hawks

7th AEAST D-I | 9-23
  • Field Goal %
    334th
    40.2 FG%
  • 3-point %
    239th
    33.8 3P%
  • Points Scored
    299th
    2136 Pts
  • Total Rebounds
    313th
    32.7 RPG
  • The Browns' best player makes it clear why Cleveland didn't want Colin Kaepernick
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    The Browns' best player makes it clear why Cleveland didn't want Colin Kaepernick

    The Browns have needed a good quarterback for … oh, just since they returned to Cleveland in 1999. They settled for Brock Osweiler this offseason in a stunning trade, and maybe he will be the answer for them that he wasn’t for the Texans. In the process, though, the Browns made pretty clear that they weren’t interested in Colin Kaepernick, the 29-year-old who led the 49ers to the Super Bowl all of four years ago and has put up better numbers than Osweiler almost across the board. Why did they resist the free agent? Let Joe Thomas, the Browns’ 10-year Pro Bowl left tackle and team captain, explain: Now, Thomas’ point ignores two important truths: Kaepernick has been very good as a starter in the

  • LaVar Ball Crying Jordan memes and trolling surface after UCLA's loss to Kentucky
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    LaVar Ball Crying Jordan memes and trolling surface after UCLA's loss to Kentucky

    As soon as LaVar Ball, the loud-mouthed father of UCLA star Lonzo Ball, started tearing up during UCLA’s eventual 86-75 loss to Kentucky on Friday, fans had to know that the memes were coming. Almost time to get those LaVar Ball crying jordan memes out

  • Kentucky Becomes 2nd State to Pass a Blue Lives Matter Bill
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    Kentucky Becomes 2nd State to Pass a Blue Lives Matter Bill

    Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin (R) signed into law this week a bill which makes it a hate crime to attack a police officer or first responder.  The measure, unofficially known as a Blue Lives Matter bill, will go into effect in the summer, the Courier-Journal reported.  It follows similar legislation first passed in Louisiana last year, where a gunman shot six Baton Rouge police officers last July, killing three.  Abby Huntsman discussed the new Kentucky law with State Rep. Kevin Bratcher (R), who first proposed the measure. She noted that 64 officers were killed by gunfire nationwide in 2016, compared to 41 in 2015.  Twenty-one of those deaths came in ambush-style attacks.  Bratcher said he believes