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Random Athlete of the Day: Brian O’Driscoll

While most Americans probably have no idea who Brian O’Driscoll is, he has established himself as one of the fiercest competitors in rugby’s history.  O’Driscoll is arguably the greatest Irish athlete to ever live, and has helped the country become one of the best rugby nations in the world. [caption id="attachment_14185" align="aligncenter" width="619"] Photo Credit: AFP[/caption] A good comparison for O’D ...

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Random Athlete of the Day- Kalin Lucas

Kalin Lucas is one of the main reasons Michigan State is known as a March Madness tournament powerhouse. The Spartans made the tournament every year that Lucas led them from the point guard position, and if not for a serious Achilles injury, Lucas could have established himself as one of the best guards in Big Ten history. The four-star ranked point guard made an immediate impact as a freshman, playing 25 m ...

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Random Athlete of the Day- Mark Bellhorn

Mark Bellhorn was an infielder for seven different clubs in his MLB career, spanning from 1997 to 2007. After struggling with the Oakland A’s to start his career, Bellhorn was traded to the Chicago Cubs. In 2002, his only full season as a Cub, he smacked 27 home runs. Other milestones achieved in Chicago included becoming the first player in the history of the National League to hit a home run from both sid ...

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Random Athlete of The Day – David Robinson

David Maurice Robinson was born August 6, 1965 in Key West, Florida to Ambrose and Freda Robinson.  In high school, Robinson only played organized basketball for his first time during his senior year. He earned all-area and all-district honors. Ambrose Robinson was in the Navy, and when it was time for the younger Robinson to attend, he chose the U.S. Naval Academy, majoring in mathematics. Robinson became ...

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Random Athlete of the Day – Omar Samhan

Omar Samhan is a 6’11” center that played college basketball for the Saint Mary’s Gaels from 2006 until 2010. As a freshman, he played in 32 games, starting seven, and averaged 9.2 points, 5.6 rebounds and 1.5 blocks per game. As a sophomore, he became the Gaels’ starting center, a job he kept for each of the 101 games in his final three seasons, never missing a start. Every season, both his scoring and reb ...

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Random Athlete Of The Day- Aubrey Coleman

Former college basketball stud Aubrey Coleman was born in Houston, Texas. This random athlete was a natural scorer however the shooting guard didn’t play organized basketball, instead he was highly involved in local streetball where it was acceptable to beat a team 1 on 5. He got a reputation as a lethal scorer, and although he didn’t understand the ways of organized ball he played in high school at Gulf Sh ...

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Random Athlete Of The Day- Salim Stoudamire

Salim Stoudamire always had a few things going for him. He had an awesome afro-like cut, he had a beautiful 3-point stroke, and he's cousins with none other than Damon Stoudamire. After graduating from Lake Oswego High School in Oregon, Salim went to play for Lute Olson at Arizona. [caption id="attachment_8520" align="alignright" width="279" caption="via BiffHammer.com"][/caption] SS immediately made an imp ...

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