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“History began on July 4, 1776. Everything before that was a mistake.” —Ron Swanson Yesterday, Major League Baseball (MLB) announced that star Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Starling Marte will serve an 80-game suspension for using performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs). Yes, you read ...
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It is a rare occurrence that I, your On Fire correspondent, am able to report to you with such glee. Few things bring me more joy than reminders of my own superiority, and this week gifted me with that and ...
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After a long hiatus because of intense on-campus activities involvement, a heavy course load, study abroad, job recruitment, a suspension due to attacking NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Twitter and other excuses people use for falling out of touch with ...
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Your On Fire correspondent has recently learned that his (or her) loyal readers often lose touch with their favorite sports when they’re back in — dare he (or she) say it — the Emory bubble. That is, the metaphorical bubble, ...
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In his or her illustrious career, your productive On Fire correspondent wrote roughly 100 columns for these hallowed pages (this count is unofficial and unverified by the Elias Sports Bureau), tirelessly performing the sacred duty of bringing the spirit of On Fire to Emory. ...

Ladies and gents, fear no longer; your On Fire correspondent has returned. As he (or she) once told you, loyal readers, “I am always with you.” Back to Business Your On Fire correspondent recently discovered a great marriage of sports ...
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Before the Montreal Expos moved to Washington becoming the Nationals, Washington D.C. residents yearned for a team to root for. Most of the time, Washingtonians rooted for the team where they or their parents grew up. These loyalties still exist, ...
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Well, folks, spring is upon us — the flowers are blooming, the pollen is flowing, the sun is shining, and your On Fire correspondent has been feeling pretty lonely lately. So, yours truly has decided to reinstate the On Fire ...
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As any reader of On Fire knows, your On Fire correspondent is an exceptional human being. As you might have guessed, he (or she) is equal parts hilarious and intelligent and extremely charming. Which is why when your On Fire ...