Mon. Oct 22nd, 2018

Interviews

An Elite Big 10 Punter or Bottle Flipping Legend? An Exclusive Interview with Drue Chrisman

By Griffin Hill

First, Drue Chrisman wants everyone to understand this:

“The bottle flipping craze has died down, I repeat ‘died down,’ NOT DEAD!”

This is just a taste of the dedication and passion Chrisman holds for bottle flipping, and he shares those same feelings about his football career. Read Full Interview Here!

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One on One with Jeremiah Francis: The Future of Tar Heel Basketball

By Griffin Hill (And Oliver Mauntel)

This past Wednesday, I had the opportunity to converse with Jeremiah Francis, who has committed to play basketball for the University of North Carolina. Francis, a point guard, is rated as a four-star prospect and will be a senior this fall at Pickerington Central High School. During my conversation with Francis, we discussed what prompted his decision to commit to the Tar Heels, as well as what he hopes to accomplish in Chapel Hill and beyond. Continue Reading!

An Interesting Big Ten Alumnus and Future TBT Tournament Regular: Griffin Hill’s One on One with Andrew Dakich

Griffin Hill 

Founder

Oliver Mauntel

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Editor

Jose Segura-Bermudez

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Lead Programmer

Eli Yankelevich 

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NBA

Jack Hamrick

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All Sports

Thomas Jeffrey

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NBA, NFL, NCAAF

Danny Kraft

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NHL

George Economus

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NBA, MLB, NCAAF

Shane Bidwell

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All Sports

Charlie Hackett

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Sports Business

Chase Albanese

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Soccer

Aidan McGinn

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Soccer

Dastan Haghanazari

NBA, NFL

Michael Roth

NFL, NCAAF

2019 5 Star Defensive End, Zach Harrison, Gives Sports Regime Final 3 Schools in Exclusive Interview.

By Griffin Hill (And Jack Hamrick

Zach Harrison is a special player. The length and speed of Harrison for a player at his position is rare to find in a high school senior. At 6’6, and 244 pounds, Harrison holds a 40 time of 4.62. Obviously this is quite an impressive time for a player of his size, but this speed coupled with his length is what separates Zach Harrison from any player in the country. Read Full Article Here!