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LRT Sports Feature: vIQtory Interview with Daniel John Orlovsky

The LRT Sports team has teamed up with vIQtory to share Daniel John Orlovsky’s college football recruiting story. Dan is a former American football quarterback who played thirteen seasons in the NFL and is currently a football analyst for ESPN. He was drafted by the Detroit Lions in the fifth round of the 2005 NFL Draft.

November 30, 2018 LRT Sports Staff

Recruiting Horror Story: Did the Coach Really Just ask me That?

When I started my recruiting process, I knew it was going to be an uphill battle. Standing at only 5 foot tall, on a good day, I knew that my lacrosse skills had to make up for the lack of height. Most people will tell you that size does matter in the game of lacrosse.

November 28, 2018

How Will the New NCAA Redshirting Rules Impact College Football Players?

The NCAA is always changing, for better or for worse or whether we like it or not. In the case of the two rule changes that were made by the NCAA Division I Council on June 13th, I think most might agree with the changes.  Keep in mind there can always be modifications, but for

November 26, 2018

University of Colorado Athletic Facilities

The University of Colorado Boulder athletic facilities happen to be in one of the most beautiful areas in the United States. If you are looking to play a sport in a gorgeous location along with state of the art facilities, then this University is a must see. You will take an inside look at their

November 23, 2018

6 Tips and Tricks for being a Well-Rounded Track & Field Athlete

Track & field is one of the oldest sports that we have; it’s been around since ancient times. The sport was established on the skills of running, jumping, and throwing.  Track & field also include road running, cross country running, and race walking. Most track & field events are individual sports. And they only have

November 20, 2018

University of Michigan Women’s Basketball Player Jillian Duston Offers Advice

The Michigan Daily has called her the “The unsung hero of Michigan women’s basketball.” That would be pressure for most women’s basketball players but that title seems to fuel this incredible athlete. It’s hard to keep up with this young lady’s statistics but just to name a few: Academic All-Big Ten Graduated second all-time in

November 17, 2018

The Day in the Life of a DI Fencer

Typically, student-athletes are recruited to score touchdowns, hit home runs, or sprint on a track; but what makes my experience unique is that I was recruited to fight with swords. My name is Firoz George, and I am a Saber Fencer for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and I am going to

November 15, 2018