The Sports Inquirer Show 30 (9.5.18) #sportsinquirer #sportsinquirershow #gsupanthers #ksuowls #collegefootball #ramblinwreck #uga #nike #kaepernick

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In this edition of The Sports Inquirer Show, we discuss:

  1. Georgia State football’s 24-20 home in over Kennesaw State in its season opener. Audio content from Panthers’ head coach Shawn Elliott included. (3:00-18:00)
  2. The rest of the previous college football week including thoughts Georgia Tech and Georgia’s home wins over inferior competition, Alabama’s dominance of Louisville and the subsequent Nick Saban/Maria Taylor post-game interview, Michigan and Texas struggles and how SEC dominance may not be the best thing for the sport. (18:00-37:00)
  3. The Miscellaneous Department including Atlanta United’s road loss at DC United and Nike’s latest advertisement with Colin Kaepernick (37:00-47:00)
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Fighting Peaches: Kennesaw State Kristi Piedimonte interview 11.27.17 #sportsinquirer @ksuowlsvb #asunvolleyball @riceKRIS_P

Kennesaw State volleyball Kristi Piedimonte
Kennesaw State volleyball setter Kristi Piedimonte (3) during contest against Lipscomb.
Photo credit: Kennesaw State Athletics (Kyle Hess)

The Sports Inquirer spoke with Kennesaw State volleyball player Kristi Piedimonte following her team’s practice on Nov. 27. Topics with the senior setter included the team winning the Atlantic Sun Conference championship, qualifying for the NCAA Tournament, representing the state of Georgia on the national stage and preparing to face Oregon in Provo, Utah in the first round on Dec. 1.

Fighting Peaches: Kennesaw State Anaiah Boyer interview 11.27.17 #sportsinquirer @ksuowlsvb #asunvolleyball @anaiahboyer

Kennesaw State volleyball Anaiah Boyer
Kennesaw State volleyball outside hitter Anaiah Boyer attacks ball during contest against Georgia.
Photo credit: Kennesaw State Athletics (Kyle Hess)

The Sports Inquirer spoke with Kennesaw State volleyball player Anaiah Boyer following her team’s practice on Nov. 27. Topics with the senior outside hitter included the team winning the Atlantic Sun Conference championship, qualifying for the NCAA Tournament, representing the state of Georgia on the national stage and preparing to face Oregon in Provo, Utah in the first round on Dec. 1.