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Conrad Garcia

Conrad Garcia

Editor for The Venture's The Overtime Page. Producer at ESPN 97.5 and Yahoo! Sports Radio. Student at the University of Houston.

Atlanta-based rap trio, Migos, will make their way to the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion on Thursday as part of Future’s Nobody Safe tour. Migos comes into the concert as one of the hottest acts in music with their sophomore album Culture reaching certified Platinum in April. The group laid the …

Nets cut, hats crowned, trophy awarded and 30 years of anguish had been lifted off Villanova’s shoulders in the form of a buzzer beater. An instant classic. After two straight blowouts in the Final Four, the highly-anticipated National Championship matchup between the North Carolina Tar Heels and the Villanova Wildcats …

The North Carolina Tar Heels put an end to the Syracuse Orange’s miraculous run and advance to the National Championship after an 83-66 victory. “As far as what I feel about this year, I’m more satisfied than I’ve ever been in any year that I’ve ever coached, with the possible …

For almost a quarter of the game, fans were getting exactly what they wanted out of the first Final Four matchup of the night between the Oklahoma Sooners and the Villanova Wildcats. It was a high-scoring, back-and-forth game with the Wildcats up 19-17 with 11:11 left in the first. Oklahoma’s …

In case you missed it during Sunday’s slate of games, Redskins DB, Chris Culliver, made an amazing play defending the Panthers’ Greg Olsen. To set up the gif: Olsen catches a a short pass, Culliver goes to make an open-field tackle, and he’s able to jar the ball loose, make …

A Competitive East We all knew the Cavs, Bulls, and Wizards would be good last year, but after some teams exceeded expectations and after some offseason acquisitions, there will be even more talent this season. Despite not having a true superstar and not being loaded with talent, the Hawks had …

In a game where Greg Ward Jr. and the Houston Cougars could do no wrong, the Texas State Bobcats absolutely could not do right. Ward and the offense showed just how prolific they can be, racking up 42 points to the Bobcats’ 7 in a first-half onslaught. This was their …