Each week on Monday, we take a quick look back at the past seven days to review some of the highlights of stories in the media for Georgia State student-athletes, coaches, administrators and, like you’ll see this week, occasionally our university leadership. Enjoy a few minutes today catching up on the headlines you might have missed during your lunchtime.
And always feel free to tweet us @GSUPanthers with headlines you’ve seen around the nation that highlight the Panthers. We’re all one big team, and the few of us here in 125 Decatur don’t always see every article, or hear every interview, that’s posted out there. If you think there’s something we’ve missed, shoot it our way.
Bleacher Report – Georgia State Sharpshooter R.J. Hunter Won’t Be a Mystery for Long
R.J. Hunter doesn’t have much time for anything other than swishing jumpers. So for the last three years, almost every night around midnight while most of his peers are cramming for tests or crushing beers, Hunter has made his way to the Georgia State gym to get up shots. Well, actually…”I make a lot of shots,” Hunter says. “I’m not good on just getting a lot of shots up.” Read more
College Hoopedia – Does Father Know Best? Hunters Among Best Father-Son Combinations
Due to voter deficiencies, Georgia State’s R.J. Hunter will be fortunate to become an All-American; let alone national player of the year such as last season’s recipient (Creighton’s Doug McDermott). But coupled with his coach/father Ron, the Hunters already have buttressed their case as one of the all-time top 10 father-son, coach-player combinations. Can they crack the top five? Read more
AJC – Brittany Logan: A Mom at Home in the Paint
Brittany Logan’s day begins at 5 a.m. A working mom, she’s out of the house by 5:30 a.m, headed from her Dacula home to Atlanta. At 6:30, she calls her three kids — 9-year-old twins Mariah and Jeremiah, and 8-year-old TreSean — to wake them up and make sure they are ready when they’re picked up for for school. Read more
ESPN.com – #Top10Thursday: Best point guards
Ron Hunter’s squad could run through the Sun Belt again. Harrow, a transfer from Kentucky, is having a monster year for the Panthers (19.9 PPG, 5.9 APG, 40 percent on 3s). Harrow & Co. could be dangerous in March. Read more