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Sports are not just a form of entertainment.
  • Remembering the life and legacy of Kobe Bean Bryant

    January 27, 2020 by

    With the 13th pick in the 1996 NBA Draft, the Charlotte Hornets selected an unproven 18 year old guard from Lower Merion High School in Pennsylvania. After a draft night trade, Kobe Bryant found his forever home as a dominant two-way guard in the form of the Los Angeles Lakers. I speak for basketball fans… Read more

  • NBA Quarter Season Recap

    December 12, 2019 by

    The NBA season is roughly a quarter of the way finished and it has more than lived up to the hype. Duos throughout the league have banded together to provide the most balanced play since LeBron’s return to Cleveland. The Bucks and Lakers lead the Eastern and Western Conferences, respectively, while both sporting 22-3 records.… Read more

  • UT finishes the regular season 7-5 after beating Vanderbilt

    December 1, 2019 by

    In a torrential downpour Saturday afternoon, Tennessee added another victory to the ledger by defeating Vandy 28-10. Eric Gray ran rampant against the commodores to the tune of 247 yards on the ground, as well as adding three touchdowns. After an 0-2 start, finishing 7-5 on the year is a huge win for the rebuilding… Read more

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About Me

My name is David McDaniel, the founder of Run the Break. I grew up roughly 25 miles southwest of Neyland Stadium in Lenoir City, Tennessee. Ever since I was a boy, the idea that over one-hundred thousand people could come together in one great coliseum to support one cause, the Volunteers, astounded me. I’ve been hooked to any sort of organized competition since. As I grew older, I realized sports are not used or played strictly for entertainment. Sports are an outlet for passion, love, redemption, social justice, family, and so much more. Run the Break’s mission statement is to provide a space for news, updates, and hot takes on all popular sports for the everyday fan.