One Day in April Trailer

One Day In April tells the story of a downtrodden college baseball that fought back against difficult odds. The Emerson Lions started the season under the pressure of a pre existing 10 game losing streak and continued to fall to 0-36 in a conference filled with teams that have more funding, better facilities and a higher talent level. Until One Day in April they beat the odds. Their story embodies…

December 10, 2015
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The Problem with Cross Fit

December 8, 2015

If you have any degree of a social life, then you’ve heard of CrossFit. Its members are known for their cult-like enthusiasm and tendency to check in on Facebook whenever they’re working out. Whether you’re a member or a hater, it’s hard to ignore the fact that CrossFit has taken the world by storm in the past decade. If you’re like me, you’ve heard both the good and the bad. But…

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FC Dallas: Setting a New Standard for American Soccer

December 8, 2015

FC Dallas is separating themselves from other soccer teams in the US by doing something no other team in the MLS has tried to do: emulate the European style of professional club academies to develop youth players for the future of the club.  Fernando Clavijo is the Technical Director for FCD and the brains behind this new shift for the club.  Clavijo came to America 36 years ago from Uruguay…

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Concussion: A Preview

December 8, 2015

  As the NFL season nears its end and Entertainment’s Awards Season around the corner, Columbia Pictures’ new film Concussion, set to be released this Christmas, is garnering a lot of attention. The film, based on the true story of Dr. Bennet Omalu and his discovery of Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE), focuses on Omalu’s persistence of dispersing this information despite the power of the NFL. The inciting incident in the…

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NFL Playoff Crystal Ball

December 3, 2015

As the NFL season enters the home stretch, four teams–Carolina, New England, Denver and Arizona–appear to have their divisions sewn up. But the rest of the playoff spots are still very much filled with question marks. Can 40 year old QB Matt Hasselbeck help the Colts hold off the suddenly surging Jaguars? Does anyone want to win the NFC East, or should we just put the division out of its misery?

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