An Ode to Kobe

The old adage is “you don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone” and different cultures have idioms to that effect. There’s something about the present that doesn’t allow us to appreciate it until it’s the past. Well the past is now for basketball fans who couldn’t imagine the game without one of it’s greatest players, Kobe Bryant. I grew up a Kobe fan, it worked out well since Kobe…

April 21, 2016
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Editorial Letter: Great Moments in Sports History

April 12, 2016

Most games come and go. The match we saw last week will fade from our memories in no time. But every once in a while there’s a moment that catches our eye, a moment that defines or even transcends the game, a moment that lives on forever. Some of these unforgettable moments can define a career, alter the sport’s landscape, or even change lives. These moments include one man defying Hitler…

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The Helmet Catch: Tyree Catches History

April 12, 2016

The Patriots were minutes away from history. No team had ever gone 19-0, but the 2007 New England Patriots were about to change that. But Eli Manning and a no-name receiver had different plans and changed history forever. The Team: The Patriots had the most prolific offense since 1950 (eventually outdone by the 2014 Broncos), and Randy Moss had arguably the greatest season a receiver has ever had. Tom Brady…

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Defending Wrestling Before WrestleMania 32

March 28, 2016

Wrestlemania 32 is coming up in less than two weeks and WWE fans are excited for the biggest wrestling event of the year. Household names like the Undertaker and former UFC Champion Brock Lesnar headline the card, giving it mainstream press that the company desires. WWE has even managed to garner coverage on ESPN the last couple of years for their big event and is expected to sell out AT&T Stadium…

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The NFL Can Successfully Expand Despite Their Past Failures

March 15, 2016

The NFL has been slowly but surely trying to expand overseas over the last few years. Every year since 2007, they’ve had the NFL International Series, where they hold a few games at Wembley Stadium in London. The discussion of the NFL overseas doesn’t stop with these games though, there has also been a large amount of discussion about adding an NFL Franchise to London to give the game more…

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Broncos’ Defense Does it Again, Carries Them to Super Bowl Win

February 13, 2016

Peyton Manning can now go out on top, despite struggling in the big game. Manning threw for only 141 yards with one interception and a fumble on the day. None of that mattered though, because the defense did its part and helped the five-time MVP win his second Super Bowl. Von Miller led the Broncos’ defense all day, just as he did in the AFC Championship game. Miller had 2.5…

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Cavaliers get fifth straight win under Lue

The decision to hire Tyronn Lue continues to look better by the day as the Cavaliers pulled out an overtime victory at Indiana, 111-106. Kyrie Irving was the star in the game, scoring 10 of Cleveland’s last 17 points, including a 13-foot jumper to tie the game and send it to overtime. In overtime he continued his clutch play, scoring eight points including the four free throws that sealed the…

February 6, 2016
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