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Titans Head To The Divisional Round After Epic Comeback Over The Chiefs

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The Tennessee Titans took a seat at the grown-ups table on Saturday by erasing an 18-point Kansas City lead, silencing the loudest roaring crowd of fans in any sports stadium. Titans’ quarterback Marcus Mariota was a quadruple threat – passing, rushing, blocking and catching his way to a 22-21 Wild Card win for the franchise’s first playoff victory since the premier …

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NFL Wild Card Weekend Preview

In Football by Miranda Wilhelm11 Comments

Saturday and Sunday are set for four noteworthy matchups in the NFL’s always-intriguing Wild Card Weekend.  The league’s faithful will see a healthy mixture of both divisional foes and unfamiliar jerseys rarely spotted in January. Our first Saturday clash kicks off at 4:35 PM EST from Kansas City.  This may not be the sexiest of games set to play, but …

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Team USA Olympic Men’s Ice Hockey Roster Announced

In Hockey by EmmaKate AustinLeave a Comment

There may not be any current NHL players on the roster, but there are so many reasons to be excited for Team USA hockey in the 2018 Winter Olympics. Here are some names to remember as we get closer to the Opening Ceremonies: Jordan Greenway – Greenway was selected by the Minnesota Wild in the 2015 draft and he will …

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Kevin Durant Donates $3 Million to Alma Mater

In College Sports by Ashleigh BinderLeave a Comment

The University of Texas announced that it would be renaming two of it’s basketball facilities after one of their most famous alumni, Kevin Durant.  In their press release, the school continued by saying that the NBA champion pledged $3 million to “support Texas basketball and the Center for Sports Leadership and Innovation”.  The main entrance to the men’s and women’s …

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Rangers Win the Winter Classic

In Hockey by Aly RileyLeave a Comment

On New Year’s Day, this past Monday, nearly 42,000 hockey fans braved the bitter cold and wind to witness a once in a lifetime event: the 2018 NHL Bridgestone Winter Classic. It pitted Henrik Lundqvist and the New York Rangers against Jack Eichel and the Buffalo Sabres at Citi Field in Queens on a 18 degree F afternoon. Ultimately, the …

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61-Year-Old Golfer Takes To The Links As Freshman

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When you think of a college athlete, you think of someone in their late teens or early 20’s preparing for the rest of their life. Well, there is one person defying that statistic this spring.  Don Byers, a 61-year-old, husband and grandfather, is competing for Bellevue University in Bellevue, Neb. as a freshman golfer. The university falls under the National …

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NFL Week 17 Recap and the Playoff Picture

In Football by Emily StakerLeave a Comment

It was allegedly very cold in a few of games in the final day of the regular season, but don’t take my word for it, instead rely on the multiple successful attempts to pour a cup of water on the ground. Bill Belichick was unfazed by a frigid Foxboro, sporting shorts and his signature cutoff sweatshirt in the below freezing …

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A New Team USA on Olympic Ice

In Hockey by EmmaKate AustinLeave a Comment

Four years ago, hockey fans all across the country woke up early on a Saturday morning to watch what would become an epic Olympic hockey game between the United States and Russia. The game was tied 2-2 after overtime. While NHL rules allow each player on a team to shoot only once, international rules say a player can take multiple …

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The Worst Team in 2017… The New York Giants

In Football by Ashleigh BinderLeave a Comment

It would be easy to give the honor of the worst team of 2017 to the winless Cleveland Browns, but they are truly not the worst team.  The Browns are a complete mess, but their players have shown consistent effort that should not be ignored.  No team has shown a lack of effort and lack of stability like the New …

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Steelers Center Explains James Harrison Wanted Out

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If you thought last week’s controversial game against the Patriots was the wildest moment of the Steelers season, you have to hear what has transpired over the past few days.  The team announced shortly before Christmas that they would be releasing longtime veteran LB James Harrison to make room for offensive tackle Marcus Gilbert.  The move was stunning considering how …