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- WWE WrestleMania 37: Predictions for Night Twoby Stephen SamraLast night was a historic night in wrestling – blank, blank and of course – fans finally returned to WrestleMania. Tonight should be even bigger. While yesterday featured some fantastic matches, tonight’s card has potential to be timeless. We could see the end of a journey a decade in the making, the return of a … Continue reading WWE WrestleMania 37: Predictions for Night Two
- WWE WrestleMania 37: Predictions for Night Oneby Stephen SamraLast year iteration of WrestleMania was different in ways we never imagined it would be. Instead of emanating from a raucous Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Bay, the WWE Performance Center housed the event. While the superstars did what they could with the conditions, the silence that fell on the event with no crowd present … Continue reading WWE WrestleMania 37: Predictions for Night One
- The GOAT and The Kidby Nathaniel PucciarelloIt may only be the opinion of this writer, but in my experience, no other spectacle in sports of the last 20 years has produced as many captivating stories of suspense, heartache, and triumph as the Super Bowl – and this year seems right on track to do the same. Gone are the days of … Continue reading The GOAT and The Kid
- Feeling More Accomplished During a Pandemic (Not the Easiest)by Emily TrzeciakI’ll be the first to admit it, finding motivation these days is almost impossible. I love to write, but not having much to write about on here made it hard for me to do so. For the past few months I’ve been finding myself sitting at my computer every morning for hours on Linked In, … Continue reading Feeling More Accomplished During a Pandemic (Not the Easiest)
- 2020 Sports Awards: The Game, Athlete and Achievement of the Yearby Stephen SamraLet’s be honest – 2020 was the absolute most unpredictable, craziest year of all of our lives. For a moment, let’s stop and look back at the year that was in sports. Where do I even begin? 2020, sports wise, was a year of unpredictability – the world stopped, lives were changed and priorities shifted. … Continue reading 2020 Sports Awards: The Game, Athlete and Achievement of the Year
- A Musical Reflection on 2020by Olivia BeachA rain specific to mid-December is falling outside of my kitchen window. I am sitting in front of my laptop as the television echoes through my household with news of the first implementation of the COVID-19 vaccine. The Microsoft Word page I have open glares at me as I ask myself for the tenth desperate … Continue reading A Musical Reflection on 2020
- The Bengals Questionable Offseasonby Matt BrowerThe 2-6-1 Cincinnati Bengals were up by two against the 2-7 Washington Football Team with a little over eleven minutes left in the third quarter. The Bengals were a half of football away from getting their third win of the year, and a big morale boost as well. Then, every single Bengals fan’s worst nightmare … Continue reading The Bengals Questionable Offseason
- 2020 NBA Draft: Official Myla Mockby Paul Myla2020 has been a year like no other in NBA history. From the season being suspended, to the bubble in Orlando – many crazy things have happened. Thanks to Adam Silver and the rest of the NBA staff, we still got the see big events like the NBA Playoffs, Finals, and Draft Lottery. Now, it’s … Continue reading 2020 NBA Draft: Official Myla Mock
- No Risk, No Reward: How The Arizona Cardinals Broke The Mold With Their Rebuildby Stephen SamraThe 2018 Arizona Cardinals had all the looks of a classic NFL rebuild: highly drafted quarterback prospect, first time head coach with potential and a mix of some young and veteran talent. Everything was status quo, and then? They threw it all away. Why? Because the status quo just isn’t good enough in the NFL. … Continue reading No Risk, No Reward: How The Arizona Cardinals Broke The Mold With Their Rebuild
- 2021 Mock Draft 1.0by Matt BrowerWhile most teams have only played 5 games this season (some playing less), it’s becoming clearer which teams are contenders and which are pretenders. Teams such as the Seahawks, Packers, Bills, and Chiefs look dominant, while others like the Giants, Jets, and Falcons are already looking ahead to April. This mock draft is based on … Continue reading 2021 Mock Draft 1.0
- NFL Week One: Predicting Each Game (ATS)by Stephen SamraIn one of the craziest years we’ve ever experienced, the NFL rolls on. Kick back, relax, and let me help you make some money on opening weekend. Houston Texans at Kansas City Chiefs (-9) The two highest paid quarterbacks in the NFL will go head to head on opening night, when the post-DeAndre Hopkins trade … Continue reading NFL Week One: Predicting Each Game (ATS)
- Sizing up the AL West: Could Change be Coming?by Matt BrowerThe AL West is one of baseball’s most underrated divisions. In the past twenty years, no team has taken the leap to separate themselves from their division rivals. The A’s and the Angels have won the divisional title six times in that period. The Rangers four times, the Astros three times, and the Mariners only … Continue reading Sizing up the AL West: Could Change be Coming?
- Baseball is Back: 3 Players to Watch for in 2020by PK PatelTONIGHT IS THE NIGHT! BASEBALL IS BACK! The MLB and MLBPA *finally* reached an agreement on a 60 game season, which means there will be baseball in 2020. Personally, baseball is my favorite sport, and I’m glad there’s something to look forward to in this crazy year. Sports being able to resume play in 2020 … Continue reading Baseball is Back: 3 Players to Watch for in 2020
- ‘The Office’: Unpopular Character Rankingsby Emily TrzeciakEveryone loves The Office, that’s undeniable (and if you don’t then you may be the problem). However, I’ve come to the conclusion that I must be watching a different show than everyone else in the entire world because whenever I mention my favorite/least favorite characters to anyone, they think I’m crazy. As someone who has … Continue reading ‘The Office’: Unpopular Character Rankings
- 3 Must Have Late Round Playersby tarikalkaisiThe recipe for dominating your fantasy football draft is simple. Draft your stud players to carry your group early within the first handful of rounds and then focus on acquiring depth in the later rounds of your draft to help balance out your lineup between guys who are your weekly starters, guys who can fill … Continue reading 3 Must Have Late Round Players
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