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  • Tyler Hopper
    Published about 16 hours ago
    A Comparison of Two Football Legends

    A Comparison of Two Football Legends

    This Sunday, football fans across America got a real treat, as Aaron Rodgers and the Packers matched up against Drew Brees and the Saints. Both of these quarterbacks have had absolutely astonishing, hall of fame worthy careers, which is impressive since neither hails from major football college (Rodgers went to California, while Brees went to Purdue). Neither was exactly a high draft pick either, as Brees was a second round pick, while Rodgers was picked in the 20’s. But Rodgers natural talent, and Brees’s football IQ and leadership have led both of them to be not only two of the greatest players of our generation, but some of the greatest players of all time. I figured it would be fun to look back at the careers both of them have had and then do some statistical comparisons following an outstanding game!
  • Rich Monetti
    Published a day ago
    A Look Back at Byram Hills Soccer loss to Greece-Athena in 2014 State Semifinals

    A Look Back at Byram Hills Soccer loss to Greece-Athena in 2014 State Semifinals

    On Saturday morning November 15, the Byram Hills soccer team traveled to Middletown High School to face Greece-Athena in the semifinals of the New York State High School Championship. Eighty minutes of grit and gut check had both teams squared off where they started. Sudden death overtime the forum, an unfriendly bounce could provide glory and misery in an instant. Unfortunately, a tough skip off the turf with 6:36 left in the extra period sunk the hearts of the Bobcats, and all the fans who made the three hour journey with them.
  • Ted Prezelski
    Published 3 days ago
    Four goals and a beat down

    Four goals and a beat down

    The word “premier” in soccer means very different things in different places. In England, it’s the top flight of soccer. In the US, the word usually gets attached to amateur leagues. And by amateur, I mean both the quality of play and the way they are run. You’d think the English would sue over the damage to their reputation.
  • Corey Dauphine
    Published 4 days ago
    Life challenges

    Life challenges

    Dauphine, Texas Tech's first commit of the 2015 recruiting cycle, was not a widely-known prospect when he pledged to the Red Raiders in Feb. 2014. The 6-foot, 180-pound prospect wasn't a full-time starter at Port Arthur Memorial in 2013 and, at that point, Lamar was the only other program that had offered. He didn't stay under the radar for very long. Houston and Washington State offered, then Arizona State, Baylor, TCU and Texas A&M followed. Even Michigan, under newly hired Jim Harbaugh, made a late run. In the end, Dauphine took a few visits but decided to stick with his commitment to Texas Tech.
  • InvestorBrandNetwork
    Published 4 days ago
    The JBoy Show Talks with Tim Brando, Fox Sports National Commentator

    The JBoy Show Talks with Tim Brando, Fox Sports National Commentator

    While Alabama is Brando’s highest-ranked team, he doesn’t see the team going undefeated Big Ten games would definitely make for more entertaining college football season
  • InvestorBrandNetwork
    Published 5 days ago
    The JBoy Show Talks with ESPN CBB Analyst Seth Greenberg

    The JBoy Show Talks with ESPN CBB Analyst Seth Greenberg

    The SEC has put a lot of work into growing by investing in coaches, facilities, infrastructure, resources, and marketing Cheating is not a victimless crime, it hurts the people who are following the rules