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  • Eric Green
    Published 3 years ago
    Top Ten Ultimate Comebacks in NHL History

    Top Ten Ultimate Comebacks in NHL History

    Freshly zambonied ice. A highly anticipated fight between two rivals. The blinding glint of the Stanley Cup under the lights of the rink. Hockey can be heart pumpingly, down the rest of your beer, storm-the-ice exhilarating.
  • Bennett Brauer
    Published 3 years ago
    Winners and Losers from the August 31 Trade Deadline

    Winners and Losers from the August 31 Trade Deadline

    The waiver wire trade deadline passed three weeks ago, and while the playoffs are a handle full of games away, I think there are clear winners and losers as we head down the stretch.
  • Stone Strankman
    Published 3 years ago
    Ball in the Family: The Making of a Leader

    Ball in the Family: The Making of a Leader

    In episode five, "The Making of a Leader," of Ball in the Family, we get to see how LaMelo is still just a high school kid that loves to play NBA 2K. LiAngelo has been at UCLA for a period of time now and doesn't get to spend as much time with his family, and has no idea how to hold a conversation with his girlfriend. Lonzo doesn't have any air time this week, while LaVar and Tina get just the right amount of screenplay.
  • Kenneth Wilson
    Published 3 years ago
    Here's Our Ish Mr. Commish: What We Really Need from Roger Goodell

    Here's Our Ish Mr. Commish: What We Really Need from Roger Goodell

    “Judge, jury, and executioner” is a popular phrase, but what does it mean? For most it means that the person responsible for determining guilt or innocence is more than likely or will more than likely determine someone's fate for committing in any given act. There are many examples of this phenomena, from kings and queens to dictators, and then the most heinous of them all… National Football League Commissioner, Roger Goodell.
  • Brandon Daniel
    Published 3 years ago
    Trump Doesn't 'Stand' for America

    Trump Doesn't 'Stand' for America

    Today, Donald Trump finds himself opposed to not one, not two, but three major sports organizations. Players in the NFL, NBA, and MLB, have all come out to speak against Donald Trump. Specifically, towards Trump's comments about players protesting the national anthem and players refusing to visit the White House after winning a championship.
  • Kenneth Wilson
    Published 3 years ago
    #TakeAKnee... The World of Sports Strikes Back

    #TakeAKnee... The World of Sports Strikes Back

    As we are probably all aware by now, last Friday President Donald Trump gave a speech in the state of Alabama. From “little rocket man,” to the president chastising the media for accusations of “hounding the first lady over her shoes,” this speech included many tidbits and factoids, the majority of which we already heard throughout his animated run to the presidency. The unheard notions spewed weren’t that unfamiliar either as he touted his victories throughout the election, and other scenarios that were of course centered around making him look like a rockstar. He spoke of the “wall,” which is inevitably going to happen based on our president's rhetoric, but he also said some other things.