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  • Mark Wesley Pritchard
    Published about 6 hours ago
    Super Bowl Madness

    Super Bowl Madness

    In case you’re living under a rock or don’t care, Super Bowl LIV is about a week away. Most of you are probably preparing to host a Super Bowl party or attend one, whether it’s at a friend’s house, restaurant, etc. The big game between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers in Miami is a matchup that’s worth tuning in for. I asked my followers last week which team they’re rooting for to win it all. A majority of people said that the Chiefs are going to hoist the Lombardi trophy. My pick to win the big game is the 49ers. The Chiefs are in the Super Bowl for the first time in 50 years, but I see San Francisco winning by less than 10 points. Last I checked, according to a Sporting News article, Betonline.ag listed Kansas City as a point and half favorite over San Francisco. Here are some facts about the Super Bowl:
  • Rich Monetti
    Published a day ago
    Somers Wipes Away Earlier Defeat with 42-6 Victory over Yorktown

    Somers Wipes Away Earlier Defeat with 42-6 Victory over Yorktown

    Earlier this year Somers and Yorktown faced off as undefeated Class A powerhouses. Both teams battled up and down the field before the Huskers pulled away in the final minutes. So a packed house at Mahopac High School had to be sitting in wait of another titanic struggle. But the Tuskers clearly suffered a memory lapse and gave the Huskers a stinging 42-6 defeat that they may never forget.
  • Eric Christopher Jackson
    Published 12 days ago
    Judging Tom Brady

    Judging Tom Brady

    The Trending Topic in the National Football League is the Status of Tom Brady’s Career. Some say that “TB12” is in decline. His Quarterback Rating has steadily declined over the last three Seasons. And let’s not forget the forgettable Super Bowl last Season as the Patriots struggled to score against the Los Angeles Rams.
  • Rich Monetti
    Published 13 days ago
    Part I : A Look Back at 2019 John Jay Football - Hen Hud and Brewster
  • jerrybrown
    Published 16 days ago
    Importance of Offensive Balance in Pro Football

    Importance of Offensive Balance in Pro Football

    Peyton Manning and the Colts offense electrified the pro football record book in 2004 with a record 49 touchdown passes. It didn't help them in the playoffs, though, as they got shut down by the Patriots in cold and windy Foxboro for the second straight season. That Colts team was No. 1 in the NFL in passing and 15th in rushing the football.
  • Cheryl E
    Published 17 days ago
    History Of Super Bowl Weather Through The Decades

    History Of Super Bowl Weather Through The Decades

    The Super Bowl is the most watched worldwide televised event each year. Fans go all out hosting parties at home or gathering in other venues to watch the big game and find out which team will take home the honors and head to Disney World. The half time shows are also a big draw with celebrity artists performing their hit tunes. Another event associated with the Super Bowl that commands attention are the weather patterns,which have been quite interesting throughout the half century this championship game has been played.
  • Rich Monetti
    Published about a month ago
    Part II : A Look Back at 2019 John Jay  Football - vs Panas and Beacon
  • Rich Monetti
    Published about a month ago
    Somers Rides Four Matthew Pires Touchdowns to 28-6 Victory

    Somers Rides Four Matthew Pires Touchdowns to 28-6 Victory

    For the bulk of last night’s game between Somers and Sleepy Hollow, the end zone didn’t have a lot of company from the 70 players suited up at the High School. But when one breaks the plane four times, it's more about the company you keep, and Wide Receiver Matthew Pires happily obliged to be on the receiving end in Somers' 28-6 victory.
  • Kevin
    Published about a month ago
    How To Understand Football

    How To Understand Football

    The NFL Superbowl each January is a major event with people throwing viewing parties and advertising spots selling for an average of $5 million each year. When you want to get in on the fun, it can be intimidating to watch your first couple of games with people who have been fans for years because football can be difficult to understand. To help you prepare for your big game day celebration, it is a good idea to have plenty of snacks, some fan gear and know a bit about how the game is played by the National Football League.
  • Adrian Holman
    Published about a month ago
    2019 Bowl Season (1st Weekend)

    2019 Bowl Season (1st Weekend)

    The 2019 college football bowl season kicks off with a bang on Friday and Saturday with two games on Friday followed by a full boat of six games on Saturday. Throughout the entire bowl season, the most games played on one day will be on Saturday. Let's take a quick look at all eight games. One by one, I will give you my pick for each bowl game. The schedule is taken and all stats are from ESPN.com.
  • Jen Logan
    Published about a month ago
    Seahawks Russell Wilson Twice Helps Vikings Score on Fluky Pick-Six

    Seahawks Russell Wilson Twice Helps Vikings Score on Fluky Pick-Six

    The Seahawks are this season's only team to beat the San Francisco 49ers (10-1). The Seahawks have the ability to win every close game because quarterback Russell Wilson is one of the NFL's toughest players and often at its finest when the fourth quarter is under pressure.
  • Matthew Donnellon
    Published 2 months ago
    5 College Football Teams That Should Never Change Their Uniforms

    5 College Football Teams That Should Never Change Their Uniforms

    I love college football. Probably more than I like watching the NFL. One of the better parts of college football is the history associated with the schools. Now, to change things up — and to cash in on sycophant alumni and students — many teams use several different jerseys. But, there are a handful of teams that should never touch their uniforms.