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Super Bowl LIV: making predictions

Henry Sutter, Sports Editor

January 23, 2020

When the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers face off in Super Bowl LIV at 6:30 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 2, tens of millions of people across the globe will tune in to watch.  Leading up to the game, hundreds, if not thousa...

Early Super Bowl prediction: Patriots, Cowboys face off for ring

Henry Sutter, Staff Writing

October 3, 2019

Despite the fact that the NFL season is a 16-game marathon full of injuries, controversy and adversity, predictions are made immediately as to which team will hoist the coveted Vince Lombardi Trophy as the Super Bowl champion...

The inevitable end to the Roethlisberger era

Taylor Renk, Opinion Editor

September 26, 2019

There is a very dark cloud looming over the heads of Pittsburgh sports fans, and just when you think there is a light at the end of the tunnel with football season starting up again, marking the soon-to-be end of the Pittsbur...

Worry about your future, don’t rush back to play

Taylor Renk, Opinion Editor

September 5, 2019

Football is a game filled with aggression, violence and a whole lot of testosterone. There rarely is a game of football played on any level — high school, college or professional — where someone doesn’t get knocked around...

Hard hits: Football and politics clash

Ian McKeown, Contributing Writer

September 28, 2017

It all started with a small gesture made by a second -string quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers in August of 2016. When Colin Kaepernick kneeled during the national anthem, no one could have guessed it would garner so much a...

NFL star under scrutiny for excessive partying

Shea Beaumont, Opinion Editor

April 13, 2017

You have probably seen him in the end zone spiking footballs on Sundays in the NFL or all over TV during commercials or late night talk shows, but if you have not yet witnessed the life of Rob Gronkowski, I can assure you that...

Young players may be too young to handle fame

Shea Beaumont, Opinion Editor

April 6, 2017

As a young athlete, living a life full of fame and riches may seem like a dream come true, but that might not be the best case scenario for some immature athletes experiencing their first taste of the spotlight. While being eligi...

The Patriot way fuels the fire for New England

Shea Beaumont, Opinion Editor

January 26, 2017

You can love them, or you can hate them. You can cheer for them, or you can boo them. But one thing you can’t do is question their greatness. Not only do the New England Patriots rank highly in the discussion of the greatest s...

What Colin Kaepernick has really started in America

James Sirio, Contributing Writer

October 27, 2016

Two months have now passed since Colin Kaepernick first kneeled during the national anthem. His actions on that day have led some to flood him with support: his jersey sales quickly spiked, T-shirts with his face imprinted on it hav...

United we stand, together we fall

Shea Beaumont, Opinion Editor

September 1, 2016

In a culture that borderline worships professional sports, football seems to be the most popular and most watched. The National Football League is the most popular organization in the world of sports, according to th...

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