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NFL Raises Awareness for Breast Cancer

NFL Raises Awareness for Breast Cancer

Jamie Galyas, Writer
October 11 • 1,722 views
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Every October organizations such as the American Cancer Society team up with the National Football League to raise awareness. The NFL kindly advertises “A Crucial Catch,” a campaign for breast cancer. Once the month of October starts, the league transforms everything to pink. Players will be seen... Read more »

Air Force Navy Game Nearly Canceled in Wake of Government Shutdown

Air Force Navy Game Nearly Canceled in Wake of Government Shutdown

Chris Angolia, Sports Editor
October 11 • 1,166 views
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The recent Government shutdown this past week has not only impacted the political world, but the sports world as well, particularly the Air Force vs. Navy game for the Commander-in-Chief’s trophy held every year in college football. This year things were a little different leading up to the game.... Read more »

The End of an Era in the Bronx

The End of an Era in the Bronx

Chris Angolia, Sports Editor
October 4 • 631 views
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It has been a great run for Mariano Rivera and Andy Petitte in the Bronx and it came to an end this week in the Bronx when the Yankees 2013 season concluded with not only sadness but disappointment as well. After tearing his ACL during the 2012 season fielding fly-balls during batting practice, no... Read more »

45-0? I Think So

45-0? I Think So

Chris Angolia, Writer
September 27 • 8,206 views
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Floyd Mayweather brought his A-game on September 14th at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas when he took on Saul “Canelo” Alvarez for the Junior Middleweight Championship of the world in the fight made famous as “The One.” Mayweather improved to 45-0 on his amazing career with the win on Saturday... Read more »

A Sport, or Just Another Game?

A Sport, or Just Another Game?

Kristin DiPede, Writer
May 28 • 1,749 views
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To some, softball  may be just another sport; a girl version of baseball some may think. However, softball is just as competitive as any other sport. There is a genuine history behind the sport of softball, one that few would  expect. It all came about in November of 1887 in Chicago, Illinois at... Read more »

The Puck Hits the Ice

The Puck Hits the Ice

January 21 • 647 views
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The long awaited fantasy of ending the NHL lockout has finally become a reality for “Puck-heads” around the world. The season will now feature 48 regular season games plus the playoffs, and will return on January 19, 2013. In a normal NHL season there are 82 regular season games played by a single... Read more »

Roll Tide Roll

Roll Tide Roll

Joe Petro and Brandon Furrer
January 11 • 614 views
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The stage was set, Alabama vs. Notre Dame, a classic rivalry. These two teams are some of the most successful in college football history. Notre Dame was undefeated yet were still considered to be the underdogs, mainly because Alabama had a substantially more difficult schedule, considering the SEC fields... Read more »

Key Games that Will Decide the NFL Playoff Race

Key Games that Will Decide the NFL Playoff Race

December 18 • 1,956 views
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Week 14: Dallas Cowboys @ Cincinnati Bengals – With a Giants Loss, the Cowboys can tie for the NFC East lead with a win on the road vs. a tough Bengals team. The Bengals are looking to keep up with the Steelers and Colts in the Wild Card hunt.  If Dallas can get the run game going and have some ... Read more »

Questionable Rule Loses game for Lions

Questionable Rule Loses game for Lions

Joe Petro, Sports Editor
December 17 • 580 views
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In the Thanksgiving game between the Detroit Lions and Houston Texans, the Texans came out on top in overtime. However, whether the game should have gone into overtime has been a debated topic. Texans running back Justin Forsett had an 81 yard touchdown run in the 3rd quarter; however, he appeared t... Read more »

The Ride of a Lifetime

The Ride of a Lifetime

Austin Straub
December 17 • 589 views
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On September 1,2012 the University of Notre Dame played their first football game of the season and started it off with a bang by defeating Navy by more than 20 points. The Fighting Irish, as they are often referred to, started the season with a new head coach, Brian Kelly, and a new quarterback, Everett... Read more »

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