May 4, 2018

This college basketball season has been thrilling and offbeat. The season has been filled with parity, scandals, surprises, controversy and an unprecedented amount of upsets.

The blue bloods of the sport are uncharacteristically struggling. Kentucky is the youngest team...

March 9, 2018

Having an eight-team playoff would eliminate most of college football’s biggest problems. The four team system is simply not working out, and it is time to expand again. Eight teams are by far the best option for expansion, and the NCAA has a lot of things to consider...

February 2, 2018

The NFL has been criticized heavily for its slapdash domestic violence policies, and it is obvious to the public that it needs reformed. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell does not know how to properly handle punishments and suspensions.

The NFL has very lax domestic violen...

December 15, 2017

Life as a Cleveland sports fan is quite miserable at times. I have become accustomed to having my heart ripped out of my chest year after year. Being a Cleveland sports fan is a true testament to one’s loyalty, and I will always support my teams regardless of their rec...

November 17, 2017

Beginning on Sept. 24, several NFL players began to protest the social and racial injustices of America in some form by either locking arms to show solidarity or kneeling during or before the national anthem. This controversy transcends the world of sports, and athlete...

October 18, 2017

I live for Saturdays and college football. The pinnacle for every top program is the same; make the playoff or the season is a complete disappointment. I predict that Alabama, USC, Oklahoma and Ohio State will be the four playoff teams.

Alabama has won four of the last...

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