Category: Sports

The NFL and COVID-19

By: John Robbins During the weekend of October 3rd, almost three NFL games were affected by the Coronavirus. The first game affected was the Tennessee Titans against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Twenty players and staff members from Tennessee tested positive for COVID-19, leading to the postponement of the Steelers […]

BIG TEN

By John Robbins Big Ten Headquarters, Rosemont, Illinois – The Big Ten Conference voted to start playing football on the 23rd and 24th of October. On August 11th, the Big Ten schools’ presidents voted to cancel all fall sports, including football, with the hope of playing the season […]

Games to Watch – Week 4

The Southeastern Conference, SEC, start their games this week leading to even better matchups in week four of the college football season. #5 Florida at Ole Miss – Noon – ESPN The fifth ranked Florida Gators open their season on the road in Oxford, Mississippi against the Ole […]

The Big TEN

By John Robbins Big Ten Conference headquarters, located in Rosemont, Illinois, voted to start playing football on October 24th. On August 11th, the Big Ten schools’ presidents voted to cancel all fall sports, including football, with the hope of playing the season in the spring of 2021. After […]

THE NFL IS BACK!!

By Austin Balaschak Thursday September 10th, 2020 at 8:30 p.m., what seemed impossible merely two months ago has now kicked off! I am referring to the NFL season. In the season opener, it was the defending Super Bowl champions the Kansas City Chiefs pitted against the Houston Texans. […]

NBA Playoffs

By Trou Johnson Greenville PA (April 9th, 2019) – With the 1. NBA playoffs knocking at the door there are a few squads that are not usually on the other side. The 2. Milwaukee Bucks and 3. Brooklyn Nets, not your typical residents have made their selves at […]