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Harrison Clark

Your Summer Sports Viewing Guide 33

  • Posted by: Harrison Clark
  • May 20, 2011, 4:26 PM

Soon school will be out. The NBA and NHL playoffs will be over. Your favorite baseball team will have the day off, and you’ll be watching your fifth wave of SportsCenter repeats. What are you going to watch? These events put an end to that question, immediately turning your random couch nap time into a chips n’ salsa sports fiesta. Here is my summer guide to sports…

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Sarah Rodriguez

Baseball's Early Season Surprises 56

  • Posted by: Sarah Rodriguez
  • May 20, 2011, 3:59 PM

When thinking about life, does anything go exactly as planned? Of course it doesn’t. This is extremely true when looking back on the first quarter of the 2011 MLB season. Certain teams and individual players have excelled beyond expectation, while other teams and players have undoubtedly preformed way below their anticipated numbers. Here is a look at a few teams and players that have definitely surprised many so far… More »

Connor Cox

Phil Jackson: The End of an Era 44

  • Posted by: Connor Cox
  • May 20, 2011, 2:40 PM

With 11 championships in 20 years as an NBA head coach; there is an argument that Phil Jackson is the greatest coach in NBA history. Others might say it’s Red Auerbach, legendary coach of the Boston Celtics, who led them to nine championships. Whatever side of the fence you fall on; there is no denying the fact that Jackson’s record is impressive.

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Yoni Monat

Professional Fans vs. High School Fans 31

  • Posted by: Yoni Monat
  • May 18, 2011, 4:50 PM

True or false question: The fan is the most important component in sports. 

Answer: It depends.

A fan of professional sports is essential for professional sports to exist. However, a fan of high school sports is not essential for high school sports to exist.

Professional sports are purely entertainment, and the industry is just that: a business. More »

Jillian Carroll

It's Time for AAU, Basketball's Other Big Season 6

  • Posted by: Jillian Carroll
  • May 18, 2011, 4:25 PM

Now that the NCAA has crowned its men’s and women’s basketball champions, it’s time to give the youth a chance to shine. 

Basketball is a fast-paced game that requires strength, speed, and hand-eye coordination. More »

Will Kubzansky

The Biggest Rivalries of All Time 35

  • Posted by: Will Kubzansky
  • May 18, 2011, 4:04 PM

I am a die-hard-only- play-with-the-Red-Sox-in-The-BIGS 2, cheer-every-time-they-hit-the-ball-Niagara-Falls-describes- my-tears-when-they-lose-in-the-playoffs kind of Red Sox fan. So this goes without saying: I HATE THE YANKEES. The Red Sox-Yankees rivalry has been around for more than 100 years, one of the longest standing rivalries ever. More »

Joely Rice

The White House Easter Egg Roll 14

  • Posted by: Joely Rice
  • May 13, 2011, 6:24 PM

I went to the White House Easter Egg Roll and interviewed Washington Redskins linebacker Lorenzo Alexander. Did I get to meet President Obama? Watch and find out...

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