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Brendan Canning

The Three Greatest Super Bowls 1

  • Posted by: Brendan Canning
  • January 30, 2014, 7:30 PM

lombardi trophySuper Bowl XLVIII is coming up, with Peyton Manning leading his Broncos against Russell Wilson’s Seahawks. Of course, everyone thinks the four-time MVP Manning will fall because of his lack of wins in big games, although he was the MVP of Super Bowl XLI. I’m predicting Manning will hold up and lead the Broncos to victory, but it’s not for me to decide.

With nearly 50 Super Bowls played, there have been a lot of memorable moments, both good and bad. Sometimes big-name players and teams succeed under pressure and sometimes they collapse. Here are my top three Super Bowls of all-time.
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Logan Schayes

Mark Eaton: The REALLY Big Man! 3

  • Posted by: Logan Schayes
  • January 29, 2014, 12:40 PM

What are the odds? How can someone who only got three minutes of playing time during his high school career, and only 47 minutes of playing time at a major college program, become an NBA All-Star?


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Logan Glick

Think Ahead About Your Head 3

  • Posted by: Logan Glick
  • January 29, 2014, 12:30 PM

Since I was four years old I have been playing hockey. I started my travel career when I was a Squirt (8-10 years old). Now I am 12 and playing at the Peewee level (10-12 years old). Next year I enter the Bantams (13-15 years old), which means it will be the first year that I am allowed to check. USA Hockey rules allow different types of checking in the Bantams, from a body check to checking against the boards. More »

Jake Aron

New MLB Instant Replay: Coming in 2014 1

  • Posted by: Jake Aron
  • January 28, 2014, 4:54 PM

It's not often that all 30 MLB owners, managers, umpires, and players agree on something. This offseason, they all agreed on new expanded instant replay rules that will start this season. A lot of people think this is a good thing, including me.

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Andrew Wild

NBA Midseason Awards 2

  • Posted by: Andrew Wild
  • January 24, 2014, 11:42 PM

Although a lot of the NBA’s biggest stars haven’t made it with us, we’ve reached the midpoint of the season and it’s time to hand out some awards.

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Haley Smilow

The Biggest Moves of Baseball's Offseason 0

  • Posted by: Haley Smilow
  • January 22, 2014, 10:31 AM

Congratulations to the World Champion Boston Red Sox on the worst-to-first turnaround. Spring training is around the corner, and it has been an eventful off-season. This off-season, like many others before, had a lot of big names on the market. Will this be the year we get a team that will rise from the bottom to the pennant? More »

Veronica Louise Mendoza

Gators Go to State! 4

  • Posted by: Veronica Louise Mendoza
  • January 15, 2014, 1:07 PM

For the first time in my high school’s history, our varsity football team went to the state championships. Right before finals week rolled in, the small, private high school in the Silicon Valley gave it their all by winning the Northern California Division III championship game against El Cerrito. According to many sports commentators, the Gators were predicted to lose to the Gauchos. More »

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