December 15, 2018
  • 1:22 pm Women’s soccer has surprising loss
  • 1:21 pm Football crushes Wooster in annual game
  • 1:19 pm In the aftermath of firing Ty Lue
  • 1:18 pm Field Hockey heads to NCAC tournament
  • 1:17 pm Men’s soccer comes to a close
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The “Battle for the Old Red Lantern” wasn’t all that much of a battle this year. In what is usually a closely fought rivalry game, the Big Red topped Wooster in a dominant 66-18 win that also served as the team’s senior night. Despite the added pressure of senior night and the rivalry game, the […]

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Another year, another series of calls to boycott the NFL from old, white Trump-supporting men who refuse to drink tap water due to not wanting to be under communist mind control. However, week one of the NFL brought many more controversies than being allowed to practice the first amendment during the National Anthem. To give […]

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As I sat there watching everything unfold, I’m not gonna lie, I was shocked. What the heck were the Cleveland Browns thinking? I mean seriously. With the first overall pick, they selected the Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield, a guy who some thought was the fourth best quarterback in the draft. Then, with the fourth overall […]

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OPINION– Dear Philadelphia, I really don’t like you. I think your fans are obnoxious. I think your teams belong in mediocrity. I think you threw snowballs at and booed Santa. I just don’t like you. But congrats. Seriously. From a New York fan. While seeing you guys win is not easy, it was the better […]

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The annual 52nd Super Bowl which featured the New England Patriots facing off against the Philadelphia Eagles that aired this past Sunday, February 4, provided an entertaining sports competition, along with many comedic, heartwarming and intense advertisements. For some the motivation to tune into the big game in the first place is less so for […]

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MAX CURTIN, TEDDY AUMAN REVIEW– Survive and advance. In many cases, this mantra epitomizes professional sports. Undoubtedly, the final two NFL teams standing this year have withstood more than their fair shares of obstacles throughout the season. To sit atop their respective conferences at year’s end is one thing, but to defend home field advantage […]

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