And we’re off: College football kick-off

And we’re off: College football kick-off

Zach Rizk, Columnist
September 8, 2013
Filed under College Sports, Columns, Top Stories

There really aren’t many things that I love as much as college football. Questionably better than my prized Chick-Fil-A, it's easy for me to acknowledge the month of September, of college football, as the most wonderful time of year. This year, it didn't take long for... Read more »

Analyzing Manziel: Actions expressing priorities

Analyzing Manziel: Actions expressing priorities

Zach Rizk, Columnist
August 26, 2013
Filed under College Sports, Columns, Football, Top Stories

Johnny Manziel. Johnny 'Football'. Johnny Heisman. We’ve all heard the nicknames for last year's Heisman trophy winner. But when was the last time you heard someone acknowledge the young phenomenon simply as a college student? It’s hard to acknowledge... Read more »

The great debate: Mike Rice

The great debate: Mike Rice

Jonny Glazier and Rohit Ramkumar
April 26, 2013
Filed under Basketball - Boys, Columns, Great Debate, Top Stories

Did the sports community and the entire nation overreact to the Mike Rice incident or did they react the right way? Rohit: I think that people are overreacting to this whole incident. Keep in mind, I am in no way condoning Mike Rice’s actions. Rather, I believe that the outside... Read more »

Don’t take stock in it

Don’t take stock in it

Jonny Glazier, Columnist
April 19, 2013
Filed under Columns, Featured Sports Scrollbox, Top Stories

The month of April is a nerve-wracking month for high school students and collegiate athletes alike. It’s a time of scrutinous judgment where they are frequently told, “sorry, but you’re just not up to our standards.” Now what is it that elite collegiate athletes and nervous high school students... Read more »

Life on the Line

Life on the Line

Kevin Kannappan, Staff Writer
April 19, 2011
Filed under Baseball, Features, Spring Sports, Volume 4 Issue 5

As I walked through the gate at Sunken Diamond, I had no idea what to expect.  The only thing running through my mind was the field in front of me—the field of my dreams.  The grass was cut to perfection almost as if a barber had come through the outfield with measuring tape and scissors.  The dirt... Read more »