Paul Rabil's Premiere Lacrosse League

Although there is the National Lacrosse League and the Major Lacrosse League, there is now a new league for lacrosse players to benefit from called the Premiere Lacrosse League. The new league is set to start on June 1st, 2019 and it is group of 140 of the best lacrosse players in the world.

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Liam PrentisComment
DROSE Turns Back Time

Back in 2011, Derrick Rose held up the trophy for Most Valuable Player. This would only be three years after entering the league and being drafted number one in the 2008 NBA draft. At 22 years old he became the youngest player to ever win the MVP and still holds that record to this day per NBA.com.

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Katherine SheridanComment
The Football Coach That Never Punts

In Little Rock, Arkansas, Kevin Kelley and the Pulaski Academy Bruins play a different kind of football than everyone else. Coach Kelley play the game like nobody has seen, they don't punt, they don't kick field goals and they only go for onside kicks.


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Liam PrentisComment
Is Harden Better with Paul off the Court?

After suffering a strain to his left hamstring, Chris Paul has been on a day-to-day recovery time table but was recently given a projected return in mid January. Sitting on the bench unfortunately, is nothing new for the Houston Rocket point guard. Paul’s 2018 playoff run was also cut short due to a leg injury that he suffered in Game 5 of the Western Conference Finals per CBS Sports.


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Katherine SheridanComment
NFL MVP Race Heating Up

With the NFL season winding down, the NFL award winners are shaping into place. While awards such as OROY seems to be a lock for Saquon Barkley, and Aaron Donald seems to have just about locked up his second consecutive DPOY. However, the MVP race is one for the ages. The stats put up this year by Patrick Mahomes, Drew Brees, Philip Rivers, and even Aaron Donald have been unbelievable. A case can be made for each of these players, so I went around taking a survey asking people who their MVP is.


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Evan AckermanComment
The Rise of Lacrosse

“Lacrosse’s million dollar man,”deemed so by US Lacrosse Magazine, has just raised the bar-or stick. Paul Rabil, a John Hopkins alumni has been playing professional lacrosse since 2008 and  has taken on the task of bringing his sport to the next level. Rabil, who was named MVP in 2015, has been the prime contributor to bettering the league.



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Katherine Sheridan
Lebron Gives Back

PROMISE KEPT! …  Lebron James made a promise to the city of  Akron in Northeast Ohio when he announced he’d be coming home for the second time. His promise would consist of building a school for at-risk children in Akron . He also vowed that he would “bring a championship home to this city,” to FOX sports reporters back in 2014 which he did in the most epic way possible (but I’ll save that for a later time). Fast forward to the summer of 2018, July 30th was the opening of this state of the art facility for underprivileged children.

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Katherine Sheridan
Not What We Expected

It’s already week eight of the NFL and the New York Giants look like it’s only been their eighth day practicing together. Their only win of the season came in week three when they took on the Houston Texans. As sad as it may be, the Giants are nothing new to offensive struggles.

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Katherine Sheridan
Miami to MVP: Christian Yelich

Swimming in the waters of Miami, MLB player Christian Yelich, would’ve never imagined he’d be in Milwaukee in an MVP race. With Derek Jeter at the helm of the Marlins organization, he decided it was time to rebuild and they should trade their good players for multiple valuable prospects. After the death of Jose Fernandez, all the Marlins’ previous rebuilding was burned down; they had no ace to lead them to contention. All that was left was the tremendous trio of Giancarlo Stanton, Marcell Ozuna, and Christian Yelich.

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Why Kyrie Irving will go to the Knicks

Kyrie Irving is a superstar point guard who plays for the Boston Celtics, with the 2018-2019 NBA season coming up lots of questions are being raised about his future in a Celtic uniform. There have been many concerning rumors for Celtic fans talking about Kyrie Irving going to the New York Knicks for the 2019-2020 NBA season.

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Ryan Rittberger
The No Fun League… a.k.a the NFL

The NFL has  a reputation of being America’s ‘no fun’ league for multiple seasons. From penalties due to excessive celebration or customized footwear, the NFL is on its way to becoming the most hated league by its own players.  Recently though, the NFL has become more lenient with uniform regulations and what players can and cannot wear on their feet.

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Katherine Sheridan
The Celtics 2019 Season

Going into the 2017-18 NBA season, the Boston Celtics basically blew up their entire  roster and acquired two NBA All-Stars in Kyrie Irving and Gordon Hayward. They also acquired from the draft what seems to be a future superstar, Jayson Tatum, who had a spectacular first year, adding to their roster who the season prior, was the one seed.

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Jackson McGill
Rookie Spotlight: First Impressions

Late round players often emerge as huge stars; players like Antonio Brown, Richard Sherman, and last year’s standouts Kareem Hunt and Alvin Kamara, were all post-3rd round picks. Tom Brady, arguably the greatest QB of all-time, was picked in the sixth round. However this season, it’s top picks like Sam Darnold and Saquon Barkley that the fans are excited about, and the beginning of the season has been no disappointment.

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Evan Ackerman
JUSTICE SERVED ON THE COURT

Being an athlete is tough, but being a female athlete can be extremely challenging. Although men and women are equal in the sense of athleticism there tends to be a double standard in the media in the way female athletes are treated. Instead of focusing on their athletic abilities, magazines are often more focused on what the athlete is wearing than the game itself.

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Sarah DeVito