Vote’s In…Now What?

Northwestern is amidst a historic battle in which Kain Colter and CAPA (College Athletes Players Association) filed a suit for the right to be regarded as employees and be considered a union.  For more background information, check out a previous … Continue reading

MLB: The AZ Diamondbacks need to get in “SYNC”

The Arizona Diamondbacks shook up their pitching rotation and batting order on Monday night, but with the same result, a loss to the Mets. The loss was the fourth straight for the Diamondbacks and they are now 1-9 at home … Continue reading

NCAA: Madness Recapped

The 2014 NCAA Tournament proved to be one of the most unpredictable tournaments we’ve seen yet. UConn’s sweep of both the men’s and women’s tournaments not only proved the school’s dominance in the sport of basketball (not that it was … Continue reading

NCAA: UConn takes down Kentucky to win championship

The University of Connecticut Huskies are on top of the college basketball world after defeating the University of Kentucky Wildcats on Monday night with a final score of 60-54 marking the first time in tournament history that a 7-seed ended … Continue reading

Kentucky’s freshmen five look to shock the nation

After all the bracket busting and heart-throbbing drama, it is once again time to bid farewell to March Madness.  As always, it has been an insane spectacle of unpredictable events.  While some of my predictions have been painfully off, I … Continue reading

NU Football Stays Focused Among Union Talk

On a picture perfect Chicago spring day, one would never guess the Northwestern football team was amidst a historic battle, in regards to the unionization of its players.  Testing out their soon to be permanent home along the lakeside (construction … Continue reading

Florida-Connecticut rematch has championship implications

The Final Four teams are in place, and Florida looks determined to continue to prove why they are the number one seed. With impressive and commanding wins in each of their tournament games, Florida is looking to try and stop … Continue reading

Dayton, Stanford compete for a spot in the Elite Eight

The road to the Sweet Sixteen had a lot of unexpected twists and turns, ending in a lot of heartbreaks, Cinderella stories, and shredded brackets. And the tourney isn’t over yet. The championship game is fast-approaching, and with this year’s … Continue reading

Parker and Wiggins expose critical flaws in tournament

He has the size.  He can run the floor better than anyone.  He can score from down low and beyond the arc.  This freshman has all the skill sets to make it at the next level. Sounds familiar?  These are … Continue reading

NCAA: Wildcats look to carry momentum into Elite Eight

The Arizona Wildcats have handled the pressure of being a number one seed quite well in the first two rounds of the NCAA tournament. With impressive wins over Weber State and Gonzaga, the Wildcats are heading to the Sweet Sixteen … Continue reading