The Philadelphia Eagles entered a tough battle with the Baltimore Ravens today, looking to have a better and more balanced offensive attack. However, that didn’t happen until later in the game. They just could not get consistent enough play against the Ravens. Continue reading Short Eagles
The Philadelphia Eagles entered the battle of Pennsylvania looking to get their second win of the season against the undefeated Pittsburgh Steelers. Unfortunately, the Eagles brought their special teams and offensive units, but left the defense in Philadelphia. Continue reading Steeled Eagles
The Philadelphia Eagles were telling everybody who would listen that they would get right against the Cincinnati Bengals today. However, for the seventh time in franchise history and the second time since 2008 they tied with the Bengals 23-23. Continue reading Tied Birds
The Philadelphia Eagles were confident that if they limited turnovers and cleaned up their offensive line, they would have a chance against the Los Angeles Rams this week. Continue reading Rammed Eagles
The Philadelphia Eagles entered the start of the 2020-2021 NFL season with faster receivers and an upgraded secondary. As they entered a pivotal divisional game against the Washington Football team to open the new season. Continue reading Fallen Eagles
This era was called “The Process,” and for Brown his time in Philly came to an end today after being swept by the Boston Celtics yesterday in the first round of the NBA Playoffs. Continue reading Brown Out
he Philadelphia 76ers entered game 4 of their first-round playoff match-up with the Boston Celtics, with their pride on the line. For the first time in the history of the series with the Celtics they were facing the possibility of being swept. Continue reading Broken Sixers
The Philadelphia 76ers entered their Game 3 match-up against the Boston Celtics looking to put up a fight and get a victory. The good news for the Sixers they showed fight and fought the Celtics all throughout the game. Continue reading Slipping Sixers
Entering game 2 of their first round series in the NBA Playoffs. The Philadelphia 76ers knew they needed to limit their turnovers and get center Joel Embiid some help on the offensive side of the ball. If they wanted to even up the series with the Boston Celtics. Continue reading Outpaced Sixers
The Philadelphia 76ers started their first-round match-up against the Boston Celtics, severely undermanned. They were missing their perimeter defensive anchor in forward Ben Simmons. The Celtics were able to take advantage of his absence and ride their high-powered offense to an 109-101 victory. Continue reading Celtics Handed A Gift
The Philadelphia 76ers are now locked into the sixth seed in the Eastern Conference. They knew that before they stepped on the floor against the Toronto Raptors tonight. They did not have much to play for either as they are locked into the second seed in the East. However, when these two teams get together it creates a thrilling game. Continue reading The Raptors Maul the Sixers
The Phoenix Suns were desperate for a win as they faced an under-manned Philadelphia 76ers team. Who were missing forwards Al Horford and Tobias Harris who both had sore ankles, and also missing guard Josh Richardson who was resting. The Suns were able to take advantage of a weakened team and beat them 130-117. Continue reading Scorched Sixers
The Philadelphia 76ers were riding high with a three-game winning streak. However, they faced a Portland Trailblazers team who were desperate for a win. After, dropping a winnable game yesterday to a weakened Clippers team. Continue reading Trailblazed Sixers.
The phrase “next man up” is usually associated with football. However, for the Philadelphia 76ers in the absence of Ben Simmons they needed someone else to be the third scorer behind forward Tobias Harris and center Joel Embiid. Enter guard Alec Burks. Continue reading Burks to The Future.
The Philadelphia 76ers played the Washington Wizards in their third game of the NBA restart. This was supposed to be a relatively easy match-up for them. However, the way this team is playing nothing is as easy as advertised. Continue reading The Sixers Solve the Wizards.
They lost that game 127-121. It was a team loss, but the main targets for blame after were head coach Brett Brown and guard Shake Milton. Milton played a key role in tonight’s win against the Spurs. Continue reading Shake to The Rescue
The Philadelphia 76ers had everything working to their advantage, as they headed into a pivotal game tonight against the Pacers. They were missing Center Damontas Sabonis and Malcolm Brogdon. They needed someone to step up against the Sixers. Enter Forward TJ Warren. Warren dropped 53 points and led the Pacers to a 127-121 victory over the Sixers. Continue reading Warren Lights Up the Sixers
For most of the 2019-20 NBA season the Philadelphia 76ers were underachieving. They were projected to be a top seed in the Eastern Conference, but midway through the season they were the sixth seed and had a 39-26 record. With the season cut short by the Covid-19 outbreak in the United States. The team now has a new lease on life and are optimistic about their chances at playoff success. Continue reading Unlocking The Sixers
The game marked the debut of Sabrina Ionescu for the Liberty, and the return of Breanna Stewart and Sue Bird for the Storm. It lived up to the billing as the Storm spoiled Ionescu debut and beat the Liberty 87-71 to kick off the season. Continue reading The Liberty get Stormed Out
The Sixers stepped on the court today for a scrimmage against the Memphis Grizzlies and dominated the game while debuting a new line-up. Continue reading The Sixers Muzzle the Grizzlies
Maya Moore decided to stop playing in the WNBA to dedicate herself to helping Jonathan Irons get out of prison. Continue reading Moore Than An Athlete
By: Kylan Watson The country is still in turmoil because of the death of George Floyd on May 25th, an unarmed black man killed in police custody in Minneapolis Minnesota. Many athletes have been voicing their displeasure at what happened … Continue reading Carson Wentz and Zach Ertz Step Up to The Plate
By: Kylan Watson The most drama filled part of the 2020 NFL Draft happened after the 11th pick by the New York Jets. Where the wide receiver sweepstakes began. The later it got in the draft the more a lot … Continue reading Eagles Chose Fit Over Talent
By: Kylan Watson One of the biggest problems for the Philadelphia Eagles in the 2019-2020 season was the receiving core. The wide receivers’ core was arguably the most hyped thing about the team. They managed to reacquire DeSean Jackson, had … Continue reading Ruggs III The Playmaker The Eagles Need
By: Kylan Watson At the end of last season, the Philadelphia Eagles General Manager Howie Roseman talked about the need to get younger and inject some young blood into the team. The new philosophy has been seen now as the … Continue reading In Quest to Get Younger Eagles lose the Heart and Soul of the Team
Skaneateles Lake Getting Warmer Because of Climate Change Game-Winning Shot Propels Lafayette to Another Title Web Extra: NCC Podcast, June 13, 2019 Rent Increasing in Syracuse Continue reading Clips from Reporting in Central New York
Kobe Bryant and eight others passed away in a helicopter crash yesterday morning. Here is my tribute to my basketball and professional inspiration. Continue reading My Basketball and Professional Inspiration.
By: Kylan Watson The 2019-2020 NFL season was filled with so much promise for the Philadelphia Eagles. The team picked up some big pieces during free agency. They signed Defensive Tackle Malik Jackson, to be a big part of a … Continue reading Injuries Derail Another Promising Season for the Eagles
By: Kylan Watson It was all set up for the Eagles, their rival the Dallas Cowboys loss to the Buffalo Bills during a Thanksgiving Day match-up. All the Eagles had to do was beat the Miami Dolphins. The Eagles could … Continue reading The Eagles Lay an Egg Against the Dolphins
Here are my up to date Broadcast Resume reels. I am currently looking for a position in news or sports. Sports Reporter/Anchor/MMJ Reel: Reporter/MMJ/Anchoring Reel: Continue reading Updated Reel
By: Kylan Watson It was all right there for the Philadelphia Eagles a chance to take first place in the NFC East, after getting blown out by the Minnesota Vikings in Minneapolis last week. All the Eagles had to do … Continue reading Reality Check for the Eagles.
I am getting ready to graduate from Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications with a Masters of Science Degree in Broadcast and Digital Journalism with a concentration in Sports Communications. I am hoping to become a sports reporter, … Continue reading Resume Reel.
By: Kylan Watson In front of 2,464 people, the Syracuse University Women’s Basketball team suffered a heartbreak to the South Dakota State University. The Jackrabbits were able to hit some late threes to beat the Orange 75-64. It was looking … Continue reading Heartbreak in the Dome.
By: Kylan Watson The Syracuse University Women’s Basketball team entered postseason play as the three seed, in the Portland, Oregon division of the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament. They earned the right to host their half of the bracket inside the … Continue reading The Orange Move On
By: Kylan Watson The Syracuse Women’s Basketball team were riding high after routing Pittsburgh. They had a prime-time match-up against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and they were not up to the challenge. They were routed by the Fighting Irish … Continue reading Syracuse Fails The Test
Check out some of the news packages that I put together during this past semester. Fall 18: Spring 19: Continue reading Work Samples