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 The Philadelphia Eagles just got into the playoffs by the skin of their teeth. They had to beat the Redskins and the Bears had to beat the Vikings last week. Both of those outcomes happened, and the … Continue reading Dangerous Birds.
By: Kylan Watson, Syracuse, N.Y. There were five-minutes and seven-seconds left in the fourth quarter and the Syracuse Football team was in a dire situation. They were down by a touchdown to a more than ready UNC football team. The … Continue reading The Spark The Orange Needed.
By: Kylan Watson In front of a raucous crowd the Syracuse Orange played the Wagner University Seahawks in their home opener. From the opening kickoff the Orange were the superior team. They were able to force nine turnovers and were … Continue reading The Orange Clip The Seahawks Wings
By: Kylan Watson Today marks the official return of football. The Atlanta Falcons are just a few hours away from facing a familiar foe in the Philadelphia Eagles. The one major difference is the Eagles are the defending Super Bowl … Continue reading The Dirty Birds Vs. The Champs
By: Kylan Watson Throughout most of the NBA offseason the biggest question was what team would Spurs Forward, Kawhi Leonard play for this season? Leonard has been very frustrated with the Spurs organization and the drama had been unfolding last … Continue reading Kawhassic World
By: Kylan Watson In 2017, when Magic Johnson took over as the President of Basketball Operations for the Los Angeles Lakers, a lot of Lakers fans had hope again and Johnson was making some huge promises to Lakers fans. Promises … Continue reading The King Chooses LA
By: Kylan Watson The Philadelphia 76ers had a great 2017-2018 NBA Season, they had a 52-30 record and were able to make it to the NBA Playoffs, for the first time in six years. Now the Sixers will enter the … Continue reading The Sixers Are on The Clock
By: Kylan Watson Last week, the Cleveland Cavaliers were fighting to keep their championship aspirations alive, as they faced the Golden State Warriors in Game 4 of the NBA Finals. The Cavaliers did not put up much of a fight … Continue reading Warriors End The LeBron Era in Cleveland
By: Trent Sullivan Nintendo’s E3 2018 Press Conference is drawing closer, on Tuesday, June 12th at 12 pm EST. Two years after releasing the Nintendo Switch, Nintendo has become very popular again, with games like Splatoon 2 (a family friendly … Continue reading The Big N Makes a Triumphant Return to E3
By: Kylan Watson The Golden State Warriors are riding high after beating the Cavaliers in two straight games in the 2018 NBA Finals. The Golden State Warriors have been an offensive juggernaut through the early part of the Finals. They … Continue reading Can the Cavs Win a Game in the 2018 NBA Finals?
By: Kylan Watson In early June seeing Citizens Bank Park nearly filled is a welcome sight, and most people would believe it would be for a Philadelphia Phillies home game. However, on this night 25,000 people did not come to … Continue reading Wentz Is Finding His Voice