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
By: Kylan Watson The last-time the Syracuse Orange Women’s Basketball team was on the court, they were blown out by 22-points by the 18th rank Louisville Cardinals. They needed to make a statement as they played the Boston College Eagles … Continue reading Drummond’s Big Game.
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 The Villanova University Wildcats faced the University of Michigan Wolverines in the Men’s College Basketball National Championship game on Monday night. The Wildcats won their second title in two years. They beat Michigan by a score of … Continue reading Champion Wildcats!!!
By: Kylan Watson Tonight, will mark the end of a very tumultuous season in Men’s College Basketball. The FBI is investigating major programs like Louisville, NC State, Arizona, and many more. In the shadow of all this turmoil the NCAA … Continue reading Hungry Wolverines Vs. Streaking Wildcats!!!
By: Kylan Watson The University of Virginia Men’s basketball team was the strongest number one seed, in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. However, apparently no one told the Chesapeake Bay Retrievers of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County that they … Continue reading Down Goes Virginia!!!
By: Kylan Watson In 2005, former NBA Commissioner David Stern was able to raise the age limit to play in the NBA from 18 to 19 years-old. He also was able to get a rule passed that said that a … Continue reading NBA: Rectifying Its Past Mistakes
The University of Alabama Crimson Tide and University of Georgia Bulldogs are preparing for a battle of the SEC’s finest, in tonight’s NCAA College Football National Championship game. Tonight’s game is not only a renewal of a storied rivalry, but … Continue reading The Rolling Tide Vs. The Hungry Bulldogs
It took 75 years, but the University of Georgia Bulldogs took full advantage of their opportunity, to play the University of Oklahoma Sooners in the Rose Bowl. It took the Bulldogs two overtimes, but they were able to beat the … Continue reading Sooner, You Later!!!
By: Taroy Jackson The Miami Hurricanes defeated the Notre Dame “Fighting” Irish 41-8. The Hurricanes were able to beat the Irish by forcing a lot of turnovers. This was a statement game and the first real test for the Hurricanes. … Continue reading “The U Is Back”