College basketball preps for Madness

March 3, 2017 0

Mike Saladino Staff Writer As the calendars turn into the month of March, the feeling of madness is right around the corner. Aside for the First Four, March Madness starts on Thursday March 16. In

A week of upsets

November 18, 2016 0

The selection committee had an easy job two weeks ago, as there were four undefeated major-conference teams that were leading the way in college football. Alabama, Clemson, Michigan and Washington seemed to be poised to

College football players: the unpaid workers

April 21, 2016 0

Kris Thomas Staff Writer The National Football League: the ultimate endgame for all inspiring kids growing up with the dream of playing professional football. But what is the drive of pursuing this goal? The bright

Villanova sinks UNC at the buzzer

April 12, 2016 0

Mike Eshleman Staff Writer After a wild circus three-point shot by University of North Carolina guard Marcus Paige tied the game up at 74, many viewers thought that this already classic national championship game was

Down to the Final Four

March 30, 2016 0

Krystle Bittner Staff Writer The first round of March Madness was filled with a handful of very unlikely upsets. Every year there is at least one 12 seed that beats a 5, but this year

Analyzing the ACC

March 5, 2016 0

Tyler Helsabeck Staff Writer The ACC has always been a premier conference, and this year is no different. The super-conference boasts three of the top ten teams and five of the top 17 in the

Missing Out: The case of Ben Simmons

February 24, 2016 0

Sam Valentin Staff Writer Everyone has been thoroughly entertained by Buddy Hield dropping, Dukes demise and rise, and all the upsets that have the rankings changing like the stock market floor before the closing bell.

Penn State looking for success

December 9, 2015 0

Dan Zalewski Associate Sports Editor For many football fans the excitement of college football does not compare to the overwhelming draw of the National Football League, especially on a Sunday. This past Sunday, however, all

Hope for Ohio State

December 5, 2015 0

Dan Zalewski Associate Sports Editor In only its second year, the college football playoff system is doing exactly what the NCAA was hoping it would do. The buzz and excitement of making it into the

Leaving it on the turf

November 20, 2015 0

Sam Valentin Sports Editor Millersville and West Chester met in the NCAA Semifinals in another overtime thriller that was only decided by a goal. It is a fitting end to another chapter of the classic

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