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Cubs Comeback Could Be Greatest of All Time

In 1908, the Chicago Cubs won their second World Series. During this time, William Howard Taft became the 27th President of the United States, ABC and NBC didn’t exist, and the National Football League was nowhere in sight. 108 years later, the Cubs won their third World Series and the city of Chicago now swims […]

USF Football begins the process of funding 40 million dollar practice stadium

Celebrities Should Raise Their Voices For Social Justice

Amidst a plague of social injustice, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick refused to stand during the national anthem and instead kneeled on the sidelines. This prompted backlash from many on social media. Among them was “Final Thoughts” host and conservative Tomi Lahren, who continually used a ‘straw man’ argument to say that Kaepernick doesn’t […]

USF Football begins the process of funding 40 million dollar practice stadium

Olympic Women Left Living In Shadow Of Their Male Counterparts

he 2016 Rio Olympics left me with both a sense of pride and utter disdain. I am in awe of the amazing accomplishments these athletes have achieved, but furious at how Olympic women have been treated. They have broken records, won countless gold medals and displayed incredible sportsmanship. Yet somehow they cannot escape the shadow […]

USF Football begins the process of funding 40 million dollar practice stadium

Opinion: The Media v. Marshawn Lynch

“I’m thankful.” …  “I’m just here, so I won’t get fined.” …  “Thanks for asking.” These are the wise words of Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch. His repetitive utterances during interviews have struck a chord with fans and analysts all throughout America. And although Lynch’s skills with the pigskin are a big reason why […]

Opinion: Questions for the Bucs

On Sunday afternoon, the Baltimore Ravens sideline must’ve said something in pre game similar to Ronald Reagan’s famous words in 1987, “Tear down this wall!”. The Ravens broke down the Bucs defensive wall in every aspect. The Ravens offense flew passed the Buccaneer’s defense in the air with ease, as quarterback Joe Flacco threw 4 […]

Rays reflection of rough season

Before this baseball season, many experts predicted the Tampa Bay Rays would finish atop of the American League East Division. The reality isn’t as good for the Rays. The Rays welcomed back the 2013 A.L. Rookie of the Year, Wil Myers, third baseman Evan Longoria and arguably had one of the best pitching staffs entering […]

Perfect bracket? Unlikely

It only took a few days into the NCAA men’s basketball tournament for Warren Buffet to put his billion-dollar check back in his pocket. More than 60 million brackets were filled out in 2014 and not one was perfect halfway through the round of 32 teams. Fans were trying to win $1 billion from Buffet […]

Putin on a show in Sochi

What would Brian Boitano do if he were here right now? ‘Tis a question many of us have pondered since, when in 1999, Matt Stone and Trey Parker tunefully posed it to us in their film, “South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut.” To Mr. Stone, Mr. Parker and the viewing audience of NBC’s Olympics Opening […]