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Super Bowl XLIX Debate, Part 1: Intro and Coaching

Welcome to Part I of our Super Bowl XLIX Debate, where we’ll introduce ourselves and argue about who has the coaching advantage. The rest of the series will be released over the next week and will include Quarterbacks (Part II), Offense (Part III), Defense (Part IV) and Special Teams/X-Factors/Predictions (Part V). 4,723 more words


Missed Opportunity - Day 21

When you are out there chin deep in water, smaller waves look big as do big waves. The goal is to hold out for a bigger wave. 194 more words


West Ham v Hull - A Game of 2 Halves

Hull got off to a bright start down the right hand side. In the first three minutes Aluko got past the West Ham Left back Tompkins with ease on a couple of occasions. 280 more words


Swansea 1 -1 West Ham

West Ham’s win-less run continues with Saturday’s disappointing draw with the Swans. Whilst such a result away from home would usually signal good news for the Upton Park faithful, this year expectations are are set to a brand new standard with everyone involved with the club expecting wins left right and centre. 520 more words

DeMatha Defeats Struggling Lions

Going into the Archbishop Carroll game, DeMatha was short-handed since sophomore DJ Harvey and senior Jaelin Grant were out due to injury. Despite not having two of their starters playing, DeMatha still outplayed a struggling Carroll team as they won 79-57. 330 more words

High School

A Series of Adaptations.

There’s a lot to be said about book adaptations. Whether they be movies, tv shows, stage productions, or even other books, people usually have wide-ranging opinions on the quality (or lack thereof) of these adaptations. 378 more words


It has begun!

Fear not, lovely readers!

Yesterday, I began a book. Yesterday, I also finished a book (sortof). After careful deliberation, I decided to read Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s… 157 more words