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A Long History of First Round Busts: The Philadelphia Eagles

By Tyler Douris

Over the years, there’s been quite a few great Eagles teams, but it seems they’re just a player or two away from finally bringing home the Super Bowl. 345 more words

Will anyone knock off the Golden State Warriors?

By: Glenn Brown

Since this is my last story ever in Sports journalism II, I wanted to write a story about something that has happened throughout my two semesters in this class. 376 more words

Who will the Cleveland Browns draft?

By Sierra Morrison

The Cleveland Browns have been in the news lately and not for good reasons. Last season, the Cleveland Browns went 1-15 and is the worst team in the NFL. 281 more words

North Carolina gets Deliverance and a title

By Leland Stein III

GLENDALE, Az. – This was my 21st Final Four and I have to interject that this collection of college basketball teams assembled together in Phoenix were extremely unique. 983 more words

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Awe-inspiring collection of Scholars/Athletes inducted into Watkins Family

By Leland Stein III

WASHINGTON DC – At the pronounced Renaissance Hotel in the District of Columbia, the National Alliance of African American Athletes (The Alliance) recently hosted it 26th consecutive Franklin D. 1,003 more words

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Column: Line Drives — Break busted burnout beliefs

I played baseball for nine years. I was a football player for six more.

But I didn’t make it to my junior year of high school in either. 787 more words


Sports Column: QB cousins situation sets balance between commitment to current team and a complete rebuild for Washington


Staff Writer


The Kirk Cousins saga with Washington will enter part two as fans await the 2017 NFL season. The Washington Redskins’ quarterback enters an interesting situation as the offseason continues. 1,089 more words