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Neco Williams

Neco Williams: Abuse of Liverpool Youngster Points to Wider Societal Issues

When a football Goliath-like Liverpool comes up against its own David in the cup, you would expect the Reds would march on. This was the case last week as the Premier League champions romped to a 7-2 victory over Lincoln City in the Carabao Cup. Yet, despite advancing to the next stage with ease, fans […] READ MORE

Los Angeles Lakers vs. Miami Heat Finals Preview

What a journey it has been so far. Several questions surrounded the bubble and persisted throughout, but the basketball and storylines have been incredible. The Los Angeles Lakers ran the Western Conference and did the same in the playoffs. It’s no surprise that a LeBron James lead team once again makes the Finals. The Eastern […] READ MORE

The Wichita State Crash – 50 Years Later

50 years ago, the sports world had one of its biggest tragedies. On October 2nd, 1970, two planes departed from Wichita, Kansas carrying the Wichita State football team players, coaches, staff, and boosters. Both the “Black” and the “Gold” planes completed the first leg of the trip successfully and landed in Denver, Colorado to refuel. […] READ MORE

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Let’s Not Muck About: New Handball Law is a Product of VAR

At first, it all looked innocuous, as it initially always does. Crystal Palace had a chance to double their lead at Old Trafford, but Jordan Ayew’s shot was blocked by Victor Lindelof and Manchester United thought they had gotten away with it. Except they hadn’t, as VAR called back Martin Atkinson to check for handball, […] READ MORE

Brayden Point

Brayden Point Leads Tampa Bay Lightning To Stanley Cup Championship

The redemption story is complete. For the first time since 2004, the Tampa Bay Lightning are Stanley Cup Champions. The Lightning defeated the Dallas Stars in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final by a score of 2-0 to win the Stanley Cup. Tampa Bay was led by Andrei Vasilevskiy, who stopped all 22 shots […] READ MORE

NBA Finals: Los Angeles Lakers’ Return Offers Memories of 2010

In just his second season in purple and gold, LeBron James has carried the Los Angeles Lakers to its first NBA Finals appearance since 2010. One step closer to the promised land of an NBA Championship.  The Lakers won the title in 2010, with a seven-game series win over the Boston Celtics. Well, it’s safe […] READ MORE

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LeBron James Notches Historic 10th Finals Berth

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before; LeBron James is back in the NBA Finals. His Los Angeles Lakers advanced to their record-setting 32nd Finals after an easy 12-3 run through the Western Conference Playoffs. Now, James joins a shortlist of NBA players to reach double-digit title bouts. LeBron James Reaches Ninth Finals in […] READ MORE

Clarke Schmidt

Clarke Schmidt Ready For Important First MLB Start

Although the New York Yankees were a preseason favorite in the AL, they have lacked the consistency that they were expected to display. Heading into Sunday’s season finale, they can clinch no higher than the fifth seed in the league, currently with a 33-26 record. However, if they lose it is possible that Toronto Blue […] READ MORE

Roy Hodgson

Roy Hodgson: Forty-Four Years a Football Manager

Against the odds, Roy Hodgson’s Crystal Palace toppled Manchester United in their own backyard last weekend to make it two wins from two this campaign. Having been among the favourites to go down, it appears there is still plenty of life in 73-year-old Hodgson and his South London squad. His longevity certainly makes you wonder where […] READ MORE