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10 Biggest Changes in 100 Years of the NFL
The 10 Biggest Changes in 100 Years of the NFL
Last Word Staff - Sep 16, 2019

When the NFL first started in 1920, it wasn’t the high-flying spectacle it is now. Here are the moments that shaped America’s game in 100 years of the NFL.

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How The UFC Prospered Thanks to Reality TV
Michael Kovacs, ADMIN - Oct 27, 2020

The UFC as we know it today might not exist as the powerhouse it is without a pivotal reality television series entitled The Ultimate Fighter. Before we get into what saved this company, let’s take a quick look back at how it started.  The Idea The idea was spawned by Art Davie, who first approached […]

2020-21 Atlantic Sun Basketball Preview

LWOS continues its conference preview series with the Atlantic Sun Basketball Preview. This is a league that has produced some good mid-majors over the last few seasons. Liberty won an NCAA Tournament game two years ago and was primed to do it again this past season. Lipscomb was the NIT runner-up in 2019. Those programs […]

Ilya Ivashka in action on the ATP Challenger Tour
Challenger Tour Weekly Recap: Huesler Still the Man to Beat, Ivashka Triumphant in Istanbul
Damian Kust, Editor - Oct 26, 2020

For the first time since the season resumed in August, ATP Challenger Tour tennis was played on a surface other than clay, with an indoor carpet event held in Ismaning in Bavaria and an outdoor hard-court tournament organised in Istanbul. But what didn’t change was the entertaining tennis. Here’s a recap of what you might […]

2020-21 ACC Basketball Preview

LWOS’ coverage of the NCAA continues with the ACC basketball preview. The ACC is one of the best conferences in basketball every year. This year will be no different. While the conference may be razor-thin at the bottom, the top four are fantastic. The ACC has four teams that can easily win a National Championship […]

Diogo Jota
Diogo Jota Needed to Settle in Quickly at Liverpool and Has Done Just That

One of the few hindrances to having an established, world-class talent in your team is that when you need to rest them, the player coming into replace them often cannot perform to the same levels. Tottenham Hotspur have had it for years with Harry Kane, but will be hopeful that the addition of Carlos Vinicius […]

Wawrinka in action at the ATP Rome Masters
Does Stan Wawrinka have another Slam in him?
Glenys Furness - Oct 24, 2020

Stan Wawrinka is on the comeback trail. The 35-year-old Swiss #2 has had a fair share of injuries. Most recently back in 2017. In the semifinal of Roland Garros that year, Wawrinka was facing the runner up from the previous year, Andy Murray. The Brit and Swiss pushed each other hard for five sets, with […]

2020-21 American Athletic Conference Basketball Preview

LWOS coverage of the college basketball season continues with the American Athletic Conference (AAC) preview. The AAC is one of the best mid-major conferences in the country and should be a three bid league this year, at least. There is plenty of talent in this league, but as usual, these teams will be known for […]

Ugo Humbert celebrates winning a point at the European Open
Ugo Humbert Continues His Impressive Rise At The European Open
Martin Keady - Oct 23, 2020

2020 has been the most extraordinary and the most extraordinarily disrupted year in living memory, in tennis as in every other area of life. But Ugo Humbert is finishing it very much in the manner that he started it, playing superb tennis and scoring some memorable wins over higher-ranked opponents. A year ago, Humbert was […]