Superbowl Recap

Marc Stacey, Staff Writer '17
March 20, 2015

On February 1st, 2015, the defending champions, the Seattle Seahawks, faced off against the New England Patriots in Superbowl 49. The Seahawks defeated the Green Bay Packers in an overtime showdown in Seattle, and the Patriots had no trouble getting past the Indianapolis Colts to help them appear in... Read more »

The Rise to the Top: Coach K

March 20, 2015

On February 13, 1947 Michael William Krzyzewski was born to William and Emily Krzyzewski in Chicago, Illinois. On many summer trips to his grandparents house in Keisterville, Pennsylvania, Mike learned that these visits “teach you to know where you came from and to be proud of it.” Mike then... Read more »

The G.O.A.T: Joe or Tom?

Kenny Tarantino '16, Staff Writer
March 20, 2015

When discussing professional sports, simply uttering the phrase “greatest of all-time” conjures images in one’s mind of championships, MVP awards, and records being broken. It also raises a ton of controversy. One of the most passionately contested “greatest of all-time” debates is the one... Read more »

Legitimizing “Spurs East”

Billy Fitzpatrick '16, Staff Writer
March 15, 2015

On December 26, 2013, the Atlanta Hawks were sitting in 3rd place in the Eastern Conference, behind only the budding Indiana Pacers and a Miami Heat team at the height of the ¨LeBron era.¨ That same day, the Hawks season took an unexpected turn when Al Horford, the team’s starting center and arguably... Read more »

NBA Christmas Unis TOP TEN

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Billy Fitzpatrick '16 & Kenny Tarantino '16, Staff Writers
December 19, 2014

In this issue, we take a look at the rapidly declining world of uniforms in The National Basketball Association. Can we just go back to short shorts? Everybody loves short shorts. Wait, what’s that? Not everybody loves short shorts? Well The Petroc does, and so does Chris Obekpa, so that’s all we... Read more »

NFL Midseason Report

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Joe Birsdall '17, Staff Writer
November 18, 2014

Midseason Power Rankings Denver Broncos Arizona Cardinals Dallas Cowboys New England Patriots Detroit Lions Philadelphia Eagles Green Bay Packers San Diego Chargers Indianapolis Colts Baltimore Ravens Seattle Seahawks Pittsburgh Steelers San Francisco 49ers Buffalo Bills Kansas... Read more »

United States Mens National Team: What’s Next?

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Billy Fitzpatrick '16, Staff Writer
November 18, 2014

For years, Landon Donovan has been the face of United States soccer. Now, that face has retired. While he was left off the US Men’s National Team squad at this summer’s World Cup, fans could write that off as a tactical decision on the part of head coach Jûrgen Klinsmann. But make no mistake about... Read more »

A Return to Glory?

Billy Fitzpatrick '16, Staff Writer
October 21, 2014

Sure, the NBA season does not officially begin until October 28, and the “meaningful” games that draw high TV ratings are still six months removed. But for many, each day that goes by is another day in a seemingly perpetual offseason of anxious anticipation. Much is being said about a Knicks organization... Read more »

A Call for Change

Nolan Collier '15 & Joe Manganello '15, Staff Writers
October 21, 2014

One of the most influential organizations in the world  may have it’s reputation permanently scarred. The National Football League, colloquially known as the NFL, has come into public focus for all the wrong reasons with their recent handling of the Ray Rice domestic violence incident among others.... Read more »

Mid-Season Football Re-Cap 2014

Kevin Connelly '16, Staff Writer
October 21, 2014

Coming into 2014, High School Football in New Jersey was expected to be a hot topic, and thus far High School Football is still a hot topic. With the likes of Don Bosco, St. Peter’s Prep, St. Joe’s Montvale, and Paramus Catholic all competing for the coveted top spot in the New Jersey High School... Read more »

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