2016 NFL Mock Draft

1. Los Angeles Rams Key Additions: Quinton Coples (LB/DE) Key Losses: Janoris Jenkins (CB) James Laurinaitis (ILB) Rodney McLeod (FS) Needs: WR QB DB ILB The Pick: Jared Goff, Quarterback, California Notes: The Rams gave up a king’s ransom to acquire the No. 1 pick in this year’s draft and many sources from both ESPN […]

Fall of the Spartans: How Middle Tennessee upset Michigan State

For Michigan State fans around the country, March 18, 2016 is a day that won’t soon be forgotten. The Spartans entered their first day of NCAA’s March Madness as a two-seed that people across the nation felt was snubbed of a one-seed. According to ESPN, the Spartans were favored in 91 percent of brackets to […]

It’s time to give Cam Newton some respect

During the last two weeks of playoff action, the Carolina Panthers have delivered two brutal defeats to the Cardinals and Seahawks respectively en route to their Super Bowl berth. They have been clicking on all sides of the ball and capitalizing on their opponents every mistake. No one player has played better football for the […]

Professional Spartans: Kirk Cousins

Back in the spring of 2012, the Washington Redskins were desperate for a quarterback. Fresh off of a 5-11 season, the team was searching for the franchise quarterback that they had been missing since the ‘90s. In the first round of the draft, according to Bleacher Report, they gave up a King’s Bounty of three […]

The Evolution of Sportsmanship: Bridging the Gap Between Athletes and Authority

By Alex Tekip Ever since collegiate athletes were young, playing youth sports in their hometown, they have been encouraged to practice sportsmanship. Constant reminders from a dad on the sideline encouraged children to play to win, but to respect their opponent. Handshakes and compliments after games served as a code of conduct.  However, once athletes […]