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Three favorites and a miracle advance to the Final Four

Three favorites and a miracle advance to the Final Four

Paul Jennewein, Staff Writer

March 31, 2018


Filed under College Sports, Sports

This year's NCAA tournament has been unpredictable. But now, only four teams remain, each looking to cap off their impressive seasons with a national championship. Loyola-Chicago  Since the first NCAA basketball tournament in 1939, only three 11 seeds have ever advanced to the final four: LSU ...

A look into March Madness

A look into March Madness

Paul Jennewein, Staff Writer

March 15, 2018


Filed under Basketball, College Sports, Perspectives, Sports

After an unpredictable season of upsets and underdogs, this year’s annual NCAA basketball tournament is anyone’s to win. However, out of all of the 64 teams competing in this year’s national championship, there are a few favorites who have as good a chance as anyone to contend for a spot in the...

Soccer: Lady Knights fall to Plant 4-1 on senior night

Soccer: Lady Knights fall to Plant 4-1 on senior night

Paul Jennewein, Staff Writer

January 18, 2018


Filed under College Sports, Sports

Coming off of a loss to Steinbrenner, the Robinson Lady Knights (5-10-1) faced the Plant Panthers (9-2-1) at home on Tuesday, Jan. 16, but lost 4-1. Though it was a frustrating game for the Knights, the score is deceiving. “We played impassioned, we played for our seniors, and players are starting...

College Football Playoff week 11 rankings revealed

College Football Playoff week 11 rankings revealed

Paul Jennewein, Staff Writer

November 16, 2017


Filed under College Sports, Opinion, Perspectives, Sports

The College Football Playoff rankings were released on ESPN’s Top 25 rankings show last Tuesday. Though a thoroughly unentertaining half hour of television, the rankings revealed are concerning for some hopeful teams looking to be included in the College Football Playoff. In a highly competitive fi...

Seven Sign on National Signing Day

Seven Sign on National Signing Day

Bailey Adams, Sports Editor

February 3, 2016


Filed under Around the School, College Sports, Fall Sports, Football, Showcase, Soccer, Sports, Swimming, Volleyball, Winter Sports

National Signing Day is one of the most highly anticipated days in the career of a high school athlete. Some dream about signing a National Letter of Intent from the beginning of their first practice of freshman year. Four years of hard work both inside the classroom and out culminates with a written...

Q&A: Advice from 2016 Shrine Game Players

Q&A: Advice from 2016 Shrine Game Players

Bailey Adams, Sports Editor

January 28, 2016


Filed under College Sports, In the Community, Showcase, Sports

During last week’s East-West Shrine Game activities in St. Petersburg, Fla., we had a chance to speak with five senior college football players about the recruiting process, adjusting to college life and on-field differences. Meet the players: Brian Poole, University of Florida: In four years as a cornerback for the Gators, Poole racked up 120 tackles and six...

If a Power Five Comes Calling, UCF is the Answer

If a Power Five Comes Calling, UCF is the Answer

Bailey Adams, Sports Editor

March 23, 2015


Filed under College Sports, Showcase, Sports

UCF’s athletic program has been on the rise for years now. There really is no excuse for a school with an enrollment over 60,000 to be left in the lower tier of collegiate athletics. In terms of success, there has been plenty of it in recent years.

Imagining a Buccaneers Team with Jameis Winston

Imagining a Buccaneers Team with Jameis Winston

Bailey Adams, Sports Editor

March 17, 2015


Filed under College Sports, Football, Pro Sports, Showcase, Sports

The 2015 NFL Draft is 47 days away. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers own the first overall pick in the draft, and they appear to be targeting either Florida State’s Jameis Winston or Oregon’s Marcus Mariota.

Shrine Game An Opportunity To Shine

Shrine Game An Opportunity To Shine

Bailey Adams, Sports Editor

January 18, 2015


Filed under College Sports, Showcase, Sports

Everyone involved with the East-West Shrine Game put on by Shriners Hospitals for Children comes away with a unique experience. Whether it is the children and families that benefit from the game's purpose, the high school cheerleaders that have the chance to contribute to the game's atmosphere, the yo...

College Football Bowl Games Announced

College Football Bowl Games Announced

Bailey Adams, Sports Editor

December 8, 2014


Filed under College Sports, Football, Sports

The 2014 college football regular season has reached its end, meaning that bowl season is upon us. This season features the inaugural College Football Playoff, a four-team playoff for the National Championship. The four teams, selected by a 12-person committee, were announced on Sunday. In the first...

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