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Eagles Former Head Coach Chip Kelly Being Shown Interest by 49ers

January 26, 2016

  The former head coach of the Eagles, Chip Kelly, has reportedly met with the 49ers on Thursday, January 7th 2016. Chip Kelly was fired before the last game of the season for the Eagles. Kelly first coached for Oregon Ducks from 2009-2012.  Kelly began coaching the Eagles on January 16th, 2013, ...

Both Ends of the Spectrum in the NBA

Bobby Amarant

January 26, 2016

In the 95’-96’ season, the Chicago Bulls stunned the world by breaking their own record for the best regular season record of all time with 72 wins. In the 11’-12’ season, the Charlotte Bobcats had an all-time worst winning percentage at 10.6%, albeit in a shortened lockout season with only 66 gam...

The NFL’s Favorite Tradition: Fining

The NFL’s Favorite Tradition: Fining

Bobby McGrane

November 25, 2015

Traditions are a large part of what makes sports such a special experience for players, coaches and fans.  The NFL is no exception, with great traditions like Thanksgiving Football, the Lambeau Leap and the Terrible Towel. Another of the most well-known NFL traditions is the yearly October campaign ...

How has Trash Talking Changed in the NBA?

How has Trash Talking Changed in the NBA?

Bobby Amarant

November 25, 2015

Trash talk is something many people overlook as a symbol of arrogance within sports. However, many players still seem to want to trash talk and retired players realize that it is starting to die out. Now, this problem is not due to the players not wanting to keep up tradition. Instead, the problem lies withi...

Inside the NFLPA

Bobby McGrane

October 25, 2015

On May 11, 2015, the NFL announced its decision to suspend superstar quarterback Tom Brady for 4 games without pay.  This suspension came a few months after the 2015 AFC Championship game, which Brady’s Patriots won 45-7.  The controversy that followed the game is what has become “Deflategate...

Radnor Football: Finally Seeing the Fruits of its Labor

Radnor Football: Finally Seeing the Fruits of its Labor

Noah Offenkrantz

October 25, 2015

After an Upper Merion long ball put the Raiders down 7 nothing, it looked as though Radnor would be in for a long game. Yet, as usual, Radnor overcame the early obstacle and proved that Raiders are more ferocious pillagers than Vikings. On the back of Patrick McDermott’s 60% completion rate with 96 yar...

Where Do We Draw a Line Between Students and Athletes at the Collegiate Level?

Where Do We Draw a Line Between Students and Athletes at the Collegiate Level?

Bobby Amarant

October 21, 2015

Northwestern University football players has recently been denied the right to unionize by the NLRB. The decision was unanimous, yet the board did not close the window for other schools to be able to unionize for the future and avoided the topic entirely. The decision was reached for the present day...

Lacrosse: How far will it come?

Lacrosse: How far will it come?

Fernando Castro

October 21, 2015

Lacrosse has had tremendous growth in Radnor as of recent. The amount of talent and students receiving scholarships is growing exponentially, so much so that one student committed to a college by the end of his freshman year due to his talent in the sport. We have especially seen growth in talent as of rec...

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