Sox win World Series

Baseball expert and Editor-in-Chief Justin Guglielmetti reports on the 2018 World Series. Just 15 years ago, the Boston Red Sox labored under the reputation of being one of the most tortured franchises in all of sports. They wasted the careers of numerous all-time greats and suffered an 86-year World Series drought following their trade of […]

Green Wave overpowers Golden Hurricane

TU sports journalist Tristan Peterson covers the ups and downs of Tulsa’s 24-17 loss to Tulane. Despite a 1-6 start to the season, Tulsa entered Saturday’s game against Tulane facing near even odds, which was obvious to fans as the teams were neck and neck until the third quarter. In the end, however, Tulsa lost […]

Alabama, Clemson and Notre Dame mascots get hyped. graphic by Conner Maggio

College football who’s who: playoff edition

Football journalist Lindsey Prather details which teams are making it to the postseason. Following an absolute bloodbath in the rankings these last few weeks, the race for the College Football Playoff is looking narrower and narrower. The rankings are beginning to pan out, with obvious favorites running alongside some spectacular busts. That being said, here […]

Players from Man U, Juventus and PSG square up. graphic by Conner Maggio

Champions League roundup matchday 3

The Champions are halfway through the group stage, and soccer expert Chris Lierly delivers a recap on the highest level of European competition. Manchester United 0 Juventus 1 Juventus proved victorious in Cristiano Ronaldo’s return to Old Trafford, as Paulo Dybala’s 17’ goal sealed the win. After that initial strike, however, the rest of the […]

Piper Gilles and Paul Poirier fell short in their routine. courtesy Skate Canada

Surprising results in Skate Canada

Figure skating expert Hannah Robbins discusses the winners and shocking defeats at Skate Canada this weekend. This weekend’s Grand Prix competition Skate Canada was held in Laval, Québec. It was the first competition of the Grand Prix series for some of the best figure skaters in the world, including Shoma Uno, men’s 2018 Olympic silver […]

The Bleacher Creature

With Brennen Gray as the Feature Creature. One for the History Books I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: pitching wins are some of the stupidest statistics in the sports world, and everyone should immediately stop pretending that they mean anything (I’ll give some leeway in fantasy baseball, but that’s it). In unrelated […]

graphic by Conner Maggio

Nation’s League a waste

Soccer expert Chris Lierly breaks down Klopp’s view on the controversial Nation’s League. Summer 2018 saw France stand victorious with the World Cup trophy after beating Croatia in the final game. But the French were not the only team proud of their performance in Russia. South Korea and Mexico beat Germany, England reached the semi-finals […]

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Western League of Legends teams gaining ground

Esports expert Andrew Noland discusses the disappointing performance of the dominant Eastern teams as Korea underperforms in the World Championships. The world turned upside down this past weekend in the billion-dollar esports industry of “League of Legends.” Nearly all of the Eastern titans were felled at the hands of the West in the quarterfinals of […]

The Bleacher Creature

With Brennen Gray as The Feature Creature! It’s the goddamn Fall classic I’d like for there to have been a more in-depth preview of the World Series, but life comes at you fast. So here we are, bleaching the creatch and paying only lip service to the apex of the baseball season. I suppose this […]

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Trouble in Pittsburgh

NFL expert Lindsey Prather details the rocky relationship between Le’Veon Bell and the Steelers. Throughout the chaotic early weeks of the NFL season, there is one particular situation that I feel comfortable to predict. The Pittsburgh Steelers are going to get rid of Le’veon Bell, through a trade or otherwise. It’s no secret that the […]