With Brennen Gray as the Feature Creature Brow-Beaten I’m not usually one of those guys who throws up his hands and dramatically proclaims that he’s DONE with his favorite sport because of some displeasing development. But Anthony Davis is testing me. Once one of my favorite non-Celtics, his shameless attempt to force the Pelicans to […]

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Tulsa starts strong, falls to Temple

Basketball journalist Hannah Robbins discusses the Golden Hurricane’s struggle to break their three-game losing streak as they failed to capitalize on an early lead. The Golden Hurricane’s hope of breaking their three-game losing streak were dashed on Tuesday evening. After a strong start where Tulsa matched and even led against the Temple Owls, Tulsa faltered […]

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Figure skating scoring biased

Skating expert Hannah Robbins discusses the subjective nature of the Program Components Score in figure skating and how judges have changed the results with personal preferences. During the 2018 Winter Olympics Ladies Free Program, something happened that I had never seen before in figure skating. Evgenia Medvedeva and Alina Zagitova tied for first place in […]

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NFL considers reforms after blown call

Professional football expert Lindsey Prather discusses the consequences and possible rule changes to follow the egregious missed penalty in the NFC Championship. The NFL is currently dealing with yet another controversy regarding its officiating. The NFC championship had another miracle end their season in the playoffs. Only this time it wasn’t a miraculous play from […]

Mbappé (left), Kane (middle) and Messi (right) will be competing for the Champions League trophy. graphic by Conner Maggio

Champions League predictions

Soccer experts Andrew Noland and Chris Lierly give their takes on which teams will prevail in the next round of the knockout stage. Matchday: 2/12 A.S. Roma vs. FC Porto Chris’s Pick: Porto 4-1 Andrew’s Pick: Porto 5-2 Andrew’s Take: FC Porto under Sérgio Conceição have dominated the Primeira Liga by continuing the magic Portuguese […]

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TU beats Memphis, loses to WSU

Editor-in-Chief Justin Guglielmetti covers the men’s Golden Hurricane basketball team both home and away. Having lost three in a row and five of their last six, the Golden Hurricane men’s basketball team welcomed the Memphis Tigers into town on Wednesday hoping to get their season back on track. It was a pitched battle that felt […]

Soccer star missing over English Channel

Nantes forward Emiliano Sala’s plane never made it to England after the Premier League’s Cardiff City purchased him for £15 million. It was a dream signing for the recently promoted Cardiff City squad when they agreed to terms with FC Nantes, a French League 1 side, for their striker Emiliano Sala. Sala had scored 12 […]

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2019 Super Bowl predictions

The Collegian sports writing staff gives their takes on who will win next Sunday’s big game between the New England Patriots and the LA Rams. Brennen: Do I want to go with the dynastic overlords known as the Brady Bunch? Or the somehow-even-less-charming-but-still-loveable underdogs, the L.A. Rams? The question almost seems to come down to […]

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Is Tom Brady football’s GOAT?

Two Collegian staff members debate the merits of Brady and the title “Greatest of All Time.” Hannah Robbins As Super Bowl LIII draws closer, new claims about Tom Brady are being made. Some say that with his five Super Bowl titles and his upcoming sixth attempt, he’s the greatest of all time (GOAT), but I […]