While everyone was focused on the situation between China and the NBA over a week ago, esports had its own controversy.
Despite what so-called “experts” may say, football isn’t going anywhere. Quite the contrary, it seems that the sport has been waiting a long time for this cultural shift to shorter attention spans and massive overstimulation.
As soon as I think I have a beat on who the 2019 Trojans are, they do something that completely changes my opinion. It’s maddening.
It should be celebrated that NFL teams are making strides toward a more inclusive game experience while also normalizing these needs.
We’re reaching the halfway point of the college football season. Before we know it, we’ll have to pretend to care about esports or something, as fellow columnist Sam Arslanian keeps urging us to. Enjoy all the upsets, shootouts and rivalries that college football has to offer while you can.
Martial arts are a great activity for children to get involved in at a young age.
Another NFL Sunday is in the books!
As the NBA season approaches and the hype continues to build, I’m most interested to see one outcome: how Anthony Davis fares for the Los Angeles Lakers this season.
The Fair Pay to Play Act is a step in the right direction, but by no means is the battle for college athlete compensation over.
As women’s soccer continues to gain traction in the United States, expansion of the National Women’s Soccer League appears inevitable.