ACC joins NCAA and NBA, pulls events from North Carolina

By: Kyle Tooley ~Sports Editor~ The Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) pulled all of its league championships out of North Carolina last week following the state’s refusal to repeal an anti- LGBTQ act. The ACC joins the NBA and the NCAA, who both have removed events from the state because of the law. ACC commissioner John Swofford decided to play the previously scheduled football and women’s basketball games elsewhere due to the anti-LGBTQ policy violating the ACC’s moral code. “The ACC Council of Presidents made it clear that the core values of this league are of the utmost importance,” Swofford said. … Continue reading ACC joins NCAA and NBA, pulls events from North Carolina

Opinion: College football officiating must improve

By: Adam Purvis ~Staff Writer~ It’s time for some football. This season of college football has been full of surprising upsets and wins including wins from Navy, Arkansas, Oklahoma State and Nebraska, causing plenty of people to speculate whether or not this has anything to do with the officiating throughout these games. This season has been plagued by bad measurements and tough calls to make. This past weekend Michigan State was defeated by Nebraska by one point after a touchdown catch made by a receiver who had run out of bounds. The officials had to replay this over and over … Continue reading Opinion: College football officiating must improve