NFL Playoff Recap

by Will Pembroke, Associate Multimedia Editor This past weekend, the National Football League saw both of its championship games played on Sunday, on time! The fact that somehow, even in the midst of a global pandemic, that the NFL found a way to play all of their playoff games on time is a miracle. The games themselves proved to be very enticing. The first matchup this past Sunday took place at Lambeau Field, home of the Green Bay Packers, as they took on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The first ever Tom Brady vs. Aaron Rodgers playoff matchup did not disappoint. Brady … Continue reading NFL Playoff Recap

MLB struggling to keep playing amidst COVID-19 Pandemic

written by: Jake Geiger The start of MLB has been quite a whirlwind since it began on July 23. Multiple teams have had to postpone games because of positive COVID-19 cases.  Even with positive cases, baseball is continuing to play games safely. Though, with some teams possibly playing more games than others to end the season, how will determining the playoff format work in this unprecedented time?  The Miami Marlins were the first team to have players or staff members receive positive COVID-19 tests, as 18 players and two coaches tested positive.  The St. Louis Cardinals also had an outbreak … Continue reading MLB struggling to keep playing amidst COVID-19 Pandemic

Sports World Update

Sports across the globe are on the verge of returning full force as plans for return are taking form, shaping what could be an action-packed summer and fall. In recent weeks, players in many different sports have begun to return to training in order to get match fit after COVID-19 halted all sports for a time. The next phase for these leagues is to approve plans to return to games. The National Basketball Association (NBA) is expected to have their plan approved on Thursday, June 4th by vote. They are looking to wrap up their nearly completed season with a … Continue reading Sports World Update