By Will Pembroke, Sports Editor This weekend at Cintas Center, Xavier volleyball hosted a tournament for the Universities of Virginia, Purdue Fort Wayne and Eastern Michigan. Following their stellar 3-0 performance in the Buffalo tournament the previous weekend, the Musketeers went 2-1 against the field at home, continuing to prove that the strong start to the season was no fluke. The first match of the weekend would prove to be the most compelling, as Xavier took on the Virginia Cavaliers. Despite taking sets one and two, the Musketeers could not rally in the final three sets to hold off Virginia, … Continue reading Xavier volleyball finishes strong in home tournament
By Will Pembroke, Sports Editor The middle of August, also known as the dog days of training camp in the National Football League, is the time of the year that often determines the level of success any given franchise is going to have in the upcoming season. Nagging injuries from long practice days, contract hold-outs and inadequate coaching threaten to derail teams as they aim to make a Super Bowl run. With an opening Sunday home rivalry game against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sept. 11 approaching, it is now the time to analyze the five major storylines emerging from the … Continue reading Five key takeaways from Bengals training camp so far
By Will Pembroke With the 2022 NFL Draft set to occur on April 28, it’s time to preview some of the top prospects on which teams are focusing to bolster their chances to compete for Super Bowl LVII. Michigan EDGE Aidan Hutchinson While there is not a unanimous No.1 pick prospect in this year’s draft, Aidan Hutchinson is the closest thing to it. Michigan’s elite senior pass-rusher was nothing short of a disrupter for the Wolverines in his last college season, helping lead the program to its first ever appearance in the College Football Playoff. Hutchinson has the size (6’7”, … Continue reading Previewing the top 2022 NFL Draft prospects
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