March Madness is many people’s favorite time of year. They fill out brackets for the NCAA tournament, hoping they will finally construct the perfect one. But I have some rough news: you’re fooling yourselves.
The sports world has slowed down and as we wait for March Madness to kick off the excitement again we need something to pass the time.
The NFL season ended in a wild finish with the first Super Bowl to ever go to overtime, but the NFL season had more than just one good finish.
A Cinderella story in college football is a rare sight — and as of right now, nearly impossible.
All of the excuses have been used, and there are still declining TV ratings. The NFL needs to realize the problem is itself.
Even though his hometown team, the Cleveland Indians, lost the World Series to the Chicago Cubs, PHOENIX assistant sports editor Henry Redman can sit back and appreciate what the game of baseball means to him.
The Paralympics are often an afterthought of the mainstream media. The athletes who train all year round for their respective events should be celebrated just as much as their olympian peers, if not more.
College football fans, don’t panic. I know what I’m saying might be considered heresy, but I believe the Big Ten Conference is better than the Southeastern Conference (SEC) this year.