Sports Column in The Miami Student. January 27, 2015
“Deflategate” is the top storyline in the NFL heading into the Super Bowl.
The AFC Champion New England Patriots are being investigated by the NFL because many of their game balls in the 45-7 thumping of the Indianapolis Colts were under-inflated by as much as two pounds. An under-inflated football would be slightly easier t
AFC- I wrote a full playoff prediction for miamistudent.net and in that article I had the Colts beating the Pats last round, so I feel that I should stick with my gut here. Tom Brady is good, but the Patriots’ pass defense is less than good. The Pats allowed 239 yards per game in the regular season, 17th best in the NFL (one spot worse than the Raiders). Flacco threw for 292 and 4 TD's las
Here's my take on the behavioral issues in the NFL, first published in The Miami Student:
If you have been anywhere near a TV during the last week or two, you’ve likely heard about the numerous domestic violence issues surrounding the National Football League.
The goal here is not to add insult to injury for Roger Goodell, the men accused or the numerous people that are surround
Everyone has probably seen the news by now. Tony Dungy told The Tampa Tribune this about Rams draft pick Michael Sam:
“I wouldn’t have taken him...Not because I don’t believe Michael Sam should have a chance to play, but I wouldn’t want to deal with all of it...It’s not going to be totally smooth … things will happen.’’
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