Tagged - Football

Goodell dons the dunce Kaep

Colin Kaepernick did something that Tom Brady, Ezekiel Elliott, and the United States Football League all failed to do. He…

Yellowjackets blow out Patriots in Super Bowl surprise

UR Football’s 76–3 victory over the New England Patriots at Super Bowl LIII last Sunday left everyone reeling from the improbable result.

What the Super Bowl should have been

A week from Sunday, the New England Patriots should be playing the New Orleans Saints in Super Bowl LIII. Instead, they are facing the Los Angeles Rams.

NFL falls short of inclusion

Former Dallas Cowboys linebacker Jeff Rohrer, who played in the league in the 1980s, became the first former NFL player to openly enter into a gay marriage in mid November.

Are NFL rule changes making the league ‘soft’?

The NFL Competition Committee has made couple of significant changes to their rulebook that have left the NFL community with mixed feelings. There have been more rule changes, but I’d like to focus on use of helmet, the catch rule, and protection of the quarterback.

Interceptions help football win defensive battle

Men’s Football defeated Alfred State 20–14 on Saturday, Sept. 15, in a defensive battle. The ‘Jackets defense hauled in six interceptions, four of which came from junior defensive back Robert Grant, and secured their first win of the season.

Six bold predictions for the NFL season

Maybe I’m just a salty Patriots fan. But I’ve been looking at the NFC, and I came to a realization: only six teams can be in the top six.

Martinovich discusses building a winning football program

This week, Men’s football lost their first game of the season to Case Western, 38–10, in its first game under new head coach Chad Martinovich. I sat down with Martinovich, the former head coach of MIT, before the game.

Four years of professional sports

It may be difficult to remember, but a lot has happened in sports in the past four years. Here are…

Sports entertainment can be the future

For years, I thought World Wrestling Entertainment was a punchline. Why would people spend time watching a sporting event they know is fake?