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Can fans trust the NFL?

Can fans trust the NFL?

Panelists discussed the state of the National Football League Thursday afternoon in O’Leary Library. (Courtesy of the National Football League. Kathryn Leeber and Hannah Manning Connector Editors In a panel discussion on Thursday Feb. 16, four journalists who have covered games and issues regarding the National Football League (NFL) spoke about the current atmosphere surrounding

Here comes the blame pie: Why the Patriots were not in San Francisco

It was an abrupt end to the 2016 season (photo courtesy of Michael Dwyer/AP) Kyle Gaudette Connector Editor I have never been, nor will I ever claim to be a fan of Hannah Montana, but you would be a fool not to admit she nailed it when she came out with her tune, “Nobody’s Perfect.”

The Ballad of an Aloof Fan: Why the Patriots’ loss doesn’t upset me

Tom Lydon UML Student And so here we are again. The New England Patriots’ season ended in the Rocky Mountains at the hands of the Denver Broncos. Peyton Manning is on his way to his fourth Super Bowl, hoping to tame the Carolina Panthers and draw even with little brother Eli. Meanwhile, Tom Brady goes

Malcolm Butler is not a number one corner…yet

Courtesy of Getty Images Kyle Gaudette Connector Editor Wait what? Did you seriously just read that headline? Are you questioning my sanity? Now are you getting annoyed by these series of questions which from a journalistic sense is an unorthodox way to begin an article? Do I have your attention now? As we all know,

Brady, Patriots keep rolling

Tyler O’ Keefe Connector Contributor The 2015 “revenge tour” stopped at Gillette Stadium this past Thursday and, like the prior six games this season, it ended with another win for the home team. The Patriots stomped the Dolphins 36 to 7 to remain undefeated. Brady had that look in his eyes that he has had

Don’t book your Super Bowl tickets just yet

Tom Brady and the New England Patriots look to achieve the ultimate goal this season: another Super Bowl championship. (David Butler II/USA Today Sports) Zachary Zuber Connector Editor After an offseason dominated by courtroom drama, destroyed cell phones and the loss of key players, many were curious as to how the defending Super Bowl champions

Justice Berman overrules Goodell’s four-game suspension of Tom Brady

Last Thursday, the home of the American Revolution once again celebrated freedom from tyranny, for their savior, Tom Brady, was released from his four game suspension and allowed to pursue life, liberty, and his fifth championship ring. Brady would not be free, however, if it wasn’t for Justice Richard Berman and his recognition of some

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