COVID Cancels Fall Sports for Good

Over our long winter break the fate of our athletes and weather they will have the chance to play the sports they love in a year taken by the pandemic was decided. In late January, all eight of the MASCAC presidents officially made the decision to cancel all fall indoor and outdoor activities for the […]

The Baseball Team in Cleveland will no longer be called the Indians

A column by Jesse Frazier             After the Washington Football team removed the name “Redskins” from the franchises storied past it was only a matter of time before Cleveland removed the nickname “Indians” from its great baseball franchise. After Washington made the change in July, yesterday Cleveland announced it would remove the nickname from its […]

The Hard Truth About College Sports

A column by Jesse Frazier With college hoops starting this past week it had me thinking about the substantial differences between Division 1 and Division 3 athletics. Big name programs have been playing football since the start of the fall season and luckily, they will be able to have a basketball season that just began. […]

Pats vs 49ers Recap

On Sunday, the Pats faced the San Francisco 49ers. They faced Tom Brady’s old backup Jimmy Garoppolo for the first time since being traded in 2017.   This was a very embarrassing game for the New England Patriots.   The game started with a 49ers rushing touchdown in the 1st quarter which put them up 7-0.  In the 2nd quarter, the Pats kicked […]

This Week in COVID NFL Part 2

The COVID-19 outbreak in the NFL is still making changes to the schedule in recent weeks. These most often happen when multiple players in one team or players on both teams on a matchup catching COVID-19.  First, the COVID cases in the New England which have included Cam Newton and Stephon Gillmore, made the game between the […]