No. 11 UCLA defeats No. 1 Michigan to advance to the Final Four

THIS IS MARCH! UCLA advances to the Final Four after defeating Michigan, 51-49. UCLA goes from losing four straight games to end the regular season, to cashing their ticket to the Final Four. This is UCLA’s first Final Four berth since 2008. UCLA has been a cinderella team all tournament. People doubted UCLA head coachContinue reading “No. 11 UCLA defeats No. 1 Michigan to advance to the Final Four”

Penn State Football Pro Day: Media Availability Roundup

By Andre Monroe Jayson Oweh: Jayson Oweh played defensive end during his tenure with Penn State. Oweh measured in at 6’5, 257lbs. He’s been known for having untapped, raw talent. He showed that today, running a 4.36 in his 40-yard dash. For a guy his size, that’s unheard of. He benched 225×21, two more repsContinue reading “Penn State Football Pro Day: Media Availability Roundup”

First Round: Abilene Christian takes down No.3 Texas to advance

The NCAA tournament is full of surprises each year, and it hasn’t been different this time around. No. 14 Abilene Christian stunned the college basketball world saturday night when they defeated No. 3 Texas – 53-52 saturday night. Games like this are bracket busters, as Texas was a serious Final Four contender in the tournament.Continue reading “First Round: Abilene Christian takes down No.3 Texas to advance”

First Four: Texas Southern defeats Mount St. Mary 60-52 to begin March Madness

By Andre Monroe The Texas Southern Tigers aren’t returning home yet. In a hard-fought game, the Tigers erased a 10-point halftime deficit to defeat Mount St. Mary and move on in the tournament. They were led by forward John Walker III who scored 19 points in addition to grabbing 9 rebounds. The Tigers took soakingContinue reading “First Four: Texas Southern defeats Mount St. Mary 60-52 to begin March Madness”

Penn State’s backfield continues to improve despite setbacks.

The Nittany Lions have faced adversity all season. Starting with COVID-19, forcing some of their best players to opt out. However, they were still ranked the eighth best football team in the big ten before the season began. A large part of that was due to their potent backfield. Even without Journey Brown, they wereContinue reading “Penn State’s backfield continues to improve despite setbacks.”

Recap: Penn State notches first win against rival Michigan

The Nittany Lions have not gotten off to a great start on the season. However, beating Michigan has to warm the hearts of Penn State fans all around the country. Penn State now sits at 1-5 while the Michigan Wolverines fall to 2-4. So let’s talk about how it happened. Penn State captured it’s firstContinue reading “Recap: Penn State notches first win against rival Michigan”

Penn State falls to 0-3 vs. Maryland: 3 takeaways from the game

Maryland beats Penn State for just the third time in program history. Going into the season Penn State was ranked No. 8 in the AP Top 25 Poll. After this loss, they may end up unranked. Penn State suffered an embarrassing loss to the hands of Maryland. A game in which they were heavily favoredContinue reading “Penn State falls to 0-3 vs. Maryland: 3 takeaways from the game”

Penn State Athletics confirms 13 positive COVID test results with three pending

By Andre Monroe In their weekly tests, Penn State Intercollegiate Athletics conducted 1,304 COVID-19 tests of students with 13 positive results and three pending. It is not known who those 16 players are. What is known is that this is an uptick from last week’s results, which had only one positive and one pending. ThisContinue reading “Penn State Athletics confirms 13 positive COVID test results with three pending”

Journey Brown could miss 2020 season, but HC James Franklin not ruling out a return

It was reported yesterday that Penn State running back, Journey Brown, could miss the 2020 season due to a medical condition discovered in the offseason. The team confirmed the report in a statement Monday night. “Journey Brown is being treated for a medical condition discovered during the off-season and will potentially miss the 2020 footballContinue reading “Journey Brown could miss 2020 season, but HC James Franklin not ruling out a return”

Can a bubble work in College Basketball?

By Andre Monroe The concept of a bubble was originated by the NBA. The purpose is to slow the spread of the coronavirus while also allowing players to finish the season. And so far, it has worked. In the NBA, no players have tested positive for COVID since entering the bubble. Same result in theContinue reading “Can a bubble work in College Basketball?”