Category Archives: Sports

Are the Patriots for Real?

Fernando Jeronimo Sport Editor

Bill Belichick rolled into free agency like his stimulus check just cleared. So far, Belichick and the Patriots have signed eight players from free agency. We also can’t forget the resigning they have done to bring certain players back and players who they have traded for. Here is the latest list of all of the Patriots signings and their contracts.

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NHL Finds a New Home for the Outdoors Event

Fernando Jeronimo Sport Editor

COVID-19 has been an on-going struggle throughout the world today and sports tale a big hit with their facilities not allowing any fans. The NHL canceled three events this year due to COVID-19 and the cities that hosted the events are unsure when they will be able to get another opportunity to host them again. The three events were the Winter Classic, All-Star weekend, and Stadium Series.

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From Boisterous to Balling

Michael Vesci Staff Writer

Ball Brothers began making headlines in sports media for their father, Lavar Ball’s outlandish comments about the ability of his sons. From his claims that he could beat the great Michael Jordan in one-on-one to his belief all three of his kids would be one and done in college, Ball made headlines. His oldest, Lonzo Ball would play a season at UCLA before being drafted by the Los Angeles Lakers with the 2nd pick in 2017. The middle child, LiAngelo Ball was not so lucky after playing one preseason game for UCLA he was arrested for stealing sunglasses from a store in China which resulted in an indefinitely suspension. His father was upset with the suspension’s length and LiAngelo ended up withdrawing from the university.

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Gamers Rejoice, EA Brings Back NCAA Football

Michael Vesci Staff Writer

8 years. That is how long sports fans and gamers have waited for the return of EA Sport’s NCAA Football. The wait is over as EA Sports announced the return of the NCAA College Football video game rebranded as EA Sports College Football on February 2nd. At the moment, it is unclear when the game will be released but one thing is certain, the news of its return was long-awaited.

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers are Super Bowl LV Champions

Fernando Jeronimo Sport Editor

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat the Kansas City Chiefs 31-9 in Super Bowl LV. After a season that was in question to happen, every game was played and in the end the Buccaneers came out on top. Super Bowl MVP Tom Brady became the first Quarterback to win the Super Bowl after facing three former Super Bowl MVP’s. Brady is also the only player to have more Super Bowl wins than any other team in NFL history. This was Brady’s tenth Super Bowl appearance and his seventh Super Bowl victory.  

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High Hopes Remain for Eastern Sports

Michael Vesci Staff Writer

When the Eastern Connecticut State University Men’s Basketball team tipped off on Jan. 30 against Rhode Island College, it was the first competition in 325 days for Eastern Athletics. The last one came on March 11, 2020 when Women’s Lacrosse took on Mitchell College at Rick McCarthy Field, a game that ended in a 14-2 victory, giving hope to the future of the program.

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