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  • Tony Romo vs. The Critics

    All it took was a couple of plays, and Tony Romo went from Monday Night Football hero to Monday Night Football dud. With the Cowboys up by two scores on the New York Jets in a game meant as a tribute to the infamous Sept. 11 attacks, Romo gave the city of New York a reason to celebrate, losing a fumble at the 1-yard line and throwing an interception with less than a minute to play to set up a game...

    Sports | September 19, 2011
  • Two neglected weeks

    Growing up as a competitive tennis player, I oftentimes felt that the sport that I played wasn’t given enough credit by my peers. Now I’m almost 21 years old, and tennis still doesn’t get the attention it deserves from America. I’m sure many of you did not know or did not care that the U.S. Open, the biggest tennis tournament held in America, has been going on for the past two weeks. A lot of peop...

    Sports | September 12, 2011
  • America's favorite sport: Football begins

    The time has finally come. After a long summer of drama because of the NFL lockout, we now get ready for America’s favorite sport: football.

    Sports | August 29, 2011
  • Sports Commentary: Are the Buccos Back?

    During my time in Pittsburgh, there have always been just two sports: football and hockey. As you know, there is no NBA team that resides in Pittsburgh, but one other team is always forgotten. That would be the Pittsburgh Pirates. Whenever I ask a die-hard Pittsburgh fan about the Pirates, 90 percent of the time the person says back, “Who watches baseball anyways?” Considering baseball has a large...

    Sports | August 21, 2011
  • Despite competition, Rose is better MVP

    Now that the NBA playoffs are underway, it is also time to crown the regular-season winners for the various NBA awards — none greater than the Most Valuable Player award. Many commentators and NBA fans have already decided on who the MVP should be, and the almost universal pick for this prestigious award is the Chicago Bulls’ starting point guard, Derrick Rose.

    Sports | April 25, 2011