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Dear Mr. Commissioner: How to handle the Pete Rose predicament

Dear Mr. Commissioner: How to handle the Pete Rose predicament

Sean Thomas

March 17, 2015

Dear Commissioner Robert Manfred, Well Mr. Commissioner, it's finally happened. After 26 years of watching from the outside, Pete Rose, Major League Baseball's all-time leader in hits and games played, has once again, formally requested to be reinstated to the game where he made his name. A 17-time all-star and the 1973 ...

March Madness Tournament versus College Football Playoffs

March Madness Tournament versus College Football Playoffs

Jordan Ball

March 15, 2015

March Madness @Golden_Jordan1 March Madness is one of the craziest times of every year. This is where devoted fans, average fans and non-viewers, of college basketball, come together to partake in this yearly ritual. Various teams and fans across the nation anxiously wait to hear their program...

Syracuse & Jim Boeheim penalized amid NCAA Investigation

Syracuse & Jim Boeheim penalized amid NCAA Investigation

Jordan Ball

March 12, 2015

Syracuse's Jim Boeheim was on the verge of joining Mike Krzyzewski in the 1,000 wins club, but must now vacate 108 wins due to sanctions handed down by the NCAA. Including the vacated wins, Syracuse was given five years probation, loss of 12 scholarships and Boeheim will be suspended nine ACC conference...

Dear Mr. Commissioner: Learn from the past

Dear Mr. Commissioner: Learn from the past

Sean Thomas

March 9, 2015

Dear Commissioner Robert Manfred, March is always a great time of the year for me. Down here in Los Angeles the weather is getting better, my allergies are starting to go away, and the boys of summer head to Arizona and Florida for the unofficial start to the baseball season. It's the best time...

Tradition or Bust: “Storming the Court”

Tradition or Bust: “Storming the Court”

Thomas Gallegos

March 7, 2015

Have you ever "stormed a court" or "rushed a field?" My high school football team won their CIF Championship back in 2009 and following that final kneel down, all hell broke loose on the field. For the players, the rush of having family and friends greet them in droves must have been unforgettable, and fo...

Brandon Marshall Traded to the New York Jets

Brandon Marshall Traded to the New York Jets

Jordan Ball

March 7, 2015

The trade will not be made official until free agency starts on Tuesday at 4 p.m. ET and Marshall must pass a physical for the trade to occur. Brandon Marshall and the Chicago Bears had many differences this past season and him being traded validate those sentiments. Marshall dealt with pestering...

On the Ice: Western Conference Playoff Race

On the Ice: Western Conference Playoff Race

Jordan Ball

March 6, 2015

The Eastern Conference is accompanied by less surprise because the top eight teams are the right teams. We cannot say this about the Western Conference. This season has been a very unusual year in the West. Teams expected to be great are noticeably underachieving and teams who were projected candidates...

Michael Jordan breaks boundaries becoming a billionaire

Michael Jordan breaks boundaries becoming a billionaire

Lauren Holmes

March 5, 2015

Defy gravity. Check. Star in the highest grossing basketball film of all time. Check. Retire from the NBA to come back and win three more championships. Check. Be the first professional athlete to make the Forbes’ World’s Billionaires List. Check. This year’s edition of Forbes Billionaire List...

New NFL salary cap flexes league’s monetary power

New NFL salary cap flexes league’s monetary power

Lauren Holmes

March 5, 2015

The glare from Dez Bryant’s diamond studded earrings is hard to miss from the Dallas Cowboy’s sideline as he stands with helmet in hand watching the defense go to work on game days. Bryant can continue to buy all the jewelry he wants. For the 2015 NFL season, Cowboys number one wide receiver will...

J&J’s Top 5: NBA Young Players

J&J’s Top 5: NBA Young Players

Julius Lasin

March 4, 2015

Jordan’s Top 5 Young Players: Starters: 1. Michael Carter-Williams: I’m glad Julius and I waited to finish this list because Carter-Williams is now the solidified point guard on my list. The trade which sent him from the Philadelphia 76ers to the Milwaukee Bucks will only further his growth. He has the size, length and basketball IQ to become a matchup nightmare in Jason Ki...

Xtreme weekly Issue 7: Who is number 1?

Xtreme weekly Issue 7: Who is number 1?

Branden Navarro

March 3, 2015

Bmx: Cult has been doing frame collaborations with a number of different companies and shops (like Kings Rideshop out in Palm Desert) which generally have been doing pretty well. Cult's new collaboration frame is with Peep Game and they're also making shirts to compliment the frames. A number of rid...

New York Knicks lose a Favorite; Anthony Mason Dead at 48

New York Knicks lose a Favorite; Anthony Mason Dead at 48

Lauren Holmes

March 2, 2015

NBA veteran Anthony Mason, known for his artistic hair cuts and a key component of the 1990's New York Knicks, died early Saturday morning due to heart failure at 48-years-old. Mason was in the midst of recuperating from a heart attack suffered several weeks ago due to congestive heart failure. Though...

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