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As you might have heard, it’s not the 90s anymore. For one, the greatest grunge acts are dead – literally, in the case of Kurt Cobain and Nirvana. Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, and Alice in Chains are still hanging around, but … Continue reading
Week 8 is highlighted by five games involving ranked teams. This looks good on the surface, but will those games actually prove to be entertaining?
A: The Mississippis – We live in a world where Mississippi State is number one in the nation. Let that sink in.
Hi friends! It’s been a few weeks, but I lacked motivation to write for awhile and this is my blog so I will do as I please. The playoffs are coming, of course, and now that we’re a half-dozen weeks … Continue reading
The Big 2 and the Little 8. That’s how the Big Ten for a long stretch of time. From 1968 to 1982, Michigan and/or Ohio State had at least a split of the Big Ten title. Michigan State and Iowa … Continue reading
When Texas A&M football joined the SEC in 2012, it was essentially a reboot for the program. It was similar to when a new actor plays James Bond or The Doctor. Their history, while solid, wasn’t particularly storied, so it … Continue reading
Why we love this game, and some predictions to boot! Continue reading
As the number of Iowa high schools decreases, there was a mind set that changes would have to be made to the current classification system. Four classes was not going to work for most sports. The Iowa High School Girls … Continue reading
Pink. Purple. Blue. Lavender. Teal. Over 600 Drake students proudly placed ribbons of these colors on their chest during the Relay for Life last Friday night.
It’s late April – that means it’s Shelby Houlihan’s favorite time of year.