Top 5 Dez Bryant Moments as a Dallas Cowboy

By Kyle Dennie @TheKyleDennie On Nov. 13, 2016, Dez Bryant scored on a long touchdown pass from Dak Prescott in the third quarter in a 35-30 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers in a thriller. Bryant paid a tribute to his late father who passed away the day before. He threw up the X and then pointed at the sky all while failing to hold back … Continue reading Top 5 Dez Bryant Moments as a Dallas Cowboy

Why We Need Lavar Ball’s Basketball League

By Chris Thatcher The biggest lie we choose not to talk about is that the NCAA is, and will continue to exploit the talent of kids don’t wish to take part in it. The majority of talented players drafted into NBA didn’t finish college. Playing for the NCAA was never the goal for many young kids, and there is nothing wrong with that. However, what … Continue reading Why We Need Lavar Ball’s Basketball League

The Turning Point?

By Glen Chenoweth The Cowboys started the season with low expectations. Predicted to finish last in the Big 12, but after today’s win against previously unbeaten Florida State and last week’s close game against Wichita State the Cowboys are looking up. Earlier this week Davon Dillard and four-star recruit Zach Dawson were dismissed from the team but OSU has said this has nothing to do with the Lamont … Continue reading The Turning Point?

Best Matchups for 11.11 Men’s Basketball

By Brian Bass     All rankings according to     All times are in Central Time   #226 Canisius @ #151 Buffalo – ESPN3 12PM #145 Penn @ #221 Fairfield – 12PM #238 Dartmouth @ #310 Quinnipiac – ESPN3 1PM #177 North Dakota State @ #228 UC Santa Barbara – 3PM #297 Wagner @ #294 NJIT – ESPN3 5PM #266 Cleveland State @ #180 Akron … Continue reading Best Matchups for 11.11 Men’s Basketball

PG13 Fouls Out But Thunder Still Get the W

Shayden Smith I’m not sure what I’ve missed more: Russell Westbrook triple-doubles or writing these goofy articles. Let’s be honest, the thing I’ve missed the most since the Thunder have been on offseason is my main man Alex Abrines. Anyway, the Thunder are back and look to make a big statement with a few new faces, including PG13 and Melo. The team has a lot … Continue reading PG13 Fouls Out But Thunder Still Get the W

Thunder Roll in Season Opener

By: Trinton Mills The NBA season is in full swing and the Oklahoma City Thunder dominated in their home opener against the New York Knicks With a final score of 105 to 84, Paul George lead all scorers with 28 points. Other players that produced were Russell Westbrook, who racked in another triple double with  21 points, 16 assists, and 10 boards. Carmelo Anthony added … Continue reading Thunder Roll in Season Opener

CFB Week 3 Recap

By Brian Bass *Editors note, due to unforeseen circumstances this should have been published a week ago but was delayed* Nick Fitzgerald is the most underrated quarterback in college football. Mississippi State is coming back up in the SEC again, and we can’t take our eyes off of Nick Fitzgerald. After orchestrating the biggest ranked upset of the year thus far, there is a lot … Continue reading CFB Week 3 Recap