From obstruction calls to game-ending pickoffs, the 2013 World Series had its fair share of shocking moments. But the most surprising of all had to be the end result: The Boston Red Sox completed their worst-to-first campaign by winning a championship, their third in the past decade.
Six weeks through the NFL, it’s hard to truly feel like we understand every team. There’s still plenty of mysteries to be solved, games to be played and injuries to be had. But right now, teams have defined themselves enough to where they can be described in the most fantastic of ways: music.
I’ve given every NFL team their own theme song, a song off the top 100 Billboard hits right now that accurately describes each team.
It was fourth and goal with under two minutes to go. The Lions needed one stop to knock off Kean University, and they got it as sophomore defensive back Matthew Fleck stuffed Kean quarterback Robert Meade at the 1-yard line to sexure a 7-0 victory.
Chinese food is a staple in the lives of most college students. Whether you’re sick of Eickhoff or need a late-night snack, an order of chicken and broccoli is less than an hour away. But all Chinese food is not created equal, which is why I’m going to tell you about the best Chinese place near the College: Tan May.
A college degree is more than just a piece of paper. With the ever-increasing cost of tuition combined with the state of the country’s economy, some may question if a degree is truly worth the time, money and energy students must exert over the course of four — or more — years.
When things aren’t working, it’s often time for a change. That’s what Lions head coach Wayne Dickens saw in the team’s 7-2 win over Southern Virginia University on Saturday, Sept. 28 when he benched sophomore quarterback Chris Spellman in favor of sophomore quarterback Sam Paladino. The result was the College’s first win of the season.
A blockbuster trade between the Boston Red Sox and the Los Angeles Dodgers last year effectively made Boston the land of the misfit toys. The Red Sox had endured one of their worst seasons in recent memory, finishing at the bottom of the AL East despite lofty expectations. Fast forward to right now, as Boston has the best record in baseball during a season that had virtually no expectations.
What a difference a year makes.