NFL COVID-19 Protocols

Photo by Mufid Majnun (for more of Majnun’s work, go to https://unsplash.com/@mufidpwt) September 30th, 2020 By Mufaddal Anis COVID-19 has been a challenge that everyone has had to overcome this year, and major sports leagues have been no different. Different leagues addressed the issues in different ways. The NFL has had their protocols and safetyContinue reading “NFL COVID-19 Protocols”

We Want To Play?

Photo by Alex Mertz (for more of Alex’s work go to https://unsplash.com/@alexmertz) September 23rd, 2020 By Mufaddal and Jacob The #WeWantToPlay movement took shape in mid-August, with Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence and Ohio State’s Justin Fields leading the charge, and it seems like they achieved their goal. College football is back, and now just three outContinue reading “We Want To Play?”

State of Sports 09-18-20

Last 2 Weeks in Review What a month of sports September has been. The return of the NFL, ridiculous NBA playoff games, Hockey playoffs, baseball’s season reaching its final quarter, soccer starting up in Europe, and College Sports news. This week’s State of Sports details it all. Football This was the first week of NFLContinue reading “State of Sports 09-18-20”

Lionel Messi – The Argentinian Assassin

Photo by Philippe Bourhis (See more of Philippe’s work at https://unsplash.com/@iamphilbo) September 9th, 2020 By: Mishal Goel I was really expecting to title this blog post “The Decision” and how Messi would take his talents to Manchester City, but that did not happen. Instead Messi opted to stay at Camp Nou to play another seasonContinue reading “Lionel Messi – The Argentinian Assassin”

State of Sports 08/21/20

Last 2 Weeks in Review Welcome to this edition of our State of Sports blog! The sports world has been a buzz with stories and we are only able to cover a few in our blog posts and podcasts, so here is everything we’ve covered and everything we missed! This post features news about collegeContinue reading “State of Sports 08/21/20”