Different Directions; Same Goal: US and Mexican Soccer Heading Towards 2014

The US men’s soccer team has reclaimed the throne of premier soccer power in the Northwest part of the globe, riding an 11-game winning streak including a Gold Cup Championship.  The US is currently the cream of the CONCACAF crop.  This coincides with rough waters for the US’s largest rival Mexico, who had previously won the two most recent Confederation… Read More

MLB’s Jerry Meals Problem: What to Do?

Jerry Meals caused controversy once again last night when he made a game-changing, possibly division-changing bad call in the Rays-Red Sox game last night. Daniel Nava was called out on a sacrifice attempt when video replays showed that he was obviously safe, in a play that would have tied the game at two going into the ninth inning. Instead, the… Read More

Taking a look at Villanova’s chance at landing Ja’Quan Newton

Ja’Quan Newton, one of the nation’s premier point guards, recently announced via his Twitter account that he will be cutting his college list down to 5 next week.   Cuttin My College List 2 a Top 5 Next week!!!!! #Staytuned — Ja’Quan Newton (@J_Newton20) July 22, 2013   While Newton remains Villanova’s top target in the 2014 class, there are… Read More