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The Great Debate: Luck or No Luck?

The Great Debate: Luck or No Luck?

Jonny Glazier and Rohit Ramkumar, Staff Writers
March 7, 2012
Filed under College Sports, Columns, Great Debate

Rohit: NFL analyst Adam Schefter said that the no.1 overall pick would be worth up to three first round picks and a couple more second round picks. In my opinion, the value of three to four first round picks and a couple second round picks is much greater than the value of a once-in- a-lifetime player...

Colts Getting “Lucky”

Colts Getting “Lucky”

Shannon Scheel, Columnist
January 8, 2012
Filed under Columns, Shannon Says, Top Stories

Happy 2012, readers! Yes, this early on in the year, a crucial issue has caught my eye: the Colts have earned the number one draft pick. Yes, I do know that this means their season of one win and god KNOWS how many losses has earned them this title. Needless to say, the lack of Peyton Manning was...

Heisman Heist

Heisman Heist

Jonny Glazier, Staff Writer and Devoted Cardinal Fan
December 11, 2011
Filed under College Sports, Columns

In retrospect, I should have seen it coming. For the past three years, I have sat, anxiously in front of my television. For the past three years, I have hung my head in disbelief. For the past three years, I have dampened my Cardinal attire with tears of anguish. For the past three years, the Stanford...

Suck for Luck

Suck for Luck

Austin Poore, Staff Writer
November 16, 2011
Filed under College Sports, Features, Top Stories

The end of every sports season brings with it a heightened sense of urgency for nearly all teams involved, which is why it is often called a “race to the finish.” Whether they are competing for first place, a berth in the playoffs or to avoid the embarrassment of relegation to a lower league, c...

Column: why College Football should embrace a playoff

Column: why College Football should embrace a playoff

Jonny Glazier, Staff Writer
September 8, 2011
Filed under College Sports, Columns

As I watched my beloved Stanford Cardinal hoist the Orange Bowl trophy high into the sky of South Beach, I felt a maelstrom of mixed emotions. I was thrilled to see the Cardinal thrash the Virginia Tech Hokies by an astounding score of 40-12, and even more jubilant that I could harass my Uncle, a d...

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