Like countless Americans, I have recently become a slave to the 24-hour news cycle. As I compulsively refresh Twitter or flick on the television, my heart braces for the worst. Such is the emotional tailspin that is the NFL free agency period.
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For any sports aficionado unacquainted with the five stages of grief, the last few weeks have been a rather illuminating crash course.
Oh, my gosh — Tom Brady and the Patriots are totally breaking up. At least, that’s what many are speculating after Brady stumbled into a wild card playoff loss following his worst statistical season.
Do you suffer from perennial disappointment? Do you feel like a visitor in your nearly empty home Paul Brown Stadium? Do you spend your nights gingerly stroking a Ken Anderson trading card from the mid-’70s?
A youngster who thrives when grown men can't, working basketball magic for the crowds he enchants. It is easy to see why the Grizzlies fans chant for the NBA’s premiere rookie— Ja Morant.
IU women’s swimming and diving took third place in the Big Ten Women's Swimming and Diving Championships on Saturday at the Campus Recreation and Wellness Center in Iowa City, Iowa.
Last February, IU women’s swimming and diving earned the Big Ten title in its home Counsilman-Billingsley Aquatics Center, edging out Michigan through a four-day contest. Wednesday, the defending champions head to Ames, Iowa, hoping to replicate that success.
At the 92nd Academy Awards on Feb. 9, South Korean director Bong Joon-ho’s Parasite became the first foreign language film to win Best Picture. This global inclusivity was a watershed moment in cinema but has long been a trend in professional basketball.
The United States Department of Health and Human Services recommends that an active woman in her early 20s consume roughly 2,400 calories daily. In the case of IU senior rowing captain Abigail Bogovich, that number hovers somewhere closer to 3,300.
Whether you are drying your tears with a gaudy yellow Terrible Towel or binge-eating your way through a block of Green Bay’s finest cheddar, the conclusion of the NFL season has taken an emotional toll on fans everywhere. After a committed five-month relationship, it is only natural to feel a bit of separation anxiety.
Buffalo wings that glow like little orange embers. Dips with more layers than an Agatha Christie novel. When millions of eyes aren’t plastered to a screen on Super Bowl Sunday, they are drastically overestimating just how much can be crammed into their owners’ stomachs.
A week prior to Friday’s showdown against No. 13 University of Louisville, IU women’s swimming and diving head coach Ray Looze said beating a team twice in one season was one of the more challenging feats in sports. This added degree of difficulty proved too much for the Hoosiers. They came up shy of the Cardinals 156.5-143.5 in their regular season finale.
Two months ago, IU women’s swimming and diving stayed afloat to beat the University of Louisville over a two-day stretch at home. The Hoosiers travel Friday to the Bluegrass State to try to replicate that achievement, something head coach Ray Looze said he knows will be a daunting undertaking.
Before its opening race versus Purdue on Saturday at the Counsilman-Billingsley Aquatics Center, IU women’s swimming and diving commemorated a number of seniors, including Cassy Jernberg and Maria Paula Heitmann.
Amid a schedule loaded with top-10 opposition, Saturday’s meet versus unranked Purdue at the Counsilman-Billingsley Aquatics Center will be a change of pace for IU women’s swimming and diving. After falling to Big Ten-favorite Michigan last week, this rivalry matchup is an opportunity for IU to reestablish itself among the league’s upper echelon.
In the moments after the final whistle at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, the Louisiana State University Tigers were crowned national champions Jan. 13 following a 42-25 conquest of Clemson University.
Two weeks after the ball dropped in Times Square, countless gym memberships and diet plans are concluding their brief life cycles. But as most Americans bid their lofty aspirations adieu, the pressure is greater than ever for four NFL teams to proclaim, “New year, new me.”
After 12 outings, Louisiana State University, Ohio State and Clemson are all unbeaten and can pencil themselves into the College Football Playoff bracket with a win on Conference Championship Weekend. The following is a case for each of the one-loss schools whose route to a national title strays a bit from the beaten path.
When it first formed in 1996, IU women’s rugby was a tribe without an identity. Unable to use the name “Hoosiers” due to its status as a club, the group was forced to adopt a different moniker. Thus the Indiana Redstorm was born.
Another week, another hornet’s nest of ranked opponents for No. 16 IU women’s swimming and diving.