Philadelphia Eagles: The Only Way To Go From Here Is Up

To most Philadelphia Eagles fans yesterday came as an unexpected gut check. A highly anticipated new look on offense was expected to take the world by storm as the Eagles transitioned from one of the oldest and slowest rosters in the league to one of the fastest and youngest. Many fans were waiting to see […]

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Indianapolis Colts: Three things we learned from the 20-27 loss in week 1

The Indianapolis Colts lost a game everyone thought they should have won yesterday. The AFC South is one of the most competitive divisions in the NFL right now. The Texans and the Titans are both coming off playoff campaigns in 2019 and the Jaguars are coming off a season where they let go of many […]

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Colts fall in the first game 27-20 to division rival Jaguars

The Indianapolis Colts lost their first game of the season against their divisional foe. The Jacksonville Jaguars contained the Colts rushing attack, but Philip Rivers made plays getting the Colts down the field in some aggressive play. However, the 17-year veteran threw two picks in key areas of the field which led to the loss.

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College athletics recruiting and the coronavirus pandemic

Here we are in the middle of September, and we are still battling the coronavirus pandemic. Not only has this pandemic affected everyone in the country, but our student athletes (specifically high school recruits) have been impacted severely. With so much uncertainty entering into this fall, where do our athletes stand in the recruiting process […]

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