4th and Inches: NFL Coaches on the Hot Seat

When Ron Rivera took over as the head coach of the Washington Commanders, he faced a near impossible task. The franchise was under pressure to change the team name and logo for its insensitive and demeaning portrayal of indigenous culture. The ownership was also under fire for allegations of workplace misconduct. On the football side of things, Washington was coming off of a three-win season.  

4th and Inches: Eagles spoil revenge and an AFC East thriller

Washington Commanders’ starting quarterback Carson Wentz played against his former team, the Philadelphia Eagles, for the first time since his departure in 2021. The divorce between Wentz and the Eagles was anything but pretty. So when the Commanders were scheduled to play Philadelphia in Week 3 of the 2022-23 season, all eyes were on Wentz as he faced off against his former team. 

Notebook: Women’s soccer team growing one game at a time

The Boston University women’s soccer team beat the United States Naval Academy 1-0 on Sept. 24 at Nickerson Field. The Terriers (5-6, 2-1 Patriot League) continue conference play against Lehigh University on Oct. 1 in hopes of racking up their third Patriot League win of the season. The season has been one of ups-and-downs, but one word underlines it all: growth.

4th and Inches: Three storylines from NFL Week 2

Miami Dolphins’ third-year quarterback Tua Tagovailoa has the National Football League world buzzing after throwing six touchdown passes in a stunning 42-38 comeback win against the Baltimore Ravens.  Tagovailoa entered the NFL in the 2020 Draft as the fifth overall pick. Since then, his career has been plagued with injury and disappointment.

The Washington Commanders are one of the NFL's biggest mysteries heading into the 2022-23 season. Washington had a disappointing 2021-22 season after winning the NFC East title the year before. However, their 2021 season shouldn't be used to dismiss the team's progression in 2020. Injuries and COVID-19 outbreaks sidelined key players for extended periods of... Continue Reading →

The Future is Bright in New York

RJ Barrett (9) contests Jalen Brunson's (13) shot (Photo Credits: Andy Marlin-USA TODAY Sports). The New York Knicks have disappointed their fans for the past 30 years and the 2021-22 season was no exception. The Knicks finished fourth in the east in 2020-21 led by Julius Randle. They lost in the first round of the... Continue Reading →

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