NHL Conference Semifinal Preview

By Grant Becker The stage is set for the last eight NHL teams to make their run for Lord Stanley’s cup. The first round was loaded with goals, hits, assists, and plenty of overtime. The conference semifinals feature an in state rivalry, a rematch from last year’s first round, an original six matchup, and a battle between perennial Eastern Conference

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Winston has Crabs

By Jordan Scott Mr. Jameis Winston is in the headlines once again for his hand-eye-coordination but instead of handling a football he’s working with crab legs. Tallahassee police reported that Winston walked out of a local supermarket with a set crab legs without paying for them. According to Winston, he said that it was just an “innocent mistake,” but I’m

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Mock Draft or Mockery?

By John Deighton According to ESPN’s Draft Analysts Todd McShay and Mel Kiper Jr., defensive end Jadeveon Clowney will be the first pick in next week’s NFL Draft. While he could help solidify Houston’s defense alongside J.J. Watt, McShay, Kiper, and other analysts have projected that Atlanta and Buffalo could potentially trade up to the first spot to take Clowney.

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The Greatest Game Rarely Played

By Zachary Dammel Miniature golf. It pains me that it has become connotative of cheap and trashy fun. Second-rate attractions of third-rate facilities. Groupings of uninteresting turf mats, debased by thoughtless obstacles and smeared with tackiness. There once had been a gifted visionary to whom the idea of miniature golf was revealed. That gifted visionary has since been spat upon,

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