Senators will try to Take 2-1 Lead Over Boston

After the Bruins blew a 3-1 lead to send Game 2 into overtime, Dion Phaneuf scored the goal that would put Ottawa even with Boston in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Chris Wideman and Derick Brassard scored the two third goals that would even out the game, both assisted by Phaneuf. The…

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Bruins Look to Take 2 Game Lead over Sens

On Wednesday, the Boston Bruins came into Ottawa and topped the Senators 2-1. Despite not even getting the puck on net for the duration of the 2nd period, Boston rallied during the 3rd. Massachusetts native Frank Vatrano scored the game tying goal, while Brad Marchand put away the game-winner with 2:33 left in regulation. Today,…

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North Carolina Back on Top

The North Carolina Tar Heels are national champions for the 6th time in their history! The Tar Heels were able to redeem themselves from their National Championship loss last year to Villanova, and power through for another championship banner in Chapel Hill. In the first half, both teams started fast but couldn’t hit shots. Gonzaga…

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Two Teams to Renew Series

In a press release from UTsports.com the Tennessee football program announced Monday that two future games have been scheduled. The games will be against a familiar opponent for the Vols, the Oklahoma Sooners. The Volunteers and Sooners last met at Neyland Stadium in 2015. The two prestigious programs first met in the 1939 Orange Bowl,…

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South Carolina’s Magical Run Skids to a Halt

The South Carolina Gamecocks basketball team went where their team had never been before- The Final Four. Their Cinderella run stopped there Saturday night after they fell to Gonzaga in Phoenix, Arizona. The top seeded Gonzaga Bulldogs, led by Nigel Williams-Goss, and 7-foot-1 Przemek Karnowski, were able to subdue South Carolina, something that was no…

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March Madness Recap- March 24

Late night action on Saturday led to some high-scoring, close affairs. There were 4 games Saturday night, and we’ll take a look at each one of them.   Butler: 80 UNC: 92 North Carolina won this game relatively easily behind 26 points from Joel Berry III. North Carolina led by 16 at halftime and while…

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Tennessee Spring Football: The RBs

As the Tennessee Volunteers football team continues spring practice, one of the most dynamic positions on the football team in the running back position. Despite the departure of Alvin Kamara to the NFL, the Tennessee running backs in waiting are some of the best athletes on Rocky Top. John Kelly Running back John Kelly is…

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WBC Recap

The United States won the World Baseball Classic, defeating Puerto Rico. The win attracted the attention of Mike Trout, who said that he would play on the 2021 team. Baseball is America’s sport, and the idea of a baseball tournament in which America has never won is laughable. Hopefully in the future, Team USA will…

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Tennessee to Fill Starting QB Roll

The Tennessee Volunteers football team began spring practice Tuesday afternoon, and the number one question for Vols fans is, “Who will the starting quarterback be this fall?” After senior quarterback Joshua Dobbs was lost to graduation, Vols’ head coach Butch Jones and new offensive coordinator Larry Scott are tasked with the job of distinguishing who…

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