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Brady revisits childhood home team, Patriots defeat San Francisco 49ers 30-17

Brady revisits childhood home team, Patriots defeat San Francisco 49ers 30-17

Hannah Arroyo
November 22
Filed under Journal Pro Sports Column, Sports

The New England Patriots defeated the San Francisco 49ers 30-17 Sunday afternoon at Levi’s Stadium. Patriots Quarterback, Tom Brady, grew up as a 49ers fan himself and seemed full of nostalgia as he stood on the field in his tan trench coat before the game started Sunday. Brady grew up in San M...

Brissett breaks in; Titans trail behind

Brissett breaks in; Titans trail behind

Trevor Morris
September 25
Filed under Journal Pro Sports Column

Tom Brady? Suspended. Jimmy Garoppolo? Injured. Third string quarterback Jacoby Brissett? Leading the New England Patriots to victory. What was so astonishing about this victory was the odds in which the Patriots were facing. Top receiving target Rob Gronkowski was still hampered by his hamstrin...

Deflategate: all economics for Roger Goodell, NFL

Deflategate: all economics for Roger Goodell, NFL

Ian Kea
June 7
Filed under Sports

It’s all about the money these days. Deflategate has been heard around the nation, and Pats fans are sick of it. With a 16 percent difference of inflation it shouldn’t be a big deal, right? But the NFL wants a story they can profit off of. Currently Tom Brady’s jerseys are the best selling item...

Patriots say ‘hello’ and ‘goodbye’ to players during busy off-season

Patriots say ‘hello’ and ‘goodbye’ to players during busy off-season

Ian Kea
March 25
Filed under Sports

  For Patriots fans, this offseason has felt like a post-Super Bowl hangover. Though the Patriots are the reigning world champions, they have already lost key members of the 2014 squad who fell to the almighty dollar in what is the free agency fiasco. The largest domino to fall was All-Pro...

Job well done: New England Patriots win first Super Bowl title in a decade

Job well done: New England Patriots win first Super Bowl title in a decade

Ian Kea
February 4
Filed under Sports

Entering the University of Phoenix stadium, Bill Belichick could not have known the New England Patriots savior to win Super Bowl XLIX would have come from a division two, University of West Alabama alumnus and undrafted rookie Malcolm Butler. After a spectacular play made by Seahawks receiver Jermaine...

Excitement fills City Hall Plaza for Patriots send-off

Excitement fills City Hall Plaza for Patriots send-off

Brigitte Carreiro, Sammy Hurwitz, and Ian Kea
January 26
Filed under Boston, Campus, Featured Stories, News, Sports

City Hall Plaza was the place to be Monday morning, as fans of the New England Patriots gathered to celebrate the NFL team’s departure to Glendale, Arizona, where they will take on the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX. Decked out in jerseys and Pats beanies and waving signs in the air, the cro...

Boston sends off the Patriots

January 26
Filed under Boston, News, Sports

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New England Patriots have plenty of things to work on, offensively and defensively

New England Patriots have plenty of things to work on,  offensively and defensively

Jeremy Hayes
September 17
Filed under Sports

The NFL season is still young and the New England Patriots are technically an average team with a 1-1 record. The Patriots had a huge win in Minnesota last Sunday against the Vikings 30-7. The blowout was enough to get fans excited, but it is still apparent that they have a lot of work left to do. Tom ...

Editor’s word: Response to Beacon Street blaze

April 2
Filed under Staff Editorial

Lieutenant Edward J. Walsh Jr. and firefighter Michael R. Kennedy tragically lost their lives attempting to put out the fire on Beacon Street last Wednesday. Deputy Fire Chief Joseph Finn said at the press briefing that evening that he had “never seen a fire travel that fast, escalate that quickly...

Here We Go Again! Brady reined in new Boston sports era

Here We Go Again! Brady reined in new Boston sports era

February 1
Filed under Sports

Athanasios Armenis Journal Staff Buckner. Bias. Boone. Grady Little...Ouch. Whether it’s been the 80’s, 90’s, or even early 2000’s, Boston teams have put their fans through unbearable, unthinkable and unimaginable situations. With arguably the most heartbreaking moments in professional sports h...

Brady continues to prove he is one of the elite

Brady continues to prove he is one of the elite

Michael Christina
September 14
Filed under Sports

Michael Christina Journal Staff In a tumultuous offseason for the NFL, the Patriots came out of the lockout with big moves in mind. The first major acquisition for the team came with a trade for Albert Haynesworth, the much maligned defensive lineman from the Washington Redskins. To follow that u...

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