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Brissett breaks in; Titans trail behind

Brissett breaks in; Titans trail behind

Trevor Morris

September 25, 2016


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...

Boston blasts Yankees for series sweep

Boston blasts Yankees for series sweep

Brooke Patterson

September 24, 2016


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The Yankees had no idea what to expect from the Red Sox this series as they entered Fenway Park last Thursday night. David Ortiz hit a solo home run in the eighth inning, adding to his 538 career home runs. The Sox were trailing behind in the ninth inning when, with two outs, Hanley Ramirez steps up to the p...

Maria Sharapova receives two-year suspension for using banned substance

Maria Sharapova receives two-year suspension for using banned substance

Skylar To

June 21, 2016


Filed under Golf, Journal Pro Sports Column, Sports

Maria Sharapova received a two year suspension for using a banned substance. See what one Suffolk professor and Rams tennis head coach have to say about it.

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Commentary: One Boston

Commentary: One Boston

Trevor Morris

April 20, 2016


Filed under Journal Pro Sports Column, Sports

  “You will run again. Because that is what the people of Boston are made of,” said Barack Obama after the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. “That’s why a bomb can’t beat us. That’s why we don’t hunker down. That’s why we don’t cower in fear,” he said at the peak of his speech, during an...

Commentary: Thank you Papi

Trevor Morris

April 13, 2016


Filed under Journal Pro Sports Column, Sports

To the city of Boston, David Ortiz has become an icon. Ortiz has been a part of Red Sox baseball for the past 14 years and on his journey brought home three World Series championships, ended an 86-year championship drought, and broke the curse of the Bambino. From day one, Ortiz knew he wanted to be...

Mediocrity headlines WrestleMania 32

Colin Barry

April 6, 2016


Filed under Journal Pro Sports Column, Sports

The AT&T Stadium was packed with more than 100,000 wrestling fans in attendance for the show in Arlington, TX. They were anticipating an engaging show, which is intended to the WWE’s version of the Super Bowl, where athletic competition and pop culture collide. But it was the ending to the matche...

Commentary: Red Sox seek redemption

Trevor Morris

April 6, 2016


Filed under Journal Pro Sports Column, Sports

With the MLB season officially underway on Sunday, the Red Sox hope to bounce back from yet another failed season last year. But, the new season comes with multiple controversies. When a team signs a star player to a maximum-level contract, it would seem that  player would be the team’s starting third baseman for years to co...

Irish vs. American: UFC 196 Preview

Colin Barry

March 2, 2016


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Champion vs. Champion. Veteran vs. Veteran. Welterweight vs. Featherweight. This is the second UFC pay-per-view in the promotion’s history where the headlining fight is between fighters belonging to two different weight classes. UFC Welterweight Nate Diaz is set to square off against reigning UFC ...

Commentary: Sox aren’t so cozy with ‘Panda’s’ weight

Trevor Morris

February 24, 2016


Filed under Journal Pro Sports Column, Sports

Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval lost roughly twenty pounds since the last game he played for Boston in the 2015 season, according to manager John Farrell. “I just do my work, try to do everything I can out there” said Sandoval to reporters at the Red Sox spring training facility in Fort Meyer...

The Fastlane to WrestleMania

Colin Barry

February 24, 2016


Filed under Journal Pro Sports Column, Sports

WWE’s Fastlane set the tone on Sunday night finishing off the final pay-per-view before WrestleMania 32. The self-proclaimed Roman Empire defeated Dean Ambrose and Brock Lesnar in the main event. WWE Superstar Roman Reigns is going to his second consecutive WrestleMania main event after winning the m...

All Betts are on for Red Sox turn around

Trevor Morris

February 10, 2016


Filed under Journal Pro Sports Column, Sports

2015 turned into yet another dismal season for the Boston Red Sox after they finished with yet another losing record in what had originally seemed ike a promising season. Former General Manager Ben Cherington took the blame for the team’s back-to-back losing seasons following highlight World Series ...

The Yes movement is over, Daniel Bryan retires

Colin Barry

February 10, 2016


Filed under Journal Pro Sports Column, Sports

WWE superstar Daniel Bryan made the shocking announcement on Twitter on Monday that he is ending his nearly two-decade career. Making his way out to deafening cheers in his hometown of Seattle, Bryan emotionally addressed the Monday Night RAW audience. “Within the first five months of my wrestling career, I...

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