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MLB 2017-2018 Offseason Transactions

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Written by: Nathan Kernell, Staff writer The 2017 – 2018 offseason for Major League Baseball has seen a fair share of “blockbuster trades” and teams attempting to rebuild teams. Both National League and American League teams have scored deals to improve their depth charts at each position and have introduced new names into their clubhouses. Read More

Livingston recovers from injury to retain ping pong intramural title

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Edited by Nathan Ecarma, Editor-in chief; contributor, Dr. Reggie Ecarma, faculty adviser Martin Livingston, senior, youth ministry major, still recovering from injury, won the Bryan College Ping Pong Intramural Singles and Doubles on Feb. 27. He has won in singles two times in a row, and the Martin Livingston/Reggie Ecarma team wins doubles again. The Read More

What you need to know about the Super Bowl

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Written by: Tanner White, Staff Writer The match is set. One of the greatest quarterbacks of all time, Tom Brady, is playing for history, and one team standing in his way, the Philadelphia Eagles. The two teams will face off on Sunday, February 4 at 6:30 p.m. at the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minn., Minnesota. Read More

Woods shows progress in latest return

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Written by: Colby Roach, Sports Editor  Tiger Woods finished his final round with two bogeys Sunday to shoot four-under 68 at the Hero World Challenge at Albany Golf Club in New Providence, The Bahamas. It wasn’t the ending he wanted, but it doesn’t take away from the strong performance in his return to golf, finishing Read More