Millions tuned in to watch Super Bowl LI this Sunday with the promise of seeing an intense showdown between this year’s top two football teams. An additional perk of watching the game was getting to see Lady Gaga perform in the much anticipated Pepsi Halftime Show. A group of self-proclaimed halftime experts and myself have […]

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As the spring semester rolls around, it can be a time of stress. There is stress about packing, buying new books, making sure you have great professors and what these next four months will bring. But this is also a time to be excited and ready to take on the new semester with confidence, friends and […]

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Georgia’s legislature approved a bill, called HB 757, which allows faith-based organizations to deny services and make employment decisions based on a “sincerely held religious belief,” according to The Washington Post. The bill has measures to protect religious leaders from being required to perform same-sex marriages and individuals from being forced to go to these […]

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We are now half way through the NFL season. Is your favorite team doing as well as you expected? Despite having the first loss of their season on Sunday, the Denver Broncos had a wonderful run in the first half. As a Broncos fan, I can’t be more proud of my team. However, I can’t […]

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If you have been keeping up with the football season, it’s not that hard to notice that there has been an increase in running plays on a lot of NFL teams lately. Teams like the Dallas Cowboys and the Denver Broncos, whose quarterback Peyton Manning has not been performing as well as he could be […]

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Welcome back Terriers! Are you ready for some football? The upcoming NFL season is teeming with intriguing matchups. As much as any football fan loves this sport, we want to watch all the 256 games of this season, if possible. However, with hectic college schedules, we have to make our choices. Thus, I came up […]

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Football fans are getting excited for the 2015 National Football League draft, which begins on Thursday. Each year, competitive college players are selected by professional teams to start their careers during the draft. Very often, players who are away from the spotlight get drafted first and players who are widely popular among fans don’t get […]

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The National Football League has always been officiated by men — until now. On Wednesday, the NFL made the groundbreaking announcement that Sarah Thomas has been selected as the first full-time female official in the history of the league. The NFL broke the gender barrier and introduced Thomas, not as a part-time referee or an […]

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