Category Archives: Sports & Leisure

College Of Wooster Basketball Is Atlanta Hawks Good

The College of Wooster’s football is pretty good. Their men’s basketball team, on the other hand, is really good. Like, Atlanta Hawks good. Since the 2006-07 season, my alma mater has made the NCAA Division III tournament (like the big … Continue reading

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Frank Wren’s Firing: Looking At The Braves Through A New (To Me) Metric

While the Major League Baseball playoffs have been amazing so far, the Atlanta Braves’ 2014 season is mercifully over. After a quick start to the season (17-7), they finished three games under .500 and 17 games back from the division … Continue reading

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Oberlin College: Not A Football School

Oberlin College in Oberlin, Ohio, is not a football school. It has a football team, the Yeomen, but it seems they will never approach the success of Division III powerhouse Washington & Jefferson College or Yeowoman-in-Chief Lena Dunham. Which is … Continue reading

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College of Wooster Football: Stay Lucky in 2014?

2012 was a bad year for the College of Wooster tackle football team. The Fighting Scots bottomed out at 2-8, steadily declining each year since an 8-2 record in 2008. After hiring a new coach, they rebounded in 2013 at … Continue reading

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World Cup 2014: Thumbs Up from Lukas Podolski, Instagram Star

I didn’t really know who Lukas Podolski was until some late night social media-ing. I now wish I would have paid more attention to the Polish-born forward because Lukas Podolski is an Instagram star. I’ve probably watched him play dozens of times … Continue reading

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World Cup 2014: At Least We Ran The Farthest

Well, at least the United States Men’s National Team ran the farthest. Even though the US couldn’t get past Belgium, the team ran 497km (an equivalent of 309 miles), the most of any country that made the Round of 16. … Continue reading

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World Cup 2014: USMNT Roster Jitters

The US has finished its warm-up games and is now as ready as they’ll ever be for their first match against Ghana on June 16. Their schedule is brutal, and coach Jurgen Klinsmann’s roster choices hasn’t eased the worrying. Klinsmann … Continue reading

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