June 4, 2020

Perry Picks

October 7, 2014 Kevin Luo 0

This Saturday was a crazy day in college football. Arizona State beat USC on a last second Hail Mary. Three of the top six teams in the nation lost on Saturday — after No. 2-ranked […]

An end of an era at Yankee Stadium

October 1, 2014 Kevin Luo 0

I can’t say I’m the biggest baseball fan in the world, but you don’t need to be a Yankees fan or a baseball fan to appreciate the magnitude of Derek Jeter’s final moments at Yankees […]

Kemoeatu retires from NFL to donate kidney

September 24, 2014 Kevin Luo 0

After another week of turmoil in the NFL, it’s great to hear more stories like this amidst all the chaos. The NFL has had many notable pairs of brothers: the Mannings, the Barbers and many others. But how many brothers could say they gave up their NFL career to help their brother in need? […]

Bengals supportive of Still and daughter

September 18, 2014 Kevin Luo 0

Last week, I wrote about the Cincinnati Bengals signing Devon Still to their practice roster after originally cutting him to help him pay for his daughter’s cancer treatments. This week, there have been continued developments in this story, and it has become one of the best feel-good stories in sports this year. […]

Wes Welker suspension

September 9, 2014 Kevin Luo 0

This past week, Denver receiver Wes Welker was suspended for the first four games of the NFL season for a violation of the NFL’s drug policy. There has been speculation on what drug Welker was suspended for using. Some sources have said that the drug was amphetamines, MDMA (or “molly”) or non-prescribed Adderall. Welker was adamant that he hasn’t knowingly taken anything on the NFL’s banned substance list and has said he plans on appealing the suspension. I feel this suspension, however, is a blessing in disguise for Welker — he’d be better off just taking it and sitting out the first four games. […]

Devon Still offseason

September 9, 2014 Kevin Luo 0

Two years ago, the Bengals drafted Penn State defensive tackle Devon Still in the second round of the 2012 draft. After a successful Penn State career culminating in the 2011 Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year award, Still was expected to be an impact defensive player in the NFL. This offseason, however, Still saw himself fighting for a roster spot following a couple of sub-par seasons.

Mo’ne Davis

August 26, 2014 Kevin Luo 0

Mo’ne Davis definitely made viewers at the Little League World Series rethink the phrase “throwing like a girl.” […]

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