Sports

Fordham Students Weigh in on the Charles Oakley Dilemma

The New York Knicks have become the epitome of a hyper-dysfunctional sports franchise.

Jets and Giants Look to Grow During Offseason

After disappointing finishes to 2016, both the New York Jets and New York Giants are looking to revamp their rosters and make improving changes heading into the 2017 season.

Antwoine Anderson’s Path to Success Begins in the Classroom

Anderson is a redshirt junior from Rochester, New York who scored two buzzer beaters in two different games, which led the Rams to victory.

Sleutjes Succeeds as Student and Swimmer

Hailing from over 1,000 miles away in Sherman Oaks, California, Christopher Sleutjes, Gabelli School of Business at Rose Hill (GSBRH) ’20, is a freshman on the Fordham University swim team.

Mets and Yankees Gear Up for Spring Training

With pitchers and catchers reporting to Spring Training later this month, both of New York’s baseball teams are beginning to finalize their rosters for the upcoming season after coming up short last season.

Fordham Finds Success During Winter Sports Season

As the weather has gotten colder, Fordham’s winter sports have been in full swing.

Who Will Win Super Bowl 51?

By OBSERVER STAFF By MATTHEW MCCARTHY Managing Editor New England Patriots Head Coach Bill Belichick has made a habit of capitalizing on the mistakes opposing teams make. If...

A New Trend Emerges in College Bowl Games

More and more players are starting to wonder if it’s worth playing in the bowl games which are scheduled at the end of the season.

Fordham Students Discuss NFL Playoffs

After a tumultuous regular season that saw the National Football League (NFL) face decreasing viewership, poor officiating, suspensions, injuries and other scandals, the 2016 season is nearing its final game.

NFL Viewership Continues to Decline

Viewership for what some call “America’s game,” is down in double digit percentages since last year, which has caused owners and the league to scramble for explanations.