As the National Football League (NFL)’s season came to a close a little less than a month ago, most Fordham students moved on to watching basketball, hockey or waiting for the baseball season to begin. However, for one Fordham alumni the NFL season never stops.
The New York Knicks have become the epitome of a hyper-dysfunctional sports franchise.
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.
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.
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...
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.
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.
Fall has come and gone, and winter prepares us for the next phase of sports. The National Basketball Association’s (NBA) basketball season has been off to a good start.
While nearly 75 million people play fantasy football in the United States and Canada this year, according to Forbes, many people do not know very much about industry behind the game.
Colin Kaepernick’s decision to sit during the National Anthem has sparked a nation-wide debate