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For the people that built it

The Bradley men’s cross country team has been grinding away day after day for the last five years. The hard work manifested itself in a National Championship bid on a cold Friday at a snow-covered, mud-stained Newman Golf Course in Peoria. From the start of…

How far we’ve come: Charley and the “Mad Dog” in Peoria

How far we have come: Charley and the Mad Dog in Peoria BY ANTHONY LANDAHL Assistant Sports Editor Charley Steiner sits back and relaxed, a can of Coke in his hand, in the lobby of the Caterpillar Global Communications Center. He smiles with a satisfied…

Petree leads Braves over SEMO

The last time the Bradley women’s basketball team scored 85 or more points in their home opener was in 2013. When the last buzzer sounded on Saturday night, the score stood at 85-79 in Bradley’s favor against Southeast Missouri State. Bradley avenged their 2017 loss…

One-on-one: Is Duke for real?

Duke is for real The real question here is not “Is Duke for real?” rather it’s will Duke go undefeated and win the National Championship? Let’s acknowledge Cam Reddish and RJ Barrett. First, on any other team in the country would be the best players…

One-on-one: Who is the most entertaining team in the NBA?

Golden State Warriors By: Matt Harrington The Warriors are still stacked this season and with the acquisition of DeMarcus Cousins, they look like the NBA’s most entertaining team from top to bottom. At point guard the Warriors have Steph Curry, arguably one of the greatest…

Beers with Bortles

“Jacksonville, Florida: the classiest city on earth.” The stadium reminded me of Detroit, as Kid Rock played throughout the stands. As I peered down at the tunnel, he appeared through the thick cloud of smoke emitted from the cheap cigarettes of fans. My hero, Blake…

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