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Braves suffer “disappointing” loss to New Mexico

In one of the most anticipated games of the year, the Bradley men’s basketball team fell to New Mexico on Saturday in the final Mountain West-Missouri Valley Conference Challenge matchup. The Lobos emerged victorious, with a score of 85-75. Bradley head coach Brian Wardle expressed…

Hot dogs, Big Macs and NBA basketball

Over Thanksgiving break, I had the chance to attend a Chicago Bulls game against the Miami Heat at the United Center. The Heat went on to win 103-96. The two teams aren’t the most exciting or talented in the league right now. In fact, they…

Foul play: Braves commit 28 fouls in loss to IUPUI

When junior guard Jayden Hodgson checked in at the scorer’s table after the first media timeout, his number was listed incorrectly on the official score book. This accident would be the first of three technical fouls and countless mental errors that plagued the Braves in…

One-On-One: Who is your Super Bowl pick?

Los Angeles Rams By: Josh Schwam Last season, the Los Angeles Rams had a breakthrough. They improved their record from 4-12 to 11-5. They went from third to first in the NFC West, almost in the blink of an eye. Quarterback Jared Goff has proven…

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…

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