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Business as usual as volleyball returns to practice

Editor’s note: All athletic practices have been paused as a result of Bradley University’s two-week quarantine.  Despite the indefinite postponement of the season, the Bradley Volleyball team is back into its routine. The team returned to practice this week and picked up right where it…

One-on-one: Should MLB keep its new extra innings rule?

Ditch it- By Mason Klemm The MLB should get rid of its new extra innings rule. Enacted to shorten games amidst COVID-19, the rule states that a runner must be placed on second base at the start of every half-inning during extra innings. That runner…

Staff Picks: Favorite Sports Venue

There’s an old adage that says, “You don’t know how much you love something until it’s gone.”  Since the American sports scene was put on pause in March, sports fans have missed out on a lot. NCAA March Madness was canceled. MLB Opening Day was…

One-on-one: Most impressive player in NBA Playoffs

Jamal Murray – By Matthew Lucas Michael Jordan, Allen Iverson, Donovan Mitchell and Jamal Murray are the only players to have scored 50-plus points in multiple games in the same playoff series. Murray not only achieved this milestone, but he also led his team to…

Column: NBA Players make a true difference with strike

On Aug. 26, the Milwaukee Bucks made waves in the sports world when players went on strike prior to the fifth game of their playoff series against the Orlando Magic. The move put the NBA playoffs (and eventually other sports) on pause, successfully directing attention…

Jeremy Crouch continues to lead off the court

One of Bradley’s all-time leaders on the court remains a leader within his hometown community.  A 2020 inductee into the Bradley Athletics Hall of Fame, men’s basketball alumnus Jeremy Crouch splashed 262 3-pointers from 2004 to 2008, a mark that still stands as a program…

COVID-19 keeps Shea Stadium empty

It’s been months since Shea Stadium has hosted a sporting event of any kind. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the Missouri Valley Conference postponing fall sports, the home of Bradley Soccer lays dormant and will be for the foreseeable future. Under normal circumstances, the…

One-on-one: Where should Messi go?

Editor’s note: This one-on-one was published before Lionel Messi announced on Friday he would be staying with FC Barcelona after the club refused to transfer the him.  Manchester City- By Allan Kabese Who would’ve thought this would ever happen? For anyone with remote knowledge of…

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