By Anthony McClean, Editor In Chief Emeritus When looking back on Week 11, we were given another look at the past, present, and future of the Field Generals throughout the league. Superman’s return in Charlotte represents a look back at the Panthers’ past while peeking at its immediate future. The emergency start by Tyler Hundley […]Read more "The NFL’s Field Generals Report: Week #11"
By Richard Kent, Staff Reporter Through Monday’s games 1. Yale: The eye test still says they are tops. KenPom agrees. And Azar Swain is the best Ivy hooper. Jalen Gabbidon has been a stud. Need EJ Jarvis back inside. 2. Princeton: Getting scoring both outside from Ethan Wright and inside as well. Can be high octane. Great […]Read more "Power Rankings: Ivy League Men’s Hoops"
By Anthony McClean, Editor-In-Chief Emeritus As we reach double digits in play weeks for the league, we had another mixed bag of news on and off the field for the Field Generals. While Jon Gruden’s lawsuit was one of the major off-the-field stories, a series of comebacks dominated the news on the field. In Seattle, […]Read more "The NFL’s Field Generals Report: Week #10"
By Richard Kent, Staff Reporter Big Ten basketball is dramatically overrated. It has been for years and incredibly has not produced a National Champion since Michigan State in 2000. And before that, one must go back to Michigan in 1989. Think about that. Let it marinate. UConn, now in the Big East again has won three such […]Read more "Enough Is Enough With The Big Ten Love"
By Gary Norris Gray, Staff Reporter The Sports media asked a simple YES or NO question. Did you get vaccinated? Mr. Rodgers danced around the question and finally answered, “I have been immunized”. He also later stated that he was allergic to some of the ingredients of the Covid-19 vaccine. O.K. Mr. Rodgers, you should […]Read more "IF AARON RODGERS WERE BLACK"
By Anthony McClean, Editor in Chief Emeritus Looking back at Week 9’s action reminds me of a quote that’s commonly attributed to the fictitious sportswriter Oscar Madison of The Odd Couple. “There’s no such thing as a sure thing. That’s why they call it gambling.” After looking at some of the outcomes, the sloppy guy […]Read more "The NFL’s Field Generals Report: Week #9"
By Anthony McClean, Editor-In-Chief Emeritus As we enter the mythical “middle of the season” on Sunday, injuries to key members and weird happenings are a major part of this week’s discourse. The up and down season for “Famous Jameis” has come to a crashing end as the former Heisman Trophy winner will miss the rest […]Read more "The NFL’s Field Generals Report: Week #8"
By Anthony McClean, Editor-In-Chief Emeritus To paraphrase Ms. Aretha Franklin, let’s call Week Seven exactly what it was — Blowout Sunday. 38-3. 41-17. 54-13. 31-5. 25-3. If there was a clear trend it was that most of the winners were winning big. Only one game (Atlanta at Miami) was decided by a single score. Depending […]Read more "The NFL’s Field Generals Report: Week #7"
MEDIOCRITY AND HYPOCRISY Gary Norris Gray-BASN Staff Reporter The National Football League turned the corner of game seven of the 2021 season and very little has changed. There has been a slight movement from 9 Black starting quarterbacks to 11. This number will fluctuate from week to week as these young men continue proving that […]Read more "MEDIOCRITY AND HYPOCRISY"