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Shave the Day

Christopher Dudek, Sports Columnist

December 5, 2012


Filed under Columns, Sports On The Side

Being bald is not all bad. You save a boatload of money on hair care products, you don’t get carded for alcohol because everyone assumes you are over the age of 35, and you get to scoff at dandruff as it fails to accumulate on your head. Still, not too many of us would choose to be bald if we didn’t...

A Realistic Conspiracy

CJ Dudek, Sports Columnist

November 27, 2012


Filed under Sports On The Side

That loud bang that you heard in the basement of New Dorm was the sound of the conspiracy theory machine being started up for the first time in a while. Everyone loves a good conspiracy theory. That is why there are a million different conspiracy theories surrounding the death of President Kennedy;...

Hard on James

CJ Dudek, Sports Columnist

November 14, 2012


Filed under Sports On The Side

Wait, hold on a second. You mean to tell me that an athlete left a winning team that he was a big part of to go earn about four million dollars more for a cellar dweller? I don’t know if you can see it, but I am doing the E-Trade Baby shocked face right about now. The Oklahoma City Thunder did not...

Cruzing to Victory

CJ DUDEK, Sports Columnist

November 7, 2012


Filed under Sports On The Side

A flurry of fists from the featherweight struck forceful blows. The punches thrown by Orlando Cruz hit home against a greater foe than his most recent opponent Jorge Pasos. Cruz’s win struck several well placed blows for openly gay athletes in every sport. After a statement he released earlier...

NBA Opening Overreactions

Christopher Dudek, Sports Editor

October 31, 2012


Filed under Sports On The Side

There are things bigger than sports that happen all across the world every day, and one event in particular hit a little closer to home than most. Let us take a moment to wish everyone suffering lost power, flooded homes, or property taken away by Hurricane Sandy the best of luck in coping with these...

Down With the Sickness

Christopher Dudek, Sports Editor

October 17, 2012


Filed under Sports On The Side

It is one thing to boo a player that sucks. It is perfectly fine to rip into your team on sports talk radio when they make a terrible trade. Hell, you can even support a player leaving town because he or she is a bad influence on your team. But under no circumstances is any fan, loyal or bandwagon-jumper,...

Triple Threat

Christopher Dudek, Sports Editor

October 10, 2012


Filed under Sports On The Side

The season closes with a crown replacing the Detroit Tigers hat worn by Miguel Cabrera. Cabrera conquered three kingdoms throughout the regular season. He seized territories in the realms of batting average, home runs, and runs batted in. The almighty Triple Crown sits upon the head of a Tiger. By...

And The Loser Is Everyone Who Cares About Hockey

And The Loser Is Everyone Who Cares About Hockey

Christopher Dudek, Sports Editor

September 19, 2012


Filed under Sports On The Side

Congratulations Garry Bettman, Sidney Crosby and everyone else at the decision making table for the NHL. You have officially passed college football as the most incompetent group of people running a sport to date. Oh it took quite a bit of effort to wrestle the crown away from the BCS. College football...

Seven Reasons Why Football Is Better Than Baseball

Seven Reasons Why Football Is Better Than Baseball

Christopher Dudek, Sports Editor

September 12, 2012


Filed under Sports On The Side

1: More people watch football. In 2010, the Texas Rangers were playing the New York Yankees in game 3 of the American League Championship Series. That same night, the Tennessee Titans played the Jacksonville Jaguars on Monday Night Football. A 30-3 blowout win by the Titans was seen by 7.2 percent...

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