Craig Lowell is a New York-based writer. Since graduating from Holy Cross, he has written for Sports Illustrated, Gawker Media, NBA TV, TheFanHub, The Sports Post, and the North Adams Transcript.
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As the NFL has become more of a pass-happy league, the premium placed on wide receivers has understandably gone up.
NFL teams have made no secret of the premium that is now placed on quality secondary players.
Five players whose names will almost certainly not be called on the first two days of the draft, but could still end up taking the league by storm in the years to come.
Ever since the high-octane days of the 1980s, when NHL scoring reached its all-time peak at over eight goals per game, it seems that no one has been satisfied with the level of scoring around the league.
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WIth their star winger under investigation for sexual assault, what could it mean for Chicago's chances?
Believe it or not, the most recognizable coach in the world might just in perfect position to come Stateside.
Due to the social media giant’s increasingly large footprint throughout the web, the availability issues sent ripple effects throughout the web and were felt by many different sites that use Facebook for login capabilities, chat features, and ad serving.
Though much of the hoopla from last Thursday’s Republican Primary debate has died down, pollsters and talking heads are still delving into the aftermath of the candidates’ performances and how it might affect their popularity numbers going forward. We, of course, are interested in far different metrics.