Category: Sports

Op-Ed: An Open Letter to Pitt Athletics

By Jordan Fields (T&f ’16-’20) & Ian Troost (FB ’16) Editor’s Note: This is a republication of a letter written in response to the ongoing Black Lives Matter movements in regards to the Pitt...

Breaking down the NBA Restart

By Katie King The anxiously awaited NBA restart is just over a month away from tipping off inside the quarantine “bubble” at ESPN’s Wide World of Sports in Orlando, FL. However as the July...

The Century Mark: NHL Power Rankings Week 22

By Kevin Mejia Biggest Jump: Minnesota Wild, 9 Biggest Drop: Vancouver Canucks, 8 Boston Bruins (42-13-12) (UP 2) – Classless. The B’s have won 3 in a row.  Wins against Dallas, the Islanders, and...

Post All Star Break: NBA Power Rankings

By Jason Katze Milwaukee Bucks (47-8) – The Giannis-led Bucks have been surging this year, with a league-best record of 46-8. Giannis is currently the frontrunner for MVP, with averages of 30 PPG, 13.5...

And Away… We… Go! NHL Power Rankings Week 20

By Kevin Mejia Biggest Jump: Winnipeg Jets, 7 Biggest Drop: Columbus Blue Jackets, 10 Tampa Bay Lightning (40-15-5) (NO MOVEMENT) – The gears are fully turning. The machine has registered signs of intelligence.  They’re...

The Final Third: NHL Power Rankings Week 19

By Kevin Mejia Biggest Jump: Colorado Avalanche, 6 Biggest Drop: Nashville Predators, 9 Tampa Bay Lightning (37-15-5) (UP 3) – The hottest team in the league, no questions asked. The Bolts have won 8...

Legacy: NHL Power Rankings Week 18

By Kevin Mejia Biggest Jump: Dallas Stars, Nashville Predators, 5 Biggest Drop: Florida Panthers, 6 Boston Bruins (32-10-12) (UP 1) – And all of a sudden, the Bruins are feeling themselves once again. The...