New York Football Reaches New Low

by Michael Bottiglieri, Contributor The fall season is here, which should only mean happiness in the eyes of football fans around the world. However, we are currently three weeks into the NFL season and all that is felt amongst Jets and Giants fans is pain. Both teams currently stand at 0-3 with young quarterbacks who can’t seem to receive any help from their offensive line. … Continue reading New York Football Reaches New Low

Tom Brady Ends G.O.A.T Debate

Michael Bottiglieri, Contributor On March 20, 2020, Tom Brady officially signed his contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, breaking both the internet and the hearts of lifelong Patriots fans.  Backtrack to the 2019 season, the Buccaneers were 7-9 being while led by former first overall pick Jameis Winston, who tallied up an all-time high 30 interceptions which led to 112 total points for opposing teams. … Continue reading Tom Brady Ends G.O.A.T Debate

With Super Bowl LV On the Horizon, Students Help Preview the Big Game

by Anna Woods & Maria Thomas, Editor-in-Chief & Staff Writer Brenna McNamara, Sophomore Marketing Major Who do you want to win? With Tom Brady leading the Bucs into his tenth appearance on the Super Bowl stage, it is the first time the Bucs will see the big stage in about 20 years. On the other hand, young superstar, Patrick Mahomes is making his second appearance … Continue reading With Super Bowl LV On the Horizon, Students Help Preview the Big Game

2018-2019 NFL Season Underway at Manhattan College

by Jack Melanson News Editor A new NFL football season represents hope, pride and a chance for the ultimate reward; hoisting the Lombardi Trophy come February. After last season ended with a 41-33 victory for Nick Foles and the Philadelphia Eagles over Tom Brady and the New England Patriots, football fans from all over are ready for more. As the season has kicked off, Week 1 was … Continue reading 2018-2019 NFL Season Underway at Manhattan College

The Jasper Eleven: A Game-Changer

Before the modern era of Manhattan College athletics, with basketball at its center, Jasper Nation was founded on the gridiron. Football first gained varsity status in 1892 and played regularly scheduled games against such teams as Villanova, Seton Hall and Wesleyan University. The team’s first head coach was Dr. Frank C. Armstrong, a local physician who coached in his spare time. “The team is smartly … Continue reading The Jasper Eleven: A Game-Changer

NFL Domestic Violence Scandal: What is the Next Step?

“We’ve seen all too much of the NFL doing wrong. That starts with me,” Commissioner Roger Goodell said in a press conference. It seems like whenever the National Football League is in the news these days, it is something negative. Stories of arrests and domestic violence cases are taking away from the game of football. Being a huge football fan myself, it’s disappointing to see … Continue reading NFL Domestic Violence Scandal: What is the Next Step?

No Football, No Spirit? Think Again

Anxious college freshman leaving home for the first time can generally find solace and comfort in three guarantees. There will be beer. There will be weight gain. And there will be football. That is, unless you’re a freshman at Manhattan College. With our high school buddies at large universities packing campus stadiums weekend after weekend to partake in the experience of college football, it’s easy … Continue reading No Football, No Spirit? Think Again