Category: Sports

Are the Utes finally gonna shoot a blank?

Are the Utes finally gonna shoot a blank?

By Kelvin Butler, reporter. The No. 4 college football playoff spot is honestly up to the Oklahoma Sooners and the Utah Utes; maybe even the Baylor Bears if they completely blow out the Sooners. Obviously, this is if No. 2 LSU Tigers defeat No. 4 Georgia Bulldogs this for leaving the four spot open. But it’s college football so anything […]

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Fantasy Football Countdown: The playoffs approach

By Kelvin Butler, reporter.   With the playoffs approaching, and while most of the top teams don’t care, there is still hope for a low seed to come up and win the whole league. With most of the undefeated teams, or one or two lost players being on good teams, you would assume the last few NFL weeks are ideal […]

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The end draws near for another disappointing Lions season

By Kelvin Butler, reporter. The 2019-2020 season for the Detroit Lions had a lot of potential after starting off (2-0-1) in the first three games. But the wheels of momentum slowly started to come off after they almost stopped the hot Kansas City Chiefs, but let them off the hook in a three-point loss. Then the next week, the drama-filled […]

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Colin Kaepernick has an NFL problem

Colin Kaepernick has an NFL problem

By Kelvin Butler, reporter Colin Kaepernick is a very polarizing figure in sports who sacrificed his future in the NFL by kneeling during the national anthem, in protest over the police brutality among the African-American community. This leads to what some people would refer to as being black balled by the NFL. Right now, Kaepernick is in a lose-lose situation […]

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The Wolverine massacre (part 2)

The Wolverine massacre (part 2)

By Kelvin Butler, reporter. The game of the week to some people is not the Alabama Crimson Tide vs. Auburn Tigers or Oklahoma Sooners vs. Oklahoma State Cowboys. For many people, especially those from the northern part of the country, the game of the week is No. 1 Ohio State Buckeyes vs. No. 13 Michigan Wolverines at the Big House, […]

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A once prestigious conference takes a sad fall

A once prestigious conference takes a sad fall

By Kelvin Butler, reporter. Alright now, back in my day, the Big 12 conference has 12 teams. All of them had their roles and unique skill set, with Texas A&M Aggies being the wild card team who always has top 25 talent. Then Nebraska Cornhuskers was the Big 12 North division top dog, having multiple appearances in the Big 12 […]

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The hungry Bears are trying to get the Detroit Lions leftovers

By Kelvin Butler, reporter   On Thanksgiving Day, the first game of the day will be the Chicago Bears heading off to the Ford field to give the Detroit Lions some competition. In this match-up both teams have the players and coaches to do such a thing. The Bears are having a terrible season with the quarterback, which is an […]

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Lady Pioneers drop the ball at start of season

Lady Pioneers drop the ball at start of season

By Kelvin Butler, reporter. UNIVERSITY CENTER – The Delta College women’s basketball team has had a shaky start to the 2019/2020 season so far, with two losses and one win. On their first home game Wednesday, Nov. 6, the team played against Mid Michigan Community College and lost 49-73 in a classy showing from Mid Michigan. Their two best players […]

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Fantasy Football Countdown: These five teams are the talk of the town

Fantasy Football Countdown: These five teams are the talk of the town

By Kelvin Butler, reporter. New England Patriots – These guys have three players in the top 100. All of them are monsters, starting with their defense who is ahead of every other defense by a whopping 70 points. Then there’s Tom Brady, who is a top ten in the fantasy quarterback. Top it off with Julian Edelman, who is a […]

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Lady Pioneers finish second in national championship

Lady Pioneers finish second in national championship

By Kelvin Butler, reporter. They missed it by 👌*that* much. On Sunday, Nov. 17, the No. 2 seed Delta Pioneers faced off against the No. 1 seed Brookhaven Bears in the NJCAA women’s soccer national championship game. The Bears won 2-0 in a very nice flowing game where both teams had chances to score and Brookhaven just made more shots […]

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