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Spring Training under way as pitchers, catchers report

After what felt like the briefest offseason in recent history, baseball is back. Pitchers and catchers have already begun their first full workouts, with most of them reporting to their teams between Feb. 13 and 16. Position players are now making their ways to spring

Champions League enters knockout phase

As the Champions League continues on to the round of 16, many of the powerhouse clubs still remain meaning fans will likely be privy to a string of great matches ahead of the championship match in June. We saw this in the first game between

Son of Jerry Sandusky arrested for child sex abuse

Jeffrey Sandusky, the son of the convicted sex abuser and former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky, was arrested on Tuesday for 14 counts of child sex abuse charges, including solicitation of statutory sexual assault, solicitation of involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, six counts of unlawful

Serena Williams, Roger Federer lock up Australian Open

Serena prevailed defeating sister Venus 6-4, 6-4 to win the title, as well as her 23rd grand slam title. The win moved her past Steffi Graf on the list of all-time slam winners and she now is just one shy of Margaret Court’s long-standing record

NFL dishes out highest honors

Dak Prescott, the rookie quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys was named Offensive Rookie of the Year, edging out teammate Ezekiel Elliott. Prescott had an outstanding year leading the Cowboys to their best record in franchise history. Prescott took over for injured quarterback Tony Romo, and

New England Patriots win Super Bowl LI

Despite facing a 25-point deficit as late as the third quarter, Tom Brady and the Patriots pulled off arguably the most stunning comeback in Super Bowl history. After a slow start that saw their defense unable to contain a lethal Atlanta running game, New England

Metropolitan Division wins dramatic 2017 NHL All-Star game

The Metropolitan Division won the latest NHL All-Star game and collected a $1 million dollar prize taking down the Pacific Division 4-3. The 3-on-3 format game was back and forth with the Pacific Division scoring first thanks to Joe Pavelski. The Metropolitan Division tied the game

Who the Buc are you?: Swimmer Hannah Devereux’17

This week The Round Table sat down with  swimmer Hannah Devereux’17. The Round Table: Where is your hometown? Hannah Devereux: Newport News, Va. RT: Who’s your inspiration? HD: I would have to say my mom because she raised me by just being an overall badass

The Golden State Warriors are coming home

From 1962 to 1971, San Francisco was the home of the Warriors. Their final year in the City, the franchise changed their name to become more “geographically appropriate,” as the Golden State Warriors. Since 1972, Oakland has been where the Warriors have showcased their talents,