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Baseball writers hand out NL and AL awards

With the World Series over, MLB’s 2016 award season is in full swing. This past week, the Rookie of the Year, Cy Young, Most Valuable Player and Manager of the Year awards were handed out for both the National and American Leagues. It was mostly

Sidney Crosby off to ferocious start

Believe it or not, the NHL season is already almost 20 percent over. Most teams have already played 15 or 16 of their 82 game seasons, making the hockey regular season a fifth over already. It is around this time that the early season luck

Jose Fernandez autopsy reveals drug use

An autopsy has revealed that Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez was under the influence of alcohol and cocaine at the time of his death, the Miami-Dade County Medical Examiner’s office announced Saturday, Oct. 29. Fernandez and two friends were killed in a boating accident off Miami

Week 9 of fantasy football bogged down by injuries

Scoreboard: Week 8: Loss, 106-129. I can’t even be mad with my team’s performance – 106 points would have beaten any other team in the league last week. But there’s not much you can do when the other team’s QB (Aaron Rodgers) puts up a

Cubs overcome 3-1 deficit to topple Tribe, end curse

The U.S. has certainly seen better years than 2016. This year has been defined by perhaps the most controversial presidential election in history, with a seemingly never-ending amount of nasty jabs being thrown back and forth between the two candidates. However, while that terrible race

Hey Tom, it’s time to talk about Trump

In September 2015, several eagle-eyed sports reporters noticed a curious new addition to star New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s locker — a “Make America Great Again” hat. Since then, Brady’s relationship with presidential candidate Donald Trump has come up repeatedly — and Tom isn’t

Who the Buc are you?: Sammi Kinard talks tennis

The Round Table sat down with Sammi Kinard’17, an Honors Term captain on the tennis team. The Round Table: Where is your hometown? Sammi Kinard: Waukegan, Ill. RT: Major/minor? SK: Anthropology/ Museum Studies RT: What do you want to do after Beloit? SK: I want

Week 8 of fantasy football littered with injuries

Scoreboard: Week 7: Win, 115-81 (and I got to spoil someone’s perfect season, yay!) Week 8: Ongoing, 93-129. Unless Stefon Diggs somehow has a 40-point day tomorrow, it doesn’t look good for me this week. Season Record: 6 wins, 1 loss. Clutch/Choke Players: Clutch: Stephen Gostowski

Who the Buc are you?: Genesis Dade

The Round Table sat down with Genesis Dade’19, forward for the soccer team. Genesis had an outstanding freshman year for the Bucs. She was named to the first team all Midwest Conference, scoring 13 goals, including 5 game winners, and assisting twice to lead the