Author | Brandon Eyring

A story of redemption

September 25, 2012 | Brandon Eyring

Dropped pass. Wide Left. Heartbreak.   Last season was the hardest ending to endure.  Lee Evans dropped the would-have-been winning touchdown. Billy Cundiff pushed his kick wide left. An unfathomable way to call a conclusion to the year.   The bitter sting of defeat still aches in the hearts of every Ravens fan from that […]

Cap’s Ward Squeezes One Off

April 28, 2012 | Brandon Eyring

The Washington Capitals were not expected to make the postseason, let alone defeat the defending champion Boston Bruins in the playoffs. The Caps snuck into the postseason with the seventh seed despite questionable team effort all regular season. However, this misperceived lack of effort in reality has proven to amount to Coach Dale Hunter saving […]

Fast Break to Man Down

April 07, 2012 | Brandon Eyring

  Note to judgmental observers: The Frostburg State men’s lacrosse team is not as bad as their record may indicate. As of their loss to Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) foe Marymount, the men’s lacrosse team is 2-11 overall, with a 0-5 conference record. Sophomore midfielder Zach Douglas recently sat down for an interview to dispel […]

Guilty as Sin

March 30, 2012 | Brandon Eyring

Unless you have been living under a metaphorical rock, you should be familiar with the Saints “Bounty-gate” scandal. In case you were offended with the opening line because you do not understand much of the Saints current predicament, accept this apology of summarizing the essence of the situation. The New Orleans Saints have been found […]

Tiger Roar-y

March 10, 2012 | Brandon Eyring

Young phenom Rory McIlroy has earned his slot as the current number one ranked golfer in the world according to the Official World Golf Ranking. McIlroy has staked his claim in golf history by being only the second youngest player to be labeled the best golfer on the planet at the age of 22. Of […]

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