This Day In Sports History

Marquist Parker   Sports Editor On March 21, 1994, NHL legend Wayne Gretzky tied Gordie Howe’s National Hockey League (NHL) record 801 goals. Arguably hockey’s greatest player, Wayne Gretzky played for the Edmonton Oilers, Los Angeles Kings, St. Louis Blues and Read More …

This Day in Sports History: March 1

Marquist Parker   Sports Editor On March 1, 1949, former World Heavyweight Boxing Champion Joe Louis retired with a 66-3-0 record, including 52 knockouts(KOs). During what is often described as boxing’s “Golden Age” — approximately 1930 to 1955 — Joe Louis, Read More …

NFL: Ravens Trade Flacco

Marquist Parker   Sports Editor The Baltimore Ravens have agreed in principle to send former Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco to the Denver Broncos for a 4th round pick. The move cannot be made official until the NFL league year begins Read More …

This Day in Sports History

Marquist Parker   Sports Editor On February 14, 1966, Wilt Chamberlin broke the NBA career scoring record with his 20,884th point. The record books are loaded with Chamberlain’s accomplishments. He was the only NBA player to score 4,000 points in a Read More …

Super Bowl Preview

Michael Pellegrino   Staff Writer In a year full of twists and turns for the NFL, we end with a Super Bowl between two diverse teams. The young, inexperienced, exciting Los Angeles Rams, and the New England Patriots with perhaps the Read More …

This Day in Sports History

Marquist Parker   Sports Editor On December 6, 1961, Syracuse Running Back Ernie Davis was named the 27th Heisman Trophy winner. Davis was the first African American to win the award. The 6-2, 211-pound Davis rushed for 686 yards and Read More …