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Wildcats take on SFA in biggest game since Div. I move

Women’s soccer welcomes conference powerhouse Stephen F. Austin to town on Tuesday afternoon. The game is arguably one of the biggest in the program’s nine-year history, as you’d need to go back to the historic 2011 season where the Wildcats went 20-2-1 and an undefeated 13-0-1 in the Lone Star Conference, to find a game of equal […]

Wildcats eye trophy in conference championships

The Southland Conference championships are this weekend for ACU’s cross country teams, with both the men and women traveling to Huntsville to face off against the 13 other universities in the Southland. This time last year, several factors were weighing against both teams. But what a difference a year can make. The women’s team has […]

Wildcats need change, and they need it now

The Wildcats’ 2015 season needs rejuvenation and a new leader at the helm. Six games into the 2015 football season, the Wildcats sit at 2-4 overall and 2-3 in conference. A record few expected to see this early on. I’m not going to judge many of these losses because ACU simply does not have the same level of […]

Cross-country; the least known team with the most success

Summer time is usually a time spent relaxing and tanning. The cross-country team did the ladder of those two but only because they were outside training on a daily basis. Both the men and women’s teams took their three months off seriously. A majority of the team came back with completely transformed bodied and attitudes […]

Best is yet to come for ACU volleyball

The ACU volleyball team recently fell to 0-10 on the year and has produced just five winning sets in 35 opportunities. At this point, many fans worry that a second consecutive losing season could be looming. However, fans need only look past the looming deficits and analyze the Wildcats season more closely. In the 10 games, […]

Loss to ‘Dogs deeper than win-loss column

ACU football fans got their first glimpse of the 2015 squad last week in Fresno, California as the ‘Cats dropped a rough opener to the Bulldogs, 34-13. The tough thing to takeaway is that first and foremost, Fresno State just had more talent than ACU. The opener should be viewed as a barometer of how […]

Wildcats 4-1 loss to Aggies is a bigger deal than you think

Last week, the Wildcats soccer program took on the no. 3 nationally ranked Texas A&M Aggies. In College Station, where the Aggies have gone 50-6-3 dating back to the 2011 season, ACU not only kept the game tied at one goal a piece heading into halftime, but also struck first against the powerhouse. In front […]

Marshawn Lynch makes silent noise

He is a three-time professional bowler with a Super Bowl ring and his own charity foundation. He has his own endorsement deal and clothing line, but remains quiet and reserved. And the media hates him for it. Marshawn Lynch does not fit inside the box the media wants to place him in. For one, running […]

College stars scrambling for their NFL lives

Dual-threat quarterbacks are everywhere in the NCAA. The trend has spilled over into the NFL, causing mass chaos on how to prepare spread, no-huddle quarterbacks for the pro-style game. Robert Griffin III, Colin Kaepernick and Johnny Manziel are learning the hard way that their throwing-outside-of-the-pocket days are numbered. Offensive coordinators are trying to fit a square […]

NBA needs parity, playoff system

The NBA’s Western Conference has always been the best the NBA has had to offer. People have been calling for the NBA to change up the conferences to balance out the power of the West and the weakness of the East. An example of bad conference parity is looking at the best division in the […]

The Captain deserves ‘RE2PECT’

Shortstop Derek Jeter was one of the most popular players in Major League Baseball during his 20-year career with the New York Yankees. The 14-time all-star decided to step away from the game after the 2014 season ended, but his legacy and impact on the game still linger. Jeter earned Rookie of the Year award […]

How the NFL got it wrong

The National Football League has taken a nosedive since the start of the 2014 season. Top players with supposed high moral fiber have been involved more with court cases and hearings than playing football. Ravens running back Ray Rice started the mess by abusing his then fiancé during the offseason. The story dragged on from […]