Sports Junkie: Chicago Welcomes Mack

Chris Snan, Staff Columnist~

The former Oakland Raider, Khalil Mack, has a new home in the Windy City this upcoming season. It was made official Saturday when the Raiders and the Chicago Bears came to an agreement with the trade, which now makes Mack the highest-paid defensive in NFL history. A record breaking 6 year $141 million dollar contract was more than enough to land one of the best pass rushers in the league today. Read More



Sports Junkie: MLB’s Opening Day

Chris Snan, Staff Columnist~

March 29 marked the earliest opening day in MLB history, and it was a good one. As every baseball fan knows, opening day is always the best day of the year. Every major league team competes in nine wonderful innings, as a welcome back to their loyal fans. Read More


Sports Junkie: Trades, Trades for Days

Chris Snan, Staff Columnist~

This NFL offseason has been quite the eventful one. Kirk Cousins signing with the Minnesota Vikings and Michael Bennett with the Eagles, and let’s not forget about the Cleveland Browns adding Tyrod Taylor and Jarvis Landry to their team. Just when you thought that trades were about to simmer down, teams decided to make even bigger changes to the NFL atmosphere involving guys like Aqib Talib, Case Keenum and Ndamukong Suh. Read More


Sports Junkie: Broken Brackets

It’s that time in March again – the NCAA basketball tournament for the national title, otherwise known as March Madness. And there has definitely been some madness this year. History has been made, tears have been shed and you better believe that brackets have been busted. In one of the most controversial tournaments in history, this year has been the year of upset. Read More


Sports Junkie: NFL Trades

Chris Snan, Staff Columnist~

Recently, there have been some big free agency moves in the NFL. ESPN released signings involving Richard Sherman, Jimmy Graham, and many more big-name athletes. So far this offseason free agency has been one of the hottest ones yet, and there’s still the NFL Draft to come. Read More


Sports Junkie: Kawhi’s Return

Chris Snan, Staff Columnist~

In recent news, Kawhi Leonard is planning to return back to playing basketball in San Antonio sometime in March, after missing quite some time with the team. Leonard was originally sidelined due to injury in late September last year, which kept him out of play until mid-December. This is where things begin to get interesting with the All-Star forward. Read More