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BREAKING: Antonio Brown Released from Raiders and Signs with Patriots

Jack Meyer, News Editor September 8, 2019

Two days from now marks 6 months since the Oakland Raiders agreed to trade for four-time first team All Pro wide receiver Antonio Brown. At the time, many believed the Raiders won the trade, as they only...

Previewing and Predicting Super Bowl LII

Previewing and Predicting Super Bowl LII

Thomas Martinez and Ben Spiegelman February 4, 2018

Tonight at 6:30 pm EST on NBC, the New England Patriots will face the Philadelphia Eagles in Minneapolis for Super Bowl LII. Many storylines surround this unofficial U.S. holiday. With three-time Grammy...

Photo courtesy of Alfonso Flores

Previewing and Predicting the College Football National Championship Game

Thomas Martinez and Ben Spiegelman January 8, 2018

The Alabama Crimson Tide will face off against the Georgia Bulldogs in an all-SEC college football national championship game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta on ESPN at 8 p.m. Alabama, the four...

The Most Significant Injuries to Your Fantasy Team

Blake Rubenstein, print managing editor October 1, 2017

After drafting their interpretation of a ‘perfect team,’ fantasy football team owners shake their heads at the unavoidable, yet devastating, injuries that have already occurred shortly after the beginning...

Tis The Season: Fantasy Football Outlook

Camila Myers and Benjamin Spiegelman September 5, 2017

Each year around September, football season starts and right along with it, comes fantasy football. It overcomes team owners and becomes the main topic of conversation from 7:20 to 2:20. Drafts begin and...

How CTE continues to be treated

Benjamin Spiegelman, Sports Editor May 28, 2017

The sport of football has gained the reputation of being violent and has always been dominated by muscular men. One of the main characteristics in football is the act of tackling, which can lead to many...

Photo courtesy of Thomas Martinez.

FACEOFF: Should Bandwagon Fans be Left Alone?

Thomas Martinez and Benjamin Spiegelman May 19, 2017

INTRO: Bandwagon fans are commonalities at all college and professional sporting events. They are here to stay too. But, should they? While many argue that they should be left alone and sports can be enjoyed...

Hey, Rookie: Welcome to College Football

Marlowe Starling , Editor-in-Chief of The Panther May 15, 2017

The NFL Draft has come and gone, and while sports fans across the country try to cope with their favorite college stars moving on to play for their most hated professional teams, dozens of slots lie vacant...

Panthers Beat Columbus to keep Season Alive

Panthers Beat Columbus to keep Season Alive

Benjamin Spiegelman, Sports Editor May 10, 2017

The Palmetto Panthers defeated the Columbus Explorers yesterday with a score of 4-1 with help from Matt Turner’s complete game, Nick Deegan’s RBI that scored Aramis Toledo and a two run RBI by Cody...

What Makes a Sport A “Sport”

Natalie Askowitz, Copy Editor April 30, 2017

When the word sport is used, one almost automatically thinks of a sport like football, baseball or basketball. The definition, however, can be interpreted in many ways. Top End Sports defines a sport as...

Patriots visit to the White House overshadowed by player absences

Annette Gonzalez, Staff Writer April 20, 2017

On Tuesday, April 19, 2017, 34 of the 68 invited Patriots players showed up to the annual visit to the White House to celebrate the winning team’s victory in the Super Bowl. The act of skipping out on...

Aaron Hernandez: latest details surrounding his death Wednesday

Benjamin Spiegelman , Sports Editor April 20, 2017

Former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was pronounced dead after he was found hanging by his bed sheets yesterday morning. Hernandez, a former All-American when he played at the University of Florida,...

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