Dec 19

NCAA College Football: 39 Bowl Games And 39 Predcitions

This year, there is a record 39 NCCA Bowl Games involving 76 teams in 24 days to conclude the college season. It is time for some gridiron maddness! Let’s throw another log on the fire, roast some chestnuts, and look in on the unofficial City View Sportscast 2014-2015 College Football Bowl Guide with my predictions. …

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Dec 17

Jacubec Scores 1,000th Career Point in Win Over Capital on Tuesday

ALLIANCE, Ohio – Mount Union senior Nate Jacubec (Struthers/Struthers) scored his 1,000th career point and the Purple Raiders defended their home court with an 81-67 win over Capital on Tuesday in the McPherson Academic and Athletic Complex. Jacubec entered the game needing only six points to reach the milestone and did so on his second …

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Dec 16

Pelini Named 7th Head Coach in YSU Football History

On Tuesday evening Youngstown State Football fans got the Christmas present they have long been waiting for when Mark Anthony “Bo” Pelini was named the seventh head football coach in program history. Pelini, a valley native, has spent the last seven seasons as the head coach of the Nebraska Cornhuskers leading them to a 67-27 …

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Dec 16

In House Fighting and Back In My Day!

I don’t know when it started to happen exactly, but in recent months I have noticed something interesting. Browns fans no longer have a rivalry with the Stillers or Ravens fans, but they have a new rival I didn’t see coming… Themselves . I have never seen so much in house fighting when it comes …

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Dec 16

It’s Time for some Home Cookin’

       The Cavs had their 8 game winning streak snapped last Thursday in Oklahoma City. Give credit to the team, they battled without The King and a knee injury to Kyrie that left all of Northeast Ohio holding their breath when it happened. Kyrie later returned to lead the charge but ultimately fall short to …

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Dec 16

Mount Union Takes On Whitewater For National Titile Friday at Stagg Bowl XLII; Game Live on ESPNU

2014 Mount Union Football – NCAA Stagg Bowl #3 University of Mount Union Purple Raiders (14-0) vs #1 University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Warhawks (14-0) Friday, December 19 – 7 pm – Salem Stadium (Salem, Va.) Tickets/Bus/Watch Party Information: https://alumni.mountunion.edu/Stagg-Bowl TV: ESPNU | WATCH LIVE Clay Matvick (play-by-play), Anthony Becht  (color), Cara Capuano (reporter) RADIO: WDPN 1310 AM (Alliance) | …

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Dec 16

Grove City’s Mathes, Waynesburg’s Sikora named PAC SAAC Scholar-Athletes of the Month

GREENVILLE, Pa. (pacathletics.org) – Grove City College junior Abby Mathes (Charlottesville, Va./Albemarle) and Waynesburg University senior John Sikora (Campbell, Ohio/Campbell Memorial) have been named the Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) Scholar-Athletes of the Month for November. Each month, the SAACs at PAC member institutions are asked to nominate one male and one …

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Dec 16

Youngstown Phantoms Welcome The Stanley Cup To Covelli Centre

The Stanley Cup has been hoisted up by some of the game’s greatest players including Wayne Gretzky, Mark Messier, Bobby Orr, Gordie Howe, Mario Lemieux and Maurice ‘The Rocket” Richard. Three times the Pittsburgh Penguins won the trophy, in 1991, 1992, and 2009. Some of the players who have worn the Black and Gold, and …

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Dec 15

Mount Union and UW-Whitewater to Meet in Stagg Bowl; Ticket, Broadcast, Travel Information

Mount Union alumni Stagg Bowl website (fan buses, hotel, watch party information) Printable Bracket Tickets Buy tickets in the lobby of the McPherson Academic and Athletic Complex (The MAAC) on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 9 am – 6 pm Advance tickets at Mount Union are $12.50 (adult), $7.00 (student) Click Here to Purchase Tickets …

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Dec 13

A Pair for Sherwood and One from Letunov Not Enough as Phantoms Fall

KEARNEY, NE- The Youngstown Phantoms (12-7-4) fell to the Tri-City Storm, 5-3, on Friday night. Forward Kiefer Sherwood scored a pair of goals while forward Max Letunov tallied one for the Phantoms Tri-City opened up the scoring just 1:15 into the contest, when forward Nick Master beat Phantom netminder Chris Birdsall, giving the Storm a …

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