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NE Patriots: Super Bowl champs again

NE Patriots: Super Bowl champs again

Corbin Barwick, Staff Writer

February 6, 2015

Super Bowl XLIX was one to remember. The big game featured the New England Patriots facing the Seattle Seahawks, the reigning Super Bowl champs, with a halftime performance by pop sensation Katy Perry. The two weeks before the big game were filled with controversy. The New England Patriots were...

Jim Caldwell finishes athletic speaker series strong, motivates new students

Natalie Sutton, Staff Writer

April 26, 2013

Super Bowl winning Coach Jim Caldwell concluded the Guilford Athletics Leadership Forum for student-athletes on Sunday, April. 14. Caldwell is the offensive coordinator for the Baltimore Ravens, the 2013 Super Bowl Champions. Before that campaign, he led Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts to...

Blowout to blackout to shootout: The Baltimore Ravens prevail in Super Bowl XLVII

Blowout to blackout to shootout: The Baltimore Ravens prevail in Super Bowl XLVII

Rishab Revankar, Staff Writer

February 8, 2013

In their previous Super Bowl, the Baltimore Ravens ousted the Giants 34–7. A similar story loomed over Super Bowl XLVII as the record-setting Joe Flacco and the Ravens topped the San Francisco 49ers. The Superdome lights blacked out with no warning during the third quarter. After an agonizing 34-minute...

Excitement grows as Super Bowl XLVI approaches

Bryan Dooley, Staff Writer

January 27, 2012

Bone-crushing hits, fumbles, interceptions, touchdowns, dancing cheerleaders, funny commercials, parties, flowing spirits and a champion crowned at the end of the night. According to Huffington Post, based on the Nielson Co. survey, last year’s Super Bowl attracted an estimated 111,000,000 viewers...

Homelessness brought onto the playing field in Indianapolis Super Bowl XLVI

Haejin Song, Staff Writer

January 27, 2012

In 1830, President Andrew Jackson signed the infamous Indian Removal Act to obtain more Native American land for colonists. Thus, he decided to boot the natives out to Oklahoma, brushing away the problem — at least from his sight. Take a step into the future of Feb. 5, where many will head to Indianapolis...