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Moral victory possible in sports/Paul Peterson

October 30, 2013 One of the pet peeves of many sports fans, is that all too often, they are asked to settle for what is called a “moral victory” from their favorite teams. more »»

Tech soccer beating the odds/Michael Bleach

October 29, 2013 For the first time ever Sunday, the Michigan Tech women's soccer team got to celebrate Senior Day, marking the fourth year since the program's inception, and as good a time as any to reflect on the... more »»

Entertainment options/The Red Line

October 24, 2013 Last night, I sat down with my dinner as the Red Wings game started. How very kind of them to play while Game 1 of the World Series was going on so I didn't have to subject myself to tha. more »»

Tigers must get back to basics/Paul Peterson

October 23, 2013 The resignation of Detroit Tigers manager Jim Leyland this week is being viewed favorably and unfavorably by fans. more »»

Some teams have all the luck/Michael Bleach

October 22, 2013 Coming off a weekend in which all Michigan Tech athletic teams were on the road, there were only two possible topics of discussion that seemed relevant for this column. more »»

Very superstitious/The Red Line

October 17, 2013 Far be it from me to acquire wisdom from a beer commercial, but there really is something to the assertion made by Bud Light: “It's only weird if it doesn't work. more »»

Gaining a different perspective/Paul Peterson

October 16, 2013 It's a long-standing custom of mine. Whenever I end up in an unfamiliar town, I make a point of watching a local sports event or two. more »»

It's gonna be all right/View From the Bleachers

October 15, 2013 If I have learned anything in my nascent sports writing career, it's that there is one immutable law that transverses all of sports, from professional football in the National Football League down t... more »»

Five stages, 10 teams, one new WCHA/The Red Line

October 10, 2013 As I walked to the press box at John MacInnes Student Ice Arena Saturday, some of the changes were more apparent than others. The video scoreboard hanging over center ice was rather difficult to miss. more »»

A modest proposal/Michael Bleach

October 8, 2013 In most professions, there are certain quirks that come with the territory. Almost requirements that have developed through the years, now as deeply ingrained as the paycheck. more »»

You, too, can be a winner/The Red Line

October 3, 2013 People expect their sports editor to be able to predict things. Lord knows I try, and sometimes it works. I seem to have settled into a good groove picking NFL games over the years. more »»

Spotlight shines on Tigers, Lions in October/Paul Peterson

October 2, 2013 This time of year provides a virtual buffet for avid sports fans. If baseball is your dish, you have the MLB playoffs starting up. more »»

Run game matters/Michael Bleach

October 1, 2013 First, let's start with the obvious. The Michigan Tech football team is not going to win many games turning the ball over four times like they did last Saturday in a 40-19 loss at Findlay. more »»

The power of an open mind/The Red Line

September 26, 2013 As I watch the Tigers celebrate a third straight American League Central Division championship, I can't help but feel this doesn't seem like the first one, but that I hope it never feels commonplac. more »»

Football favors the bold/View From the Bleachers

September 25, 2013 Each week the View From The Bleachers will take a deeper look at some aspect of Michigan Tech athletics. more »»

Too many flags flying these days/Paul Peterson

September 24, 2013 Like the autumn leaves in early October, the flags just keep on falling this football season. more »»

Life, liberty and the pursuit of football/The Red Line

September 19, 2013 Television is a complicated business. That and my dashing good looks are why I'm in print and they can Photoshop my mugshot to my heart's content. more »»

Michigan-MSU rivalry runs deep/Paul Peterson

September 17, 2013 It was something I had never given much thought to until an old high school friend brought it up a few months ago. more »»

Avery's cautionary tale/The Red Line

September 12, 2013 There once was a man named Avery. Born in Detroit, he became an Olympic track star and a very rich man, though not the latter because of the former. more »»

Extravagance unnecessary in sports/Paul Peterson

September 10, 2013 Judging by all the bells and whistles at the Notre Dame-Michigan football game this past Saturday night, one would have thought the inauguration of a president was being hel. more »»

 
 

 

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