Triangle Blog: Ohio State vs. Michigan, so what?
By Alex Triay, November 29, 2011
The Ohio State-Michigan football game was Nov. 26 and the Wolverines defeated the Buckeyes, 40-34, to end their seven-year losing streak. We’re guessing this story is the first time that most of you have heard about this game. This is a disturbing fact.
Triangle Blog: Lets go Caps
By Alex Triay, November 19, 2011
After the Redskins’ demoralizing loss to the 1-7 Dolphins last weekend, it looks it’s going to be another lost season for the Skins. But don’t fret Washingtonians; there is still hope for another professional team. The Washington Capitals are off to a great start and are leading the southeast division with a 10-6-1 record.
Triangle Blog: Terps have been a disappointment
By Alex Triay, November 8, 2011
This year has been especially disappointing for football fans in Maryland. Usually when the Redskins go down the tube we can fall back on UMD for somewhat of a decent season, but this year has been a nightmare for the Terps.
Triangle Blog’s TV Watch List: Game six of the World Series
By Alex Triay, October 27, 2011
Guess what…baseball is still going on. We know that in recent years people have stopped watching the World Series, but tonight will be the game to watch.
Triangle Blog: John Beck could be the answer for the Redskins
By Alex Triay, October 26, 2011
Triangle Blog: Dan Wheldon and safety rules in Indy-car racing
By Alex Triay, October 22, 2011
Current Indianapolis 500 winner and former Indy-car title champion Dan Wheldon died in a horrific 15 car pile-up at Las Vegas Motor Speedway Oct. 15. Wheldon was just 33, leaving behind a wife and two young kids.
Triangle Blog: College football uniforms
By Alex Triay, October 19, 2011
In past years, college football teams have used the prestige of their programs as the main tool to recruit high school players. Now, teams are attempting to attract the modern teenage athlete by looking “fresh”.
Triangle Blog: LeBron’s new shoe
By Alex Triay, October 12, 2011
Triangle Blog: Experimental NCAA lacrosse rules
By Alex Triay, October 11, 2011
Last weekend, three D-1 lacrosse fall-ball games experimented with new rules aimed at increasing the pace of play by speeding up offense and forcing transitions. These new rules include quicker restarts, adjusted counts, horn-only substitutions, adjusted man-down faceoffs and the much-anticipated shot clock.