On March 13, the NCAA announced that all spring sport athletes would receive an extra year of eligibility due to the coronavirus. This came just one day after the NCAA decided to cancel all winter and spring seasons and tournaments, including March Madness.
With the Seton Hall men’s basketball season finally underway, there are bound to be questions. The media continues to guess on which teams will be Final Four bound each preseason, yet they still never get it right. Look at who most of the ‘experts’ picked to reach Minneapolis last season. Very few had Texas Tech, who eventually made a National Championship Game run, there. But in South Orange, there’s one factor that opposing coaches, broadcasters and fans will never have to guess on – the team is freakishly big.
We’ve finally hit the mid-way point in the NFL season. The trading block is open, teams are separating from each other, and above all the MVP race is officially on. Often known as an award just handed to the quarterback of the team with the best record, this year there are some running backs sprinkled in among the signal callers. And with no clear cut favorite, this race might not be won until week seventeen.
The 2019 edition of the National Football League is underway, and after three weeks, there are still seven teams who remain unbeaten. This list includes the obvious in the New England Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs, but also some surprises in the San Francisco 49ers and Buffalo Bills. Mathematically, these franchises have the best chances to make the playoffs, and with wins in week four, albeit aren’t locks, but make great cases to play in January. Regardless, there needs to be some type of hierarchy.
In a transition year for the Seton Hall men’s golf team, the young Pirates roster looks for someone to lead the 60% of upperclassmen that make up the roster. It is clear that Gregor Tait has become an apparent leader both in the locker room and on the course.