The NFL is more than halfway through the season. Some teams’ fans are making plans for the playoffs, while others are already taking a look at college football to see who their team can potentially select in the NFL draft.
The men’s swimming and diving team began the start of the regular season Oct. 19 when they defeated the Northwestern Wildcats 157 to 141.
A giant has reawakened. The Major League Baseball’s self-imposed label of being America’s pastime may very well be regaining legitimacy as the television ratings for the MLB Playoffs have increased.
After several tumultuous weeks for pundits of the NFL, the teams on the field have finally adhered to their weekly assumptions of which teams would win.
The Eastern Michigan University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams are ready to begin competing Oct. 6 at home in the Jones Natatorium.
Fans are flummoxed, coaches are confused, and pundits are perplexed. Yes, after week two of the NFL season people are collectively saying, “What just happened?”
Black ice is a slick surface that is difficult, if not impossible, for the human eye to see. It can cause frightful accidents, and at the very least lead to poor driving conditions.