Sometimes a win in soccer means more than just a win on the field. Ian Peoples reflects on the significance of Italy’s and Argentina’s victories in their respective championships.
Messi recently scored his 644th goal for Spanish soccer team FC Barcelona. That goal overcame the record for “most goals for a single club,” formerly held by soccer legend, Pelé. Jesuit soccer fanatic, Ian Peoples, thinks that’s a milestone worth celebrating.
The big European soccer leagues are using VAR, and soccer fanatic Ian Peoples can’t help but feel it’s ruining the game. But is that true?
ESPN’s new documentary, “The Last Dance” is showcasing Michael Jordan’s greatness, but it leaves scholastics Hunter D’Armond and Sean Barry discussing the cost of winning.
The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted our daily lives in so many ways. Virtually all live sports have been postponed. How do we fans and athletes hold onto our love for the games?
Today is Opening Day for Major League Baseball (MLB). And even though we are in the middle of Lent, there are some surprising connections between Opening Day and Easter. Consider this a Catholic-look at the start of the baseball season. Let’s play ball!
In his TJP debut, ESPN coverage of a sex scandal gets Jeff Sullivan thinking about celibacy — and if that’s not a train of thought that gets you writing for TJP, we don’t know what is.
Zags fan Perry Petrich had a rough weekend watching his team get knocked out, but Eric Sundrup’s XU Musketeers are still hanging in there.
“We’re getting the gang back together!” Perry Petrich points out the personalities that really bring out the madness in March.
They may own the phrase March Madness, but the NCAA doesn’t own all the excitement this March.