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Social Media: How Smartphones Have Become The Handheld Window In Your Hand

There’s a bird tapping on your window. Tap. Tap. Tap. It’s as faint as the purple and orange glow of sunlight just above the horizon. You smile and greet the little bird with, “good morning,” and begin your daily routine. As you exit the shower and return to your bedroom, you notice the tapping continues while the bird has begun a cheerful chirping. When you open your eyes the next
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Buffalo Bills NFL Opinion/Editorial

Buffalo Bills: The Most Attractive NFL Destinations For Tyrod Taylor

Before winter releases Western New York from its icy grip in the spring of 2018 the Buffalo Bills are expected to release quarterback Tyrod Taylor from their roster. Taylor has been the starting quarterback for the Buffalo Bills since 2015. Over that time the mobile QB has amassed a 20-18 win-loss record and the best TD-INT ratio in league history. So why is Taylor on the way out? Well, aside
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Fantasy Football Fantasy Sports Sports

Week 8 Fantasy Football Picks: Halloween Edition

It’s late October. That means cooler temperatures, falling leaves, rising heating bills and pumpkin spiced everything. It also means more football and trick or treating. Everyone remembers strapping on some terribly produced plastic mask (that inevitably cracked near your mouth and continuously pinched your lips), grabbing a pillowcase and plodding door-to-door while begging for candy like the sugar fiend that you were. “Trick or treat,” you’d yell while never actually
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NCAA Football Oklahoma Sooners Opinion/Editorial

Oklahoma Sooners vs. Texas Longhorns: First-Year Head Coaches Meet In The Red River Showdown

1947. A gallon of gas would cost you .15 cents, a UFO was allegedly found in Roswell, New Mexico and Jackie Robinson became the first African-American to play Major League Baseball. On October 11th of that year the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Texas was the setting for a wild and chaotic matchup between the Texas Longhorns and Oklahoma Sooners. The game ended 34-14 in the Longhorns’ favor as Sooner fans
Entertainment New York Giants Opinion/Editorial

New York Giants: Top Movie History Wide Receiver Targets (Satire)

Saying the New York Giants are thin at wide receiver depth is an overwhelming understatement. The team announced on Monday that they have lost three receivers this week to season-ending injuries, including Odell Beckham, Jr. and Brandon Marshall. As a result, the likes of Terrell Owens and Chad “Ochocinco" Johnson contacted the Giants front office to offer their services. While the return of TO or Ochocinco seems unlikely, I thought