My apologies for the delay, but Winter Quarter students completed their final projects several weeks ago and delivered some strong and unique content.
Here are some of the highlights.
- Emily Eller profiles Arizona State All-American thrower Maggie Ewen and how NCAA track & field hurts the pay-for-play argument in college sports.
- Andrew Hattersley on the fallout of Stephen Vogt’s injury for the Brewers, and how a new approach is helping Jonathan Villar.
- Matt Horgan on why Michigan State deserves a top seed in the NCAA Tournament, as well as his Big Ten-NCAA Tournament podcast.
- Justine Marcantel gets inside the sports media world with Richard Deitsch and Danni Wysocki.
- Dan McDaid on what the Bears must to do bolster the wide receiver position, and why quarterback Mitchell Trubisky is poised for a big jump in Year 2.
- Alexis Meuche on the complex case of Alexa Bliss, and why fans should bring back the Carmella-Big E team in MMC.
- Evan Rogerson on the case for why LeBron James should become … a Nugget? Also, why a long-lasting Nuggets-Lakers beef is good for both sides (especially Denver).
- Richard Schoen on the Big East tournament odds and Creighton’s chances, and a podcast about the league tournament.
- David Stein on why Reid Duke’s skill eventually will shine for the Wolves, and a profile on Wolves goaltending coach Stan Dubicki.
- Brenden Welper on why patience is needed with the Blake Griffin-Pistons experiment, and three reasons to still watch the Pistons’ season.