Monthly Archive: September, 2014

The First Quarter – Week 4

By: Connor Lenahan We’ve now reached the end of the first quarter of the XFL season and the man who leads the league in scoring has the best beard of anyone currently fighting… Continue reading

The Problems of Crossing Over

By: Connor Lenahan I knew that this would happen. I could see it coming from a long ways away. I could see it coming from the minute I heard the episode was going… Continue reading


By: Connor Lenahan For my entire life I have looked up to Derek Jeter. I have been raised to follow the example of a man who always competes to win, leads, and never… Continue reading


By: Connor Lenahan I’ve noticed something. This has been true not just of me, but everyone I know at Boston University, everyone I know at Penn State, everyone I know at Pitt, and… Continue reading

One More

By: Connor Lenahan When you get a text from your cousin offering you two tickets to a Red Sox-Yankees game at the last minute you don’t say no. I figured that this past… Continue reading

Sick, Sick, Sick

By: Connor Lenahan Every new school year. Every. Single. New. School. Year. Right as everyone who has had time to spend in different locales gets back together seemingly every one gets sick. No,… Continue reading

Kendrick Season

By: Connor Lenahan For the past 24 hours I have listened to Kendrick Lamar’s new single, “i,” more than anything else on my iPod and it isn’t terribly close. I don’t mean “i”… Continue reading

Now It’s Real – Week 3

By: Connor Lenahan Before we get started this week, we must take a moment to remember one of the most important players in XFL history, Rob Bironas, who passed away this past weekend.… Continue reading

The Island

By: Connor Lenahan The fictional Oceanic Flight 815 crashed on September 22nd, 2004. I would have been in fourth grade at the time that Jack Shephard and Co. arrived on the island that… Continue reading

Our Detective

By: Connor Lenahan With my summer in Boston boiling down to working 9AM-1PM every morning only to have the rest of the day free I had a lot, and I mean a┬álot, of… Continue reading