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  • A night of surprises, triumphs and WarGames

    by Shalene Hixon

    On a night where the NXT superstars had their time to shine, they once again didn’t disappoint. NXT Takeover: WarGames was live from the Toyota Center in Houston, Tex. All eyes were on the main event, Sanity vs. Undisputed Era vs. The Authors of Pain and Roderick Strong in WarGames. This was the first time in 20 years that this match had been seen. One member from each team started the match, Adam Cole, Roderick Strong and Eric Young. The three went at each other until the five-minute mark, when the rest of Undisputed Era (Kyle O’Reilly...

  • Crawford, Blackhawks stump Penguins

    by Shalene Hixon

    Some say that revenge is a dish best served cold. The last time the Pittsburgh Penguins faced the Chicago Blackhawks, it ended up being a 10-1 beat down. They headed home to PPG Paints Arena after their 3-1 win in Ottawa Thursday night looking for some retribution. This weren’t going to get it on this night, however, as the Pens fell 2-1. The game started out with the Hawks flying and almost taking the lead on multiple occasions. Luckily for the Penguins, Matt Murray and the goal post made some good saves to keep things scoreless. With...

  • The County Game: RMU visits ‘The Bluff’

    by Jonny Heller

    Last year, Duquesne fans were coming off an all-time high following a City Game victory over Pitt when they went into the County Game with Robert Morris on December 6. Morale was high amongst the fanbase and for good reason. The Dukes had beaten the guys from up the street for the first time since 2000 when Aaron Lovelace’s putback pushed the Dukes over the Panthers. There was another threat looming after the City Game though, and it was a team that has been Duquesne’s kryptonite for the better part of a decade: Robert Morris. The Dukes fell...

A night of surprises, triumphs and WarGames

Posted on: Nov 19 2017 - 11:46am | #0
In: WWE
Shalene Hixon

On a night where the NXT superstars had their time to shine, they once again didn’t disappoint. NXT Takeover: WarGames was live from the Toyota Center in Houston, Tex. All eyes were on the main event, Sanity vs. Undisputed Era vs. The Authors of Pain and Roderick Strong in WarGames. This was the first time in 20 years that this match had been seen. One member from each team started the match, Adam Cole, Roderick Strong and Eric Young. The three went at each other until the five-minute mark, when the rest of Undisputed Era (Kyle O’Reilly and Bobby Fish) entered the cage. Undisputed Era took the opportunity to use the numbers game and beat down Young and Strong. That was until the first three-minute mark, when The Authors...

The County Game: RMU visits ‘The Bluff’

Last year, Duquesne fans were coming off an all-time high following a City Game victory over Pitt when they went into the County Game with Robert Morris on December 6. Morale was high amongst the fanbase and for good reason. The Dukes had beaten the guys from up the street for the first time since 2000 when Aaron Lovelace’s putback pushed the Dukes over the Panthers....

Posted on: Nov 18 2017 - 1:20pm | #0
In: Duq Men's Basketball, Duquesne
Jonny Heller
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I’m not going to dive deep into why I am picking these teams. Have you ever looked up predictions on games and they give you...

NXT Takeover: WarGames Predictions

The night before WWE’s Survivor Series pay-per-view, NXT gets their time to shine with Takeover: WarGames.  The show will air live on the WWE Network from the Toyota...

Antonio Brown, Steelers dominate Titans, 40-17

Antonio Brown wasn’t wasting any opportunity to shine on prime time football. The Pittsburgh Steelers cruised past the Tennessee Titans on Thursday Night Football, 40-17. The Steelers improved their record to 8-2 with the win, still leading the AFC North. Meanwhile, the Titans dropped to 6-4. Brown was the star of the show at Heinz Field, catching 10 passes for 144 yards. In addition...

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