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Will Gladney. former wide receiver, celebrates after the Bombers win in the Cortaca Jug game at MetLife Stadium. Gladney is currently training for the NFL draft.

Big League Dreams: Former Bomber trains for NFL draft

By Connor Glunt February 20, 2020
Will Gladney, former Ithaca College wide receiver, is currently training at a performance clinic in Pennsylvania to prepare for the NFL draft.
Sports management students will be working at the Super Bowl this year after not going to the 2021 Super Bowl. The 12 students will monitor credentialing access and overlook media control at the event Feb. 13, 2022.

Sport management students volunteer at Super Bowl LIII

By Emily Adams, Assistant Sports Editor February 6, 2019
Sport management students from Ithaca College traveled to Atlanta Jan. 30 to volunteer at Super Bowl LIII.
Charlie* looks at odds on the betting website he uses on his cell phone. Charlie was introduced to the website by Mark*, who served as Charlie’s bookie for the site.

Sports betting sees increase among college students

By Matt Hornick, Sports Editor April 18, 2018
Sports betting has seen a large increase in the United States in recent years and it is growing especially with college students.
How IC Sports: Junior wrestler Jake Ashcraft

How IC Sports: Junior wrestler Jake Ashcraft

By Kendyl Bennett, Podcast Editor December 6, 2017

On this week's episode, Samantha Cavalli and Nick Friend were joined by junior wrestler Jake Ashcraft and Cal Dymowski from ICTV's "Hold That Thought." Topics include football playoff predictions,...

How IC Sports: Senior running back Tristan Brown

How IC Sports: Senior running back Tristan Brown

By Kendyl Bennett, Podcast Editor October 7, 2017

On this week's episode of "How IC Sports", hosts Samantha Cavalli and Nick Friend welcome senior running back Tristan Brown of the football team and J.J. Klein from VIC radio's The Third String. Topics...

The Hot Stove: Renouncing my NFL fandom

By Steve Derderian, Columnist January 26, 2015
Columnist Steve Derderian asserts his take on the Super Bowl and the surrounding NFL controversy

The Hot Stove: Thursday night hurting NFL teams

By Steve Derderian, Columnist October 21, 2014
Thursday Night Football games are hurting NFL teams and most importantly, its players.

Kristy’s Corner: Answering why sports matter

By Andrew Kristy, Columnist January 22, 2014
In his first column, Andrew Kristy tackles the question of why sports matter

Tested Giants will prevail

By Harlan Green-Taub, Staff Writer February 1, 2012
At approximately 6:30 p.m. Sunday, the New England Patriots and New York Giants will kick off Super Bowl XLVI — that’s 46 if you don’t know your Roman numerals — at Lucas Oil Stadium in downtown Indianapolis.

Weird week, huh?

By Alex Holt September 29, 2011
As I believe I mentioned in the last post, it's been quite the week in sports. Thing is, it wasn't really shaping up that way at first. Let me back up a bit. On Sunday, I went along on IC Hillel's pre-Rosh Hashanah apple-picking trip to Littletree Orchards in Newfield. I did this partly because…

Freaky sunday

By Alex Holt September 27, 2011
I don't know why so many bizarre football games were played this past Sunday but things got really weird in the NFL during Week 3. Consider: the previously struggling, injury prone New York Giants upset the Philadelphia Eagles 14-13 and knocked out Michael Vick in the process with what's apparently a bruised hand. The Minnesota…
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