Monday, January 17, 2022

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The beginning of the 2021-2022 football season has just begun. Our beloved Dallas Cowboys have blown the minds of the football world with astonishing progress these past 7 weeks. The big blue stars of Texas have been a very unsuccessful team in the National Football League for years, even decades. The last time the team won a Super Bowl...
Heading into not only the homecoming game for Jesuit but also the final game of the season, the Rangers were undefeated in district play and they were looking to add to that impressive resume against the Berkner Rams. And in that game, Jesuit looked and played the part of the superior team, stomping the Rams in a 37-0 shutout....
Quick recap of the past week before we get into the MacArthur game: Jesuit was coming off a barnburner of a game against Lake Highlands, which featured a frenzied second-half comeback that eventually gave the Rangers the win. They headed into this home showdown with MacArthur undefeated in district play, with the lone loss on the season coming at,...
The sun glares brightly at the ball flies into the air. Kickoff just happened at Postell Stadium to a loud crowd of fans, students, and parents. The crowd is excited watching the players on the field playing their hearts out. This year there are over enough students playing football to make six football teams, a varsity team, two junior varsity...
This past weekend in NCAA football left fans stunned, from comebacks to upsets to top-ranked teams battling it out against each other. There were many outcomes that changed the playoff rankings drastically, altering the course of the season for many teams. 6 Oklahoma vs. 24 Texas   The first game of the crazy afternoon was the Red River Rivalry, the annual game...
Jesuit came into one of the most anticipated games of the season fresh off a dominant win over JJ Pearce and they were looking to move to 2-0 in district play with a hugely important win over a talented Lake Highlands team. And while the first half did not get off to the greatest of starts, as the Rangers...
If the college football world isn't crazy enough, this right here takes the cake: Two of the biggest names in college football are leaving their conference to join a new and more beneficial conference. They plan to give themselves better competition, and of course, we can't forget about the money. Here we go. Two Big Bad Bullies One of the biggest...
Jesuit came off their tightly-contested 36-29 win over the Choctaw Yellow Jackets. Eager to continue the momentum, the Rangers garnered a strong win over the JJ Pearce Mustangs. And boy, was that win ever convincing and strong. Perfect adjectives to use. After getting thrashed by Rockwall and then rebounding with the win over Choctaw, I was predicting that the Rangers would...

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