The atmosphere was electric at the Rice-Eccles Stadium as the SUU Thunderbirds and the University of Utah Utes came onto the field in Salt Lake City.
Once the NFL season is over, most of my friends and family follow the NFL offseason and neglect other sports that go on.
The four-year wait is over and the Olympics are officially upon us, which means it’s time for Josh to sit on his couch and watch the many different events.
The final chapter of the 2015 NFL season leads up to the most anticipated event of the year: Super Bowl 50, where both the Denver Broncos and the Carolina Panthers will square off to claim the Lombardi Trophy.
We’re about a week removed from the announcement of the ceasefire between the University of Utah and Brigham Young University and still, it’s not the end of the world.
Sunday evening, I received word that the final bit of my childhood would fade at the end of this year’s NBA season.
On a warm afternoon in Elmont, New York, an American Thoroughbred named American Pharoah raced into the history books, winning the first Triple Crown in 37 years.
When people tell you there are not any sports to watch during the summer, with all due respect, they are wrong.
Over the weekend, the SUU men’s tennis team ended its season but not before seeing some major improvements over the course of the season.
In the world of sports, there are certain aspects that remain a constant.
Get the net-cutting scissors ready and cue up “One Shining Moment,” because we’re just days away from crowning another NCAA National Champion.
In a cruel and hypothetical world where I could only watch one sport for the rest of my life, I’m pretty sure it would be college basketball.
Once again, it’s that wonderful time of year for both sports fans and non-sports fans alike.
In a game that was marked by big runs, the SUU women’s basketball had the run that made all the difference.
University Journal contributor Aaron Cantu takes a look at the possibilities of an eight-team college football playoff system.