The Horseshoe

NFL fines are they justified?

Jordan Tucker-Willaford, Sports Editor

November 16, 2011

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You may ask 'what happened to the hard hits that made a game worth watching?". Or you could ask "why aren't there any good action-packed games like there used to be?". The answer all leads to NFL Commissioner, Roger Goodell.   If...

MLB Roundtable with George, Jackson, Jordan, Mike, and Mr. Simpson

October 21, 2011

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Major League Baseball Roundtable with George Roberson, Jackson Strecher, Jordan Tucker-Willaford, Mike Karas, and World Geography teacher, Mr. Todd Simpson Who will win the World Series? Why? George: Texas Rangers. The pitching is abo...

Winless Colts could benefit

Jordan Tucker-Willaford, Sports Editor

October 13, 2011

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The Indianapolis Colts, 0-5 in the 2011 season thus far, have no doubt stumbled this year now that veteran quarterback Peyton Manning is injured and out for the year, but if you’re an Indianapolis fan, this could be a good sign...

Lockout needs to end

George Roberson, Entertainment Editor

October 9, 2011

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The NBA needs to figure some things out.I’m not entirely sure what those things are, but they still need to figure them out. The labor dispute between the owners and the players has been ongoing since July 1st. NBA Commissio...

Denton rises as top city

Jordan Tucker-Willaford, Sports Editor

September 5, 2011

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On the map of Texas, you will see the big named cities such as Austin, Houston, Dallas, and Galveston. However, there lies a city above Dallas called Denton. It’s a city that is struggling against all odds, both economically...

Playoffs showing coaching matters less

George Roberson, Staff Writer

May 23, 2011

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It’s been five years since beloved columnist Bill Simmons called for Doc Rivers to be fired as Boston Celtics coach.  He criticized Rivers for his coaching style, saying that the Celtics should “fire Rivers and see if the...

Orchestra Outlet

R.J. Ponder, Staff Writer

April 7, 2011

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I watch the stage lights illuminate the musicians, poised to play as they hold the brass, wind, or string instruments. Softly, two chords pulsate through the air in a waltz style. Ba, dum dum … ba, dum dum … the chord is rich...

Why Rose isn’t MVP

George Roberson, Staff Writer

March 24, 2011

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A player is "most valuable" when he has played better than any of the over 400 players in the entire NBA for the year in question.  If this is true, then why is Chicago Bull Derrick Rose the clear favorite to win MVP this year? As...

Home a place to cherish

Ambrosia Jackson, Staff Writer

March 2, 2011

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What is home? Is it just someplace you live or can it mean more? Is it small or big or does it even matter? To me, home is something more than where you live, it’s where you belong. It doesn’t matter the size nor does it matter...

Deal is finally done

George Roberson, Staff Writer

February 23, 2011

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"The Denver Post reporting that the deal is finally done." Those words have the potential to become as (in)famous as "I'm going to take my talents to South Beach", depending on what steps are taken from here. The Knicks had...

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