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Opinion & Analysis

  • Sports Day-ly: Key West and the Cat Man

    By: Denton Day
    Sports Editor
    sports@bedfordbulletin.com

    So right off the bat let’s just address the title of this. I’m sure, “Key West and the cat man” might sound like a weird murder-mystery novel or something of the sort. But I assure you–at least to the best of my knowledge–no one involved in this story has any history of murder.
        

    There is however, a bit of mystery and confusion.
        

  • Sports Day-ly: This time around James was a teacher

    By: Christian Taylor
    Sports Intern
    sports@bedfordbulletin.com

    Almost every person in the world with internet access has heard it by now, but in case you haven’t, LeBron James is headed to Los Angeles. At the very beginning of NBA Free Agency, James signed with the Los Angeles Lakers on a 4-year contract worth around $154 million. Whether you love him or hate him as a player, I think we can all learn a thing or two from 2018 LeBron James.
        

  • Sports Day-ly: NBA’s wild start to Free Agency

    By: Denton Day
    Sports Editor
    sports@bedfordbulletin.com

     

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    The past four days have been a whirlwind in the NBA.NBA Free Agency officially began, which is an incredibly exciting time for the league and its fans.

  • Sports Day-ly: Power of the World Cup

    Whether it’s yourself competing or watching a friend or family member compete, almost everyone has had some experience with the world of sports. Even if people are not huge fans of sports, almost all can say they’ve seen sports in action before.

    You might think about playing on your high school basketball team, watching your friend out on the football field or watching your daughter’s softball game. But regardless of your experience, think about the power that sports can hold.

  • Sports Day-ly: Infinity War Review: A war for the ages (No Spoilers)

    Wow. The culmination of over 10 years of superhero storytelling finally came to a head. The Mad Titan Thanos truly began his quest for the infinity stones and to take down the Avengers.
        

    There are no major spoilers of Avengers: Infinity War in this review–because I am an above average human being–but there are spoilers for every other Marvel movie.
        

  • The NFL's Weird Relationship with Celebrations

    With just five weeks to go in the NFL season we are soon going to go from watching 26-30 teams play each week to no more than eight. Because of this we will see a decrease of end zone celebrations, one of the best things that happen on a weekly basis on Sundays.
     

    I am a huge advocate for celebrations. I absolutely love them and I always have.
     

    When I first fell in love with football in the mid-2000’s it was celebrations galore after a touchdown.
     

  • Sports Dayl-ly: The NBA's Lovable Disrespect

    Admit it, you’re petty. We all are–some more than others– it’s  not a crime its just part of life.
        

    I’ll be the first to admit that I am irrationally petty at times. Even if you’re not like me in regards to being irrationally petty you’re probably like me in regards to enjoying watching other people be petty and disrespectful towards each other. This runs rampant in sports.
      

  • New Year's Resolutions for the NFL

    2018 is right around the corner and the best–or worst– parts about a new year is the amount of New Year’s resolutions that somehow make their way onto the internet.
        

    Usually resolutions will be people vowing to live a healthier lifestyle by working out and eating more vegetables. Or some could try and better their mind by reading more frequently. The list of cliche resolutions goes on and on and on.
        

  • Sports Day-ly: France takes the Cup

    By: Christian Taylor
    Sports Intern

    After a month of thrilling finishes, dramatic story lines and nations coming together in the name of soccer, the 2018 World Cup has finally ended with France emerging as champions for the second time ever. Whether you didn’t even know the event was even going on or you watched almost every moment, let’s recap everything that happened from the first pass in June to the final goal in July.
        

  • Sports Day-ly: Maddening March

    One of my favorite things about arcades is the cool money machines that they have. The ones where you step in, the door closes, and you have 30 seconds to grab as much money as you can while a fan whips the dollar bills everywhere.
        

    When you walk in you are focused and prepared to get as many flying pieces of paper as possible. The goal is usually pretty high too. Sometimes people aim for $20, $50 or if confidence is sky high they’ll aim for $100.