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A tale of dominance: Mount Union football

Oct 02, 2013 - Comments: 0

There are many ways one can examine the dominance that fellow OAC member Mount Union has displayed over the past decade. When the Polar Bears take the field against the Purple Raiders on Oct. 5 it will have been eight years, 12 days, and 21 hours since their last regular season loss, which came at the hands of Ohio Northern on Sept. 22, 2005. ONU beat the Purple Raiders at Mount Union Stadium by a score of 21-14, which ended their 111-game winning streak.

'Unanimous' victory for Jones at UFC 165

Sep 25, 2013 - Comments: 0

On Saturday night, fight fans witnessed a fight for the ages with UFC 165 taking place in Las Vegas. Jon Jones was in the fight of his life against his opponent, Alexander Gustaffson. Jones fights at light heavyweight (205 lbs.) and he is usually a lot heavier than that on fight night. He is also 6-foot-4 and usually enjoys a dramatic reach advantage, along with his size advantage. That was not the case on Saturday night. Jones usually picks his opponents apart by staying on the outside and utilizing his edge in reach. On most nights his face is rarely touched.

The WNBA Playoffs are finally upon us

Sep 25, 2013 - Comments: 0

You may be asking yourself why it has taken the Northern Review so long to publish a story about the WNBA, especially now that the playoffs are in full swing. Well folks, the wait is over because this is your official 2013 WNBA playoff preview and season recap.

The unbelievably bad Cleveland Browns

Sep 25, 2013 - Comments: 0

On Sept. 18th the Cleveland Browns once again made a move that caused fans to scratch their heads. Owner Jimmy Haslam approved a trade to send their 2012 third overall draft pick, running back Trent Richardson, to the Indianapolis Colts. In return the Browns received a first round pick in the 2014 NFL Draft. This is just another head-scratcher in a long line of questionable moves made by the Cleveland Browns organization since their return to the NFL in 1999.


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