"Be a dreamer. If you don’t know how to dream, you’re dead." - Jim Valvano

Twitter: @treeee58

Hometown: Duncansville, PA

Favorite Sports Media Journalist: Stephen A Smith

Favorite Athlete: Allen Iverson

Favorite Team: Penn State Nittany Lions

If you could cover any sporting event in the world, what would it be: The NBA Finals

Best tradition at your college: The football players arriving at Beaver Stadium on the Blue Buses

The restaurant you most frequent in your college town: Berkey Creamery

Best class you’ve ever taken: Physics 001

By the Numbers: Getting Defensive?

As we roll into February, the college football season can be seen from the rear view mirror. There are many memorable moments that can be taken away from this past year. But I felt that it was time for it to be discussed from a different perspective. By the numbers… If you know much of […]

The Name of the Game: A Guide to the Fanatic’s Psyche

There are only ten seconds left on the clock and so many challenges are forming a barrier between you and your goal. What are you going to do? Roll over and face defeat or fight on? You would think I was the player, but really, I am in a situation far more stressful. I am […]

The Future of the Point Forward Position

So there I was, Thursday, March 1st at Quicken Loans Arena having the pleasure of watching LeBron James face off against my very own Philadelphia 76ers. While enjoying my time at the game, the similarities in the roles that King James and Ben Simmons each fill became clear. These two guys run the show like […]

College Coaching Carousel: Dan Hurley to UConn

For many, March is a month of basketball madness where anything can happen. I mean Virginia did lose to a school no one heard of until a month ago in UMBC. However, this time around I’m not talking about the insanity on the court. Not every team has the luxury of playing in March and […]

Student Union CFB Preview: Penn State

When it comes to being a team, regardless what kind, you should always look to build upon previous success and move forward. Tension can add up and a group can begin to feel the weight of expectations mounting. Anxiety strikes Happy Valley this season as everyone wonders what the post-Saquon era will hold. Familiar faces […]