Knights improve to league-best 17-0 at home
Knights take 6th road loss of season
Knights head back to RAC after 56-51 defeat
Knights struggle with shooting, leave Madison Square Garden with loss
Knights will take on Wolverines after wrestling match concludes
Knights stay undefeated at home with victory over Gophers
Knights take defeat at hands of Spartans in Michigan
Schiano coached the Knights from 2001-11 and amassed a 68-67 record over that span
It was the fourth quarter, with only 1:32 left.
At long last. After several days of classes, homework and hanging out with friends, it was finally time. I had been waiting for the past few days for this moment. I sat in my room, turned the lights off and turned on the Xbox.
Streaming is the future. You know it. I know it. We all know it. The sooner everyone accepts it, the better. I promise you that no streaming company is paying me to say this. I am just here to say the sobering truth. The convenience of binge-watching in bed has replaced the classic experience of the movie theater.
WARNING: Spoilers ahead for those who have not watched. I have never been the biggest fan of fantasy. I have never watched or read "Harry Potter" or "The Lord of the Rings." I was simply never grabbed by the genre.
If you follow sports in any capacity, then you are aware of Zion Williamson and the Duke Blue Devils. The combination of a legendary men’s basketball program with one of the most hyped NBA draft prospects in recent memory is enough to be in the news constantly. It felt like ESPN was posting about them on Instagram every 10 minutes. So much so, in fact, that people in the comments section started saying things like, “What did Zion eat for breakfast?” and “What time did he brush his teeth this morning?”
Over spring break, I intended to let my brain rest as much as possible. After two months of constant assignments and exams, it was time to relax. There were two rules I imposed upon myself: do not do homework of any kind and do not do anything stressful.