‘Brandon Jaces’

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    Can I get a napkin?

    Nov 29, 16 • 641 Views • Brandon Jaces, OpinionNo Comments

    by As I was sitting at the PSAC women’s volleyball championship game earlier this month, the time came for a pizza give-away from every Gannon student and The Gannon Knight staff members’ favorite place — Porky’s Pizzeria. One lucky fan was to receive...

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    Earnhardt emerges from the rubble to race again

    Nov 15, 16 • 966 Views • Brandon Jaces, OpinionNo Comments

    by On Tuesday I was talking to my compadre Jordan Fuller about what to write my column on. A lot is always going on in sports, but nothing was striking my eye until I hit the internet. So we’re sitting there eating some steak and rice as we were scrolling...

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    Only 145 days until first pitch

    Nov 8, 16 • 607 Views • Brandon Jaces, OpinionNo Comments

    by From play ball to the final out, that’s a wrap. The 2016 World Series has come to a close and the Cubs brought the rain to end the drought — literally — as it rained before the 10th inning of Game 7, which put the Cleveland Indians’ momentum...

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    Cavs stay classy

    Nov 4, 16 • 595 Views • Brandon Jaces, OpinionNo Comments

    by Wow, I can’t believe the Cleveland Cavaliers would do that! Actually I can — the team has been all about it since the beginning. You’re probably wondering what I’m talking about. Did they do something dumb? What happened this time? Well, come on,...

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    Hell has frozen over

    Oct 25, 16 • 471 Views • Brandon Jaces, OpinionNo Comments

    by The 2016 World Series has already proven to be a whirlwind before it’s even started. The Indians and the Cubs? That alone will turn heads. However, as someone from Cleveland and also a baseball fan, it’s pretty awesome. I’m not going to jinx either...

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    It could have been worse

    Oct 19, 16 • 529 Views • Brandon Jaces, OpinionNo Comments

    by While creating one of modern society’s most advanced pieces of equipment, Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Trevor Bauer lacerated the smallest finger on his hand. In case you missed what I just said, go back and read it again. But otherwise, yes, Bauer...

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    Women’s golf keeps it consistent

    Oct 4, 16 • 700 Views • Brandon Jaces, Golf, Opinion, SportsNo Comments

    by A team, undefeated, at Gannon University and not many people are probably aware of it. To me, that is ridiculous. However, I think that is our reality right now. In case you have been kept in the dark, the 2016-17 Gannon University women’s golf team has...

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    More than just a scrimmage

    Sep 28, 16 • 808 Views • Brandon Jaces, Hockey, Opinion, SportsNo Comments

    by The Gannon University men’s club hockey team took a trip to Kennedy Catholic High School on Sept. 16 to play the host team in a scrimmage. At the helm of Kennedy Catholic’s team was coach Shane Cowan, a 2014 Gannon grad who played for Gannon’s coach,...

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    Not your average Joe’s

    Sep 21, 16 • 751 Views • Brandon Jaces, Cross Country, Opinion, SportsNo Comments

    by Everyone knows about the big sports—football, basketball, volleyball, baseball and softball. Whether it’s in high school, college or at the professional level, those are usually the sports that get the most notoriety. However, Gannon University and...

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    Tebow heads to the minors

    Sep 14, 16 • 384 Views • Brandon Jaces, OpinionNo Comments

    by Former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow made the decision on Sept. 6 to try his hand at baseball. Most people know that Tebow gained recognition on the gridiron at the University of Florida. In 2007 Tebow was a Heisman Trophy recipient, and then the quarterback...