Hawks fly high

Seattle celebrates its first Super Bowl victory in team history Defense wins championships. It may be the most overused saying in sports, but the Seattle Seahawks proved just how accurate it is in New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium Sunday, Feb. 2. The top-ranked Seahawks defense suffocated the Denver Broncos top-ranked offense …

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Super Bowl preview

Top-ranked offense and defense collide for NFL title The NFL is adored by millions of Americans because of the stories that are told throughout games and seasons. For years, the underdog finds a way to capture the heart of America by slaying the seemingly unstoppable force. Whether it is the …

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Students compete in Doritos contest

party — Students pose after filming their Doritos party commercial. Photo provided

Two groups from Miller’s Advanced Video Production class have been contacted about their Doritos commercials Students in the Department of Digital Media and Communication Arts (DMCA) have accepted the challenge to compete in the Doritos Crash the Super Bowl VIII contest. According to professor Pamela Miller, there were three groups …

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Super Bowl XLV: America’s Game

In all the hype building up to the Super Bowl, the only colors I heard about were green, black and yellow. Black and yellow, black and yellow. Green and yellow, green and yellow. But Sunday’s game reminded me of one color that no one mentioned. Blue.

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Super Bowl XLV: A discussion of cheese and steel

From the early domination by Green Bay in the 60s to the reign of Lynn Swan and Mean Joe Green in the 70s, the Green Bay’s three championships and Steelers six are cornerstone football history. Christopher Columbus and the Declaration of Independence.

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