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One on One Scans the NFL with Clark Judge

by Jake Kring-Schreifels

Flickr| JamesChicago


Nolan Silbernagel and I talked with NFL writer Clark Judge Saturday about the NFL, which still manages to be relevant even in its offseason. He visited Indianapolis last weekend for the NFL combine and shares his thoughts on who he had his eyes on. We break down some of the quarterbacks like Denard Robinson of Michigan and West Virginia’s Geno Smith and what their futures could be as we apporoach draft day. Then of course the big story of the week: Manti Te’o. Judge gives us his thoughts on his draft stock and the nature of scouts asking players questions about their sexual orientation.


Water Polo Faces Top Competition, Constantly Improving

by Nolan Silbernagel

The Fordham Men’s Water Polo team started their season at the Navy Invitational in Annapolis, Maryland earlier this month, where they dropped their final game of the tournament to George Washington, 11-10, in overtime. Most teams would lament on the hard loss, but the 2011 squad has kept a positive outlook on not only that opening weekend, but on their season as a whole.

New Faces, New Strategies for Women’s Volleyball in 2011

by Nolan Silbernagel

Hurricane Irene didn’t only effect the Freshman Orientation at Fordham; it also played a large role for the Rams’ Volleyball program.

While students from across the nation were struggling to get to the Bronx, Head Coach Pete Volkert was struggling to get games in for his team.

“The hurricane actually washed out 2 of our first 3 games of the season”, Volkert said. “We were expecting to come out of the opening tournament 3-0, but we were only 1-0. That makes a huge difference in our record and our overall confidence”.