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Spartans look to win third straight following 41-6 win

JP. O’Hagan, Sports Editor
October 2
Filed under Football, Sports

To say that the Spartans have turned things around since last season would be an understatement. The Case Western Reserve University football squad exploded this past weekend for 34 unanswered points after trading blows with Thiel College in the first quarter to coast to a second straight blowout win. ...

Spartans football looks to follow up dominate performance with second straight win

JP. O’Hagan, Sports Editor
September 25
Filed under Football, Sports

Last weekend the Spartans proved that this year they are a force to be reckoned with as they exploded with 49 points in a 49-14 victory over the visiting Bearcats. The Case Western Reserve University football team dazzled the home crowd of an estimated 2,350 at DiSanto Field as they kicked off the...

Spartans crush St. Vincent Bearcats in football home opener

JP. O'Hagan, Sports Editor
September 19
Filed under Football, Sports

One word describes the Spartan home opener perfectly. Blowout. The Case Western Reserve University football team put up 49 unanswered points prior to the Bearcats finally getting on the board for two touchdowns, leading to the 49-14 final score. The Bearcats, who have played extremely tight football...

Spartans head into football home opener poised to shake off narrow loss

JP. O'Hagan, Sports Editor
September 18
Filed under Football, Sports

Spartan Football has been on hold with their bye week last week and the extra week has given them the time to regroup from their heartbreaking loss to the University of Chicago two weeks ago. This week the Case Western Reserve University Football squad will host President’s Athletic Conference ...

Football team falls just short in opener

Eddie Kerekes, Staff Reporter
September 11
Filed under Football, Sports

Football is a game of inches. The Case Western Reserve University football team learned that the hard way after losing at the University of Chicago last Saturday by a score of 31-30. A fourth quarter missed extra point was the difference in the high-scoring affair, the Spartans’ third-highest scoring...

A stark look at the upcoming NFL season

Taylor Moran, Director of Business Operations
September 11
Filed under Football, Sports

With the new NFL season kicking off this weekend, there are always interesting storylines across the league to pay attention to over the next 17 weeks. I’ve been a huge fan of football since 2008, the year before my team won the Super Bowl. What started off as a casual hobby slowly devolved into...

Football team hosts scrimmage before first game

Football team hosts scrimmage before first game

Eddie Kerekes, Contributing Reporter
September 4
Filed under Football, Sports

“We’re talking about practice, not a game, not a game, not a game, we talking about practice,” famously said professional basketball player Allen Iverson before a game in 2002. The Case Western Reserve University football team held a scrimmage on Saturday, Aug. 29 against Baldwin Wallace on DiSanto...

Week one predictions as Spartan football take on the Maroons to start the season

JP. O’Hagan, Sports Editor
September 4
Filed under Football, Sports

As the Case Western Reserve University team takes the field tomorrow afternoon in Chicago, the 2015 football season will be officially underway. With the beginning of a new season, The Observer prediction machine returns to try and see into the Spartans’ future. With limited data on this year’s...

Football looking to jump back into success

JP. O’Hagan, Sports Editor
August 28
Filed under Football, Sports

As the campus community gets back into the swing of school, the football team prepares to tackle their tough Division III competition this season. For a program that won three straight UAA championships less than four years ago, the past year was an unforeseen struggle for Spartan football and head...

Browns May See Playoffs

Noah Crowley, Contributing Reporter
August 28
Filed under Cleveland Sports, Football, Sports

In most of our lifetimes, the Browns have had only two winning seasons. This season, the team looks promising, particularly with young quarterback Johnny “Johnny Football” Manziel’s improvements. One thing the Browns have going for them that isn’t commonly found around the league right now...

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