Tears of a Bills Fan- Mid-season Update

Story by Kyle Graham Your favorite Buffalo Bills writer is back and so are his tears. Why am I crying, you may ask? Well if your favorite team lost to the New York Jets in an ugly fashion, you too would be in my position. Yes, the Bills are still currently holding a wild card spot. Yes, the Bills are still exceeding expectations by having … Continue reading Tears of a Bills Fan- Mid-season Update

Big Ben’s Bad Break

Story by Niza Colon The Pittsburgh Steelers lost against the Jacksonville Jaguars, finishing with a score of 29-9 it was the biggest upset of the Sunday’s set of games. The only thing more shocking than this loss was probably the Giants losing almost all its offensive line from on field injuries. The Steelers win was a 60 percent prediction over the Jags, but shockingly enough … Continue reading Big Ben’s Bad Break

Tears of a Bills Fan- Quarter Update

Story by Kyle Graham If you were to tell me that the Bills would be in first place in the AFC East going into their bye week, I would have assumed you delusional. After their anemic loss to the Panthers in week two, which I unfortunately witnessed in person, I was one hundred percent convinced that the Bills were in full blown tanking mode. But … Continue reading Tears of a Bills Fan- Quarter Update

Don’t @ Me Friday 10/6

Story by Ben Sanders. Brought back by popular demand-Jimmy Calhoun and I nagging- Hitting the Field is happy to revive its Don’t @ Me Friday social media hot takes and banter. No topic within the sports media, entertainment and culture space is off limits and the staff is more than ready to voice their opinions. Some takes are hot: Dimitri Tzamaras <blockquote class=”twitter-tweet” data-lang=”en”><p lang=”en” … Continue reading Don’t @ Me Friday 10/6

UCF Ig-Knighting 2013 Form

Story by Evan Abramson If you were on social media at all on Saturday night, the most surprising thing you would have probably noticed was seeing 31-year-old Detroit Tigers utility player Andrew Romine playing all nine positions in a baseball game against the Minnesota Twins. But the second most surprising thing you probably saw was UCF caging and handling the Memphis Tigers. It was a … Continue reading UCF Ig-Knighting 2013 Form