Matthew Visco

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  • The NBA Awards, 2023

    What a year for basketball, Lebron broke the scoring record, Donovan Mitchell and Damian Lillard each put up 71 points in a game, KD and Kyrie bailed on Brooklyn, and Sacramento, yes Sacramento, is legitimately good. But when given the option between just admiring some great play and speculating about how award races go, most basketball fans seem to pick the latter option. And I’m no different.


    Sports | April 24, 2023
  • It’s time for the Steelers to say goodbye to Big Ben

    Ben Roethlisberger is nothing short of a Pittsburgh icon. He’s won two Super Bowls, made seven Pro Bowls, led the league in passing yards twice, and led the Steelers as QB for the past 18 years. A clear-cut Hall of Famer, Roethlisberger should look back on his NFL career fondly. Nonetheless, the clock is ticking for old Big Ben. He’s played horribly this season and critics across the league are ca...

    Sports | October 4, 2021
  • 'Hotel Rwanda' arrest: should the U.S. step in?

    In 2004, the movie “Hotel Rwanda” premiered in theaters, gaining critical acclaim, along with three Academy Award nominations. Don Cheadle played Paul Rusesabagina, a businessman who used his hotel to shelter and save over a thousand people during the Rwandan genocide in 1994. During this dark...

    Forum | September 27, 2021
  • NFL week 1 roundup: Steelers secure solid start

    Chiefs, Bucs still powerhouses
    When you’re playing against Patrick Mahomes or Tom Brady, a lead is never safe. As Mahomes showed in the 2019 playoffs, and Brady made clear against Atlanta in Super Bowl LI, these two always win close games. It’s no surprise that both of them led their teams to victory despite Cleveland’s and Dallas’ valiant efforts, respectively. Brady put up 379 yards and fou...

    Sports | September 20, 2021