The article “Ending Homophobia in Magic” by Abe Sargent focuses on the obsolescence of the word “homophobia.” Sargent makes the case that people use the word contrary to what its semantics may indicate. He uses the Magic community as a building block to make his point that “homophobia,” which implies a fear of homosexuals rather than hatred, is nothing more than a word used as an alternative to a widespread disdain for those in the LGBT community.
Everybody has sex, but it isn’t the easiest thing to talk about. Continue reading
The New York Giants’ recent play gave reason to believe that the team needed some time to rediscover its identity.
Tom Coughlin’s bunch received that necessary respite in the form of a bye week. Continue reading
The New York Giants proved to be just another victim of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ recent hot streak, falling 24-20 to Ben Roethlisberger and Co.
After seeing his team enter the fourth quarter with a 10-point lead, Giants coach Tom Coughlin saw the opposition rattle off 14 straight in the final period. Continue reading
I spent some time roaming around the University at Albany campus center asking students if they had ever had to deal with racism on a personal level. What I found was interesting, to say the least. Continue reading
Eli Manning is the best player on the New York Giants, and one of the best in the league, but his role on Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys isn’t as important as that of Ahmad Bradshaw.
In the Giants’ two losses this year, which came at the hands of the Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles, Tom Coughlin’s offense ran the ball for less than 100 yards. The power and importance of the rushing attack cannot be underestimated, as the Giants haven’t lost a game in which they have racked up over 100 yards on the ground.
Running the ball, something that Coughlin often neglected to do last week against the Redskins, is the unequivocal key to this road game. Continue reading