This week concludes our two-part pick 'em series. We would like readers to send us our projected Super Bowl scores if they have not already done so. Simply fill out our form on the home page for a chance to win a $50 gift card to Potomac Pizza. Now to our picks. Take them with a grain of salt, since Corbin Blumberg is our only panelist to have correctly predicted both conference championship games.
By David Harrison
Every year in Honolulu, the NFL’s best gather together to play one last game of football. This final display of talent, also known as the Pro Bowl, gives fans one last chance to see their favorite players run around the field before departing for the offseason. Yet, if anything, the Pro Bowl only robs fans of this opportunity. Why, you ask?
By Haley Economakis
After three decades of supporting the Washington Redskins with dresses, pig snouts, and crazy hats, the Hogettes have announced their retirement.
The Hogettes were a group of 12 Redskins fans who dressed up to support their favorite NFL team and to raise money for charity.
Welcome to staff pick 'em, where a panel of nine staff members and faculty adviser Brad Kosegarten share their NFL playoff predictions with you. While this week is a staff only event, we will open up our pool of picks to the general public leading up to the Super Bowl. At The Bulldog, we're excited for this Sunday's pair of games. Are you?
Here are our picks...
By Corbin Blumberg
Anthony Thompson (’13) played through back pain and led all scorers with 22 points in Bethesda last night as the Bulldogs beat rival Landon 62-52 in a matchup that was much closer than expected.
By David Harrison
If the earlier scores of this year’s high school basketball season are any indication of how the rest of the year will turn out, it can only be summarized by one word: unpredictable.
By Peter Angeh
Boys varsity basketball used their current momentum to increase their winning streak to six games as they defeated St. Albans 70-54 in their first IAC match-up.