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  • Tedeschi’s Take: Looking Back

    Tedeschi’s Take: Looking Back

    It’s hard to believe, but this is the final edition of The Sojourn and my final column of the year.  The year has flown by and I’ve had a blast covering Wildcat sports this year as sports editor.  For my last column, I decided to take a look back at some of my favorite stories…

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  • Tedeschi’s Take: Opening Day

    Tedeschi’s Take: Opening Day

    My least favorite time of the year is the winter.  And it’s not because of the cold or the snow.  I’ve lived in the Midwest my whole life; I’m used to it.  The main reason I don’t like the winter months is because it’s the baseball offseason. I’m a huge baseball fan and a diehard…

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  • Tedeschi’s Take: Retirement

    Tedeschi’s Take: Retirement

    On Monday night, San Francisco 49ers linebacker Chris Borland announced his retirement from the NFL.  Borland is only 24 years old and just finished his rookie season, so the news came as a shock to many. Even more shocking was that 30-year old 49ers teammate Patrick Willis retired just last week, opening up a potential…

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  • Tedeschi’s Take: Tournament Fever

    Tedeschi’s Take: Tournament Fever

    If you’re like me, you can’t wait for NCAA March Madness to start. The Thursday and Friday of the Round of 64 are almost a holiday to me, and the win-or-go-home nature of the tournament makes it must-watch basketball. But the Big Dance doesn’t start until the middle of March. Where can you turn for…

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