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After a pair of victories, the Rams have the week off and are back in action Sunday at Rhode Island at 2 p.m. Ally White/The Fordham Ram

Women’s Basketball Wins Two Close Ones

February 11, 2015

By Matt Rosenfeld Conference play can be a grind. Since the calendar turned to 2015, Fordham’s women’s basketball team has had a game every four or five days in Atlantic 10 play. While the Rams ha...

Having lost two of their last three games, the Rams look to rebound on Thursday, Feb. 5 against St. Bonaventure. Samuel Joseph/The Fordham Ram

Women’s Basketball Has Up and Down Week

February 4, 2015

By Matt Rosenfeld In the heart of its conference schedule, the Fordham women’s basketball team split its two games this week, defeating Davidson 66-45 on the road, but falling to Duquesne at Rose...

The Case for Baylor

The Case for Baylor

December 3, 2014

By Matt Rosenfeld The College Football Playoff is already successful. With one week to play in the season, there are three teams that seem to control their own destiny in regard to the playoffs. If...

Fordham split their two games over the Thanksgiving break in San Antonio, Texas. Drew DiPane/The Ram

Women’s Basketball Improves to 4-3

December 3, 2014

By Matt Rosenfeld After defeating Hofstra and Delaware, the Fordham women’s basketball team traveled to San Antonio to take part in the UTSA Thanksgiving Classic. The Rams were able to beat Incarna...

Tommy visits a famous church in Barcelona while studying abroad. Courtesy of Tommy Bannon

Who’s That Kid? It’s Tommy Bannon, GSB ’15

December 3, 2014

By Matt Rosenfeld It feels like there are a million finance majors here at Fordham. In Business Week’s latest business school rankings, Gabelli placed 38th, not bad by any means, but certainly no...

Aaron Rodgers and the Packers are one of the teams near the top of the NFC. Courtesy of Flickr

Overtime: On the NFC

November 19, 2014

By Matt Rosenfeld The NFL season is 11 weeks old, and I think it’s safe to say we’ve reached the home stretch of the year. A lot has changed since week one, and it is clear that the NFC is up ...

After two tough losses, Fordham was able to get into the win column Tuesday. Samuel Joseph/The Ram

Women’s Basketball Earns First Win of 2014-15 Campaign

November 19, 2014

By Matt Rosenfeld The defending Atlantic 10 champions are off to a rough start. Fordham’s women’s basketball team lost its first two games of the season this past week, 72-51 at home against ...

Geno Smith’s lack of success this season has contributed to the Jets’ 1-7 record. Courtesy of Flickr

Overtime: On the Jets’ Future

October 29, 2014

By Matt Rosenfeld “I wish you would step back from that ledge, my friend.” These are the Third Eye Blind lyrics that come to mind when I talk to the Jets fans in my life. Don’t get me wrong, ...

From the Desk of Matt Rosenfeld, Sports Editor

From the Desk of Matt Rosenfeld, Sports Editor

October 22, 2014

By Matt Rosenfeld Late Friday afternoon, Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey signed a bill that would allow racetracks and casinos in the state to host sports gambling. Starting Sunday, Oct. 26, at Mo...

Peyton Manning hopes to repeat last year’s offensive success in Denver in 2014. Photo Courtesy of Wikimedia

Overtime: On the NFL

September 10, 2014

By Matt Rosenfeld Rejoice America, for we have made it through the long, football-less summer and are fresh off of our first meaningful NFL action since February. Week 1 is in the books and that mea...

Michigan will have a hole in the post next year, after losing McGary to the NBA. (Photo Courtesy of Flickr)

Overtime: On Michigan Basketball

April 30, 2014

By MATT ROSENFELD When it comes to discipline, the NCAA is a joke. We’ve known this for a while now, but when the organization decided to showcase its ignorance and incompetence once again in the sa...

The Ram Staff’s Final Four Predictions

The Ram Staff’s Final Four Predictions

April 2, 2014

By MAX PRINZ SPORTS EDITOR On my way home from spring break, I was waiting for a D train when an older woman approached me with a slightly wrinkled piece of paper in her hand. She caught my eye, smiled...

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