Brads’ Breakdown: Buckeyes survive Big Ten bloodbath
By Alan Brads
I hate Halloween. I’m not afraid to say it. I despise dressing up, and I’m allergic to nine out of every 10 candies, so why shouldn’t I hate it?
But like it or not, Halloween is upon us, and with it, we all get a chance to face our fears. Kids fear zombies and skeletons, and I, a proud member of Generation Z, fear strangers knocking on my door.
But what does the college football world fear?
Well, Clemson fears the SEC, a conference many speculate the TIgers will ...
‘Ahsoka’ episodes 6-8 lack a little punch but still stick the landing
By Ben Konuch
“What was first just a dream has become a frightening reality for those who would oppose us.”
A few weeks ago when I wrote my review for the first half of “Ahsoka,” I sang its praises as one of my favorite pieces of “Star Wars” storytelling in a long time. The series did a fantastic job with its setup, giving a reintroduction of beloved characters from animation to new audiences while setting up a new and exciting story with its fresh antagonists and mystical ...