Leonard Report

August 7, 2014 | Gabriel Leonard

Canada Dominates at the World Games

Every four years the Federation of International Lacrosse has a tournament that gathers many nations together to compete for a gold medal.  The teams split up into different divisions where they compete in round robin play.  The elite division (Blue Division) is highlighted by Team USA, Team Canada, Team Australia and Team Iroquois. Team USA […]

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August 5, 2014 | Gabriel Leonard

Ducks are Ready to Take Flight

Last year, the University of Oregon Ducks fell short in their journey to becoming National Champions. The Ducks fell to Stanford in a heartbreaking loss and then they were dominated by Arizona down in Tuscon. Though the Ducks came up short last year, they still can make this season one to remember. Last year was […]

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July 14, 2014 | Gabriel Leonard

He’s Coming Home

Lebron James is the best basketball player in the world right now and will probably stay the best until the end of his career. King James has two NBA Finals MVP Awards, five NBA Finals appearances and two championship rings. Most of his success is found in South Beach playing for the Miami Heat but […]

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March 13, 2014 | Gabriel Leonard

The Huskie Way

The University of Connecticut women’s basketball team has always been a dominant force in NCAA women’s basketball but this year they are far better than anyone else. UConn is undefeated with a record of 34-0. UConn has played 7 top 10 teams and they have won all those games by a combined 126 points! That […]

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March 12, 2014 | Gabriel Leonard

The Billion Dollar Bet

Warren Buffett just announced that he will be giving $1 billion dollars to the perfect bracket. Yes, not $1 million but $1 billion. The chances of anyone getting this are very, very, very, very slim but what if somebody were to get their bracket 100% right. Well before you go and sign up thinking you […]

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March 4, 2014 | Gabriel Leonard

Bracketology 101

March Madness is right around the corner and college basketball is picking up intensity! Even though the tournament is close there are still LOTS of questions to be asked. Who will be the four number one seeds? Who are the teams that can do a lot of damage in the tournament? Which of the top […]

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February 18, 2014 | Gabriel Leonard

aerial photo of Sochi Olympic Park

A United Disappointment?

Team USA usually ends both the summer and winter Olympics on top of the medal count. This year they are having trouble doing that. Even though the Team USA is tied for first they have the most bronze medals out of any country in the Olympics. Could this be a very mediocre year for Team […]

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February 6, 2014 | Gabriel Leonard

The Green and BluePrint

The Seattle Seahawks dominated a high power Denver offense in the 48th super bowl on Sunday. Seattle allowed 8 points against a Broncos team that averaged 37.9 points per game. The Seahawks rattled Peyton Manning, forcing him to throw 2 INTs(one of those returned for a touchdown). Seattle forced 4 turnovers in total and held […]

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December 9, 2013 | Gabriel Leonard

The Dramatic Conclusion

We finally know who will be playing in Pasadena for the Rose Bowl and BSC Championship game. The College regular season came to a close on Saturday but it was everything but regular. Auburn set records left and right in Atlanta, Florida State started slow but hit the gas hard towards the finish and Ohio […]

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December 3, 2013 | Gabriel Leonard

My Top Prospects for The 2014 NFL Draft

With the college football season coming to a close and the 2014 NFL draft approaching I will tell you who to look for in the first round. This has been a very exciting year with a lot of pro potential on display. Guys like AJ McCarron, Sammy Watkins and Shayne Skov have showed up in […]

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