The National Football League

NFL Team Logos Founded on August 20th, 1920 in Canton, Ohio as the American Professional Football Conference, the National Football League had its inaugural season the following fall. Originally consisting of fourteen teams at its conception, the National Football League has since grown to thirty-two teams in its 100-year history. What started off as a … Continue reading The National Football League

Case Study #4: EPSN

For this fourth case study, I chose to analyze the social media accounts and activity of ESPN. ESPN, which stands for Entertainment and Sports Programming Network, is the self-proclaimed “World Wide Leader in Sports”. Since its beginning as a cable television network in 1979, ESPN has expanded into a smartphone app, several television stations, a … Continue reading Case Study #4: EPSN

Can’t Lose Hughes – A Sports Blog

For this assignment I chose to analyze a sports blog. The blog is titled “Can’t Lose Hughes Sports”. It is a personal sports blog created by a man named Nolan Hughes. The topic of the blog is sports, and the goings on in the vast world of sports entertainment. The web address for the blog … Continue reading Can’t Lose Hughes – A Sports Blog

Boston College/Notre Dame Football

CHESTNUT HILL, MA - SEPTEMBER 16: Anthony Brown #13 of the Boston College Eagles hands the ball off to Jon Hilliman #32 during the first half against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish at Alumni Stadium on September 16, 2017 in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. (Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images) It's been another lackluster year for the … Continue reading Boston College/Notre Dame Football