The Bucknellian

Beyond the Bison: The changing culture in the NFL

Michael Caruso, Senior Writer

January 24, 2019

If you asked football fans during the 2016 season what they thought of the NFL culture, most (if not all) would bring up the controversies over player activism, such as kneeling during the national anthem, league suspensions with performance-enhancing drugs, and brain trauma. In a way, the future ...

Male Athlete of the Year

April 21, 2012

By Alex Wagner Assistant Sports Editor To put it plainly, Bryce Robertson ’12 embodies what college football coaches look for in their players.  The cornerback and punt returner is an exceptional athlete with a strong drive to succeed, as well as a great teammate and leader on and off the field....

Coach of the Year

April 21, 2012

By Eric Brod Senior Writer Great leaders often define themselves in times of controversy or crisis. For head football coach Joseph Susan, the defining moment of his early career as coach of the Orange and Blue could have come this season. After the team finished 1-10 in his first season, Susan knew he had a tough task ahead of him in r...

Second-half collapse ruins home debut

September 16, 2010

By Greg Stevenson Senior Writer The Dartmouth Big Green routed the Orange and Blue football team 43-20 in the home opener at Christy Mathewson-Memorial Stadium on Saturday. The Bison led 20-9 at halftime but the Big Green put up 34 unanswered points in the second half to seal the win. The loss lea...

Football team still searching for offense

September 10, 2010

By Greg Stevenson Senior Writer The football team dropped to 0-2 for the 2010 season with a 14-3 defeat at Marist on Saturday. Another defensive performance went to waste as the Orange and Blue offense was limited to 159 total yards and just 56 yards on the ground. “Our run game needs to impr...

Football drops opener

September 3, 2010

By Greg Stevenson Senior Writer Taking the field at Duquesne last Saturday night with a new face calling plays, the Bison football team struggled to get its offense going, falling to the Dukes 17-13 in a hard-fought season opener. “On offense, we must be able to run the ball better, especially early ...

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