Owner’s comments spark controversy over NFL protests

Owner’s comments spark controversy over NFL protests

According to an article published by ESPN on Friday, meetings between NFL executives, owners and player representatives were going well. The two-day meetings which began on Oct. 17 aimed to find a solution to issues surrounding national anthem protests. However, things took a sharp turn for the worse when Houston Texans’ owner Bob McNair used a racially insensitive analogy. “We can’t have the inmate running the prison,” McNair said.

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Seawolves earn first victory of the month

Seawolves earn first victory of the month

After going an entire month without a victory, the Sonoma State University men’s soccer team has made a strong playoff push at the end of the season as it has turned what was a losing record into a positive one. With its current record of 7-6-2, the pressure is on to finish the season with more wins than losses, as the team has had a streaky season with only a few games left to play.

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Volleyball team splits weekend at home

Volleyball team splits weekend at home

Following nearly two weeks out of commission and away from the sport, the juggernaut that is the Sonoma State University women’s volleyball team returned to the hardwood against in-conference foe UC San Diego, securing a hard-fought 3-1 victory in four electrifying sets at the ‘Wolves Den. The match concluded with scores of 28-26, 15-25, 25-11, and 25-20.

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Men’s soccer team falters late into the season

Men’s soccer team falters late into the season

Losses can be taken in two different ways: as a positive or negative, with no alternatives. It is no secret that the Sonoma State men’s soccer team have had a tough season. With their current record (2-4-1 CCAA), the pressure is on to finish the season with more wins than losses. Fortunately, Sonoma has fought for every goal and minute, and turned each of their losses into a learning experience for the team. 

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