Jack Fairfield

Jack Fairfield

Bio: Jack Fairfield is currently a senior Communication major at the University of New Hampshire. He is originally from Trumbull, Connecticut, where he graduated from Trumbull High School studying marketing, sports marketing, and business development. At UNH, Jack has developed strong professional writing skills and interpersonal skills through intense coursework and student organizations in the hopes of one day turning it into an impactful career. He is very passionate about sports and is a member of both the Men’s Lacrosse team and the Sports Careers Club at UNH. His dream is to one day become a successful sports writer.

Should Football Fans Expect Fireworks as Trade Deadline Approaches?

The NFL trade deadline is next week, and rumors are flying around social media. We have already seen some unexpected, but necessary, trades go down in the past month. Should we expect to see more?

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Turmoil in Philadelphia Continues After Police Find Van Filled with Explosives

Protests in Philadelphia have halted after police fatally shot Walter Wallace Junior, a black man with a history of mental health issues. However, the city of Philadelphia is now on even higher alert after police found several explosives inside of a van.

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Politics is Ruining Friendships and Families

Do you have an aunt or uncle who loves to express their wild opinions on Facebook and proceeds to attack people in the comments of their controversial post? We all do. You’re not alone. During these wild times of change in our country, it’s important to just take a breath.

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NBA Announces Next Season Could Start as Early as December

The NBA has announced that the start of the 2020-21 season could be as early as December 2020. With the regular season usually starting mid-October and ending around late April, many people have questioned how the NBA will tackle this obstacle.

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Dodgers Win World Series

After a 32-year drought and several years of October failures, the LA Dodgers have finally gotten over the hump. Although it looked like the Rays could have been poised to force a game seven with the outstanding pitching of Blake Snell, the Dodgers proved too strong.

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Should Trevor Lawrence Consider Staying at Clemson?

Clemson quarterback and Heisman front runner Trevor Lawrence is basically guaranteed to go No. 1 overall in next year’s NFL Draft. However, is this a blessing or a curse? The current worst team in the NFL is the New York Jets, who are not only awful on the field but a train wreck in the front office.

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Kyler Murray Leads Cardinals to Wild Victory in a Desert Shootout

In one of the most entertaining games of this NFL season, the Seattle Seahawks headed to the desert to take on Kyler Murray and the Cardinals. This game was an absolute shootout, ending in overtime with the Cardinals taking the 37-34 victory.

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Does Game Six Spell Trouble for Dodgers

The Los Angeles Dodgers have once again found themselves in a sticky situation in game six of the World Series versus the Tampa Bay Rays. The series is currently 3-2 in favor of the Dodgers; however, the Rays have ace Blake Snell on the mound in game six.

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Tik Tok Video Sparks Army Investigation

After a viral video of a TikTok user skateboarding down the street, holding a carton of cranberry juice, and listening to Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams” blew up, it started a massive trend.

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Jack Harlow Drops New Single “Tyler Herro”

NBA rookie Tyler Herro made a splash in the playoffs as he helped the Miami Heat reach the finals. He went viral several times with different clips of him hitting three pointers, mean mugging cameras, and going off for 38 points in a game. Herro also made history as the youngest player to ever start a finals game.

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How the NFC East is Changing Football

The NFC is currently the worst division in the NFL. The Dallas Cowboys are first in the division at 2-4, and the Philadelphia Eagles, the New York Giants, and the Washington Football Team are all tied for second at 1-5. The worst part about it? None of these teams look like they’re improving at all.

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Tampa Bay Rays Even World Series in Game Two

After a dominant performance from the Los Angeles Dodgers in game one, the Rays bounced back in game two behind lefty Blake Snell. Snell had an unreal performance for the first four innings, not allowing a hit or a run.

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