Author: Shane Hector

May 7, 2017 Shane Hector No comments exist

Since the series began between the Houston Rockets and the San Antonio Spurs, it has been a battle. However, it will be interesting to see how the Spurs respond without Tony Parker in the lineup. The breakdown of the Spurs without Tony Parker will be interesting to see. Who will step up in his place?…

April 28, 2017 Shane Hector No comments exist

The Terps are going through an interesting transition considering two of their players are leaving the team to go play elsewhere. One is going to the NBA and the other is transferring to another team close to his hometown. Coach Turgeon will have his hands full with next years’ team. Justin Jackson Since he declared…

April 26, 2017 Shane Hector No comments exist

  The NASCAR diversity program has been an interesting dynamic for NASCAR.  NASCAR, historically, has not had many minorities break into the sport on either media nor as a driver side. Why minorities are having such a difficult time getting access to the sport is due to the resources, upbringing, lack of distribution, and racism. There has…

February 25, 2017 Shane Hector No comments exist

Darrell Wallace Jr. was born October 8th, 1993 in Mobile, Alabama.  He currently drives Roush-Fenway Racing and drives the Ford car. Wallace made his mark with five Camping Truck World Series wins. Since he has five wins, he became the first African-American driver since Wendell Scott to win a NASCAR race. Early Life He was…

February 3, 2017 Shane Hector No comments exist

The clock continues to click and we are gradually approaching Super Bowl LI. Before the Falcons and the Patriots kickoff, why don’t we turn back the clock a little and highlight the best Super Bowl MVPs of all-time? What big name quarterbacks made the list? What performances stood out from the rest? Let’s find out….

November 26, 2016 Shane Hector No comments exist

Senior day at the University of Maryland for all of the seniors as they beat Rutgers 31-13. The first half of the game was all Maryland. On the first drive of the game for the Terps, running back Kenneth Goins Jr. ran for 46 yards for a touchdown to give the Terps the lead over…

November 13, 2016 Shane Hector No comments exist

During the entire game, it was all Ohio State who would go on to beat the Maryland Terrapins, 62-3. This is Maryland’s second blowout loss in two weeks. Ohio State would strike first when Curtis Samuel ran it in from two yards out to increase their lead to seven. Ohio State would score again with…