Last spring, the Sigma Kappa Delta Bulldogs made a mid-season splash in Pensacola Christian College's intramural flag football league by installing a spread offensive scheme that utilized rugby-style play highlighted by laterals and quarterback option runs. After starting the season poorly, the Bulldogs recovered and made the playoffs, due in large part to their explosive offense.
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I joined my collegian freshman year for one reason: those Sabre girls at the booth during Greek Rush were just plain fun. No fake smiles, no "you have to rock at sports to be here," just excitement and camaraderie. And the best part about it was that it only got better from there! At...Read more
Amidst the throngs of people, lions, wolves, and bulldogs roam. Smoke cannons shoot off in the distance. There are pirates, life-sized social media pictures, and more... To add to the colorful scene, carnival music plays in the background, and the aroma of dozens of food items wafts through the air. This might seem like I am describing some distant, exotic land,...Read more
Heads or tails. Tails or heads. Tails I lose, or I flip it over and heads I win. Sometimes perspective changes the way we look at things. This past Friday, I experienced one of PCC’s most anticipated traditions--from the flip side. It was the Greek Rush Parade, where all of PCC’s forty-eight collegians set up booths...Read more
I want to tell you a little story, a story about a freshman I once knew. I’ll use a hypothetical name so as not to cause her any sort of embarrassment. Let’s go with “Anna Grace.” Oh wait! That’s my name! Hmmm. Anyway… She went to Greek Rush, just like new students will do tonight, so that...Read more