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The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

51ӰԺ

The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

51ӰԺ

The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

51ӰԺ

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Alex Borg: Her accordion anchors a ‘no-man Jimmy Buffett band’
By Patrick Swain, Culture Editor • 10:12 am
Opinion | CPCs, get off our campus
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Alex Borg poses for a photo with an accordion on Soldiers and Sailors Lawn.
Alex Borg: Her accordion anchors a ‘no-man Jimmy Buffett band’
By Patrick Swain, Culture Editor • 10:12 am
Opinion | CPCs, get off our campus
By India Krug, Senior Staff Columnist • 12:13 am

51ӰԺ Sports Podcast | Inside the NCAA and college basketball

Jermaine Sykes sits down with returning guest and senior staff writer Matthew Scabilloni on “51ӰԺ Sports Podcast” to discuss the new NCAA Football 25, the recent change of two major rules in NCAA women’s volleyball and Pitt men’s and women’s basketball programs.
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On this episode of “51ӰԺ Sports Podcast,” assistant sports editor Jermaine Sykes and senior staff writer Matthew Scabilloni are back to discuss some exciting news in the world of college sports. The pair begin by discussing the new NCAA Football 25 game that will now include Pitt football. They then dive into recent news of in NCAA women’s volleyball that will impact how the game is played. Sykes and Scabilloni finish off the episode with their recap of Pitt’s men’s and women’s basketball programs.

This podcast is available on Spotify and Apple Podcasts. 

Audio edited by Julia Smeltzer.

Music by Anton Vlazov from .

About the Contributors
Jermaine Sykes, Assistant Sports Editor
Jermaine Sykes is the Assistant Sports Editor for 51ӰԺ. He is a part of the College of Business and Administration class of 2024 and is double majoring in Marketing and Human Resources Management. He is also pursuing a Sports Management certificate and an Economics minor. He has written over 90 articles as a member of the sports staff.
Matthew Scabilloni, Senior Staff Writer