Co-hosts Tyler Trumbauer and Tubby talk the NFL coaching carousel, the fall of Colin Kaepernick, and Edinboro women's soccer with Mike Fenner, who called in for the last segment.
Football head coach Justin Lustig has reportedly resigned, moving to Syracuse University.
Lock Haven University's president announces elimination of the indoor track and field program.
The Edinboro men’s track and field team traveled to Charlotte, North Carolina this past weekend for the 49’er Classic, an event that’s been a staple in the team’s schedule for some time.
The Edinboro Fighting Scots wrestling team sent eight qualifiers to the NCAA National Tournament in St. Louis, with one, Sean Russell, bringing home All-American honors.
Tubby and Drew talk about the NCAA Wrestling Tournament and how Edinboro faired. they also discuss Story/Not a Story and give their parting shots.
This past weekend at the Rostraver Ice Garden in Belle Vernon, Pennsylvania, the Edinboro hockey team made history with their first Tier 2 Championship.
Edinboro University prides itself on having an art school they believe can stack up with the best in the country. And with the success of someone like Jordan Koch, they’re certainly making a case.
In this second part of The Spectator’s multi-week look into Edinboro’s financial, academic and enrollment standing, we focus on how students from around the Erie and Edinboro areas chose other state schools over Edinboro.
The president’s inauguration kicks off the eventful academic week on Thursday, at 1 p.m. in the Louis C. Cole Auditorium.