About Ethan Sears

Ethan Sears is currently a freshman at the University of Michigan. He is from Rye, New York and started writing at EthanSears.com, a self-published website. He has loved sports from an early age and intends to have a long career in journalism.

Ethan has interned at the New York Post for three straight summers. He is a Michigan women's basketball beat writer for the Michigan Daily and a Michigan me's basketball writer for UMHoops.com. You can follow him on Twitter @ethan_sears.

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Tua Tagovailova is one of the rising stars in college football
Spring ball is coming to a close, so what better time to start thinking about college football’s potential breakout players? As always, there are no shortage. With a constant churn of graduations and NFL Draftees, that’s part of the natural cycle for nearly every team.
Dec 21, 2016; San Diego, CA, USA; Wyoming Cowboys quarterback Josh Allen (17) looks to pass during the third quarteragainst the Brigham Young Cougars at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports
Risk vs. reward is the most classic proposition in any draft, of any sport. You know one guy has all the tools to succeed, but no one has a clue whether it’ll mean anything. The NFL draft especially seems to be filled with those players.
Personnel dictates results, and the Final Four is no exception. Here are Villanova, Kansas, Michigan and Loyola-Chicago’s most important players.
Texas A&M guard Admon Gilder during the NCAA Tournament
Finally, we can breathe. After four straight days of basketball insanity, the early part of this week gives us a chance to assess the field and take a good, hard look at the Sweet 16, one of the more unorthodox we’ve ever had.
By the nature of the NCAA Tournament, it’s inevitable that a couple teams will do the unexpected, pull off a couple upsets and find themselves in the Sweet 16. There’s no more reliable bet in sports than that, yet there’s no tougher one than putting a finger on exactly who that team will be.
James Harden Houston Rockets
We’re going to spend a good portion of the next six weeks debating NBA awards and it’s time for a reset. Here are the current leaders.
March Madness is just around the corner. No, really, it’s in two weeks. Yeah, the season went by fast. So, without further ado, here are college basketball’s 14 hottest scorers headed into March Madness.
This list will focus on the players who will, quietly, play a huge role in the coming weeks in the NBA. Not the stars — you already know about them and nobody needs to be told that Kevin Durant and LeBron James will impact the title race. — but the x-factors
There’s never a shortage of fun in the NBA, but the next eight weeks are going to take it to another level. Here are the league’s 16 biggest NBA storylines as we head down the home stretch.
Minnesota Vikings quarterback Case Keenum Monday Night Football
A look at 14 NFL free agents who are set to break the bank this season, including quarterbacks Kirk Cousins and Case Keenum.