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Red Sox vs Yankees Preview

Red Sox vs Yankees Preview The Boston Red Sox (4-5) and the New York Yankees (4-5), commonly referred to as the greatest rivalry in baseball, will meet tonight in New York for the first time in the 2014 season. The Red Sox are coming off a big comeback win against the Texas Rangers and the […]

Week 14 Preview: Patriots at Dolphins

Welcome to the PG era, folks: Post-Gronk. Luckily for the Patriots, they will be (hopefully) eased in by the Miami Dolphins. The Dolphins, however, are far from an easy opponent. While the Patriots struggled with a middling Cleveland team last week, the Fins scored an impressive victory over a competitive Steelers team. Miami represents one […]

Rematch: A Giants-Patriots Super Bowl XLVI Preview

On Sunday, Feb. 5, the New England Patriots (15-3) will battle the New York Giants (12-7) for the right to hoist the Lombardi Trophy in Super Bowl XLVI at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Ind. The Patriots have won 10 in a row, outscoring their opponents 359-188 over that time period to advance to their […]

Patriots Aim for Eight Straight Against Buffalo

The 12-3 New England Patriots will host the 6-9 Buffalo Bills on Sunday to wrap up the 2011 NFL regular season. The two teams are heading in opposite directions, as the Patriots have won their last seven games, and the Bills have just one win over that stretch. The Bills beat the Patriots by a […]

Patriots to Engage Dolphins in Christmas Eve Clash

In a Christmas Eve matinée, the New England Patriots (11-3) will host the Miami Dolphins (5-9) at 1:00 p.m. at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. The Patriots have won six in a row, and the offense appears to be firing on all cylinders. Meanwhile, Miami has won five of their last seven after starting 0-7. […]

Patriots Looking For Five Straight Against Redskins

The 9-3 New England Patriots will attempt to lock up the AFC East title this week when they face the 4-8 Washington Redskins in FedEx Field. The Patriots would clinch their third division crown in a row with a win and a New York Jets loss. New England has won its last four games and […]

Game of the Century: No. 1 LSU vs. No. 2 Alabama

It’s time. LSU vs. Alabama is finally here. How big is this game? Sportscenter has allocated 89 percent of its morning shows this week to covering this game (approximately). There was a segment Thursday in which they offered comparative analysis of the rooms in which coaches speak with new recruits, and not only did it […]

Previewing Week 1 of the NFL Season

After seven months of finally waiting, the NFL season is finally upon us. A lockout, a frenzied free agency period and a preseason that flew by have brought fans to the brink of euphoria, as tonight the season kicks off. A slew of enticing games lines the Week One docket, including a few heated division […]

No. 1 Ohio State Buckeyes Travel to Madison

Fresh off their new No. 1 ranking, the Ohio State Buckeyes will be on upset alert when they travel to Madison, Wis., Saturday. After defeating Indiana, 38-10, the Buckeyes will look to keep their undefeated record in tact. However, as history tell us, it won’t be an easy task for Ohio State. In the past […]

Bruins 2010-2011 Preview: Goalies

Last fall, the Boston Bruins entered the hockey season with the defending Vezina Trophy winner and an up-and-coming back-up netminder in a campaign that led the league in save percentage and placed second in goals allowed. This season, however, the roles have reversed; the Vezina Trophy winner now finds himself riding the pine after posting […]

NCAA Football Week 5: Florida Travels to Alabama

As Week 5 approaches let’s take a look at three of the big games on the slate for Saturday. 1. No. 7 Florida at No. 1 Alabama Is there a better way to start an action-packed month of October games? Didn’t think so. Florida QB John Brantley gets his first big road test of his […]

Patriots 2010 Preview: Coaching Staff

While coaching staff previews are usually about the last thing NFL fans care to read, in New England, Patriots diehards worship at the altar of Bill Belichick. Though it may sound hyperbolic, Belichick has truly reached cult status in New England, the byproduct of three Super Bowl rings. For a long time it seemed that […]

2009 UMass Footall Preview: Defense

For a team that has recently been known for their defensive dominance, they didn’t live up to their reputation last year. The Minutemen finished last season ninth in the conference, giving up 358 yards per game. Although the defense didn’t live up to expectations in 2008, they bring more experience and leadership into the 2009 […]

Game Preview: Minutemen vs. Wildcats (10/13)

Coming off a bye week, the #4/4 Minutemen are looking to bounce back with a home win over Villanova, after suffering their first loss of the season at the hands of FBS powerhouse #4 Boston College. The 4-2 Wildcats (2-1 in the CAA) are making their first trip to Amherst since 2002. They are looking […]

ALCS Preview: Boston Red Sox vs Cleveland Indians

Like the last three years, this ALCS is Yankee-light. Cause the Yankees sucked. But I digress, the Cleveland Indians are a better ballclub than the Yankees this year and they are built for the playoffs. Cleveland has two very strong pitching Aces and a couple quality veteran starters. They have clutch hitters, speed to put […]