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A Tough Road to Home-Field: Patriots Will Have to Work to Secure a Bye

Every game matters. That is what makes the NFL so great. This is why the Patriots are really going to have to work to overcome that pathetic home loss to the Arizona Cardinals. It was probably the worst home loss in the Tom Brady era. Thank Josh McDaniels and Bill Belchick for benching Wes Welker, […]

Shaq’s 2004 Miami Police Application: An In-Depth Investigation by Sports of Boston

The Miami New Times published a story last Wednesday detailing Shaquille O’Neal’s 2004 application to join the Miami Beach Police Force. It’s about time. Why should anything about one of the league’s most gregarious and hilarious superstars be hidden from the public eye? Boston Celtics fans only got a brief glimpse of that disarming smile […]

Report: Vince Wilfork Named in Miami Allegations

In an 11-month Yahoo! Sports investigation surrounding the University of Miami, Nevin Shapiro and “impermissible benefits” to Miami players, current Patriots defensive tackle Vince Wilfork’s name has appeared as a player that may have received benefits from Shapiro. The report says that Wilfork accepted $50,000 on behalf of Axcess while he was in Coral Gables. […]

Patriots 2011 Draft Report: Allen Bailey, Miami

Allen Bailey, DE/OLB, Miami Height: 6-3 Weight: 285 40: 4.77 2010 stats: 45 tackles, 11 tackles for loss, 7.0 sacks Overview: Allen Bailey is perhaps the most physically imposing player in the entire 2011 draft. At 285 pounds, Bailey ran a 4.77 40-yard dash. Not bad for a defensive end, huh? It is Bailey’s blend […]

AFC East Projection: It’s Anyone’s Game

For most of the past decade, The New England Patriots have been the dominate force in the AFC East. With seven of the last ten championships under their belt, they were always top dog. However, in the past few months, the Jets and Dolphins have gotten much better. So, could New England be in trouble […]

BC Tops Miami Despite Another Second Half Drought

Just how head coach Al Skinner drew it up — almost. The Eagles opened conference play with a 61-60 win against Miami, ending a three game losing streak to the Hurricanes. But for the third consecutive game the Eagles dominated for 30 minutes only to almost let it slip away down the stretch. BC has won […]

Five Musings on College Football Week 1

Five Thoughts on Week One of College Football