1. 2010 World Cup: Eight Reasons Why Americans Will Root for New Zealand

    As the popularity of football continues to grow around the world, the dividing line between countries becomes more blurred. Players are getting dual citizenship and then deciding later whom to play for...

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  2. Simon Elliott and Ryan Nelsen: New Zealand All Whites Have Fans at Stanford

    As the 2010 FIFA World Cup approaches, thousands of Americans are preparing to cheer for their national team. However, a pocket of fans in Palo Alto, CA, the home of Stanford University, will be cheering for New Zealand...

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  3. Army-Syracuse Lacrosse: Black Knights Create a Miracle, Attention Media Outlets

    For years, philosophers have wondered if a tree makes a sound when it falls in the forest and there is nobody around to hear it...

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  4. Scott Rodgers: Notre Dame Goalie Turns Princeton into Mr. Rodgers' Neighborhood

    Scott Rodgers made 14 saves Saturday afternoon to lead the visiting Notre Dame Fighting Irish lacrosse team to an 8-5 upset over the sixth-seeded Princeton Tigers at the Class of 52 Stadium...

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  5. Peter Baum Is "The Bomb" for Colgate Lacrosse

    A popular idiom in today's society is that every cloud has a silver lining. That statement couldn't ring any more true for Colgate's men's lacrosse team...

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  6. Lehigh Mountain Hawk Fans Should Be Shouting "We Want Syracuse"

    The dream of every player in Division I basketball is to participate in the NCAA Tournament. Players from small conferences dream of playing the game of their lives and pulling off an upset that will be forever remembered...

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  7. R-E-S-P-E-C-T: Why Can't the UTEP Miners Get Any?

    If Rodney Dangerfield was still alive, the UTEP Miners would be his favorite college basketball team. If Johnny Paycheck was still living, he would probably write "Take This Bubble and Shove It" and dedicate it to the team...

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  8. The Doors Had The Lizard King—Weber State Wildcats Have The Lillard King

    The Doors formed in Los Angeles, Calif., and now Oakland, Calif., is the hometown of one the rising stars in college basketball...

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  9. Wisconsin-Milwaukee's James Eayrs: The Round Mound from Downtown

    Many college basketball fans probably have never seen a player that is 6'7" and weighs 310 lbs. If they would imagine the style of play he would display, I doubt they would picture someone that can dribble behind his back and shoot from long range...

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  10. A Northeast Conference Tournament Preview: The Show In the Snow

    It still may be cold in Connecticut, Maryland, New York, and Pennsylvania, but the temperature will begin to heat up with the Northeast Conference Tournament commencing tonight...

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  11. Senior Night Took on Different Meaning for Samford Bulldogs Basketball Team

    Nearing the end of the regular season for college basketball, schools use the last home game of the year to reflect upon the accomplishments of their senior players...

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  12. For Joique Bell, One Is the Lonliest Number at the Senior Bowl

    While many players invited to the Senior Bowl have spent time reacquainting themselves with teammates and familiar opposition, one athlete is unknown to many of the scouts and most of the invitees...

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  13. Sam Houston State Is Nuts About Corey Allmond

    With 347 schools participating in Division I college basketball, it is easy for a team or player to get lost in the shuffle...

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  14. Nothing Could Be Finer Than To Root for Coastal Carolina in the Morning

    As a Big South men's basketball fan, there is currently no better place to be than in Conway, S.C. Right now in Conway, wearing teal represents a fashion statement...

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  15. Mount Union's Cecil Shorts III Is Long in Talent

    Just two seasons ago, Cecil Shorts III was a backup quarterback for the Mount Union Purple Raiders. Just recently, Shorts received the Ed Sherman Award for the second year in a row as the Ohio Athletic Conference's top wide receiver...

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  16. Houston Cougars Need Spinoff to Aubrey Coleman and Kelvin Lewis Show

    If college basketball was just a two-on-two competition, the Houston Cougars would be one of the best teams in the nation.  Unfortunately, Houston has to field five players at a time, and the Cougars are 5-2 with no votes in the AP or Coaches Poll...

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  17. John Gagliardi and Eddie Robinson are Victims of New Math

    It was definitely a doleful day when Bobby Bowden announced that he was retiring as coach of the Florida State Seminoles at the end of the season...

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  18. Joe Zeglinski Is Back for the Hartford Hawks—and Better than Ever

    (Photo Credit: Pictoria.com) Led by guard Joe Zeglinski, the Hartford Hawks entered the 2008-09 season with dreams of a winning season and an America East championship. However, the Hawks got off to a slow start by starting the season 3-6...

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  19. A Dog Has Died—Where Are the Michael Vick Haters?

    This past Thursday, Uga VII, the four-year-old mascot of the Georgia Bulldogs, passed away from an apparent heart attack...

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  20. Preye Preboye Adds More Flow To Stony Brook

    (Photo credit: Laura Merwin/MassLive.com) During the college basketball season, Stony Brook does not immediately come to mind as a "must see" team. However, with the arrival of Preye Preboye on campus, that opinion may soon change...

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  21. Alcorn State's Young Guns Misfire Against Ohio State

    Photo originally appeared at www.sports.espn.go.com   Senior Jonathan Boyd scored 20 points and converted six of his 10 three-point attempts, but it was not enough as the Alcorn State Braves lost to the Ohio State Buckeyes 100-60 Monday night...

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  22. Spartans Learned Plenty From Game With Northwood University

    At first glance, Michigan State's 76-45 exhibition win versus Northwood University was just a meaningless dress rehearsal while awaiting the home opener on Nov. 13 against Florida Gulf Coast...

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  23. Old Dominion Shows Barton College Who's King

    Photo originally appeared at www.media.hamptonroads.com.   Kent Bazemore led Old Dominion with 17 points and three steals as the Monarchs easily defeated Barton College 91-62 in an exhibition game Monday night at the Ted Constant Convocation Center...

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  24. Arizona Basketball 2009-10 Preview: It's Miller Time

    Head Coach: Sean Miller—First year at Arizona; 120-47 overall Previous Season: 21-14; 9-9 Pac-10 (tied for fifth); lost to Louisville in NCAA round of 16 Departures: G David Bagga, F Chase ...

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  25. California Basketball 2009-10 Preview: Bears Poised For Golden Season

    Head Coach: Mike Montgomery; 22-11 in first year at California (569-255 overall) Previous Season: 21-11; 11-7 Pac-10 (Tied third); Lost to Maryland in first round of NCAA Tournament Departures: ...

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