1. Syracuse Orange Need To Continue Running To Continue Winning In Big East

    After losing three straight games at home and with a four-game losing streak not too distant in the rear-view mirror, Monday night marked a big game for the Orange against an unranked-but-talented West Virginia team...

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  2. Athletes Have All the Power in Modern Professional Sports, Especially in the NBA

    The longest-tenured head coach in sports is no more. After 23 years with the Utah Jazz, Jerry Sloan and one of his assistants, Phil Johnson, have resigned...

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  3. Carmelo Anthony Trade Rumors: Los Angeles Lakers Battle New York Knicks

    The Knicks and Lakers play in primetime on Friday night, but that game won't decide NBA titles for years to come. The Carmelo Anthony sweepstakes, however, very well could...

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  4. Syracuse Bounces Back From Losing Streak and Falsified Scandal To Beat UConn

    A well-drawn up set, out of a late timeout, gave Syracuse its first lead in weeks right before heading into the locker room...

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  5. New York Yankees Rotation Issues May Lead To MLB Debut of Manny Banuelos in 2011

    It's the second day of February, and the Super Bowl is just four days away, meaning baseball is right around the corner (pitchers and catchers report in about two weeks)...

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  6. Strong AFC East Could Pose Problems For Jets in 2009

    Last season, the four teams in the AFC East combined for 38 victories, tied with the NFC East and AFC South and behind only the NFC South's 40 wins. The division looks to be improved this year as well, making life difficult for the new-look New York Jets.

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  7. Meet The 2009 New York Jets Coaching Staff

    Head Coach Rex Ryan: Ryan served the past four years as the Baltimore Ravens defensive coordinator. He was considered for the open position of head coach before the 2008 season, a job which was given to Jim Harbaugh...

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  8. New York Jets Look To Shed Conservative Image Under Rex Ryan

    One of the major criticisms of the Jets offense during the Eric Mangini era was a lack of aggression, both on offense and defense...

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  9. 10 Questions For Thomas Jones

    You led the AFC with 1,312 rushing yards last season. Do you feel disrespected when your name is not mentioned among the top running backs in the league? The Jets made several moves to bolster their offensive line before last season...

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  10. What To Expect from the 2009 New York Jets

    After the August 2008 acquisition of quarterback Brett Favre, many pundits expected the New York Jets to be contenders in the AFC...

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