1. Harvard Basketball Drops Out of First in Ivy League After Being Stunned by Yale

    After Princeton lost to Brown last Saturday, Harvard took over first place in the Ivy League and needed just four wins in order to guarantee their first Ivy League championship...

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  2. Harvard and Princeton Tied Atop Ivies as Conference Heads Towards Final Stretch

    After Cornell lost the eight seniors and head coach that led the Big Red to their magical run to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament last season, many believed that that the Ivy League was in rebuilding mode so to speak...

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  3. LIU Blackbirds Continue To Surprise As They Improve Record To 21-5

    Although many College Basketball fans haven't even heard of the Northeast Conference, let alone Long Island University, there is a reason to take notice of these Blackbirds...

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  4. Big East Basketball: Why the Conference Isn't As Good As Everyone Says

    In the 2010 NCAA Tournament, eight Big East teams went dancing, the most out of any conference. However, it wasn't much of a party...

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  5. Princeton and Harvard Remain at Top of Ivy League After Big Wins On Friday

    Coming into the Ivy League season, everyone was talking about Harvard and Princeton. The teams had lost a combined just seven games, and had picked up solid wins along the way...

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  6. Long Island University Blackbirds Flying Under the Radar After 14-4 Start

    When people think of a resurgence in New York City basketball, they probably think of the New York Knicks or the St. John's University Red Storm, both of whom were a joke the past decade, but have now become no laughing matter...

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  7. 2011 Australian Open: Top 10 Potential Breakout Performances

    As the first round came to a close at the Australian Open yesterday, 128 players began and only 64 remained...

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  8. Australian Open 2011: Day Two Live Blog, Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray In Action

    Hey, welcome to the day two live blog of the Australian Open. It was a great first day with the top Americans Andy Roddick and Venus Williams advancing. Sam Querrey was dropped, and but what really matters is Grand Slam tennis 2011 is here...

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  9. St. John's Looks To Prove a Point in Pivotal Matchup Against Syracuse

    It has been really hard to tell where St. John's stands this season in the crazy world that is college basketball. On some nights the Red Storm have come out and played like a Top 25 team, but on other nights they look like the St...

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  10. UConn vs. Pittsburgh Live Blog: Big East Season Begins With Big Time Matchup

    Hey everyone! Tonight marks the first game of the Big East season. The Big East is one of the best conferences in college basketball. UConn and Pittsburgh are arguably the two best teams in that conference...

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  11. Big East Previews and Predictions for Each Team Before Conference Season Starts

    Every year it seems the Big East conference is the deepest. So many top teams, eight possible tournament spots, the competition is outstanding. Every game is a battle for every team, and nothing is ever decided until the final day...

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  12. Fashion Forward: Top 50 Current NCAA Basketball Jerseys

    There are 347 NCAA Division 1 basketball teams. All of them are unique in the way that they play. Some are good, some are bad. For the purposes of this slideshow, it really doesn't matter...

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  13. St. John's Red Storm Not Living Up To Hype As Early Struggles Continue

    When St. John's hired Steve Lavin to replace Norm Roberts as the head men's basketball coach of the Red Storm in late spring, the school and everyone else in New York City believed they had hit the jackpot...

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  14. LIVE BLOG: Resurgent Knicks Take On Red Hot Celtics In Marquee Matchup at MSG

    Hey everyone! Enjoy the live blog as the Knicks try to take out the Celtics tonight at Madison Square Garden! The blog is below. Feel free to comment at the bottom of the page...

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  15. Fordham Basketball Stuns St. John's in Front of Raucous Home Crowd

    The Rose Hill Gym on the Eastern Bronx Campus of Fordham University is the oldest Division I basketball court still in use. It holds just 3,200 fans, which also makes it among the smallest in Division I...

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  16. NCAA Basketball: New York City Teams Seeing Great Improvement to Start 2010

    For years, New York City has been facing a dry spell of good college basketball. With St. John's finding itself in the basement of the Big East, Fordham winning two games all season ...

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  17. NCAA Basketball: St. John's Looks To Get Back on Track Against Red-Hot Columbia

    On Monday Night, the former St. Mary's associate head coach won his first game as a head coach of the Columbia Lions with a 108-74 romping of the University of Maryland Eastern Shore...

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  18. 2010 NCAA Basketball: Recapping the First Week of College Hoops

    Most people don't really pay much attention to the first couple weeks of college basketball. It's a time when the best teams play tune up games against some of their easiest opponents ...

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  19. NCAA Basketball Preview: Ivy League Has a Whole New Look For 2010-2011 Season

    Above is a photo of Chris Wroblewski, the point guard who helped lead the Big Red to the Sweet 16 this past March...

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  20. 2010 NBA Season Preview: 5 Reasons Why Miami Heat Will Lose Just Two Games

    Although most NBA experts are calling for the Los Angeles Lakers to repeat as NBA champs, there is another not-so subtle team to look out for. You probably guessed it, the Miami Heat...

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  21. Giants Vs. Braves Live Blog: Giants Win Game 3-2 and Series 3-1.

    Hello everyone, and welcome to this game four live blog of the Giants vs. Braves . The first two games have been one-run thrillers and tonight could very well be the same...

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  22. San Francisco Giants: Game 2 Report Card From Loss to Atlanta Braves

    It seemed all but over. The Giants were leading 4-1 with two innings to go. San Francisco has one of the best bullpens in baseball, but there came the Atlanta Braves, and in the blink of an eye, the game was tied...

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  23. 2010 MLB Playoffs: The Most Important Player For Each 2010 Postseason Team

    At the time of year when all the talk is of MVP hitters and Cy Young pitchers, many important players are often not even considered...

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  24. Wait Till Next Year: The 10 Most Deflating Games Of The 2010 Mets Season

    Over the course of a 162 game season, there are bound to be ups and downs. Some nights will be good, and some nights will be bad. For the Mets, 2010 was truly that roller coaster...

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  25. U.S. Open Mens Final Live Blog: Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal Battle for Title

    Hello! It has all been leading up to this. The tennis world was rocked yesterday when Roger Federer was taken out by Novak Djokovic in a five-set thriller after being down match point, and when Rafael Nadal graduated to his first U...

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