1. Armando Galarraga Has Perfect Game Spoiled by Blown Call

    In what will only be considered the biggest blown call in the history of Major League Baseball, Armando Galarraga's perfect game was brutally stolen from him by the cold-hearted first base umpire Jim Joyce...

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  2. 2010 French Open: Poor First Round Could Mean Demise for American Men

    Just three days ago, there were 11 American men in the draw. After round one—just five remain. Coming into the open, there were three Americans who were ranked and expected to ...

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  3. 2010 French Open: Michael Yani, One of Many Unknowns Highlighted on Day One

    The time was 9:20 P.M. All of the matches had finished except one. Out on the final court, Lukas Lacko and Michael Yani (pictured) were still battling. The score was 6-4, 6-7, 6-7, 7-6, 8-8 when the match was finally called...

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  4. LIVE BLOG: French Open Day One

    5:08 A.M EST: Alas, it has begun, time for another Grand Slam season. The French Open. Match play should start in a few moments. If you have any comments, please leave them below. 5:16 A...

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  5. 2010 French Open: A Complete Preview of the Entire Men's Draw

    As is the case before every major tennis tournament, there is a lot of excitement. There is a lot of excitement because there are 128 players, and 128 potential winners. There is no lead, there is only a vast sea of opportunities...

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  6. 2010 NBA Draft Order Mock Draft: John Wall, Big Guys Will Go Early

    As the NBA heads into one of its most intensely anticipated offseasons, one thing that could be overlooked is the NBA draft, which admits some of the best players from oversees and the college game...

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  7. Fordham Basketball Headed in New Direction as Program Is on the Rise

    It hasn't been a long time since Fordham 2-26 (0-16 in A-10) closed out one of the worst seasons in program history. However, if you were to ask anyone in the Fordham Basketball Program right now, they might have no recollection of it...

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  8. Men's College BB: Former St. Mary's Assistant Accepts Head Position at Columbia

    On what was a beautiful summer like day on Columbia's prestigious campus Wednesday, an even warmer welcoming was taking place inside its infamous Levien Gymnasium...

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  9. Cornell Basketball Hires VA Tech Assistant Bill Courtney as Head Coach

    On Friday morning the Cornell Athletics Department sent out a statement regarding the fact that they would be announcing the new head coach of the Men's basketball program at 3 p.m...

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  10. Fordham Shortstop Becomes Internet Sensation After Amazing "Flip"

    When Brian Konwacki came to the ballpark (more like the somewhat functioning baseball/football field) at Fordham University, one can only doubt that he had any idea what was in store for him...

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  11. Managing Plays the Lead in Mets' 20-Inning, 2-1 Victory Over St. Louis

    Yesterday at Busch Stadium will be a day that will go down in baseball history. It was truly remarkable that a game in this era of baseball goes a full 18 innings without a run crossing home...

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  12. New York Mets: Why 3-7 Record Shouldn't Make Fans Nervous

    If you're a Mets fan right now, you might be just a little nervous. If you look at the current situation, you see a shaky 3-7 team that isn't hitting, pitching, or winning like the way you thought they might...

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  13. Say It Ain't So, Joe! Columbia Coach Joe Jones Leaves for Boston College

    As if things for the Columbia men's basketball program weren't bad enough. It became official today that Joe Jones will be leaving his home of seven years for an "associate head coaching ...

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  14. Cornell Coach Steve Donahue Close To Becoming Next Boston College Coach

    After leading his Cornell team to three straight NCAA tournaments, Steve Donahue appears to be on the move to Boston College, a move that could become official as soon as tomorrow. The news was announced by ESPN...

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  15. Mets Take Opening Day Victory Over Marlins, but What Does Future Hold?

    In what was an unseasonably warm 70 degree afternoon at Citi Field in New York, the Mets bats were just as hot, putting together a good offensive performance to back up ace pitcher Johan Santana's solid outing...

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  16. Can Everyone Please Stop Talking About How Hoosiers Is Similar to Butler?

    I don't know about the rest of you, but I am sick of listening to people talk about how the movie Hoosiers is similar to Butler's run to the Final Four. I mean the comparison is not hard to make...

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  17. Ex-UCLA Coach Steve Lavin Takes Over Men's Basketball at St. John's

    After many unsuccessful attempts at finding a head coach, St. John's athletic director Chris Monasch finally got the job done...

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  18. MLB 2010: Why the New York Mets Are in Desperate Need of a Hot Start

    For any baseball fan, there is no better time of year. The sun has finally broke through, spring training is in its final days, and it's time to play ball...

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  19. NCAA Tournament: Cornell's Poor Shooting Leads to Sweet 16 Demise Vs. Kentucky

    It was a bad night at the Carrier Dome this evening. With fans stacked to the rafters in the bloated arena, Cornell could not get the job done, leaving many upset hopefuls gravely saddened...

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  20. Fordham Basketball Hires Former Hofstra Coach Tom Pecora

    It has been a tough two years for the Rose Hill faithful. Fordham has been able to boast just five wins over the past two years, and have been unable to find that winning factor. Well, today marks a new beginning in the East Bronx...

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  21. NCAA Tournament: Cornell Takes on Kentucky in David vs. Goliath Matchup

    What a magical ride it has been for the Cornell Big Red. They have done the unthinkable by beating two of the most prominent college basketball programs of the 2010 season. And they did it pretty easily...

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  22. NCAA Tournament: Why Northern Iowa vs. Cornell Is a Possible Final

    I know you may look at this headline, and you may think that it is crazy, and that both of the teams mentioned have had nice runs, but it's time for the Syracuse's and the Kentucky's of the college basketball world to step up to their rightful platform...

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  23. NCAA Tournament; Cornell Wins, and Why They Will Be Dancing Till The End

    When you look at a group like Jeff Foote, Louis Dale, and Ryan Wittman, you see a talented group of players. You see a core. You see a team. Cornell may not play the toughest league schedule, but their opponent doesn't change by the game...

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  24. Live Blog of Cornell vs. Wisconsin, March 21

    2:55 p.m; After a 2:50 p.m. tip off, Cornell has come out firing, they lead 6-0. Four points are coming from senior Ryan Wittman. 2:57 p.m; Cornell is 4/4; lead 8-0 on Jon Jacques jumper...

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  25. NCAA Tournament: Cornell Plays Wisconsin in Enticing Second Round Game

    Going into Thursday's game against No. 5 seed Temple, the Cornell basketball program had never won an NCAA tournament game. Heck, even the Ivy Leagues hadn't won a game since 1998...

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