1. Time for a Break: NBA All-Star Weekend

    With the All-Star break upon us, is anyone else a tad nervous about the NBA stars carousing the streets of N’Awlins this weekend?After the professional hoopsters dispelled the theory that ...

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  2. NCAA Basketball Top Point Guards

    With March just a couple of weeks away, it's time to start sorting out who are the best teams on the college hoops landscape. One indicator of team play is point guard play. Here’s my list of top five point guards in the country...

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  3. NCAA Hoops is Living Up To Its Maddening Reputation

    February is living up to its reputation here in the northeast. Single digit temperatures combined with forty mile per hour gusts have denizens shivering...

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  4. New England Patriots: The Day Perfection Died

    Was it just a week ago I can still remember How those Patriots went for perfection With publishers set to tell the tale Big Blue seemed sure to fail Belichick would get satisfaction ...

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  5. Derek Jeter, Sidney Crosby, Tyler Hansbrough: Respect Your Opponent

    Watch enough sports and eventually you’ll develop a real distaste for the opponent.Whether it’s the guy you dread to see walking to the plate or the one who fills the net all too ...

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  6. Super Bowl: The Giants, St. Jude, and Casey

    I’m not gonna lie. I gave the New York Giants very little chance of defeating the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLII.With that in mind, I turned to St. Jude (my Catholicism only occasionally appears on the Clipboard)...

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  7. Super Bowl Sunday: The Unofficial Holiday

    As I wrestled through the aisles of my local Fortune 500 grocers, I was reminded how today is the most holiday-like of non-holidays. Usually Sunday-morning grocery shopping is a rather tranquil affair...

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  8. Jim Thorpe: An American Legend

    The National Football League will grab its fair share of headlines this weekend. Yesterday, the league announced the 2008 Hall of Fame class. Today the New York Giants and New England Patriots will compete for Super Bowl XLII...

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  9. Duke-Maryland: Now That’s A Statement Game!

    I don’t care that it is only the end of January.I don’t care that Maryland was .500 in the ACC.I don’t care that Maryland is unranked.Duke’s victory last night over the Terrapins, 93-84, was a statement game...

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  10. It’s The End of the World as We Know It

    That’s great. It starts with a loss of JakeCleveland, on the make.It’s Progressive for God’s sake!Eye of a DjokovicDown goes Federer – so long Rafael – hello TsongaFeeding ...

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  11. I'd Like To Report A Crime!

    Hello. 9-1-1? Hi. Yes, I...uh...I’d like to report a crime. Name? Casey. Casey from Casey’s Clipboard. Address? Uh…ccww.wordpress.com. Everyone knows it. About the crime…Huh? Imminent danger? Uh...

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  12. Conference Play the Remedy for Complacency in College Hoops, NBA

    Anyone concerned that the College Hoops season was beginning to become predictable need not worry. Conference play offered the right dosage to ward off any complacency...

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  13. Bobby Orr’s 74-75 Season Passes the Test of Time

    In light of Tom Brady’s other-worldly accomplishments over the previous four months our friends over at ESPN.com ran a series on the greatest individual seasons in the history of sport...

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  14. Basking in the Glow of the NY Giants

    Seven plays. 71 yards, :46.Now that’s why I watch sports!I’m still shaking my head in disbelief. Possibility exists the Giants have never been that efficient on offense—not ...

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  15. Casey’s Games of the Week

    What a time of year—The NFL enters conference title weekend; NCAA Hoops has made its way into conference play; the NHL, NBA, and EPL races are all heating up. With all this activity Casey doesn’t want you to miss any key matchups...

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  16. Packers Journal Entry: Playoff Football at Lambeau Field

    Playoff football at Lambeau means more than football. Hope all enjoyed Favre and the Pack’s performance. 4:05 – Much to my surprise the game started close to the announced time. I leisurely finished watching the UCLA / Washington St...

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  17. College FB: Do Coaches Ever Find the Greener Grass?

    Here I am in Upstate New York finding myself thinking of greener grass. Maybe it’s the recent ‘heat wave’ of sorts – back-to-back 60 degree days in January (hard to argue ...

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  18. New York Giants' Coughlin Has Earned His Due

    He might have been born in Waterloo, NY, but Tom Coughlin knows a little about what the California wildfires in late October might have felt like...

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  19. Fixing College Football: Academic Standards Need to Rise to the Top

    Monday night, college football will crown its champion. In the climate-controlled comfort of the Louisiana Superdome, the Ohio State Buckeyes and Louisiana State Tigers will vie for ultimate bragging rights...

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  20. '08 Winter Classic

    Gas: $25 NYS Thruway Tolls: $3.50 Pit stop prior to arrival at parking lot: 20:00 Parking: $10 Front-row obstructed-view seat: $10 Being at ...

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  21. No Longer Undefeated: Pittsburgh Panthers Fall, Patriots Keep Rolling

    Was it a case of a holiday hangover? A letdown after knocking another team down from the ranks of the undefeated? Or did the Pitt Panthers simply overlook the Dayton Flyers?Whatever ...

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  22. McIntyre on the Wallace Watch

    Webster Yankee alum, Joe McIntyre, has earned a nomination on the Wallace Award watch list for the upcoming college baseball season. The prestigious award is given annually to the nation’s best college baseball player...

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  23. What's in a Number?

    8 to 1 - as in the ratio of touchdowns to interceptions thrown by Tom Brady.1600 - as in the amount of dollars some fans are reportedly willing to part with to see Brady’s Patriots go for 16 and 0...

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  24. Giants Make it Three in a Row

    Adding to the mounting argument of parity versus mediocrity in the NFL, the New York Giants have managed to qualify for the postseason a third consecutive year...

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