1. Boston College - Wake Forest Preview, Winner Plays For Atlantic Title

    It's simple, the winner of this one will go on to play for the ACC Atlantic division title. These teams are coming from different stories and different sides of the ball. Wake Forest came into this year with high expectations...

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  2. 2008-09 ACC Predictions

    The ACC could easily be considered one of the best college basketball conferences in the nation. The Tar Heels are the easy favorite in the ACC. The Tar Heels have the nation's best player in Tyler Hansburough...

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  3. Boston College Football: The Most Underated Team Year In, Year Out

    Last night the Boston College Eagles defeated No.20 Florida State Seminoles. It was a game where no one really gave BC a chance to win. Florida State had only lost once before on its homecoming weekend...

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  4. Jon Lester Is the Next Big-Time Pitcher in MLB

    It is now safe to put Jon Lester amongst the names of Roy Halladay, Cliff Lee, Mike Mussina, Brandon Webb, A.J. Burnett, Tim Lincecum, Roy Oswalt, and Dan Haren. The list goes on, but it is still a very select list...

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  5. Is Chris Crane Beginning to Make a Name at Boston College?

    Chris Crane led a game-winning drive in the final minute at NC State on Saturday. It was a 13-yard rush with 22.8 seconds remaining that won the game. His touchdown capped a career game for the fifth-year senior...

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  6. Red Sox-Angels: ALDS Preview

    Wednesday will mark the third time these two teams have met in the ALDS since 2004. In 2004, the Red Sox swept the Angels on their way to winning the World Series for the first time since 1918...

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  7. Boston Red Sox: Key Reserves for the Play off Stretch

    A vital part to a deep play off run in Major League Baseball is having solid reserves off the bench, who can steal bases, hit a home run in one swing, or catch the ball well. The Red Sox have a very deep bench this year heading into the 2008 MLB playoffs.

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  8. NFL Week 3 Picks

    Let's cut right to the chase and pick the 1 o'clock games. KC-ATL Atlanta Matt Ryan leads the charge. He will build some confidence against this weak KC secondary...

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  9. Boston Red Sox Miscellany: Prospects and MVP Talk

    The 2008 Boston Red Sox have had many great surprises and many disappointments. The Red Sox farm system has come up big for Boston, and some of the free agent pickups have been let downs. Jason Varitek had a subpar year for his standards...

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  10. MLB Playoff Picks: Early Bird

    Last season, people were in belief that the Indians would win it all, especially after going up 3-1 against the Boston Red Sox, but we all know how that story ended. Last season, the Red Sox swept away the L...

    JB McCandles Written by JB McCandles about almost 6 years ago 560 reads 3 comments

  11. Boston Red Sox Prospects Report: Utility Infield

    Alex Cora is the ideal utility infield bench player, but his contract is up at the end of the year and the Red Sox will most likely not bring him back...

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  12. Boston Red Sox Prospects Report: Short Stop

    The Boston Red Sox may have found their future short stop in Jed Lowrie, but he is still very unproven at the major league level and he needs to improve many skills. The Red Sox still have a lot of talent in the minors at short...

    JB McCandles Written by JB McCandles about almost 6 years ago 461 reads 0 comments

  13. Boston Red Sox Prospects Report: Third Base

    With Mike Lowell signed through 2010 the Red Sox are beginning to look at their farm system for a future star. 2010 could be Lowell's final season. His career could possibly end even earlier with the injuries he has faced the past year...

    JB McCandles Written by JB McCandles about almost 6 years ago 309 reads 0 comments

  14. Boston Red Sox Prospect Report: Second Base

    The Boston Red Sox are pretty much set at second base for the next 15 years or for how ever long Dustin Pedrioa is playing major league baseball...

    JB McCandles Written by JB McCandles about almost 6 years ago 381 reads 0 comments

  15. Boston Red Sox Prospect Report: First Base

    It is safe to say that the Boston Red Sox are set for the next 5 to 10 years at first base with Kevin Youkilis. Youkilis is the stereotypical Red Sox...

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  16. Boston Red Sox Prospect Report: Catchers

    Jason Varitek has done alot in his time with Boston, but as Varitek ages the Red Sox will have to begin looking for a new catcher within their own system. They will also have to test a thin market of catchers...

    JB McCandles Written by JB McCandles about almost 6 years ago 354 reads 0 comments

  17. Boston Red Sox Prospect Report: Introduction

    Over the past couple of years, the talent that the Boston Red Sox have produced through their farm system has been great. Jonathon Papelbon, Jed Lowrie, Dustin Pedroia, Kevin Youkilis, Justin Masterson, Jacoby Ellsbury, Manny Delcarmen, and Jon Lester...

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  18. Can Adrian Peterson Rush for 2000 Yards?

    Is it possible to rush for 2,000 yards in a 16 game NFL season? Well, we will know in January. If anyone can do it, it will be Peterson. He rushed for 1,600 yards as a rookie last season. Through 2 games Peterson has rushed for a total of 263 yards...

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  19. AL MVP: The Redefinition

    2008 has brought many surprises to the table, and the AL MVP is one of them. This season, the AL MVP race doesn't include some of the big names that we expected to hear about, as it doesn't include David Ortiz or Alex Rodriguez...

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  20. Jed Lowrie and Justin Masterson: The Next Big Names for the Boston Red Sox?

    Jed Lowrie is one of many great players in the past four or five years to come out of the Boston farm system...

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  21. Miami's Matchup Against Florida Could Be the Springboard to a New Beginning

    The Miami Hurricanes have always been one of the top teams in the nation, year in and year out. However, the past two seasons have been huge disappointments. It isn't only the results for Miami that have hurt...

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  22. Boston College-Georgia Tech: Preview

    Boston College will host Georgia Tech this Saturday, Sept. 6. Last year BC defeated Georgia Tech in a game where the Heisman candidacy of Matt Ryan was born. Many picked Georgia Tech to win the match up last year in Atlanta, but BC had different plans...

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  23. Why Clemson Won't Win the ACC Anytime Soon

    To play for Clemson is an honor. Only the best of the best play for Clemson. The creme de la creme of high school football players attend Clemson...

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  24. Will the Boston Red Sox Catch the Tampa Bay Rays?

    Can the Boston Red Sox catch the Tampa Rays? Wait, who said that? That's right, heading into the final month of the season, the Tampa Rays hold a five-game lead over the 2007 World Series Champs...

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  25. Life Without Matt Ryan: Can Boston College Handle Kent State Saturday?

    Boston College begins life with out Matt Ryan Saturday night, but it's more than just Ryan. BC lost fellow NFL first-rounder Gosder Cherilus at left tackle, cornerback DeJuan Tribble, and safety Jamie Silva...

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