1. New York Jets: Ranking the Most Important Wins in Jets History

    Sure, the Jets have won only one Super Bowl in their history, and no, us Jets fans don't need any reminding of that...

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  2. New York Jets: Ranking the Teams Jets Fans Love to Hate the Most

    We are Jets fans. We're loud, brash and relatively unrefined. We are at the receiving end of the rest of the league's criticisms, but we also know how to dish them out (usually with four-letter words)...

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  3. Broadway Bozos: Ranking the 10 Worst Quarterbacks in New York Jets History

    The AFC championship game. That's all that Mark Sanchez , the strong-armed boy wonder from Southern Cal, knows from his two seasons as the starting quarterback of the New York Jets ...

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  4. A-10 Basketball: GW Welcomes Mike Lonergan to Foggy Bottom to Revive Colonials

    The Washington Post is reporting that former University of Vermont head coach Mike Lonergan has been hired by George Washington to coach their men's basketball team...

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  5. New York Jets: With the Drafting of Bilal Powell, Will Joe McKnight Play CB?

    With the 126th overall pick in the NFL Draft 2011, the New York Jets selected running back Bilal Powell out of Louisville...

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  6. Gary Williams to Announce Retirement: 5 Possible Replacements for Maryland

    After 22 seasons at the top of his game, Gary Williams is making it official today by announcing his retirement from the head coaching position at the University of Maryland—his alma mater...

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  7. NBA Playoffs 2011: The Most Interestingly Tattooed Player from Each Playoff Team

    Free throw percentage, points off the bench, starting off on the road... There are enough things for fans of playoff-bound teams to worry about this weekend...

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  8. NBA Playoffs 2011: Possible Unsung Heroes for Each Eastern Conference Team

    While there are many things still up in the air about this weekend's upcoming NBA playoff matchups, one thing's for sure: The East is the Beast (sorry, Kobe). Wade, Rose, James, Carmelo, Howard; the list goes on...

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  9. New York Yankees: Which One of the 'Killer B's' Will Pitch in the Bronx First?

    As Opening Day anxiety continues to mount, the New York Yankees are still in somewhat of a mini-crisis on the pitching mound, as they are yet to name a formidable five-man rotation...

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  10. NCAA Bracket 2011: Ranking the 5 Best First-Round Games To Watch

    As if the excitement for this year's NCAA tournament wasn't already brewing, UNC Asheville kicked things off on Tuesday night with a memorable OT win over Arkansas-Little Rock, giving them a shot to match up against No...

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  11. Jersey Strong: No. 2 St. Anthony Downs No. 1 St. Patrick in State Championship

    For anyone hating on New Jersey, listen up. It can be argued that throughout the history of high school basketball, other states have produced better teams and better players...

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  12. Rutgers Basketball: 5 Reasons Rutgers Will Soon Become a Contender in Big East

    No, I'm not drinking the Kool-Aid. Yes, the Scarlet Knights were a blown call away from upsetting St. John's in the second round of the Big East tournament and moving on to the quarterfinal round...

    No Name Written by No Name about over 3 years ago 1,754 reads 4 comments

  13. New York vs. Memphis: How Important Could Roger Mason Jr. Be Down the Stretch?

    While there were a lot of positives to take away from the New York Knicks ' dramatic 110-108 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies on Wednesday night, there were also a lot of negatives...

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  14. Thinking Big: Top 10 Cities That Should Host an NBA Franchise

    Although the golden years of the NBA might be over, the rise of the super team has helped elevate the game back to new heights...

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  15. Beyond the Hype: The 10 Most Underrated New York Knicks

    Here in New York, we live for the big names. Glancing up at the Madison Square Garden rafters is a history lesson in itself. Patrick Ewing, Willis Reed, Earl Monroe, Walt Frazier and the names go on...

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  16. St. John's vs. Seton Hall: Brick City Brawl as No. 15 Red Storm Come into Newark

    Steve Lavin's first season as head coach of the St. John's Red Storm has been nothing short of spectacular...

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  17. GM Alert: Bob Sanders Really Worth It or Are the Jets Becoming the New Redskins?

    On the surface, the news that the New York Jets are working out 2007 Defensive Player of the Year Bob Sanders looks like nothing more than a routine business move by Jets GM Mike Tannenbaum...

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  18. Class Act: Could Chauncey Billups Be Any More Professional About Trade to New York Knicks?

    The last three days have been quite hectic in New York. We've concerned ourselves with everything from what number Carmelo Anthony would potentially wear (It was No...

    No Name Written by No Name about over 3 years ago 1,047 reads 5 comments

  19. "And at Forward, From Syracuse University..." 5 Things To Watch For Tonight

    After finally being introduced to the New York media this afternoon (and to its most famous delicatessen as well), Carmelo Anthony will don the Knickerbocker uniform for the very first ...

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  20. Carmelo Anthony Trade: New Knicks Star Takes the Garden Floor Tonight vs. Bucks

    It's impossible to fathom that with all the media buzz over the last 48 hours regarding All-Star Carmelo Anthony's latest move to the New York Knicks, he has not even played his first game as a Knickerbocker...

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  21. Now That The Saga Is Over, Let's Get to Business: What Number Will Melo Wear?

    My phone started buzzing off the hook at exactly 10:39 PM EST. There were messages as simple as, "Woo, Melo's coming to town!!!" and as intricate as well, I'll refrain since this is a family-friendly website...

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  22. Carmelo Anthony Finally a Knick: Where Does New York Go from Here?

    There's a brand-new car parked outside Madison Square Garden tonight. It's shiny and new and fully equipped with that brand-new car smell...

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  23. Dear Isiah Thomas: Forget About Knicks, Worry About Your Job At FIU

    Isiah Thomas cannot stay out of the news. He has Knicks owner Jim Dolan's ear, with some reports claiming Dolan values his opinion over that of Donnie Walsh's, the only man of the two actually on the Knicks payroll...

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  24. George Washington Athletic Director Jack Kvancz to Step Down

    In an unexpected turn of events, George Washington University Athletic Director Jack Kvancz announced late Thursday evening that he would be stepping down from his position in June...

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  25. Red Storm Rising: Why the Return of St. John's Is Good for NYC and the Big East

    When Steve Lavin took the head coaching job at St. John's in March of last year, that alone should have have been a red flag...

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