1. Caps Force Game Seven, Thump Blueshirts

    NEW YORK --The New York Rangers were without coach John Tortorella for game six, and they could have used his leadership to close out the series at Madison Square Garden...

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  2. Tortorella Suspended for Game Six

    Sean Avery was scratched for game five after his excess penalties in games three and four of the series with the Washington Capitals, and the suspensions do not end there for the New York Rangers...

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  3. Softball Finally Gets in Win Column

    Heading into CAA play, the George Mason softball team had high expectations with a team full of young talent.Unfortunately, the team only has 15 players, with two players inactive for the remainder of the season due to injury...

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  4. Varly Blanks Blue Shirts

    It is not over yet! The Washington Capitals forced game six, defeating the New York Rangers, 4-0, Friday night at Verizon Center...

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  5. Varlamov, Caps Roll over Rangers

    NEW YORK -- Down two games to zero, the Washington Capitals were in need of a win to keep themselves alive in the series...

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  6. Bats are a Swinging

    The George Mason baseball are off to their best start in school history, and in certain polls have reached the top 25 in the nation.Currently the Patriots (30-7, 11-4 CAA) are ranked No...

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  7. Ovechkin is a Spy?

    Alexander Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals are much in need of a victory if they wish to keep their Stanley Cup dreams alive.They must win, at any cost...

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  8. Lundqvist, Rangers Blank Caps

    WASHINGTON: You must defend home ice to advance in the post-season, but the Washington Capitals were unable to bounce back from from Wednesday's 4-3 defeat, falling to New York 1-0 on Saturday afternoon at the Verizon Center...

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  9. Wright Verbals to Mason

    As long as coach Jim Larranaga has assistant Chris Caputo on his staff, Mason will always land great talent.Caputo never ceases to amaze this school, as he aided in landing Sherrod Wright, the No...

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  10. Madden Retires, Collinsworth to Replace

    For years, people have enjoyed listening to the color commentary of hall of famer John Madden on Fox and NBC...

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  11. Caps Have Goalie Problems, Down 1-0

    Jose Theodore took the blame for last night's, 4-3, defeat in game 1 of the eastern conference quarterfinals against the New York Rangers. The fans have put up with it all season and now that it is playoff time, it may be time to let Mr...

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  12. Bemidji State Makes Surprising Run to NCAA Frozen Four

    The first national championship will be presented in the nation's capital on Saturday to the winner of the Frozen Four, the NCAA hockey championship. The games will be at Verizon Center beginning at 5 p...

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  13. College Hoops In Hibernation

    So now what am I supposed to do? My favorite sport is off until October, that's just wonderful. I have been contemplating what to do until Midnight Madness in the fall.Here is what I have come up with...

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  14. Washington Capitals Can Clinch Division Tonight

    The Washington Capitals are targeting their second consecutive Southeast Division title and do not need much at all to achieve that feat...

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  15. Jay Cutler Headed to the Windy City

    Well, the saga of Jay Cutler and the Denver Broncos is officially over. Cutler was traded to the Chicago Bears yesterday, a trade Chicago thought was best considering past experiences with quarterbacks...

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  16. Mason is Puerto Rico Bound

    The Puerto Rico Tip-Off, presented by O'Reilly Auto Parts, announced the 8-team field for the 2009 in-season tournament -- Mason is one of those eight.They will be joined by some familiar foes down south...

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  17. Mason Bats and Bullpen on a Roll

    I went to my first Mason baseball game of this young season on Tuesday. I had to go to cover it for a class, but I wanted to go because our team is very talented and all I hear is good things and a bright future...

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  18. John Calipari is Bluegrass Bound

    Today and in the near future, the Memphis Tigers will be singing the blues since coach John Calipari accepted the head coach position at the University of Kentucky...

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  19. Anthony Grant Takes Over the Reigns of Alabama Basketball

    The Alabama Crimson Tide have their new head basketball coach—Anthony Grant. Grant agreed on Friday afternoon to become the first African-American head coach at Bama...

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  20. How Sweet It Is: FedEx Forum To Host Riveting NCAA Tournament Games Tonight

    Memphis will come alive tonight...and not the Memphis Tigers, who fell short last night during their time to shine. No, I am talking about the South regional of the NCAA men's basketball tournament being held at Memphis' FedExForum...

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  21. How Sweet It Is: Previewing Tonight's NCAA Tournament Midwest Games

    The brand new Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis will be the site for this year's Midwest regional games for the 2009 NCAA men's basketball tournament.Tipping off at 7:07 p.m. EST, the top-seeded Louisville Cardinals (30-5) will face the No...

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  22. NCAA Tournament: Villanova Cruises Past Duke, Reaches Elite Eight

    It was never really close, was it? Duke, the No. 2 seed in the East, was expected to win by many, but the No. 3 Villanova Wildcats had a different plan, defeating the Blue Devils 77-54 at T...

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  23. Mizzou Explodes Offensively, Defeats Memphis

    Everyone assumed that the Selection Committee put Connecticut and Memphis in the same bracket so they would meet to prove who really deserved the No. 1 seed in the West region...

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  24. Purdue-UConn: Hasheem Thabeet, Huskies Take Down Boilers

    GLENDALE, Ariz.—The Connecticut Huskies love playing in Arizona and Thursday night was no different as the top seed in the West region topped the No. 5 Purdue Boilermakers 72-60 at University of Phoenix Stadium...

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  25. Pitt Finally Breaks Through to Elite 8

    BOSTON -- Whatever Jamie Dixon said to his Pittsburgh Panthers team at half time must have worked. Down 37-29 at the break, Pitt came out of the locker room and virtually shut down the Xavier offense en route to a 60-55 victory at the T...

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