1. Eric Mangini Fired Just Hours After Season Ends: Where Do the Jets Turn Now?

    He was the Bill Belichick protege. He was then the Mangenius. Now he's unemployed. The New York Jets fired head coach Eric Mangini just hours after their season came to an end at the hands of the Miami Dolphins...

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  2. Collapse Complete: New York Jets Fall to Pennington, Dolphins; Miss Playoffs

    The final chapter of the Jets season was "Penned" (pun intended) at the hands of former quarterback Chad Pennington and the Miami Dolphins, who came into the Meadowlands and defeated ...

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  3. Eric Devendorf Given Community Service; Can Return to Syracuse Spring Semester

    The Syracuse University appeals board assigned to determine the fate of junior guard Eric Devendorf has ruled that Devendorf can "petition to be readmitted for the spring 2009 semester," under the condition he completes 40 hours of community service...

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  4. New York Mets: The Pen Is Mightier in 2009

    Prior to the start of the 2008 season, Carlos Beltran declared his ballclub the "team to beat" following their epic collapse at the end of the 2007 season, when his Mets coughed up a seven-game lead with 17 games to play...

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  5. Amidst Stephon Marbury Drama, Knicks Can't Be Taken Seriously

    I wonder if soon to be exiled Knicks point guard Stephon Marbury is auditioning for a spot on a realty game show...

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  6. A New York Sports Fan's 10 Things to Be Thankful for in 2008

    A happy and healthy Thanksgiving to everyone out there. On this day of thanks, I thought it would be fun to list the 10 things I've been thankful for in 2008 when it comes to New York sports...

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  7. Jets Will Only Go As "Favre" As Brett Takes Them

    If it appears as though I, like many members of the actual media, have been paying an uncomfortably large amount time covering Brett Favre, that's because we are. And I, like it would seem most of the media, have legitimate man-crushes on Brett...

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  8. Don't Forget Us: Syracuse Making Strong Early Case in Competitive Big East

    With back to back wins against top 25 teams Florida and Kansas, Syracuse put the rest of the country, and particularly their own conference, on notice...

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  9. New York, New York: Center of the Football World

    Nov. 24, 2008 "It's up to you, New York, New York." Those lyrics from the classic Sinatra song couldn't be more fitting for a city that has both if its football teams controlling their own destiny as they move closer and closer towards postseason berths..

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  10. Favre Giving Jets Fans Reason to Believe

    11/24/08 Remember way back when, when Brett Favre was too old, too washed up, too prone to turnovers, and too attached to Green Bay to make a difference in New York? Remember all ...

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  11. Jets-Titans: Perfect They're Not, Favre, Jets Deal Titans First Loss

    Nov. 23, 2008 For a second consecutive week, Brett Favre and the New York Jets went on the road and defeated a team they weren't supposed to...

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  12. Amid Trades, Stephon Marbury Is Still the Story In New York

    11/22/08 You have to give Stephon Marbury a lot of credit. Despite two trades made by President Donnie Walsh, neither of which he was a part of, Marbury found himself on the Knicks roster, in uniform and (shocker) making headlines...

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  13. Royal Flush: Knicks Fit to be 'King' Following Pair of Trades

    A wild day of wheeling and dealing by president Donnie Walsh leaves Knicks fans salivating at the chance of landing a big free-agent haul in the summer of 2010...

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  14. They're No Pat-Sies: Jets Win Thriller In Foxborough

    Piece of cake. The Jets 34-31 win in New England last night was anything but, as head coach Eric Mangini saw his team collapse twice, first blowing a 24-6 first half lead followed by a fourth ...

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  15. Giants Among Men: New York Giants Showing Super Season Was for Real

    Nov. 13, 2008 If you haven't been sold by now on the New York Giants, there isn't much else they can do to sell you on the fact that their magical run at the end of the 2007 season was no fluke...

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  16. 2008-2009 Syracuse Orange Men's Basketball Season Preview

    Season Preview If you've spent the last four years in Syracuse, as I have, then you're aware of how disappointing the two major sports have been...

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  17. Time to "Bury" This Issue Once and for All: Knicks Must Drop Stephon Marbury

    Enough is enough. I'm not as anti-Stephon Marbury as your average Knicks fan, and I even argued a week ago he should have been starting over Chris Duhon...

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  18. My Fellow Mets Fans: Like It or Not, We Got Nothing on Philly

    I would like to take this opportunity to speak out to Mets fans everywhere. Last night was probably difficult for a lot of you, having our division rivals claim their first championship in 28 years...

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  19. 'Stephing' Stones: Forward For Knicks With Win, Backwards For Marbury With Snub

    10/30/08 It was in with the new and out with the old last night at the World's most famous arena, as Mike D'Antoni was rewarded with a victory in his first game as head coach of the New York Knicks...

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  20. 2008-2009 NBA Preview and Predictions

    10/28/08 I'll preface this post by stating I openly admit to having little to no confidence in my predictions, nor do I claim to have any professional experience in making them. I read the previews out there, I listen to talk radio and I use the old gut

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  21. Selig Makes Correct Call In Suspending Game; Season Needs To Be Shortened

    For the first time in the history of Major League Baseball, a World Series was suspended, as Game Five between the Phillies and Rays, tied at two in the middle of the sixth inning, was put on hold...

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  22. Shame On 'Ew': Knicks Cut Ewing Jr.

    10/27/08 The Knicks management, regardless of who is running the show, never ceases to amaze when it comes to their seemingly mindless decision making. The team announced this afternoon that it was cutting Patrick Ewing Jr...

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  23. Eli Manning is "Man(ning)" of Steel; Gets Better of "Big" Ben Roethlisberger

    10/26/08 I don't usually like anointing anybody. However, when it comes judging who the best quarterback from the 2004 draft class is, Eli Manning has again proven why he deserves the recognition as the class of that draft...

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  24. Favre, Jets Win Despite For-Brett-Able Performance

    The expression "it doesn't matter how you win" falls on deaf ears following the Jets' 28-24 win this afternoon, as the team will head to Buffalo with as many question marks surrounding themselves, ...

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  25. New Season, New Coach, Same Old Story In New York

    10/23/08 Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 st1\:*{behavior:url(#ieooui) } From the 'where have you heard this before' department, the ...

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