1. 2008 Year in Review: Greatest Moments of the Past Year in Sports

    2008 was a great year to be a sports fan. The Summer Olympics in Beijing, an undefeated NFL regular season, NBA Finals dream matchup, and a great NCAA basketball tournament are just a few of the highlights from this past year...

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  2. Philadelphia 76ers' All Time Starting Five

    As our 76ers struggle presently, I decided to take a look back at the glory days and make a list of the best players in 76ers' history...

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  3. Elton Brand Out for a Month With a Shoulder Injury

    The 76ers' star Elton Brand will be out for a month after suffering a dislocated shoulder. The injury is a fracture and a tear in the right shoulder. Luckily for the Sixers and Brand, it will not require surgery...

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  4. 76ers-Bucks: Philadelphia Mounts a Comeback, Improves to 2-0 under Tony DiLeo

    The 76ers beat the Milwaukee Bucks on Wednesday night, 93-88. The 76ers outscored the Bucks 26-15 in the fourth quarter to come back and win their second game with new coach Tony DiLeo at the helm...

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  5. Tony DiLeo Promises a Return to Fast-Paced Basketball as 76ers' New Head Coach

    Last season, the 76ers made the playoffs by running the floor, getting fast break buckets, and playing tight defense. The team recovered from an 18-30 start to make the playoffs and played a good first round series against the Detroit Pistons...

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  6. AFC Pro Bowl Quarterbacks: Brett Favre Makes It Over Chad Pennington

    The Pro Bowl rosters were announced Tuesday, despite the vote only reflecting 13 of the 16 games in the regular season. Therefore this year's Pro Bowler can be referred to as the "Players Who Played Exceedingly Well in 81 Percent of the Games"...

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  7. NFL Week 15: Stats and Trends

    1. The Miami Dolphins have not allowed a touchdown in three consecutive weeks. They have let up 12, three, and nine points in those three weeks. 2. New England Patriot running backs combined for a 7...

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  8. Orange Opinions: Where Does the Eric Devendorf Situation Leave Syracuse?

    Welcome to the first edition of Orange Opinions. This week’s participants were Jameson Fleming and Adam Fier. One of the main issues surrounding Syracuse Hoops this season has been the controversy swirling around Eric Devendorf...

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  9. 2008 Year in Review: Remembering Those That Left Us

    As 2008 draws to a close, the time has come to remember those that passed away this year. Obviously, this is not a comprehensive list, but it's meant to honor the memory of a few and commemorate their respective impacts on the sports world...

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  10. College Basketball Power 10: Week 4

    1. North Carolina- North Carolina has proved they are the best team in the country with blowout wins against Notre Dame and Michigan State. They are averaging 97 points per game and are led by reigning Player of the Year, Tyler Hansbrough...

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  11. Inside the Numbers: Why Former Top Running Backs Have Struggled This Season

    The downfall of runners like LaDainian Tomlinson and Larry Johnson have led some people to wonder how they went from the best runners in the game to average running backs in such a short amount of time...

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  12. Chad Pennington's Turnaround Helps Ignite Miami Dolphins

    Last season, Chad Pennington was fighting with Kellen Clemens for the starting job on a terrible Jets team. This season, he is the main reason last year’s 1-15 Dolphins are riding high this season...

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  13. A Look Back At the 2005 NFL Draft: Positional Players

    Scouts say that it takes about three years in the NFL before you can really see what direction a player's career will take in the league...

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  14. The All-NFL Disappointment Team

    Every year, some players come into the season with huge expectations. Some of those players meet or exceed the expectations, and some come nowhere close...

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  15. Top 10 NFL Touchdown Celebrations of All Time

    Before the NFL changed its name from the National Football League to the No Fun League, we all had fun watching players celebrate after scoring touchdowns. Of course, there are the legendary Lambeau Leap and Deion Sanders' High-Step...

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  16. Ball State Declines Invitation to Humanitarian Bowl

    The Ball State Cardinals, the 12-0 Mid-American Conference champions, denied their invitation to play in the Humanitarian Bowl.The game would be against 12-0 Boise State, the Western Athletic Conference champions...

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  17. College Basketball Power 10 Week 3

    1. North Carolina - A 98-63 victory over Michigan State eliminated any doubt in my mind that UNC is the best team in the country. Their other quality wins (or should I say blowouts) are 102-87 over Notre Dame and 77-58 over Kentucky...

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  18. NBA Players Who Should Not Consider a Career in Modeling

    This is a sequel to the NFL article I wrote recently on the same topic. The NFL players are lucky because while they get to hide under their helmet, NBA players are forced to be out in the open while they play...

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  19. Ladies and Gentlemen: The New and Improved NBA All-Star Weekend

    In recent years, the NBA All-Star weekend has just not been fun to watch. That is why I have three additions which will spice things up for this year. Take it or leave it David Stern, but these three will definitely attract viewers and boost ratings...

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  20. 10 Thoughts About the Young Big East Basketball Season

    1. Louisville looks vulnerable. Louisville lost to Western Kentucky 68-54 in a game in which the rebuilding Hilltoppers handled Samardo Samuels...

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  21. NFL Players Who Should Not Consider a Modeling Career

    In the NFL, players are usually seen with their helmets on. Many people do not even know what their favorite players look like in person, but only identify them by their number or the way they play on the field...

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  22. Non-Division-One Players Make a Splash in the NFL

    Many people assume that you need to come from a big football factory school to have success in the NFL. But many of today's best went to college at a FBS (formerly known as Division I-AA) or Division II schools...

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  23. Patriot League Basketball Preview: American Hopes To Repeat Championship

    In a small conference such as the Patriot League, the reality is that only one team can make the NCAA tournament. Started up in 1990 (formerly the Colonial League), Patriot League teams have only won tournament games twice...

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  24. Is It Time For Divisional Realignment In The NFL?

    This season there are three divisions that are contenders for the title of "Worst Division of All Time". They are the NFC North, NFC West, and the AFC West...

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  25. College Basketball Power 10

    Welcome to the first edition of the College Basketball Power 10. (Bold signifies a team is moving up; italics signifies a team moving down) 1. North Carolina Tyler Hansbrough scored 34 to help UNC handily beat a solid Notre Dame team...

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