1. Wake Forest Looks to Keep the Winning Ways

    After going to a bowl game for the third consecutive season for the first time in school history, the Demon Deacons are set to be a force in the ACC again...

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  2. Wolfpack Ready To Kickoff Another Football Season

    The Wolfpack are set to start the college football season on Sept. 3 at home against Steve Spurrier’s South Carolina Gamecocks...

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  3. The Tar Heels Are on the Rise

    A perennial powerhouse in basketball, North Carolina is now a force in ACC football. With another top recruiting class and a more than manageable schedule, the Tar Heels will have ...

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  4. Will the Blue Devils Ever Be Important?

    Another college football season is upon us and the question on nobody’s mind is: How are the Blue Devils going to do this season? After years of low expectations and lower results, Duke ...

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  5. New Jersey Devils Are Flying Into the Break

    The All-Star break is coming at the worst time for the Devils as they are playing some of their best hockey of the season...

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  6. Detroit Tigers Still Looking for Established Closer

    Can this really be happening? Are the Tigers really going to start the 2009 season with Fernando Rodney as their closer? Detroit has done nothing to improve its deplorable bullpen that cost them countless games in 2008 during the off-season...

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  7. Devil Hockey Overcomes Injuries

    This was not the way it was supposed to go. The Devils were supposed to be exposed after the loss of their hall of fame bound goaltender, Martin Brodeur. When Brodeur went down earlier this season, the rest of his teammates were left to pick up the slack

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