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Mets Fan Sneaks Onto Field After Santana’s No-Hitter


It’s game one of the 2010 NLCS, there’s two outs in the top of the ninth, Reds second basemen Brandon Phillips hits a swinging bunt fielded by Phillies catcher Carlos Ruiz who throws to first base and gives Roy Halladay the first no hitter in Phillies playoff history.

If made available in an auction as a […]

Stadium WIFI, Pro Bowl Highlight Owners Meetings

As most Eagles fans who are also fantasy geeks have found out, once you get into the stadium it’s a crap shoot getting reception to check your fantasy scores during T.V. timeouts. Some fans may even have friends who prefer to watch an Eagles’ game at their house rather than the Linc, in order to […]

Eagles Season Will Come Down To Andy Reid And Michael Vick

Like it or not the greatness in the NFL is judged by a team’s performance in close games. In Philadelphia this is especially true.  The main reason the Eagles have been in the hunt but lack a Super Bowl ring throughout the Andy Reid era is directly related to the team’s performance in the close […]

Loss Of Chase Utley Not The End Of The World

I can’t help but notice the plethora of Phillies fans freaking out over the Chase Utley injury as if this was the start of the 2009 season, not the 2012 season. The loss seems big when fans hear the name “Chase Utley,” but is the loss of Utley cause for fans to run around with […]

Drexel Gets Snubbed In Favor Of Iona

The Drexel Dragons (27-6) were snubbed in favor of the Iona Gaels (25-7) for the final spot in the NCAA’s field of 68 on Sunday night.
Due to the lack of strength in Drexel’s non-conference schedule the selection committee felt Iona was a more deserving team for a tournament bid. The Dragons non-conference strength of schedule was […]

UMass Stuns The 21st Ranked Temple Owls

UMass gave the Temple Owls their own version of an early A-10 exit, with a 77-71 defeat of Temple knocking the Owl’s out of the A-10 tournament after only one game.
UMass opened the second half on a 15-0 run, led by Jesse Morgan who finished with 21 points and Chazz Williams who finished with 20. […]

Jeff Lurie A Risk Taker? Prove It And Sign Manning

At his January “I am going to fire Reid…NOT!” press conference Philadelphia Eagles owner Jeffery Lurie informed the media and the fans that he considers himself to be a risk taker. He also has informed the fans multiple times during the past few seasons that the Eagles are “all in,” if that is true wouldn’t […]

Drexel’s Win Streak Snapped; Now On The Bubble

A 16-point halftime deficit proved to be too big of a mountain for the Drexel Dragons to climb as they fall to Virginia Commonwealth in the CAA Championship game 59-56.
The Dragons were able to mount a comeback in the second half led by freshman Damion Lee’s 20 points, and had a chance to tie it […]

Temple Wins An Overtime Thriller; Dunphy Not A Fan Of Senior Night?


The Temple Owls were able to send their seniors off with a thrilling overtime win thanks in part to senior Michael Eric’s 19 points and 15 rebounds as Temple topped UMass 90-88 on senior night.
It seemed with two minutes to play in the second half, the Owls up ten points, were about to clinch the […]

Coach: No Truth Goodman Goes To Temple If In Big East: Still Wide Open

Last week the Philadelphia Inquirer reported Constitution High School forward and blue-chip prospect Savon Goodman would choose Temple as his school if the Owls were to join the Big East Conference.   Constitution head basketball coach Rob Moore denies that report.  “No truth that [Goodman going to Temple] is automatic.  My point was Temple getting into […]



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