Date archive for February, 2014
Adam Henrique and Patrik Elias celebrating after Elias's empty-net goal. 
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By Sam Mines On Friday, February 28th, 2014
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Devils Come Out of Olympic Break Flying

Who is this Devils team and what did they do with the Devils of earlier this year? This New Jersey Devils team came out on fire at the Prudential Center on Thursday night, putting up three goals in under nine minutes. More...

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By Kevin Dolan On Friday, February 28th, 2014
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NCAA: Evil Empire or Necessary Rule Maker? PART 5 of 5: A Final Analyze of NCAA Bylaw 12.3

(Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images) The NCAA has been in the news in recent years for punishing players and programs for breaking bylaws, such as the no agent rule, yet they never explain what happens to the More...

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By Guy Kipp On Thursday, February 27th, 2014
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Mets First Crisis of Spring?: Niese’s ‘Dead Arm’

(AP Photo) Two days before the New York Mets’ opening spring training game against the Washington Nationals, their most likely candidate to start on the mound on Opening Day got sent back to New York. Jonathan More...

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By Kevin Dolan On Thursday, February 27th, 2014
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NCAA: Evil Empire or Necessary Rule Maker? PART 4 of 5: Coach Spurrier’s College Athlete Payment System Idea

John Sommers Ii/Getty Images Steve Spurrier, one of the most famous college football coaches of all-time, was a college star himself.  Spurrier played college football for the University of Florida, where he was More...

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By Sam Mines On Thursday, February 27th, 2014
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New Jersey Devils Olympic Roundup

The New Jersey Devils will finally be back in action on Thursday night as they skate against the Columbus Blue Jackets at the Prudential Center. However, before returning to domestic action, let’s look at what More...

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By Kevin Dolan On Wednesday, February 26th, 2014
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NCAA: Evil Empire or Necessary Rule Maker? PART 3 of 5: The NCAA vs. Terrelle Pryor

(Photo: Andrew Weber, USA TODAY Sports) Terrelle Pryor, at one time considered the one of the top high school prospects of all-time, chose to take his talents to Ohio State in 2008. In his first game at Ohio State, More...

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By Sal Soothsayer On Tuesday, February 25th, 2014
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This Revolution will not be Televised: Twitter Hashtag Getting Rutgers Football Fans Involved

The Rutgers twitter movement #CHOPNation has arrived.  What started as an idea on how to mobilize the Rutgers fan base has morphed and grown.  I had a conversation with two recent graduates of Rutgers, Jay (@JayRutgers09) More...

USC running back Reggie Bush won the 2005 Heisman Trophy. (AP Photo)
By Kevin Dolan On Tuesday, February 25th, 2014
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NCAA: Evil Empire or Necessary Rule Maker? PART 2 of 5: The NCAA vs. Reggie Bush

Reggie Bush was a two time All-American running back, National Champion and one of the most exciting college football players to take the field during his three years at USC. In 2005, he ran for an astonishing 1,740 More...

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By Kevin Dolan On Monday, February 24th, 2014
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NCAA: Evil Empire or Necessary Rule Maker? PART 1 of 5: The “Basic Purpose” of the NCAA

Division I Athletics has seen a large growth in popularity and monetarily over the last decade and a half.  This is because of the rise in talent that incoming collegiate athletes have. Today’s athletes are some More...

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By Bernadette Pasley On Sunday, February 23rd, 2014
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Lehman Eliminates Baruch in the Quarterfinals of The CUNY Basketball Championships

After a disappointing 7-18 record last year, which included only two conference wins, the Lehman College men’s basketball team has come full circle.  They beat Baruch College 68-60 on Saturday in the quarterfinals More...

Harrison's frustration with the referees and their lack of calls. 
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By Edward Kim On Saturday, February 22nd, 2014
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St. John’s Brings the Rain, but Not the Storm

The St. John’s Red Storm came out a bit slow, letting the #9/11 Villanova Wildcats get out to an 8-0 lead.   JayVaughn Pinkston (5 pts, 9 reb) seemed to be a thorn in the Johnnies’ side, as he assisted More...

Teemu Selanne celebrates after his two goals.
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By Sam Mines On Saturday, February 22nd, 2014
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Team U.S.A. Skates Home: Finland Shuts Out U.S. 5-0 to Win Bronze Medal

It’s all over for the U.S.A. men’s Olympic hockey team. An Olympic run that started out so promisingly, with four consecutive victories and 20 goals in its first four games, ended abruptly and painfully on Saturday More...