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Cedric Lewis

Taking a Sneak Peak at Madden 10 Rankings 0

  • Posted by: Cedric Lewis
  • May 29, 2009, 4:23 PM

Come August 13 at 11:45 p.m., you can find hundreds of people lined up outside their local video game store, anxiously waiting for the store manager to open the doors when the clock ticks midnight and Madden NFL 10 is released.

At that point, the lines will quickly diminish and all of the Madden connoisseurs will hurry home to play the new game for the first time. This sensation is known throughout Madden Nation as “Midnight Madness.”

While the release date seems pretty far off right now, us Madden fans have something to hold us off until then: the Madden 10 player ratings. Let’s take a look…

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Alex Montag

Syracuse's Kenny Nims Rises to the Occasion 0

  • Posted by: Alex Montag
  • May 28, 2009, 2:06 PM

On Monday, more than 40,000 fans packed into Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts, to watch the biggest lacrosse game of the season. It was the 2009 NCAA National Lacrosse Championship, between the fifth-ranked Cornell and second-ranked Syracuse.

It was by far the most exciting lacrosse game I’ve ever seen. Through all of the perfectly executed plays and amazing saves, I kept thinking about the college lacrosse recruiters who assembled these teams. You know, the ones giving themselves a huge pat on the back.

A few years ago, back in 2004, Syracuse had managed to recruit three of the best high school lacrosse players in the country. All three, now seniors, had proven their talent throughout the years. But on this past Memorial Day, one player in particular, senior attackman Kenny Nims, made those recruiters very happy.

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Daniel Radov

The New, Homer-Happy Yankee Stadium 0

  • Posted by: Daniel Radov
  • May 27, 2009, 6:41 PM

The new Yankee Stadium was supposed to be all that the “House that Ruth Built” was not.

It would be more spacious (open-sighted concourses), luxurious (more than 50 suites, nearly triple the amount of the old ballpark), and easier?

With 87 home runs hit in the first 23 games, the new home of the Bronx Bombers is on pace to host 306 long balls in 2009. The single-season record for most home runs in one stadium over a season is 303 (Coors Field in 1999). The original Yankee Stadium never had more than 215.

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Jeremy Smith

Is There a Such Thing as Too Much Sports? 0

  • Posted by: Jeremy Smith
  • May 27, 2009, 1:16 PM

Exercise is best thing you can do for your body, right? Think again.

Studies have recently shown a dramatic increase in kid-related injuries. Sports Doctor Lyle Micheli recently told the Washington Post that “overuse injuries” are up 55 percent in the past decade.

What’s going on?

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Zach Parnes

The Return of Brett Favre, Part II 0

  • Posted by: Zach Parnes
  • May 26, 2009, 6:34 PM


Is Brett Favre going to unretire again?! Zach Parnes takes a look at where the future Hall of Famer might land...

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Caroline Thayer

Big Papi in a Big Slump 0

  • Posted by: Caroline Thayer
  • May 26, 2009, 12:13 PM

The master of the walk-off home run has mysteriously disappeared. The one and only David Ortiz has been in a very upsetting slump since the end of the 2008 season.

The famous Red Sox DH is currently hitting .195 and has only one home run. In 2004, the first year the Red Sox won the World Series with Ortiz, he had a .301 average and hit 41 homeruns. In 2007, another year the Sox won the Series, he hit .332 with 35 home runs. Sox fans are trying to “keep the faith,” something they have had to do several times in the past.

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Marissa McBride

NBA Conference Finals Predictions 0

  • Posted by: Marissa McBride
  • May 22, 2009, 4:45 PM

With only four teams left and the Finals approaching, things are getting a little more serious in the NBA Playoffs. LeBron, Kobe, Carmelo, and Dwight Howard are leading their teams to a possible championship appearance, and these Conference Finals are shaping up to be series to remember. Here are my predictions...

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