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NCAA Tournament Game Capsules for March 22

(Sunday, March 22) Final Score: Duke 68, San Diego State 49 Charlotte, NC (SportsNetwork.com) – Jahlil Okafor scored 26 points with six rebounds as top-seeded Duke crushed eight-seeded San Diego State, 68-49, in a third round matchup of the South Region of the NCAA Tournament. Quinn Cook scored 15 points with five boards and Justise Winslow added 13 points, 12 ... Read More »

NCAA Tournament Game Capsules for March 19

(Thursday, March 19) Final Score: Notre Dame 69, Northeastern 65 Pittsburgh, PA (SportsNetwork.com) – The first game in the second round of the NCAA Tournament nearly produced a major upset. Notre Dame, entering as a conference tournament champion for the first time in its history after winning the ACC title, had to survive against the Colonial Athletic champions from Northeastern, ... Read More »

Boeheim to retire in three years; Gross out as Syracuse AD

Syracuse, NY (SportsNetwork.com) – Syracuse men’s basketball coach Jim Boeheim will retire in three years, the university said Wednesday. In addition, athletic director Daryl Gross will leave his position immediately. The decisions came less than two weeks after the NCAA announced penalties against the athletic department, most notably the basketball program, for violations that included academic misconduct, extra benefits, the ... Read More »

UPW March Meltdown Full Results 3/14 from Rochester, NY

The Eagles Club in Rochester, New York was the site for UPW’s March Meltdown 2015 The night was highlighted by the crowning of new tag champs, the opening round of a tournament to crown a new No Limits Champion, and war waged once again with the UPW Heavyweight Title at stake. Here’s a recap of all the action. Showcase matches: ... Read More »

Go east, young man, go east…and Yokoso!

By Mickey Charles, Roz Charles / Travel Editor, Photojournalist Philadelphia, PA – And make it a point to bring your family with you, those old enough to appreciate a trip such as this one. That is a phrase attributable to Horace Greeley, the great American journalist and political figure of another age, about going east if you are young and ... Read More »

Injuries again dominating MLB camps

By Chris Ruddick We are almost a month into spring training and just like last year, the prevailing story has been the rash of injuries, especially among big-time pitchers. Texas ace Yu Darvish has a torn elbow ligament and will likely need season- ending surgery, while Philadelphia left-hander Cliff Lee has a torn flexor tendon in his elbow and will ... Read More »

Giants extend Coughlin through 2016

East Rutherford, NJ (SportsNetwork.com) – The New York Giants announced that head coach Tom Coughlin’s contract has been extended by one year through the 2016 season. Coughlin, the second-longest tenured head coach in team history, is entering his 12th season with New York. Behind New England’s Bill Belichick and Cincinnati’s Marvin Lewis, Coughlin’s tenure with the Giants is the third- ... Read More »

Yankees Quick Hits by Bryan Revello

3/7/15 Reiterating comments that he made during Jeter’s final weekend as an active player last September, GM Brian Cashman said Thursday that he has zero interest in issuing the title of Yankee captain to anyone in the foreseeable future. He even went as far to say that Jeter should be the last captain in franchise history. While I love Derek ... Read More »

Rex Ryan foreshadows his plan in Buffalo

By John McMullen There are quite a few NFL teams who need a quarterback but this is not the year to find one. The free-agent market is headlined by names like Mark Sanchez and Jake Locker, while the draft has only two signal callers with first-round grades (Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota), and one of them is regarded as more ... Read More »