Rutgers skewers Bulls

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Coming off their best-ever season and being ranked in the preseason polls for the first time in their history, it wouldn’t have surprised anyone if the No. 12 Rutgers Scarlet Knights came out a little overconfident versus lowly University of Buffalo last night.  They quickly disproved that notion, however, crushing Buffalo 38-3 and flaunting their [&hellip
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Met Misery

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Wednesday night’s contest between the New York Mets and the Philadelphia Phillies ended on a wild play and resulted in a loss for the Mets. Yesterday afternoon, the two teams participated in an even crazier game, but the final result remained unchanged: the Phillies won 11-10 and swept the Mets in the pivotal four-game series, [&hellip
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Mets Not Halving Any Fun

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The New York Mets entered their four-game series with the second-place Philadelphia Phillies on Monday possessing a daunting six-game lead in the NL East division. Three days later, that lead has been cut in half. The Mets lost 3-2 to the Phillies last night—their third straight loss—and their frustration showed following a wild and controversial [&hellip
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Mets Lose; Lead Shrinks

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New York Mets pitcher Tom Glavine basically summed up the way everyone associated with the Blue and Orange felt after last night’s 4-2 loss to the Philadelphia Phillies. “This series certainly hasn’t started the way we wanted it,” he said. No shit, Tommy. The Mets entered this week’s series with the second-place Phillies in possession [&hellip
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Johnny On The Spot

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The New York Yankees probably won’t catch the first-place Boston Red Sox in the AL East, but last night’s 5-3 win over their archrivals at least propelled them one step closer to the playoffs. Ol’ Reliable Andy Pettitie pitched seven strong innings and improved to 6-0 this month, and Johnny Damon (pictured) snapped a 3-3 [&hellip
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Yanks’ Top Pick To Have Surgery

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The New York Yankees’ pitching staff has had more problems this year than most FEMA operations and unfortunately, the Pinstripers can add another casualty to the ever-growing list. Andrew Brackman, the Yankees’ first-round pick in the June draft, has decided to undergo Tommy John surgery after meeting with Dr. James Andrews. The 6-foot-10, flame-throwing righty [&hellip
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