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Tom Finneran: I’m Joe Citizen and I Disapprove These Messages—We’re less than two weeks away from Election…

McGovern and Markey Visit WPI to Tour Robotics Lab—U.S. Representative Jim McGovern and U.S. Senator Ed…

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Things To Keep An Eye On In Fort Myers

After winning the offseason, the pressure is on the Boston Red Sox to perform when the real season beging in about a month and a...

DePaul’s Streak of Futility Ends in Providence

DePaul ends its 25-game Big East skid against the Friars.

Bobcats hold off Bryant

Quinnipiac raced out to an early lead Thursday and held on to hand Bryant its eight conference loss of the season. 

Major Changes at WEEI

In the battle of sports radio station in Boston, Entercom's WEEI was the first one to blink announcing major changes to its line-up.

Scott Cordischi On Sports: Pats TCB

While the entire NFL community wonders if or when a new collective bargaining deal will be hammered out between the owners and the players, the...

Celtics Mastery of Miami Continues

Even with all of the injuries, the aging Boston Celtics still showed Miami's young guns how it's done.

UConn Handles PC 75-57

9th-ranked UConn held the Friars to a season-low 57 points in their win over PC Sunday night.

Harvard Turns The Tables On Brown

The Bears dominate the first half but get dominated by Harvard in the final 20 minutes.

Bulldogs find a way in overtime win

Avenging a loss to Central Connecticut just three days ago, Bryant beat the Blue Devils, 85-80, in overtime Saturday. 

Thrilling finish lifts Rhody to victory

The Rams trailed big in the second half, but rallied to beat Charlotte in overtime Saturday on a last-second put-back. 

Young Guns Lift Brown Over Dartmouth

Tucker Halpern's 25 points helped the Bears beat the Big Green in Hanover, NH

Forgive Me Sox Fans, For I Have Sinned!

Are New Englanders all fired up for the 2011 Red Sox season or has the interest level decreased significantly, as Scott Cordischi suggests?

A Night of Celebration and Frustration at the Garden

A magical first half of basketball at the TD Garden Thursday was spoiled by Kobe Bryant and the Lakers.

Lakers spoil Allen’s big night

Kobe Bryant scored 20 points in the second half Thursday as the Lakers beat Boston on a milestone night for Ray Allen. 

Blue Devils too much for Bryant

Central Connecticut took advantage of sloppy play by Bryant in the second half Wednesday and coasted to a 71-55 win.

B’s and Habs Fight to the Finish!

Wednesday's fight-filled Bruins-Canadiens game at the Garden brought back memories of Terry O'Reilly, Stan Jonathan and the Big Bad Bruins.

Jones’ effort pushes Rhody past Dayton

The Rhode Island men's basketball withstood early haymakers by Dayton to record a hard-fought, come-from-behind win Wednesday. 

Scott Cordischi On Sports: A Dallas Disaster!

The NFL, the Dallas Cowboys, the city of Dallas and the state of Texas had ample time to prepare for Super Bowl XLV.  Unfortunately,...

Packers’ Championship Run Started In New England

Packers' QB Aaron Rodgers said, "the New England game was big for us.  I was hurt and Matt Flynn was in and we almost...

Another buzzer-beater win for Bryant

In a season that has seen no shortage of dramatic moments, Bryant won again at the buzzer Saturday to beat Saint Francis. 

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