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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. 

Owls too much for overmatched Rams

The Rams fell behind early Saturday in a critical Atlantic-10 game at Temple and never responded in a loss to the Owls. 

Brooks Shines In Loss at Georgetown

The Big East is college basketball's best conference and it's loaded with talented players.  PC's Marshon Brooks showed, once again, on...

Cornell Beats Brown 91-79

For the second straight season, the Big Red beat the Bears with a barrage of three's.

McGonagill’s Heroics Lift Brown Over Columbia

They say that truth can sometimes be stranger than fiction.  That was certainly the case Friday night at Brown University where Bears' freshman point...

Baron Transfers From Virginia To URI

The grass isn't always greener on the other side.  Bishop Hendricken's Billy Baron learned that lesson which is why he's leaving...

PC Rebounds Behind Brooks

Marshon Brooks 24 points and 17 rebounds lead Providence over South Florida 68-63 on Wednesday night for the Friars 3rd consecutive win at home.

NFL Commissioner Calls Out Bill Belichick

Think of the world's worst dictators and they have nothing on NFL czar Roger Goodell.  Some of the comments he has made to...

Rhody rallies past Fordham

Rhode Island avoided a major letdown against woeful Fordham on Wednesday thanks to torrid second-half shooting. 

Scott Cordischi On Sports: Ledo Shuffle

From college basketball to the Super Bowl and even a funny sports parody on Youtube, read about it all in this week's edition...

Is Cashman-Yankees Divorce Inevitable?

He's generally a mild-mannered guy and a good company man as well.  But, over the past few weeks, New York Yankees GM Brian...

Friars Fall to Seton Hall 81-71

The Providence Friars excited their fan base with back-to-back upsets over ranked teams last week.  Sunday, however, PC came back to earth losing to...

Celtics come out on top in Finals’ rematch

The Celtics survived a 41-point effort from Kobe Bryant on Sunday to beat the defending-champion Lakers in Los Angeles. 

Slow start dooms Rams

Rhode Island dropped another close conference game, this time losing to Massachusetts on the road Sunday. 

Brown Falls In OT at Penn

Without their leading scorer, the Brown men's basketball team almost upset Penn at the Palestra in Philadelphia.

Bulldogs pull off dramatic comeback

Bryant University rallied from a double-digit deficit Saturday and beat Mount St. Mary's at the buzzer. 

Princeton Beats Brown 78-60

The Princeton Tigers showed why they are the favorites to win the Ivy League with their 78-60 win over visiting Brown.

Bulldogs fall short in overtime again

Bryant University rallied late for the second game in a row, but once again fell short in overtime Thursday against Wagner. 

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