Monthly Archives: August 2012

Penn State Media Day features huge O’Brien conference

Alright let’s get to it. Check out the video above by Tony Mancusco of GoPSUSports.com for some sweet player interviews. Before we get to the really long Bill O’Brien press conference, make sure you at least peruse this story about … Continue reading

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Barden, Bennett trying to shake underachiever status

The Giants have a big vanacy at tight end thanks to the Patriots claiming Jake Ballard off waivers in the off season. They’re also pretty shallow at the wide receiver position, where the departure of Mario Manningham leaves a battle … Continue reading

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Mets unveil 2013 All-Star logo, then lose to Miami

On Tuesday afternoon, the Mets showed to the world the logo of the first All-Star Game to be played in Queens since 1964. As you can see, there is a “Mets” version of the logo with the team script in … Continue reading

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Penn State changes uniforms to include player names

Rumors had been circling in the past week, but today changes to Penn State’s 2012 uniforms were finally announced. In addition to a blue ribbon that represents support for child abuse victims, player names will be added to Penn State … Continue reading

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Penn State Football opens practice

On Monday morning, Penn State held its first of 29 football practices in advance of the September 1 season opener. While speaking with reporters, head coach Bill O’Brien said he was so jacked up for the start of practice that … Continue reading

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Douglas, Hill, Thomas and big news at Giants training camp

David Douglas making noise at wide receiver position With Hakeem Nicks and Victory Cruz being the only two significant contributors returning from last season, the wide receiver position is considered pretty wide open. Rueben Randle was just drafted in the … Continue reading

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Padres unload on Harvey, defeat Mets 7-3

You had to figure that rookie Matt Harvey would eventually have a rough major league start. The surprising part is that the first lousy start of Harvey’s big league career came in the pitcher’s haven of Petco Park. Harvey’s outing … Continue reading

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Mets vs. Padres lineups and stuff

The Mets face an old friend today in Jason Marquis. In his travels throughout the National League, Marquis has started 18 games (plus seven relief appearances) against the Mets and pitched 110 total innings. His 4.58 ERA and 1.51 WHIP … Continue reading

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Baxter walks into history, Mets down Padres 6-2

Last night in New York’s 6-2 win over the San Diego Padres, Mike Baxter became the first Mets player to walk five times in a nine-inning game. He’s the first major league player to walk five times in a nine-inning … Continue reading

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Thole gets railroaded, Mets lose to Padres 3-1

Ugh what happened last night? R.A. Dickey was rolling along and didn’t even allow a base hit until Yonder Alonso ripped off a single in the fifth inning. Dickey was able to keep Alonso from scoring, but in the next … Continue reading

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