Monthly Archives: March 2013

Draft Eligable Players DEFENSIVE ENDS!!!!

This week should be fun, because personally I think one of the hardest positions to judge is Defensive Ends.  Not only do great DE’s come from rounds all over, but they also go un-drafted and make careers in the NFL. … Continue reading

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Change of Scenery

Louisville’s assistant coach Kareem Richardson was hired as the head coach for UMKC on Tuesday. He will be rebuilding a program that has qualified for the NCAA post season. His official press conference will be held on Monday afternoon announcing … Continue reading

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Duquesne Tennis top Temple

The Dukes took down A-10 Rival Temple last Wednesday with a score of 5-2 in favor of the Dukes. The competition took roughly four hours to complete. Tensions were high with both teams as it was clear that the match … Continue reading

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NCAA Draft Eligible Wideouts Part DEUX

You got part one a few weeks ago, so lets just get started with part two.   Tavon Austin, 5-9. 179 lbs. WR, West Virginia Earlier in my posts I talked about Tavon’s quarterback Geno Smith, and as good as … Continue reading

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The Man, The Myth, The Legend

After 40 years of coaching University of Boston’s Ice Hockey program, Head Coach Jack Parker announced he will be retiring after the end of this season. While there he led the Terriers to three NCAA Championships (1978, 1995, 2009), 11 … Continue reading

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The Duquesne Men Top Detroit

The Duquesne University Men’s Tennis team improved to 8-3 with a 5-2 win over Detroit on Friday night. The Dukes came out firing, picking up a 8-4 victory at #2 doubles. After dropping a close match at #1, Rich Robbie … Continue reading

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