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The American: An Unconventional Thriller with a Distinctly European Feel
George Clooney's brooding performance and an intriguing plot bolster a film which may turn some audiences off with its slow pace.
Decades After Its Release, '2001: A Space Odyssey' Remains Relevant in the 21st Century
Despite the title, the future depicted in '2001: A Space Odyssey' seems more authentic...
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"Moneyball" Follows in the Footsteps of Classic Baseball Films
Any self-respecting baseball fan who's seen "Moneyball," should already have seen the great baseball movies that came before.
Bryan Scott Becoming Reliable Asset on Buffalo Bills Defense
Fellow fans of the Buffalo Bills might want to keep an eye on the versatile Bryan Scott this season.
Some of the Worst Moments in Recent Red Sox History
Just a reminder to Boston Red Sox fans upset over the team's sliding season; it's been worse.
Plenty of Good Reasons to Be a Fan of UMass Basketball This Year
Despite the lingering trauma of last year's largely botched season, this UMass alum knows firsthand just how fast the Minutemen have been able to turn things around.
Football-themed Films to Watch Before You Die
These classic sports films capture the spirit of the game.
Red Sox's pitching will be decisive factor in final stretch: A fan's take
A 3-game series against the Orioles is all the stands between the Boston Red Sox and the postseason. Is the pitching staff up to the task?
Buffalo Bills' defensive backs finally get a time to shine: A fan's view
Buffalo Bills defensive backs lead league in interceptions, getting no less than four in Week 3 against the mighty Tom Brady.
Still Think Ryan Fitzpatrick Isn't the Bills' Franchise QB?
Ryan Fitzpatrick is not only convincing the Bills FO that he's earned a big contract, he's making it clear that he's the team's long-term franchise QB.
Buffalo Bills QB Fitzpatrick Still Has Something to Prove
As Ryan Fitzpatrick prepares to face three-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady and the division-dominating Pats, the eyes of the NFL world will be on him.
Don't Forget, Bills Almost Beat Pats in Week 3 Last Year
An 0-2 Bills squad, reeling after Trent Edwards's botched season start, still managed to come to within 8 points of the Pats last year, nearly pulling off an upset win.
Remembering UMass Basketball's Three All-time Best
In the long, storied history of UMass Minutemen basketball, the accomplishments of these three players still stand out.
Heisman Winners Need the Right Opportunities to Prove Themselves
Cam Newton is an example of a Heisman Trophy winner whose successful debut matches the responsibility his NFL coach has given him. At least two NFL greats only shined after their coaches took a chance.
The A-10's Best Basketball Players of Their Respective Eras
UMass basketball's Marcus Camby has earned a spot among the conference's all-time best.
These Three Legendary Linebackers Set High Bar
Today's NFL linebackers have a high bar to reach when it comes to these three legendary players.
Should Jeff Green Become a Bargaining Chip?
Jeff Green has yet to play a full season with the Boston Celtics, but many fans are already eager to see him go.
Beginner's Guide to UMass Basketball Season
With the UMass basketball season fast approaching, freshmen and new fans of all kinds should know what to expect this year.
Where Does Rondo Rank Among Celtics PGs?
Rajon Rondo has a long line of great Boston Celtics point guards to live up to. Has he already left his mark on history?
Lockout Caps Emotional Couple of Years for Boston Celtics Fans
The last few years have seen fans of the Boston Celtics go through the highest highs and lowest lows.
National Hockey League Due for Some Adjustments
The game of hockey as played in America is long overdue for a serious overhaul.
Memories of the Power and the Class
The UMass Minutemen Marching Band is called the "Power and the Class of New England" for good reason.
Could the 2011 Bills Be like the 1994 New England Patriots?
There are striking similarities between the two football teams. If history repeats, the Bills could be set to pull off a major upset against the Pats in the Week 3 matchup.
Red Sox Fans Should Pin the Blame on Theo
As the Boston Red Sox leave fans in stunned shock over the team's frustrating September slide, nobody deserves more blame than Theo Epstein.
Should Buchholz Come Back to Pitch Third?
Perhaps the better question is whether or not the young Red Sox pitcher will be able to return from a frustrating back injury in the first place.
It's David Nelson's Time to Shine
The promising young Bills wide receiver is quickly establishing himself as more than capable as the number two starter.
Cut Terry Francona Some Slack
Tito hasn't been a flawless manager this year, but he doesn't deserve to be the scapegoat for an ailing Red Sox team.
Marcell Dareus Following in the Footsteps of Bruce Smith
As Bills Defensive End Marcell Dareus embarks on his NFL career, the shadow of the legendary Bruce Smith looms large.
Fan Remembers Three Great Buffalo Sabres Legends
After watching the Buffalo Sabres for at least two decades, these three outstanding players remain the most memorable.
Ranking the Greatest Individual Opponents to Face UMass Basketball
The Massachusetts Minutemen have faced some of the greatest scorers in the history of the Atlantic 10 Conference. Here are a few of the best in recent memory.
Ray Allen Not Ready to Retire Any Time Soon
Allen's commitment to the game is reassuring for Boston Celtics fans like me, but he's clearly reaching the limit when it comes to how much a player can do in a career.
UMass Football Poised for Upset Over BC
With the 0-3 Eagles limping, UMass is ready for an upset victory in the September 24th matchup.
Three of the Best Buffalo Bills QBs Not Named Jim Kelly
Kelly may be a Hall of Famer with a record four consecutive AFC championships, but these three Bills quarterbacks were just as effective on the field.
Opportunities for New Fans to Follow UMass Football Season
The Massachusetts Minutemen are generating plenty of buzz with an upcoming move to the FBS. New fans and alumni eager to reconnect with the team can watch their last FCS season unfold this year.
UMass Football Competing with Boston College for Hearts and Minds
When it comes to college football, there's little doubt which team fans are rooting for here in western Massachusetts.
Red Sox Catcher Saltalamacchia Has Little Left to Prove
Salty is a fan favorite who's steadily established as the the Red Sox' next gen catcher.
Tyler Bergantino Commitment is Big Win for UMass Basketball
Coach Derek Kellogg will have a talented big man in Tyler Bergantino, but can he develop him into an elite college athlete?
What Would a Celtics Team with Dwight Howard Look Like?
The Boston Celtics are going to have to put together a championship-caliber roster for the longterm if they want to entice Dwight Howard.
2011-12 Schedule Offers Massachusetts Minutemen Plenty of Chances to Prove Themselves
The new season has UMass basketball going up against big opponents, and it all starts at the Cage.
Buffalo Bills RB Fred Jackson is the season's surprise rushing leader: Local fan reaction
Running back Fred Jackson's dominant Week 2 performance at the home opener in Buffalo leaves Bills fans beaming with pride. Jackson now has more combined rushing yards than any other back this season.
Does UMass Have Its Quarterback Yet?
With Kellen Pagel's performance in the win over URI, has he solidified his role as the new starting QB?
Unstoppable Jonathan Hernandez Continues to Fuel UMass Offense
UMass football is off to a solid start this season thanks to red-hot tailback Jonathan Hernandez.
When the Buffalo Bills Finally Be Taken Seriously?
The Buffalo Bills are poised to make a huge turnaround this season. So why hasn't the national media taken notice?
Can Tim Wakefield Stop Boston's Wild Card Slide?
Considering the kind of season Wake has had, a Game 4 victory will be up to the Red Sox offense.
Red Sox Wild Card Roller Coaster Continues
Inconsistency from Boston's once mighty offense could cost them the wild card spot.
Bad Timing for Red Sox as Matt Albers Melts Down
The stunning decline of Matt Albers has come at the worst possible time for the Boston Red Sox.
Red Sox Bullpen Isn't Over the Hump Yet
The Red Sox' unreliable relievers are going to continue to pose a problem for the team, even as they manage to get a firmer grip on the AL wild card spot.
Red Sox pitching isn't the real problem against Rays
With the Red Sox relying on band-aids for the shaky pitching staff, the team's offensive collapse has come at the worst possible time.
Is Ryan Fitzpatrick Buffalo's franchise QB after all? Local fan's take
The former second-stringer is making waves with his league-leading Week 1 performance, but Bills fans have known how talented Fitzpatrick is all along.
For Buffalo Bills fans, Week 1 just changed everything
The Bills' stunning season opener is the team's best start in years, giving fans good reason to be hopeful.
Red Sox wild card lead could be in big trouble: Fan's view
Red Sox fans are now facing the once unthinkable prospect of losing the AL wild card spot.
Mallett Leads Patriots to Second Half Dominance in Preseason Blowout
The Patriots' new depth at QB is one more reason for the rest of the NFL world to be afraid this season.
Pedroia's consistency will be vital for Red Sox in pennant race: Fan's view
Is an AL MVP title a far-fetched prospect for Red Sox fan favorite Dustin Pedroia?
Scutaro has little left to prove as Red Sox SS: Fan's take
Despite the return of Jed Lowrie, Marco Scutaro has already made the case as Red Sox shortstop.
Andre Carter Offers yet Another Boost for Pats D-Line
The addition of Carter means that the deck is stacked when it comes to the Patriots' front seven.
Welcome to the Dark Side, Shaun Ellis
The New England Patriots stuns fans and haters alike by getting the Jets' veteran DE to switch sides.
Now an Underdog, Carl Crawford Might Be Poised to Prove Doubters Wrong
It's still too early for fans to give up on the once-hyped Red Sox acquisition.
Lackey Deserves Credit for Upstaging Sabathia
Red Sox starter John Lackey might just be winning over fans with a dominant victory over the Yankees' much-hyped C.C. Sabathia.
Ellsbury is Already the Red Sox' Most Reliable Weapon
The Red Sox center fielder has long been this fan's personal favorite, and now the rest of the baseball world is starting to realize his value.
Lowrie and Scutaro Will Vie for Red Sox Shortstop Job
Lowrie's return from the DL means that Scutaro's days might be numbered as Red Sox SS.
Will Red Sox Fans Be Able to Count on Erik Bedard?
What we can take away from Bedard's debut?
Albert Haynesworth deserves a second chance in New England: A fan's take
As shocking as the acquisition of Haynesworth is, New England Patriots fans have good reason to root for the notorious athlete's success.
Fan's take: Has John Lackey really earned the Red Sox's No. 3 starting job?
The loss of Clay Buchholz means that the No. 3 starter role is very much an open issue for the Boston Red Sox. Should fans pin their hopes on John Lackey?
Bills choose Nick Barnett to replace Poz: A fan's reaction
The loss of LB Paul Posluszny hit many Buffalo Bills fans hard. Will the newly acquired Nick Barnett be a worthy replacement?
Randy Moss's Retirement Leaves Pats Fans Shaking Their Heads
Few fans of the New England Patriots believe that Randy Moss will stay retired for long.
Back problems mean cloudy future for Buchholz: Fan's take
Red Sox Nation's love affair with starting pitcher Clay Buchholz might be coming to an early and tragic end.
Erik Bedard is Much-needed Band-aid for Red Sox Rotation
What can we expect from Seattle's left-handed starter Erik Bedard?
Lester Proving to Be the Rock of Red Sox Pitching Staff
Despite uneven starts and inconsistency on the mound, Lester's raw talent is shining when the Red Sox need him most.
Would Allen Iverson Be a Good Fit for the Celtics?
Iverson's personality might not have won him fans in Massachusetts, but he could be a solid acquisition for the Cs.
Drew Heads to DL as Reddick Takes Over in Right Field
J.D. Drew's DL stint might spell merciful relief for fans as Josh Reddick finally starts in right field.
What Can Tardif and Hennessy Do for the Bruins?
The two recently signed forwards are solid depth picks for the Boston Bruins.
Red Sox Fans Will Have to Keep Waiting for Return of Buchholz
As Clay Buchholz's DL stint stretches on, fans are left wondering if he might end up a casualty of the looming trade deadline.
Three Wins in a Row for John Lackey
The Red Sox pitcher isn't quite a fan favorite in Boston yet, but he's showing signs of improvement.
Red Sox veteran Tim Wakefield approaching 200 wins: Fan reaction
Tim Wakefield and his knuckleball have been a familiar sight in Fenway for nearly 20 years. As he approaches 200 career wins, it's impossible not to appreciate the aging veteran.
Has John Lackey finally crossed the line? A fan's perspective
So far, the only thing Lackey's $82 million contract has brought to Fenway is the angst of Red Sox fans.
Time for J.D. Drew to call it a career: Fan's take
The aging Red Sox right-fielder is a bona fide bust. Is there any reason for Drew to stay in right field as the season continues?
Red Sox fans are stuck with John Lackey for now
For better or worse, Red Sox fans will have to accept the fact that the team has few options when it comes to troubled starter John Lackey.
Navarro continues to stand out on Red Sox roster: Fan's take
Yamaico Navarro has been one of the few bright spots for fans frustrated over the team's performance in recent weeks.
More Bad News for Red Sox Rotation as Lester is Placed on DL
The thinning Red Sox rotation should have fans worried as the team struggles through mid-season wear and tear.
Joe Corvo Trade Should Give Bruins Fans Peace of Mind
The acquisition of Corvo is an offseason win for the Bruins, who got the better of a deal with the Hurricanes.
The Kaberle Experiment Comes to an End for Boston
Tomas Kaberle leaves the Boston Bruins after less than a full season with the team, and fans aren't sorry to see him go.
Should We Be Worried About Buchholz's Back Problem?
Buchholz has been sorely missed by Red Sox fans, but an upcoming trip to see a specialist might mean his DL stint is coming to an end.
Could the NBA Lockout Mean the End of Boston's Big Three?
Celtics fans might have already seen the big three on the court together for the last time.
Where Would Shortened Season Leave Jeff Green?
Green's development could be hampered by NBA lockout, leaving Celtics fans with a cloudy future.
Aging Mike Cameron was Big Bust for Red Sox
For Red Sox fans, Cameron's departure couldn't have come soon enough.
Is Lackey Headed for Tommy John Surgery?
Lackey's elbow problems mean that surgery is a very real possibility, despite his denials.
Let's Not Forget Theo's Recent Blunders
Theo Epstein deserves much of the credit for recent Red Sox glory, but his mistakes are costing fans.
Ty Law Deserves to Retire in a Patriots Jersey
Law's unforgettable career with the Pats has earned him the privilege of retiring with the team that he helped take to three Super Bowl victories.
Aaron Gray is Up for Grabs: Should He Come to Boston?
Fans know that the Celtics need a big man and a center. Gray is both, but is he worth it?
Red Sox May Not Be Able to Count on Buchholz Until Mid-July
The starting pitcher will be out longer than expected, but that come as bad news for Red Sox fans.
Prosecuting Bruins captain Chara would be a big mistake: Fan's take
Zdeno Chara didn't deserve a suspension, and he doesn't deserve to face criminal charges for an on-ice hit this past March. Are the Montreal police just out for revenge?
Why Isn't Josh Reddick in the Lineup?
Francona's decision not to have Reddick in the lineup is leaving Red Sox fans frustrated.
Phillies' Pitching Staff is Biggest Hurdle yet for Red Sox This Season
Fans might get a sneak-peek at this year's World Series as the Red Sox get tested by the Phillies.
Who is Gilbert Brown and What Can He Do for the Celtics?
The undrafted Brown could be a good grab when the free agency period starts. Will Brown be part of a refreshed Cs bench?
Celtics Want Jeff Green for Next Season: So What's Next?
Not every fan in Massachusetts is convinced that Jeff Green is a good investment for the Cs.
Bobby Jenks Returns from DL, but is He Already a Bust?
The Red Sox reliever has so far been a big bust. Was this latest stint on the DL finally enough to get Jenks healthy?
Miller One of the Few Bright Spots for Red Sox in Pittsburgh
Have the Red Sox found a solid addition to the bullpen in Andrew Miller?
Memorable Moments of the Bruins' 2011 Playoff Run
It's been a historic postseason for the Bruins, and these moments stand out for fans here in Mass.
Bruins get top tier talent in Dougie Hamilton: Fan's take
With Bruins fans expecting Hamilton to be spoken for by the 9th pick, it looks like we have another reason to celebrate.
What Do We Know About Celtics' 2nd Round Pick E'Twaun Moore?
When the Cs selected E'Twaun Moore at 55th overall in the second round, they added another Purdue player. What role will he have on the team?
Why Are the Red Sox Faltering Against Low Payroll Teams?
The Red Sox have a season record to match their top three payroll, so why have they struggled against hapless NL teams?
JaJuan Johnson Could Be Face of the Future for Celtics
Cs find exactly what they need in Purdue center JaJuan Johnson, a pick who could be a big star for Boston.
Has Lackey Become a Liability for the Red Sox?
Is Lackey headed for yet another trip to the DL, or will the Red Sox finally listen to their fans and show the embattled pitcher the door?
Why the Buffalo Bills aren't moving to L.A. or Toronto: A fan's take
Despite popular predictions and nervous fans, the Buffalo Bills won't be leaving western New York any time soon.
Past as prologue: The twilight years of Boston's big three
What can fans learn from the way the Celtics handled the departure of the last big three?
Should the Celtics Try to Get Josh Smith for Ray Allen?
How would Celtics fans feel if Ray Allen were on the table in a potential trade for Josh Smith?
How Much Would Nikola Vucevic Be Worth to the Celtics in Upcoming Draft?
If Danny Ainge decides to trade up, Cs fans should wait to hear Nikola Vucevic's name as the team's first round pick in this year's draft.
Red Sox' Upcoming NL Trip is a Chance for Bragging Rights
The team's NL stretch will continue in NL parks, and will include a match against the Phillies. If the Red Sox beat the team with baseball's best record, fans will have plenty to brag about.
Will Red Sox Fans See Adrian Gonzalez Play Right Field?
The prospect of seeing the best hitter in baseball play in the outfield has Red Sox fans on edge.
UMass alumni still rooting for Gary Forbes as Nuggets extend contract offer
Forbes was one of the last great heroes of UMass basketball, and alumni are keeping a close eye on his developing NBA career.
Ranking the best New England Patriots QBs: Fan's view
Pats fans have been able to rely on a future Hall of Famer at the helm for at least a decade, but what other great QBs have played for New England?
Five of the greatest players to take the ice for the Boston Bruins
Despite a two decade Finals drought, some of hockey's greatest players have worn Bruins black and gold.
What Can Red Sox Fans Expect from Andrew Miller?
Miller is filling in for Clay Buchholz, but what will be capable of on the mound for the Red Sox?
Red Sox Offense Picks Up Where it Left Off in Win Over Brewers
The Red Sox offense continues to make early doubters and naysayers look silly, scoring double digits yet again.
Red Sox Fans Won't See Buchholz Return Until July
Clay Buchholz will be on the DL for no less than 15 days, joining Carl Crawford and Jed Lowrie.
Adrian Gonzalez's Landmark Hit is Vindication for Red Sox Fans
Gonzalez's 1000th hit is a watermark for Red Sox Nation.
Prepping for the Boston Bruins' Victory Parade
A victory parade in Boston is an event not to be missed, and the Bruins' win after nearly four decades makes this one special.
Wear and Tear Taking a Toll on Red Sox Lineup?
Early departures by Crawford and Youk come on the heels of Jed Lowrie's DL stint.
Lowrie's Move to DL Should Be a Chance for Improvement
Disappointed fans of "Jedi" should see upcoming DL stint as a chance for Lowrie to recharge.
Fan's view: No love for Red Sox in Connecticut?
Making sense of a recent poll that shows most Connecticut baseball fans prefer the Yankees to the Red Sox.
Beckett Cleans Up After Wake with One-hit Game
Beckett's red hot pitching continues to shock longtime fans as Wake drops the ball for Red Sox.
Hard to imagine Red Sox won't re-sign Jacoby Ellsbury: Fan's view
Why the Boston Red Sox must re-sign Ellsbury at the end of the season, no matter how Carl Crawford turns out.
Remembering the most intense game in the Bruins' 2011 playoff run: Fan's look
An OT matchup in Game 7 in the first round left Bruins fans on the edge of their seats.
Gonzalez is a Shoe-in for 2011 All-Star Game
Red Sox first baseman Adrian Gonzalez recently took the lead in All-Star voting. The news comes as no surprise to fans.
Should the Patriots Sign Keith Bulluck?
Linebacker Keith Bulluck has named the Pats as one of the teams he'd like to join when free agency starts, but is he worth signing?
In Claude we trust: Why fans should keep faith in the Bruins coach
Claude Julien has riled Bruins fans with questionable calls in the playoffs, but he's consistently been proven right.
Game 7 Victory Would Cap Great Career for Bruins' Mark Recchi
Recchi might be at the end of a (very) long career, and a Stanley Cup win would be the perfect ending.
Michael Ryder Proving to Be Essential as Bruins Battle for Stanley Cup
Ryder has steadily become a fan favorite in Massachusetts.
How Does Rich Peverley Measure Up for the Bruins?
Peverley will be standing in for Nathan Horton as the Bruins fight for survival in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals.
Are Patriots Fans Ready to See Kevin Faulk Retire?
New England Patriots running back Kevin Faulk may not want to retire, but fans have likely already seen his best days with the team.
Time for Red Sox Fans to Give Up on J.D. Drew
There's no love left for J.D. Drew among Red Sox fans.
Lester's Performance on June 12th Erases Doubts
Lester had what might have been his best outing yet in the June 12th matchup against the Jays.
Ellsbury Has Done Much to Earn AL Player of the Week Nod
As far as this Red Sox fan is concerned, Ellsbury is taking rightful place as the AL's player of the week.
Fan's look: UMass alum Gurley works out with Celtics (again), but is he the right fit?
If this past season is any indication, the second time might not be the charm for Gurley and the Celtics.
Should the Celtics Really Trade Away Their First Round Pick?
Danny Ainge has all but confirmed that the Cs are likely to trade their pick at 25 in this year's draft, but is it the right choice?
Should the Celtics Grab Jeremy Tyler in the First Round?
Tyler is a safe bet to be up for grabs when the Celtics pick at 25th. The question is whether or not Danny Ainge is interested.
What Would Marshon Brooks Bring to the Celtics?
Brooks is almost certainly the very best option the Cs have at number 25 in the first round.
Are Red Sox Fans Warming Up to John Lackey?
Lackey has gone from persona non grata to team asset since his return from the DL.
Batting, Not Pitching, Responsible for Streaking Red Sox
How does the Red Sox pitching staff stack up to the team's offense?
It's Up to Lester to Keep Red Sox' Streak Going
Lester will get win number 9 if he manages to help seal the deal on a sweep of the Jays.
Red Sox Offense is Steadily Living Up to Expectations
The Red Sox are finally the team fans were hoping for during the preseason, thanks to the surging offense.
Will TD Garden Give the Bruins the Edge in Game 6?
So far, the Boston Bruins have won each game they've played at TD Garden in in the Stanley Cup Finals, leaving fans with high expectations.
If Only Bruins' Power Play Could Match Their Penalty Kill
The Bruins have what it takes defensively, but their anemic power play might be costing them the series.
Inconsistency from Bruins' Offense Means Stanley Cup Finals Drag On
Bruins fans will be forced to see the team fight for its life on Monday, but it's not Tim Thomas's fault.
So Just What Did Semih Erden Do for the Celtics?
Erden was once a promising big man on the Cs squad, and some fans may be having doubts about his departure.
What Does Nenad Krstic's Departure Mean for Celtics Fans?
With Krstic gone to play in the Russian league, the Celtics once again find themselves without a second big man.
At Least Nate Robinson Didn't Do it in Boston..
Robinson's recent incident involving public urination brings back lingering doubts about his trade.
Ellsbury is Consistent Spark in Red Sox Offense
Ellsbury continues to live up to this fan's big expectations as season heats up.
When Buchholz is on the Mound, Red Sox Fans Can Breath Easy
There's good reason for Red Sox fans to have faith when Buchholz is on the mound.
Are Red Sox fans are finally seeing the return of the old Big Papi?
Red Sox fans haven't seen David Ortiz like this since the team's World Series run in 2007.
Lasme and Gaffney remain two of the best UMass hoops players in recent years: Fan's take
Stephane Lasme and Tony Gaffney participated in workouts with the OKC Thunder, recalling memories of their time with the UMass Minutemen.
What can Celtics fans take away from the 2010-11 season?
Fellow Celtics fans shouldn't count on seeing the Cs get the kind of early season records they've had in recent years.
Overcoming Dirty Play Will Make Victory Sweeter for Bruins Fans
Overcoming cheap, dirty antics will make ultimate victory for Bruins fans even better,
Tim Thomas Has Little Left to Prove for Vezina Trophy
After Luongo's collapse in Game 3, did Thomas just win the Vezina?
Bruins Have Lost Clutch Right Winger in Nathan Horton
Despite the blowout victory in Game 3, Horton's loss casts a shadow over Bruins fans.
Will Ray Allen Be the Lone Returning Starter from Celtics' Big Three?
Allen's recent decision to exercise his contract option comes as welcome news for Celtics fans.
David Krejci Proving Essential to Bruins' Stanley Cup Hopes
Fellow Bruins fans have good reason to hope as long as Krejci shines on the ice.
For Buffalo Bills QB Ryan Fitzpatrick, the best may be yet to come: Fan's take
Fitz is steadily gaining the confidence of teammates and fans as a leader, but it's worth remembering what he's capable of on the field too.
Terrell Owens a Better Fit for Patriots Than Ochocinco?
It's hard for this fan to imagine coach Belichick tolerating Ochocinco's loudmouth antics.
Beckett is Red Sox Ace but No-decisions Remain a Sticking Point
Despite Beckett's quality starts, he's failed to record a win in half the games he's pitched, frustrating Red Sox fans.
Has Glen Davis Shown Signs of Improvement This Past Season?
Fellow Celtics fans love to hate Big Baby, but last season was actually his best yet.
Red Sox Pitcher Buchholz Finally Showing Signs of Wear
Red Sox fans are hopeful that the pitcher will be able to take to the mound in the upcoming series against the Yankees.
Upcoming Bills Uniform Unveiling a Sign of Progress for Team PR
The offseason has been good to Bills fans, and the "uniform launch event" will keep the excitement going.
Should the Red Sox Put Dice-K Back on the Mound in 2012?
Is it the end of the line for Dice-K and the Red Sox?
Trading Baby: How Could it Go Down for the Boston Celtics?
Glen Davis might not get much love from fans, but he could prove to be an asset.
Remembering Some of Shaq's Best Games with the Boston Celtics
Despite Shaq's age, he had some truly great performances in his one and only season in green and white.
Celtics' Pre-draft Workouts Offer Fans Glimpse of Possible Picks
Celtics fans recently got a look at the first group of potential Cs draft picks.
Massachusetts tornado spares Basketball Hall of Fame
The day after tornadoes damage downtown Springfield, MA, the Basketball Hall of Fame opens its doors as usual.
UMass at Boston College Named One of the Top 25 FBS-FCS Games to Watch
The matchup against BC will be the last time UMass faces the Eagles as an FCS team.
UMass Football's Tyler Holmes Earns Preseason All-American Nod
First team honors for Holmes come as no surprise as the star UMass linebacker approaches his season with the Minutemen.
Duel Between Thomas and Luongo Signals Tough Series Ahead for Bruins
Bruins fans are in for a hard-fought slog as long as Luongo is in the net.
Red Sox Get Swept as Team Hits a Speed-bump: Is Francona to Blame?
Francona's management of the pitching staff is proving costly for the Red Sox.
What Does Shaq's Retirement Mean for Celtics?
Shaq's departure garners mixed reactions from Celtics fans.
Redemption on the line for Bruins fans who remember 1990 Stanley Cup Finals
The Boston Bruins' first shot at the Stanley Cup in over 20 years is a chance for fans to replace old memories.
Why Ryan Fitzpatrick is the right QB at the right time for the Buffalo Bills: Fan's take
Fellow fans might be skeptical of the one-time second stringer, but Fitz has steadily established himself as the first real team leader in years.
Are Kevin Garnett's Best Days Behind Him?
Why fans should think twice about a potential retirement for the Boston Celtics big man.
Tim Thomas Proves Central to Bruins' Road to the Stanley Cup Finals
Thomas will continue to be decisive as Bruins face-off against the Canucks.
Is it Time for the Celtics to Let Glen Davis Go?
Celtics fans aren't going to stop calling him "Big Baby" any time soon.
What Can Celtics Fans Take Away from Rondo's 2010-11 Season?
Fans are once again considering the possibility of trading the Celtics PG.
Has Josh Beckett Become the Ace of the Red Sox Rotation?
Few fans would've thought that Beckett would become the best pitcher in the American League.
Lester's Inconsistency Costs the Boston Red Sox
Red Sox fans have seen Jon Lester transform from a confident star into a source of frustration.
UMass Women's Basketball: The Three Best Players in Recent History
These three athletes remain the best this alum has ever seen take the court for the Minutewomen.
Uncertain Future for UMass Women's Basketball as Recruits Leave
Three of the UMass Minutewomen have decided to transfer rather than spend their sophomore year at UMass.
UMass Football Coach Morris Offers Fresh Insight for Minutemen Fans
Coach Morris may not have the confidence of all UMass alumni like me, but he'll be leading the team through a critical transition.
Inconsistency Costs Bruins as Series Heads Towards Game 7 Showdown
The Eastern Conference Semifinals have been a frustrating roller-coaster for fans here in western Massachusetts.
Which of the Big Three Can the Celtics Afford to Lose?
Next year could be decisive for fans who want to see a winning Celtics franchise.
How Carl Crawford Got His Groove Back
Fans have good reason to be hopeful if Crawford can stay consistent.
UMass Chancellor Holub Deserves Share of Credit for FBS Move
The departure of UMass chancellor Holub may be a big misstep as the UMass football program moves into the FBS.
Varitek Proving to Be More Than Fan Favorite as Red Sox Rise to Top
Veteran catcher Jason Varitek's reliability may be essential to the Red Sox as season heats up.
Does Dwight Howard Make Sense for Boston Celtics in 2012?
The Celtics of the future might just be built around the talented center.
Preseason Game Offers UMass Students Chance to See Celtics Play on Campus
This UMass alum still fondly remembers the first time the two teams met on campus.
Win Over Indians Could Put Red Sox on Top of AL East
If the Red Sox get to the top of the AL East, it won't have been a smooth ride
Is the Bullpen an Achilles' Heel for Red Sox?
Considering the problems the Red Sox pitching staff are facing right now, an unreliable bullpen is the last thing they need,.
The Only Thing Left in the Bruins' Way is Themselves
Fellow Bruins fans are eager to see coach Julien shake up the roster as they head towards the Stanley Cup Finals.
Minutemen Home Games at Gillette Are a Gamble for UMass
This UMass alum hopes that the team's new home is a temporary one.
Why the Buffalo Bills Must Hold on to Poz in Free Agency
Poz's attitude and work-ethic make him a fan favorite whose best might still be ahead of him.
Seguin and Bergy Can't Save Bruins from Kaberle and Lucic
Unless coach Julien makes some tough choices with the lineup, the Bruins are in serious trouble.
A Potential Rondo Trade Might Be the Boost the Celtics Need
Why fellow Celtics fans shouldn't discount a trade involving Rajon Rondo
Paul Pierce Has Little Left to Prove as Starter
I'm not the only fan who thinks the Truth should play off the bench.
Kevin Millwood Adds Extra Insurance to Red Sox Rotation Depth
Millwood may not be an exciting addition, but he's a decent insurance policy.
Will Red Sox Rotation Keep Them from AL East Lead?
Injuries and a slump might make for a bumpy road, but it's so far so good for the patched-up Red Sox rotation.
What's Wrong with Red Sox Ace Jon Lester?
Lester's slump is bad timing for Red Sox fans.
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