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A pair of Philly athletes give their answers to the debate over ‘The Dress.’
The Flyers scored two 3rd period goals, but lost to the Maple Leafs 3-2.
Quenton DeCosey had 16 points and nine rebounds to lead Temple over Houston.
Delaware handed Drexel their 4th straight loss on Thursday night.
The Flyers will continue their playoff push tonight as they visit the Toronto Maple Leafs.
The verbal barbs were flying during 94WIP’s Great Birds Debate.
Some of the good, bad, and ugly quotes from the 8th Annual 94WIP Great Birds Debate.
The Eagles will reportedly release Todd Herremans on Thursday.
Pat Burrell will be inducted to the Phillies Wall Of Fame on Friday, July 31st.
A new police report involving Dez Bryant has been discovered.
John Henson scored 21 points, Michael Carter-Williams had seven points and eight assists in his Milwaukee debut, and the Bucks built a big early lead against the point guard’s former team in a 104-88 win Wednesday night over the Philadelphia 76ers.