The Flyers have heard all about their recent struggles at Madison Square Garden. They insist they have a clean slate in their first round playoff series.
Mark Sanchez was labeled the “Sanchise” in New York. Now, he is simply looking to be a serviceable back-up in Philadelphia.
The city of Philadelphia is buzzing about the possibility of a Villanova-St. Joseph’s NCAA Tournament matchup on Saturday. The Wildcats are only worried about Thursday.
On Wednesday, the Eagles acquired Running Back Darren Sproles in a trade with New Orleans. The Eagles also signed free agent Cornerback Nolan Carroll, who spent the past four seasons in Miami.
A two-game losing streak has put St. Joseph’s NCAA Tournament hopes in doubt, but the Hawks are more worried about the task at hand.
Villanova is the top seed in the Big East Tournament and the third ranked team in the country, but it’s business as usual on the Main Line.
St. Joseph’s continues to roll towards an NCAA Tournament bid, but there is still plenty of work to be done in the Atlantic 10 Conference.
The red-hot Hawks have won 16 of their last 19 games and will look for another victory on the road Saturday at St. Bonaventure.
Sam Hinkie never said it would be a fast turnaround.
Phil Martelli doesn’t mind if his players pay attention to NCAA Tournament projections. He just wants them to take care of business on the court.
It’s easy to throw out the records whenever two city teams meet in a Big 5 battle. Villanova has made it clear that Saturday’s showdown with Temple is no exception.
As Spring Training approaches, the Phillies’ team colors appear to be red, white, blue…..and gray.
It was a day the Eagles were hoping wouldn’t come for another month.
The NFL playoffs is a win or go home situation. For the Eagles, it’s just another day at the office.
One week after being upset by the Vikings, the Eagles will face a much more formidable foe this weekend at the Linc.