He wore a cheshire cat’s grin as he moved the small mob of media into the doorway of the Dallas Cowboys’ locker room Sunday night at Lincoln Financial Field.
It’s been eight years since Pennsbury last won the District 1 Class AAAA title, and the Falcons will try to snap that dry spell when they take on undefeated Coatesville, at 1 p.m. on Saturday at Souderton High School in the district championship.
New Jersey could drop its ban on betting on sports entirely, but it cannot legally set conditions as it ends the prohibition, a lawyer for the NCAA and four major sports leagues told a federal judge Thursday.
The Philadelphia Marathon is back in 2014, and there are more than 50,000 spectators, 30,000 runners and 2,500 volunteers expected to descend on the City of Brotherly Love.
3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has advice for fans seeking the best seats.
Here are some of the spots that a group of retirees with ties to KYW Newsradio have picked for recent weekly outings.
The Sayreville board of education voted to suspend head coach George Najjar and four assistants with pay. School board president Kevin Ciak said that the suspensions were in accordance with policy due to the ongoing investigation and that no decisions had been made about the future employment of the coaches, none of whom has been charged with a crime.
Week 4 has some tough matchups that could have a big impact on the playoff format and bowl placement. Let’s take a look at the four must watch college games this weekend.
Cheap beer, buffalo chicken dip, subs, wings… it feels like eons since we’ve been able to sit around and have an excuse to eat great junk. But it’s finally here, that’s right my friends, it’s football season once again.
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Sandberg also addressed handling players’ off the field behavior, saying that he tells them in spring training to be aware of what is expected of them.
A Bensalem man is facing 175 years in prison and a fine of up to $15.5 million, after he and his son allegedly imported counterfeit sports jerseys from China and sold them in the United States.
The importance of intangibles makes this a big spot in the development of former St. Joseph’s University standout Jimmy Yacabonis in the Baltimore Orioles system.
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Retired New Jersey high school athletic coaches who want to continue coaching will be able to do so without having to wait six months and risk affecting their pensions.