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D.J. Eberle: The youngest of our team, D.J. is also the largest. Offensive Tackle Large. In fact, this Albany native is playing OT for Western New England University - right now. Like Junoir Blaber, he's a regular on Rugby Wrap Up - his dad played rugby with The Matts. His cross to bear, however, is his love for the Buffalo Bills and Buffalo Sabres. As for baseball and basketball, it's the Yanks and Atlanta Hawks. Follow him on Twitter: @Ebstide52

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Fantasy Baseball Lineup To Stay Away From & DJ Eberle Proves He is Funny

Fantasy Baseball Lineup To Stay Away From & DJ Eberle Proves He is Funny

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SOMEWHERE ON THE MASS PIKE – Not only does the month of April mean our beloved Yankees and Mets are back in action, but it also means that fantasy baseball is up and running once again. At this point, most fantasy baseball leagues are three weeks in, which mean’s that some fantasy owner’s may be […]

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Knicks Playoff Hopes Go From Bright To Bleak

Knicks Playoff Hopes Go From Bright To Bleak

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NEW YORK, NY – Remember when ESPN First Take’s Skip Bayless called the New York Knicks “…a bigger threat to the [Miami] Heat than the [Indiana] Pacers.” on Twitter earlier this week? Well, that might have been a bit of an exaggeration, considering the Knicks’ latest malfunctions may have bounced them from playoff contention. After […]

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One Too Many Upsets: March Madness is now March Sadness

One Too Many Upsets: March Madness is now March Sadness

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SOMEWHERE ON THE EAST COAST, USA – This year’s NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship, aka March Madness, the NCAA Tournament, the Big Dance, or anything else you might call it, is full of big-time upsets. There was Harvard over Cincinnati on Thursday, Mercer over Duke and Stephen F. Austin over VCU on Friday, Dayton […]

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Life As A Mid-Major

Life As A Mid-Major

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Since Saturday, I’ve witnessed what it’s like to be a mid-major program  in Division I college basketball. I’ve seen everything firsthand, from watching games from the sidelines, walking through the tunnels in the arena, and witnessing each and every emotional press conference. Playing a major role in the video production of the every press conference throughout the […]

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What’s Going On With The ‘CUSE?

What’s Going On With The ‘CUSE?

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SPRINGFIELD, Mass.–The Syracuse Orange have hit a bit of a rough patch lately, losing their last two games. After getting out to a record-breaking 25-straight wins, the Orange have lost two straight for the first time in just over 12-months. After a heartbreaking 66-60 loss in Cameron Indoor Stadium to No. 5 Duke Saturday, in […]

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Marcus Smart Plays Dumb

Marcus Smart Plays Dumb

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LUBBOCK, TX – Down 63-61 with less than 10 seconds to go, Oklahoma State guard Marcus Smart trailed Texas Tech senior forward Jaye Crockett, who was driving down the lane going for the a dunk. In an attempt to block Crockett’s dunk, he fouled the Red Raider. Smart’s momentum took him into the stands behind the […]

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