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NBA great Clyde Drexler can foresee a league franchise being based in London, maybe even within the next decade.
The Boss' old office at Steinbrenner Field is being used, again.
The three New York area Big East schools all had new coaches to start the season. Steve Lavin, Mike Rice and Kevin Willard have made it to the halfway point, each trying to turn around a program in what is without argument the best conference in the country.
Other than asking for the heat to be turned up in the billion-dollar stadium, Ben Roethlisberger puts a happy face on a snowy media day.
Carey Price wasn't thrown off by having to miss morning skate. Brian Gionta wasn't thrown off by anything.
There is a tradition at Saint Joseph's for fans to cheer "The Hawk Will Never Die!"
The city of Minneapolis and the Minnesota Timberwolves have jumped into a growing line of parties seeking public help to resolve their stadium situations in the Twin Cities.
The Indiana Pacers have replaced their coach, but they'll keep team president Larry Bird at least through the season.
Rich Rodriguez was convinced the worst was behind him at Michigan, that better days were coming after three tumultuous seasons. Much better. "Exponentially" better, as he put it.