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Bills Receiver Wants North Korea to Bomb Foxborough

As far as NFL comedians go, Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson is an envelope pusher. In a January 2012 game against the Patriots, he got […]

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Welcome to Boston, Jaromir Jagr

“I have two Stanley Cup rings. I don’t need more rings. I just need money and beaches and girls.” Jaromir Jagr, who the Bruins acquired […]

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Jackie Bradley Jr. Owned the Red Sox Opening Day Win

For the first time since 2010, the Red Sox won on Opening Day. Boston beat the Yankees, 8-2, in the Bronx. But really, the afternoon […]

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Remember When Mayor Menino Died in a Car Crash?

April Fool’s Day is upon us, which means we’ll spend the rest of the day being treated to an endless stream of pranks. As always, […]

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Deconstructing The Terribly Awkward ‘At Fenway’ Video

Earlier this week, the following monstrosity was posted to YouTube. It’s a new music video for the song “At Fenway,” by Brian Evans. The tune […]

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How Jeff Green Saved An Awful Night for Boston Sports Fans

It’s a sad day for Bruins fans. The trade that was supposed to send six-time NHL All-Star Jarome Iginla to Boston reportedly fell through early […]

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Bruins Fan Gets An Unidentified Flying Object In His Beer

During Monday night’s win over the Maple Leafs, Bruins assistant coach Geoff Ward tossed something—it looked like an ear piece—over his head. Whatever the thing […]

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Florida Gulf Coast’s Boston Connection

For a few more days at least, Florida Gulf Coast University will remain the most-beloved college basketball team in the nation. The Eagles are the […]

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Harvard’s NCAA Tournament Run Was Fun While It Lasted

The Harvard men’s basketball team’s short, magical run ended with a blowout loss to sixth-seeded Arizona on Saturday night, but not before it became the […]

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Harvard’s Stunning NCAA Tournament Upset Brings Out the Haters

Late Thursday night, Harvard pulled off the first truly stunning upset of the NCAA tournament, beating New Mexico, 68-62. The 14th-seeded Crimson prevailed despite pretty […]

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Meet The Champion Greyhound Named Rob Gronkowski

Rob Gronkowski has attracted lots of attention over the past few weeks, appearing on Busted Coverage and Boston.com. No, not that Rob Gronkowski. I’m talking […]

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Greg Bedard Is Leaving the Globe for Sports Illustrated

It’s been rumored for a while now, but Globe football columnist Greg A. Bedard is officially making the jump to Sports Illustrated. A few weeks […]

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A Stats Guru Explains How to Win Your NCAA Tournament Pool

Having trouble filling out your NCAA tournament bracket? Ed Feng, founder of The Power Rank, can help. The sports analytics website, which he created in […]

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Jeff Green Is the Silver Lining In Celtics Loss to the Heat

A few months ago, I briefly interviewed Jeff Green. Another reporter warned me that the Celtics forward might wear headphones during the conversation. When we […]

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Yet Another NCAA Tournament Without New England Teams

It’s a rough time for New England’s college basketball teams. Harvard is the only New England team in this year’s NCAA tournament. On Thursday, the […]