Category: Sports

Coyotes Still Scoreless At Home; Lose 3-0 To Sabres

GLENDALE, AZ- The Arizona Coyotes returned home after a home-and-home series against the Anaheim Ducks, where they split the series 1-1.  They finally got the lid off the net for the season in Anaheim after big goals by Dylan Strome and Brad Richardson.

So for Saturday night, they returned to the friendly confines of Gila River Arena to take on the Buffalo Sabres.  Unfortunately though, the lid on the net was still very tight.

The Sabres would open up the scoring early in the first period (2:45) with his first goal of the season, upper right corner of the net.  It was assisted by Jeff Skinner and Even Rodrigues.

Buffalo would add a second goal in the first period (18:06) …

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Tulane Media Day Recap: Depth, Filling Lost Production and Defense

NEW ORLEANS, L.A. — After two weeks of preseason practice, Tulane Basketball held their annual Media Day at Avron B. Fogelman Arena in the Devlin Fieldhouse. Head Coach Mike Dunlevy took the podium to address members of the New Orleans media and answer questions. Tulane forward Samir Sehic and guard Caleb Daniels were also available to take questions after Coach Dunleavy’s time at the podium.

Tulane Media Day did not include an open practice for members of the New Orleans media, but there was still a lot for Tulane Head Coach Mike Dunleavy to talk about in regards to the previous and upcoming season. The topics included team depth, replacing Melvin Frazier Jr. and Cameron Reynolds, potential candidates for Tulane’s

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Grit, Determination, and Confidence

99,000 fans literally shake Kyle Field as the Texas A&M Aggies get ready to take on the 13th ranked Kentucky Wildcats. It’s game 6 of the season and Jimbo Fisher has begun to win over the Aggie faithful. If you ask fans what the biggest difference between Fisher and Sumlin is, the answer will surprise you.

Its not Jimbo’s offensive or defensive strategy that has endeared him to fans. It’s his ability to explain what he is doing and why. Watch one press conference and you will see Jimbo doing his best to communicate. Fans appreciate it. Despite two tough losses the Aggies have shown grit, determination, and confidence. These qualities were on display against Kentucky.

It’s a tough …

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Coyotes Shut Out In Home Opener; Still Scoreless On Season

GLENDALE, AZ- With a complete sell-out of over 17,000 fans, the Arizona Coyotes took to the ice in their home opener against the Anaheim Ducks.  Arizona came into their home opener after losing their first game of the season to the Dallas Stars on Thursday night, 3-0.

So the first thing that I was wondering heading into tonight’s matchup was who was going to score the first goal of the season for the Coyotes?  Unfortunately, that question went unanswered as they were shutout tonight by the final score of 1-0.

It wasn’t for the lack of trying on the part of the Coyotes offense as they pounded the puck toward the Ducks Goaltender, John Gibson to the tune of 41 …

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Eno Benjamin Sets New School Record In Arizona State Win!

[Tempe, AZ] Arizona State came into tonight’s matchup having lost their last two games against ranked Washington, and unranked San Diego State.  Herm Edwards had to put together a good game plan to try and get the Sun Devils back on track.  However, his young team has played very well at home this season, which included an upset victory over ranked Michigan State.

Arizona State received the ball after a touchback on the kickoff to start off the game.  Wilkins would start out by looking for his star wide receiver, N’Keal Harry early and often, sprinkled in with a little Benjamin (pun intended) running the rock.  The Devils would drive all the way down to the Oregon State 10-yard line …

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