Friday, December 13, 2013
News from April 25, 2013
And Boston sets a franchise record by winning its eighth straight series opener.
Home better be sweet for a team that dropped its first two playoff games to the formidable Knicks.
It's the first time since the 1970 merger of the NFL and AFL that offensive tackles went 1-2.
In France, the Senate holds hearings on ways to fight doping in the sport.
Foul trouble and a sore hip stifled Kevin Garnett in Game 2, and now Boston is in a perilous position.
Ian Edgecomb gets the big goal again as Yarmouth follows a last-minute winner in the opener with an OT victory.
Boston has lost 5 of 6 but is still tied with Montreal for first place in the Northeast Division.
High School Football 2013
Monmouth comes up just short
Dolphins will try for 2nd straight week to prevent celebration