BoopStats Archive: March, 2012

Haven't We Been Here Before

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This year's Final Four schools are no stranger to the final weekend, having reached the national semifinals a combined 49 times. Consider... Read more

The E Street Band's Delaware Valley Roll Call

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Today, we take a temporary reprieve from the world of fun and games and concentrate on the world of Rock 'N' Roll. Wednesday and Thursday... Read more

Which Chase Returns?

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The question of "when" Chase Utley returns is one of the problems the 2012 Phillies are facing, but the more important question may be "which"... Read more

Flyers Still Flying in March

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Before Monday's loss, the Flyers had a chance to tie their team record for most points recorded in March. Now, with two games left in the month... Read more

A Bryz Run Like Bernie's

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Ilya Bryzgalov has allowed two or fewer goals in 11 consecutive starts. The Elias Sports Bureau says that he is the first Flyer to do that... Read more

Sixers Divided By (Final) Four

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You can probably expect some trash-talking on the part of a couple Sixers this week, except it may not be towards their opponents, but toward... Read more

Sixers' San Antonio Slide

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The Sixers haven't won in San Antonio since January of 2004. A look at how they have fared there since: Date Result Sixers Leading Scorer Jan... Read more

Don't Cry For Temple

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“Juan ‘Pepe’ Sanchez with a jump shot.” — Davidson coach Bob McKillop in 2008, describing new Temple recruit... Read more

The Pitonovan Three Ball Count

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We're going to go out on a limb and suggest you might see more than a few three-pointers in Saturday's first regional final (Louisville vs... Read more

Looking at the Sixers' Slides

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On the surface, the Sixers' recent 6-12 slide looks a lot like their 3-13 start to last season. Statistically, it's not even close. Statistically... Read more