Soft Pretzel Logic Archive: November, 2009

Georgetown-Temple aftermath

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Georgetown 46, Temple 45: Inquirer | Daily News | Washington Post | Mike Wise | Washington Times WASHINGTON - If you followed my live blog... Read more

Game 3: Georgetown 46, Temple 45

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WASHINGTON - Greetings from the Verizon Center, where we're set for a game full of interesting matchups. In the frontcourt, Lavoy Allen will... Read more

Banner: Corner seats at Linc 'are removable' for soccer

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Philadelphia Union CEO Nick Sakiewicz, Phillies president David Montgomery, Eagles president Joe Banner and Philadelphia mayor Michael Nutter... Read more

Game 2: Villanova 103, Penn 65

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With a correction from the orginal version, couresty of longtime Penn statistician Stu Stuss. Well, that was pretty gruesome, wasn't it. If... Read more

California, Pittsburgh like Temple football

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Temple got 23 points in this week's AP football poll. That's the equivalent of 33rd place, higher than Georgia and Oklahoma among others. Looking... Read more

Penn-Harvard aftermath

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Penn 17, Harvard 7: My Inquirer recap | New York Times | Boston Globe Postgame reactions from players and coaches on both teams are in the... Read more

Live blog: Penn 17, Harvard 7

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It's over. Penn has its first Ivy League football championship in six years. BOSTON - Let's get this out of the way first: it's absolutely... Read more

Game 1: Saint Joseph's 77, Drexel 67 (OT)

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Inquirer recap | Box score | Enhanced box score Postgame audio is below, including an interview with Joe Lunardi looking ahead to the season... Read more

Philadelphia Union unveils home jersey

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What do you think? I like it, especially the navy blue. And the stripe reminds me of Ajax a bit. Read more

The Schuylkill 16 2009-10: Opening Week

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This isn't really a preseason version of the poll, because the season is already underway. And it's not really fair to call it a Week 1 poll... Read more