Posted on: April 10, 2008 12:31 am
Edited on: April 10, 2008 12:32 am


Great to see a resurgage of sorts in sports in the city. The 6ers out of no where are going to the playoff. I ask my friends in Baltimore to name a player on the team and they can't. Great testiment to Mo and job he has done this year. Staying with hoops, it looked as if no Big 5 teams where going to dance this year. Three went, when Temple pulled off the A-10 championsip againgst St Joe, and the strongest of the three might have been tha last one in Nova. Why Fran left Penn , I have no clue. Penn replaces him with with a coach with under a .500 record at Brown. Who made that move? my, hoe both Priceton and Penn have declined over the past few years. The Flyers are also back! facing a cap team that has been absent a tad longer, five years. I look for the big O to carry the Caps, and I am not talking about Olllie the Goalie. He is the best player in the league right now, sorry to all of the Sidny fans in Pitt. The Phild still need a pitcher and since they were so cheap ( as usual) and let polanco walk for that pwer hitting third basemen Bell , they have hole there also. Powand walking also leaves a big void. Can;t see then duplicating last year, when the power hitter on the team is trying for 200 Ks a year. We shall wait and see what goes down, but what a pleasure to see all three teans viable at the same time. PS~~~~last thought of the night, Temple will go bowling and Gordon will wind up trying to clean up the once proud program at PSU. <table cellspacing="1" cellpadding="3" width="100%" border="0"> <tbody> <tr class="bg2"> <td valign="middle" align="center"> </td> </tr> </tbody> </table>

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