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Roundup: Miami tops men's basketball

(01/31/10 7:02pm)

The Eastern Michigan men’s basketball team closed the gap on a first-half lead by Miami University (Ohio), but couldn’t get over the hump, losing to its Mid-American Conference opponent 61-51. The Eagles (10-10, 2-5) kept it close in the opening minutes, as the game was tied with 14:40 left in the half. Miami (8-13, 5-3) started to make its run soon after, scoring 31 first-half points compared to 14 for EMU.


Roundup: Men's basketball topples Akron; football has 24 new players for roster in 2010

(02/03/10 7:24pm)

The Eastern Michigan University men’s basketball team defeated Mid-American Conference East Division leader Akron, 62-59, on Monday. The Eagles (11-10, 3-5) were led by forward Jay Higgins, as he hit five 3-pointers en route to 17 points. It marked the seventh time this season Higgins has scored in double figures and represented his highest point total in conference play thus far.


Commentary: Manning will guide Colts to Super Bowl title

(02/03/10 7:43pm)

Hypothetically, the Indianapolis Colts could be knocking on the door of the hallowed record of perfection heading into the Super Bowl. The Colts stormed through the regular season, winning 14 straight games until Jim Caldwell decided to rest his starters for the last two contests. Had the first-year coach decided to play his starters the whole game against the Jets in week 16, we could be looking at a run not seen since the 1972 Dolphins’ 17-0 season of NFL lore.


Commentary: A cool Brees set to blow through Miami

(02/03/10 7:45pm)

The New Orleans Saints will be Super Bowl champions. Yes, the same team that was once dubbed “the Aint’s” will soon be seen hoisting the Lombardi Trophy for the first time in the franchise’s 42-year history after they defeat the Indianapolis Colts. Don’t believe me? Well let’s take a closer look at the NFC champions who once flirted with perfection this season to see just what makes this team so special.