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Chad Ochocinco Trade Is Not A "Reclamation Project" (Pats Pulpit): Bill Belichick made waves on Wednesday, acquiring Bengals wideout Chad Ochocinco and Redskins defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth to kick off training camp. Haynewsworth has some work to do, but according to Greg Knopping, Ochocinco is not a project player.
World History According to Tim Wakefield: Past, Present, and Future (Over The Monster): Tim Wakefield has practically been around since the beginning of time, and he's been around for some of the greatest moments of history (and will be around to make more history for hundreds of years). We're semi kidding.
Bruins Led NHL In Quick-Strike Goal Defense (Stanley Cup Of Chowder): Believe it or not, Claude Julien's team led the league in quick-strike goal defense, and our own Ryan Durling at SCOC has the details.
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Fixing The NBA: Evaluate The Age Limit (CelticsBlog): Jeff Clark is on a rampage to fix the NBA, and his latest piece looks at the age limit in the NBA and how the NBA should look into it again.
Boston College Varsity Club Hall Of Fame: Romanowski, Leetch And DeFilippo Highlight 2011 Inductees (BC Interruption): Simply put, here's the list of 2011 inductees into the BC Varsity Club Hall Of Fame.
Your 2011 UConn Football Commercial, Now With 100% More Uncomfortable Coach P Facial Expressions (The UConn Blog): Here's a look at the 2011 UConn Football commercial over at The UConn Blog.
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