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Around The Hub: Red Sox Wild Card Lead Evaporates, Coping With Patriots Losses

Don't have a lot of time to catch up on all of today's Boston sports news? Around The Hub brings you the latest stories from all seven of our regional blogs covering the Bruins, Celtics, Patriots, Red Sox, Revolution, Boston College and UConn.

The Morning After - Over the Monster

Marc Normandin was lucky to have not been cognizant the last time the Red Sox epically collapsed, so he examines what it's like to suffer through the Red Sox disastrous month of September.

Coping With Loss: Buffalo Edition - Pats Pulpit

Pats Pulpit gives you five reasons why you shouldn't be too alarmed with the Patriots 38-31 loss to the Buffalo Bills last Sunday. Among them is the theory that Tom Brady will NEVER be that bad again for the rest of the year.

Boston College Hockey Tabbed Hockey East Favorites - BC Interruption

Despite the loss of a number of key contributors to the NHL or to graduation, the BC Eagles mens hockey team was installed as the pre-season pick to win the Hockey East Conference for the third year in a row. The Eagles are also ranked 5th nationally.

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Off Season Reboot: Building A Roster - CelticsBlog

With the slightest glimmer of hope that progress is being made toward ending the NBA lockout, the crew at CelticsBlog gives their thoughts on what they would do to fill the holes on the C's roster

Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Game This Weekend - The Bent Musket

This weekend the New England Revolution will welcome in the Seattle Sounders to Gillette Stadium. This won't be any ordinary game for the Revs though as the pitch will be decked out in pink to promote Breast Cancer Awareness.

The Round Up 9/27: Dan Malloy On Expansion - The UConn Blog

Connecticut Governor Dan Malloy gives his opinions on what he thinks UConn should do in the midst of the madness that is college football expansion. Plus, a slew of other Husky related links to peruse.