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Around The Hub, Jan. 9: Dissecting The Tendencies Of Tim Tebow

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.

Film Breakdown: Tim Tebow's Tendencies - Pats Pulpit

After the Broncos defeated the Steelers 29-23 in an overtime thriller, Tim Tebow and his team are set to come to Foxboro where they will face Tom Brady and the New England Patriots. Even though the Pats handled Tim Tebow already this season, Richard Hill of Pats Pulpit gives us a look into Tebow's tendencies as a quarterback.

Ray Allen's Hot Start: A Brief Look At A Living Legend - Celtics Blog

Even though the Celtics sit at 4-4, shooting guard Ray Allen continues to impress many with his hot start from the field. In his debut post for Celtics Blog, Josh Zavadil takes a look back at Ray Allen's history as a player and explains why the C's are employing a living legend.

The Noon Number 1/9/12 - Stanley Cup of Chowder

Despite giving up four power play goals in Saturday's 4-3 loss the the Vancouver Canucks, the Boston Bruins still rank among the top teams in the NHL in terms of killing off penalties. As Stanley Cup of Chowder's Peter MacKellar tells us in today's Noon Number, there's no reason to fear the B's penalty killing unit.

Quick Thoughts On Aaron Cook - Over The Monster

Over the weekend, the Boston Red Sox reached an agreement with former Colorado Rockies starting pitcher Aaron Cook on a minor league contract. With Cook likely to compete for the final spot in the Boston rotation, Ben Buchanan of Over the Monster gives his own insight on this signing for the Red Sox.

Revolution Sign John Lozano, Fernando Cardenas - The Bent Musket

With the MLS offseason in full swing, transfers are all around us. Over the weekend, the New England Revolution agreed with international players John Lozano and Fernando Cardenas. Steve Stoehr of The Bent Musket has the scoop.

Feinstein's "ACC Expansion Killed Basketball" Column Misses The Mark - BC Interruption

In 2004, the Atlantic Coast Conference made a big decision by expanding their teams with the addition of Virginia Tech, Miami, and Boston College. Over at BC Interruption, Brian Favat has a rebuttle to national columnist John Feinstein's recent notion that the ACC's expansion in 04' "killed basketball".

Andre Drummond Says He'll Be Back Next Year - The UConn Blog

Most recently, UConn freshman phenom Andre Drummond told head coach Jim Calhoun that he will be return for his sophomore season next year. As Andrew Porter of The UConn Blog writes, don't believe it just quite yet.