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Around The Hub, Feb. 1: Tom Brady, The Avenger

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.

Super Bowl Patriots Vs. Giants: Brady The Avenger - Richard Hill, Pats Pulpit

With Super Bowl XLVI upon us, one thing that has got to be on the New England Patriots' mind: Revenge. Richard Hill at Pats Pulpit takes a look at the stats that seem to suggest Brady and Belichick traditionally are good a avenging past losses.

The Celtics Are Soft In The Middle - Jeff Clark, Celtics Blog

While the Boston Celtics were able to pick up their eleventh win on Wednesday night, their primary center, Jermaine O'Neal ended with a quiet six points and three rebounds. As Jeff Clark of Celtics Blog points out, the Celtics are very soft in the middle and might need some help.

The Red Sox Not-So-Secret Weapon - Matthew Kory, Over The Monster

There's been a lot of talk about who will fill the final spot in the Boston Red Sox' pitching rotation. Roy Oswalt? Edwin Jackson? At Over The Monster, Matthew Kory has another idea, and he's already on the roster.

The Noon Number 2/1/12 - Peter MacKellar, Stanley Cup Of Chowder

In case you didn't know, Boston Bruins defenseman Dennis Seidenberg scored an amazing goal from center ice that ultimately was the go ahead goal in a game against the Ottawa Senators. As Peter MacKellar tells us in today's Noon Number, Seidenberg has a knack for scoring the game winner.

Revolution Pass On Monsef Zerka, Show Zero Ambition - Steve Stoehr, The Bent Musket

On Wednesday, a report was published that suggested that Revs head coach Jay Heaps had no intention of bringing back goal scorer Monsef Zerka to the team in 2012. Over at The Bent Musket, Steve Stoehr voices his frustrations about why Zerka wasn't brought back.

Boston College Football Recruiting Class 2012: Evaluating The Class - Brian Favat, BC Interruption

Wednesday was National Signing Day in College Football, a day that saw 16 prospects sign on with the Boston College Eagles. Brian Favat at BC Interruption breaks down the Class of 2012.

Friends With Bennies: Casual Hoyas And The Georgetown Hoyas - Andrew Porter, The UConn Blog

As he does before every Big East tilt, Andrew Porter over at The UConn Blog exchanges questions with the opposing team's SB Nation blog. Today, Porter talked with Casual Hoyas, to preview tonight's matchup with the Georgetown Hoyas.