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  • FLASHBACK: In 2000, Parkland girls basketball coach Phil Armstrong joins the 300-win club

    FLASHBACK: In 2000, Parkland girls basketball coach Phil Armstrong joins the 300-win club
    A weekly look back at sports in the Lehigh Valley, in anniversaries of multiples of five years. January 26 2005—John Donmoyer becomes the third local member of the 500-win club among boys basketball coaches when Moravian Academy beats...
  • Pete Carroll: Wrong Coach For Pats, Right Coach For Seahawks

    PHOENIX — When Bill Parcells decided that he wanted to shop for his own groceries, the Patriots looked for the anti-Tuna. Owner Robert Kraft found it in Pete Carroll, a youthful, enthusiastic coach who was two years removed from a disastrous...
  • Ravens continue strategy of hiring assistants with head-coaching experience

    Ravens continue strategy of hiring assistants with head-coaching experience
    As Ravens coach John Harbaugh looked this month for an offensive coordinator yet again, he returned to a familiar script that has emerged. Like all of his previous offensive coordinator hires, Harbaugh selected a former head coach, Marc Trestman. To...
  • Hack@UCF and New England Patriots: Champ & Chump

    Champ Hack@UCF — As Americans conduct more business online and leave their virtual fingerprints in cyberspace, the need grows to build networks impenetrable to cyber-scofflaws. Enter Hack@UCF, UCF's squad of cyber security experts in training....
  • Richard Sherman Critical Of Goodell-Kraft Relationship, Patriots 'Resume'

    Richard Sherman Critical Of Goodell-Kraft Relationship, Patriots 'Resume'
    PHOENIX — Relishing no longer being in the "villain" role, Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman is painting his team's Super Bowl opponent as occupying that position. He also doubts that the Patriots will be punished by the NFL if they are found...
  • Super Bowl Media Day: The art of saying little to nothing

    Super Bowl Media Day: The art of saying little to nothing
    PHOENIX (AP) — This is not a story about Super Bowl Media Day. Thank God. This IS a story about the story of Super Bowl Media Day. It's a story about the media covering other media pretending to cover players and coaches for the Patriots and...
  • Patriots, Bill Belichick at the center of 'Deflategate'

    Bill Belichick's news conferences are legendary. The New England Patriots coach is comically unwilling to offer a hint of useful information. His clipped responses come in mumbles and unenthusiastic shrugs, particularly after games. He is as bland and...
  • "Deflategate" Is Latest in Long Line of Gates

    It was certainly expected that the controversy surrounding the Patriot's alleged use of under-inflated footballs would be dubbed deflategate. You can accuse the media of a lot of things but originality isn't one of them. Another thing you can't accuse...
  • Bill Belichick's Reputation Takes Another Hit With Deflated Balls

    Add underinflated footballs to the list of incidents giving Bill Belichick a reputation for guile and playing above the rules. Softer footballs wouldn't explain all of a rout that earned the New England Patriots a spot in the Super Bowl. But it's...
  • What trick will Belichick pull from his hoodie sleeve next?

    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick has long been a fan of trick plays. Some of them are even legal. But he won't be alone in next week's Super Bowl: Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll also went deep in his playbook to...
  • All 3 NFL games in London next season to have early kickoffs

    All 3 NFL games in London next season to have early kickoffs
    LONDON -- All three NFL games in London next season will have early afternoon kickoffs in the U.K., meaning fans back in the U.S. will have to get up early to watch. The NFL announced Thursday that the Nov. 1 game between the Detroit Lions and Kansas...