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Send in the Goons

tommy neumann February 23, 2009 0

Sometimes when you’re watching sports on a boring day, the very unexpected can happen and you can’t believe what you are seeing. On Feb 22, 2005, controversy ensued when Temple University basketball coach John

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How the 1990 lockout led to Selig’s big payday

tommy neumann February 15, 2009 2

With all of the talk of Bud Selig’s $18.3 million salary, it’s interesting to look back at a time when the MLB commissioner made only $500,00 and the highest paid player was Rickey Henderson

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Going Old School: February 8, 1986

tommy neumann February 6, 2009 0

This will be a weekly column to highlight some of the classic sports moments of our generation. So if you remember Don Mattingly hitting six grand slams during the 1987 season or Andre Agassi

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Football for Patriots

tommy neumann January 24, 2009 2

SCP welcomes our newest writer, Tommy Neumann. Tommy brings a socially focused approach to much of his writing. Sometimes it’s funny as hell and other times it might be fit for The New Yorker.

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