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Eric Devendorf helps Melbourne Tigers to victory in Top End Challenge |
Devendorf helped the Melbourne Tigers post a 99-90 victory over the Adalaide 36ers in the Top End Challenge, a tuneup tournament for the National Basketball League of Australia.

National Basketball League: Al Westover Blog
I think that Devendorf has a unique personality and may prove to be a favourite with the crowd, he is very competitive and very talented.

Grading The Orange At The Quarter Pole | Otto's Army
Four games in there have been a few bright spots, but there’s plenty of room for improvement. So here we are. Heading into the bye week, right where we expected to be, 3-1.

Ernie Davis Memories - WETM 18 Online
Principal of the Ernie Davis Middle School, Derek Almy, says the taped recordings will help share not only what kind of an athlete davis was, but also what kind of a person his was.

Syracuse University Athletics - Smith is a Campbell Trophy Semifinalist
Senior linebacker Derrell Smith is one of 47 William V. Campbell Trophy semifinalists the National Football Foundation (NFF) announced today. Formerly known as the Draddy Trophy, the Williams V. Campbell Trophy is college football’s premier scholar-athlete award.

What's with the TCU to the Big East leaks? - On the Banks
Any semblance of long-term strategy, or yielding to proportionality and putting more of an emphasis on football is completely out of the question. Is there any universe where it's plausible that the non-football schools would put themselves at a 9-8 voting disadvantage by bringing in another all-sports member?

College Football Buffet, Week 5: Florida Vs. Alabama, Stanford Vs. Oregon Are Must-Eats -
A preview of the college football weekend ahead, which is lead by two marque match-ups: Florida vs. Alabama and Stanford vs. Oregon.

Syracuse University Athletics - Orange on National TV Three Times in 2010-11
Three Syracuse Orange women's basketball games will be aired as part of the BIG EAST Conference's 2010-11 television package the league announced today. Syracuse’s game against Rutgers on January 11 and SU’s games at Marquette on January 22 and at Rutgers on February 6 will all be televised.

Don't get greedy, Mulcahy.