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7 Philly Sports Coaches Share Their Best Time Management Tips

Philadelphia coaches are no strangers to the long hours and high-stress environments that come with college and professional sports. While everyone knows how many hours […]

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Can Villanova Basketball Survive Its Success?

Jay Wright sees only one potential obstacle keeping Villanova’s basketball team from maintaining the trademark culture that has produced two national titles in the past […]

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The Best Thing That Happened This Week: Who Let the Dog Out?

So we’re all used to how colleges have animal mascots who go to games as good-luck charms: There’s Stella, the Temple Owl; Uga, the Georgia […]

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Penn’s Beloved Palestra Turns 90 Years Old

The first thing Tom Izzo did was apologize. It was Saturday afternoon. His Michigan State Spartans had just lost to the Penn State Nittany Lions, […]

Birds 24/7

Three College Football Players To Watch During Tonight’s National Championship Game

Brace yourselves for the grand finale, as Clemson and Alabama meet once again in the College Football Playoff National Championship game. Last year in Glendale, […]

Saquon Barkley
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Could Penn State Be a Contender Next Season?

Penn State had a weird season. The Nittany Lions weren’t seen as one of the top teams in the country when the college football season […]

Josh Hart
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Villanova Could Win Another National Title This Season

It looked like Temple might make a game of it. Four minutes into the second half on Tuesday night, the Owls trailed by 10. But […]

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Penn State to Honor Joe Paterno at Game vs. Temple

Penn State will honor Joe Paterno before its home game against Temple this season, according to a press release about the season’s promotional schedule. On […]

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Temple Is Trying to Get Into the Big 12

Temple’s athletic team is trying to join the big boys. There are five “power conferences” in college sports: ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12 and […]

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6-Year-Olds Will Be in College When Temple Plays Oklahoma

The Temple football team is on a bit of a hot streak. The team opened 7-0 last year, beating Penn State, and finished 10-4. The […]

Be Well Philly

A Viewer’s Guide to the 2016 Penn Relays

Then Penn Relays kick off tomorrow! Below, everything you need to know, from how to get there to where park to where to sit to […]

City Life

Why This Princeton Football Team Won’t Be Suiting Up Next Season

Back in 2010, Stephen Bednar, a former Princeton sprint football player (class of 1960), ignited a firestorm by penning a letter to the editor of the […]

Villanova Wildcats head coach Jay Wright celebrates after winning 2016 national championship title.
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The Guy Who Won Coach of the Year Gave His Award to Jay Wright

Artwork by Phil Martelli. Still unclaimed. Me or @APgelston may pocket it. pic.twitter.com/mLVW5HUueD — Dave Zeitlin (@DaveZeitlin) April 12, 2016 The Big 5 held its […]

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How Villanova Can Win the National Title Tonight

The Simpsons are rooting for the Villanova Wildcats. Who knows why — maybe because Simpsons executive producer Matt Selman has a Philly connection (he went […]

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The Best Thing That Happened This Week: ’Nova, Never a Doubt