Michael Green

Philadelphia Union and Toronto FC Slow Play to 1-1 Draw

Eight yellow cards and a red card were on display at PPL Park on Saturday, April 13th. In between the cards, numerous other penalties, and injury stoppages, the Toronto FC took on the Philadelphia Union on their home pitch. At half time, the two teams remained knotted in a 0-0 tie. The Union had many […]

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Soundgarden, Still Superwellknown, Rock Sold-Out Tower Theater

Rock legend Chris Cornell and Soundgarden first began thrilling fans with their live shows over 20 years ago. They were the first grunge band ever signed to a major label and along with their contemporaries Nirvana, Alice in Chains, and Pearl Jam, they helped define a generation of music in the early 1990’s. They had […]

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United They Stand, Divided Union Fall

It’s been a rough season for the Philadelphia Union. Coming off of their first post-season appearance last season, the team has since parted ways with 2011 coach Peter Nowak as well as fan favorites Faryd Mondragon, Sebastian Le Toux, Danny Mwanga, and Danny Califf. The Union now sit mired in a six game winless streak […]

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Luck of The Irish Declaws Wildcats in Overtime as Notre Dame Tops Villanova

The Villanova Wildcats squandered a 20 point first half lead (39-19), and lost to the surging Fighting Irish of Notre Dame 74-70 in overtime. Notre Dame won its eighth straight game to boost its record to 19-8 overall, 11-3 Big East. For the struggling Wildcats, it was another tough loss in a season full of […]

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Wildcats Batten Down the Hatches, Dispatch Pirates

It’s been rough sailing for Villanova this year. The Wildcats, and their fans, have become accustomed to Top 25 rankings, NCAA appearances, and 20+ wins over the past several seasons. Coming into their game with Seton Hall on Wednesday night at the Pavilion, Villanova sat at 8-10 (1-5 Big East). Seton Hall, on the other […]

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