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Coverage of sporting events from around the Philadelphia area including College Football and Basketball from Temple, Villanova, and other area Universities, Philadelphia Soul, Philadelphia Union, and much, much more.

Villanova Basketball Media Day 2010

October 28th, 2010 The Villanova men’s basketball team held a Media Day practice at the Wells Fargo Center today and Independent Philly was there to speak with coaches and players and catch the beginning of practice. Villanova heads into the upcoming season ranked #6 in the Associated Press pre-season poll. Gone are Scottie Reynolds and […]

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Villanova Dukes It Out With James Madison To Earn The Wildcats A 14-7 Victory

On a picture-perfect day for football, the Villanova Wildcats hosted the Dukes of James Madison in a Colonial Athletic league homecoming contest on the Main Line. The Wildcats began the day with a record of 4- 2 after last week’s convincing win over the Maine Black Bears.   The Dukes of James Madison came into the game […]

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Temple Owls Barely Survive To Beat Bowling Green 28-27

On a blustery homecoming day (with wind gusts of 40+ MPH), the 4- 2 Temple Owls hosted the 1- 5 Bowling Green Falcons in a Mid- American conference matchup at Lincoln Financial Field. Temple, coming off of a 31 -17 loss at conference foe Northern Illinois, was trying to rebound and get back on track to ensure […]

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Philadelphia Continues Red October, Cincinnati Settles For Reds Octoberror

After dominating the Cincinnati Reds in a 4-0 win in game one behind Roy Halladay’s no-hitter (only the second in MLB post-season history) the Philadelphia Phillies sent Roy Oswalt to the mound on Friday night to face Bronson Arroyo in game two of the best of five series. Independent Philly was at Citizen’s Bank Park to catch the action first hand. While Halladay faced […]

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Philadelphia Phillies Playoff Predictions 2010 Edition (Update: Halladay Throws Game 1 No-Hitter)

The Philadelphia Phillies finished the 2010 Major League season with a 97-65 record, the best in all of baseball. After winning the World Series over the Rays in 2008 and losing last year’s World Series to the Yankees, the Phillies seem poised to make another run into late October/early November. Up first for the Fightins is the […]

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