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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.

  • 12 2019 October

    Temple Upsets No. 23 Memphis

    October 12, 2019 – PHILADELPHIA — Temple Owls pulled off another upset win over a ranked team by beating the #23 Memphis Tigers 30-28 at Lincoln Financial Field. The Owls took advantage of four Tiger...

  • 05 2019 October

    Penn State easily beats Purdue

    October 5, 2019 – State College, PA — It’s always sunny in Happy Valley! Well not always – but Saturday was a beautiful day for football and Homecoming, capped off with a 35-7 win over...

  • 16 2019 September

    Flyers kick off the preseason vs NY Islanders

    September 16, 2019 – PHILADELPHIA — Hard to believe that we are kicking off the 2019-20 NHL season on an 85 degree day. The Flyers lost to the NY Islanders 3-1 in a very entertaining...

  • 14 2019 September

    Temple Football Upsets Maryland

    September 14, 2019 – PHILADELPHIA — Relentless Defense.  Temple Owls stymied a potent Maryland Terrapin offense to claim a 20-17 upset win at Lincoln Financial Field.  An estimated crowd of over 30,000 fans saw the...

  • 09 2019 September

    Penn State overcomes slow start to dominate Buffalo

    September 7, 2019 – State College, PA — Penn State played host to the visiting Buffalo Bulls on a cool night in Happy Valley, and overcame a halftime deficit to win 45-13.   The 7:30pm game...

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Phillies Crap Out Against Dice-K

May 23, 2010 | 0 Comments

Independent Philly was at Citizen’s Bank Park on Saturday Night as the Phillies took on the Boston Redsox in the second inter-league game of 2010. The Phillies roughed up the Redsox on Friday night behind another good outing by Cole Hamels. Daisuke “Dice-K” Matsuzaka was on the mound for Boston facing Kyle Kendrick of the Phillies. David Ortiz (Boston’s DH) made a rare...

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Philadelphia Is Truly a Union City

May 15, 2010 | 0 Comments

Independent Philly was on hand (or perhaps “on foot” is more appropriate) Saturday afternoon as the Philadelphia Union took on FC Dallas in their second home game of the season at Lincoln Financial Field. The weather was just about perfect for the 4 PM start time and the over 25,000 fans in attendance were pumped...

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 Independent Philly was in the house on Monday, April 5th as President Obama threw out the first pitch at the Phillies opening game (in Washington vs. the Nationals) and Roy “Doc” Halladay was on the mound for the Phillies in his first official game in a Philadelphia uniform.  The Fightins fell behind 1-0 before taking the lead 2-1...

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