Monday, October 25, 2010

Monday, Monday...Links!

New England Patriots running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis (42) runs for a nine-yard gain against the San Diego Chargers in the first half of their NFL football game in San Diego, California October 24, 2010.   REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL)

The Patriots hung on to beat the Bolts in San Diego.

Ian Rapoport explains why the game never should have been as close as it was.

The Patriots offense struggled against the Chargers defense for most of the day.

Check out the rest of Ian's reports at the Rap Sheet.

The Black Bears picked up a much-needed win at Rhode Island, even though they played short handed for most of the game.

An assistant coach at Maine Maritime Academy died in a car accident over the weekend.

Montell Owens tried to keep the Jaguars special teams from making a mistake, but it happened anyways.

Michael Silverman douses much of the Red Sox off-season with pessimism.

Former Sea Dog David Murphy is on his way to the World Series, but caught a cleat in the back of the head during the celebration Friday night.

UMaine hockey served notice to the country that "they're back" with a sweep of the #2 team in the nation this past weekend.

Johnny Boychuk will be out for a month with a hand injury.

The Maineiacs picked up a win.

The Pirates picked up a win against Bridgeport.

High School
For the best high school sports coverage in the state straight from the source, check out Michael Hoffer at The Forecaster, the new Sun Journal Varsity, the Bangor Daily News and MBR.Org.


easyCREAM said...

Great win for New England, bad day for Chris Brown. Did that 5 yd penalty cause him to miss that? It couldn't have helped. I am a little worried that we couldn't capitalize on more offensive opportunities. The Pats could have put up another 21 pts. Practice up guys! We're going to the playoffs, LETS WIN THE AFC CHAMPIONSHIP!


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