Tuesday, November 09, 2010

Tuesday: Where The Power Is Actually On

Cleveland Browns players dump a cooler of Gatorade on head coach Eric Mangini near the end of a 34-14 win against the New England Patriots on November 07, 2010 in Cleveland. UPI / David Richard Photo via Newscom

The Patriots need a kicker, and amazingly, they aren't calling Scott Sisson, Tony Franklin, or Matt Bahr.

Is it possible Sunday's game was necessary for the development of this young team?

Ian Rapoport breaks down the Patriots offensive struggles.

Tom Brady joins Under Armour after his deal with Nike ends.

The Celtics lost a tough one in Dallas.

Etienne Brodeur was named the Pine Tree Pucks player of the week.

Justin Pelletier has a two part series on the state of the QMJHL. he also sat down with Maineiacs majority owner Mark Just.

Pawtucket is going to need a new manager.

High School
Check out the 1st in a series of Mr. Sparky America's On Time Electrician Spark of the Game Previews.

For the best high school sports coverage in the state straight from the source, check out Michael Hoffer at The Forecaster and MBR.Org. Don't forget, the 2010 Maine High School Football Championships Presented by Messer Truck Equipment, will be broadcast November 20th 2010 LIVE from Fitzpatrick Stadium in Portland.

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