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‘WE SUCK’: How a Group of Yale Students Used ‘The Game’ To Prank Harvard in the Best Way Possible
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Harvard vs. Yale. “The Game.” One of the oldest, most storied rivalries in college football history will play out its latest chapter in Cambridge this weekend. And for the first time ever, ESPN’s College Gameday will be on hand to showcase Ivy League fandom and the creative, irreverent tailgater signs for a nationwide audience. More

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Parlor Sports’ NBA Nerd Night Builds Community of Journalists, Trolls, and Basketball Addicts
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Somerville has developed a reputation as a hipster haven. Sure, you can find your microbreweries and your restaurants creating decadent meals using only local ingredients but there is one such gem in Somerville that makes itself unique in a world that hipsters aren’t usually associated with: sports. More

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RadioBDC Sports: Kevin Paul Dupont On Rask, Horton
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Kevin Paul Dupont from the Boston Globe joins me each Wednesday at 2 to talk Bruins hockey. It was nice to have a win to talk about this week, and talk we did–primarily about Tuukka Rask‘s amazing performance in net. We also discussed the sad news of former Bruin Nathan Horton facing an early retirement. Click through for the podcast. More

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From Hogwarts to College Campuses: This Is What Competitive Quidditch in Boston Looks Like
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Most people know quidditch from the Harry Potter franchise; wizards flying around on brooms, throwing balls through hoops and chasing a flying golden snitch. Fewer people may know of quidditch as a modernized sport played on college campuses nationwide. At first, this real life version can be played off as a bunch of nerds running around on brooms pretending to be wizards, but in reality it is a collection of club athletes playing a full contact co-ed sport. More

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The Bandwagoner: Expanding The NHL? Try Relocating Instead
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Welcome to The Bandwagoner, a weekly series in which we give a primer on recent sports stories for those unfamiliar with sports, or anything outside of Boston. Our goal is to make sure that you’re not studying your iPhone as much when that one person in your group says those fatal words, “So did you guys see that game?” More

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Curt Schilling Posts Grisly 2004 Ankle Injury Photo on Twitter to Quiet Ketchup Conspiracy Theorists
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Everyone remembers Curt Schilling’s gutsy performances in Game 6 of the ALCS and Game 2 of the World Series in 2004 — or at least they remember the blood seeping through his sock. But some conspiracy theorists claim the blood was fake, which led Schilling to post some truly gruesome photos of his ankle on Twitter today. More