Harvard Cancels Rest of Men’s Soccer Season

The Harvard men’s soccer team was inching toward an Ivy League title and a possible NCAA Tournament berth, but now, the Crimson will play no more this season… The Harvard Crimson on Twitter BREAKING: Harvard suspended the

Red Sox Pick Up Option on Clay Bucholz

The day after the World Series means that players are officially free agents and that player and team options can be exercised or declined. The Red Sox made two such decisions yesterday, declining the option on backup

NFL Games on in the 802/518 This Weekend

With the Patriots off this week, what games can we look forward to in the Burlington/Plattsburgh market this Sunday? As always, the good folks at 506 Sports have us covered: 506 Sports on Twitter Week 9 NFL

What the Film Says About the Giants (AUDIO)

The New York Giants have looked great at times this year, and awful at others. The G-Men are still over .500 in a highly competitive NFC East but face a tough in-division matchup this weekend with the

Celtics Should Not Retire Ray Allen’s Number (AUDIO)

Earlier this week, former Celtics star Ray Allen announced his retirement from the NBA. Former Celtics guard Rajon Rondo said that the organization should retire Allen’s number 20. Allen was instrumental in helping the 2007-08 Celtics win

Happy 225th Birthday, UVM!

Today is a special day in the City of Burlington as it is the 225th birthday of the University of Vermont! AEAC on Twitter Happy 225th birthday to @AmericaEast’s @uvmvermont! That is quite a few candles for

Who Should Theo Epstein Rescue Next?

Last night, Theo Epstein guaranteed himself a spot in the Baseball Hall of Fame, as he broke the Curse of the Billy Goat, ending the Cubs 108-year World Series drought. Theo Epstein was also the official architect

The Game that Saves Baseball?

Last night’s Game 7 of the World Series was one of the most incredible games I’ve ever seen. From the background to the game itself, it was unbelievable. It had high drama. It had one team come