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Wednesday, 05 September 2018 10:53

The Brice-Cowell Musket returns to UMaine

ORONO - It’s an old flintlock rifle made by a guy named Ebenezer Nutting sometime in the 1700s and named after a couple of coaches who did their best work during the Coolidge administration. It was largely forgotten for decades until Jack Cosgrove made it a thing again during his tenure as boss of the Black Bears. Oh, and it’s spent the better part of the last decade and a half on a shelf in Durham, New Hampshire, providing a tangible reminder to the Wildcats of their domination of the football rivalry with the neighboring state university.

And now, it’s found a new/old home in Orono, after a 35-7 opening night stunner by the Black Bears in the “Thursday Throwdown.”

Published in Sports
Tuesday, 23 January 2018 17:45

NSMA names annual award winners

Kimball, Cyr named Maine’s Sportscaster, Sportswriter of the Year

Published in Sports
Wednesday, 14 December 2016 13:45

Hot Stove brings hot takes

WZON hosts 13th annual Hot Stove Night

Published in Sports
Wednesday, 31 August 2016 10:37

The Sports Edge #Hunters

The #Hunters hashtag was adopted not long after Joe Harasymiak was named as the head coach of University of Maine Black Bear football, becoming the youngest Division I coach in the country at age 29. It was clear from day one that the former defensive coordinator was going to bring the aggressive, confident approach that has been a hallmark of the 'Black Hole' defense to the entire team.

Published in The Sports Edge
Wednesday, 24 August 2016 13:37

A very wiffle weekend

Taking the field at Wayne's Wiffle for a Wish

BANGOR There's something wonderful about having a great time for a great cause, and that's just what I did this past weekend.

Published in Sports
Wednesday, 24 August 2016 10:20

Brothers in Black Bear broadcasting

Rich Kimball and Bob Lucy enter 20th season calling UMaine football

ORONO On September 1, the University of Maine Black Bear football team will travel to Connecticut to take on the UConn Huskies.

Published in Cover Story
Wednesday, 20 July 2016 11:56

Say it ain't so, Tom

The Tom Brady saga appears to finally be over, ending not with a bang but with a whimper.

The future Hall of Famer opted to take his four game vacation and move on with his life, perhaps understanding that as time went on, this case became less about him and more about the ongoing power struggle between the commissioner's office and the NFL Players Association.

Published in The Sports Edge
Thursday, 07 July 2016 09:37

The Sports Edge - A Baseball Future

Baseball: 2056

As we get ready for the 2056 Intercontinental All-Star Game, it seems appropriate to look back to see just how far we've come in transforming the once-moribund game of baseball into the wildly popular global pastime of today.

Published in The Sports Edge
Wednesday, 22 June 2016 10:49

Sports as a microcosm of society at age 9

Several weeks ago, I shared some memories of summers in the days before youth sports exploded into a nearly mandatory way of life and I had a great response from people who remembered, as the great sports fan Barbra Streisand sang, 'the way we were.'

Published in The Sports Edge
Wednesday, 08 June 2016 11:23

The G.O.A.T.

It has been several days since the man known as 'The Greatest of All Time' shuffled off this mortal coil, when his broken body finally gave out in an Arizona hospital. As we've seen in the worldwide reaction, that physical end did nothing to kill the spirit of the larger-than-life phenomenon that was Muhammad Ali.

Published in The Sports Edge
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