Thursday, October 7, 2010

Crossing the Atlantic: Mark Herzlich, Maryland, and ...tricycles?

"It's just a flesh wound." Boston College's Mark Herzlich reportedly has a broken hand. That's probably now going to stop him from playing, though. After fighting cancer, a broken hand shouldn't be that much of a problem. (BC Interruption)

Basketball item of the Day: Maryland's Jordan Williams has a spot on the  Wooden Award Preseason Watch List. (Testudo Times)

A tradition like no other. A look at the annual Georgia Tech Mini 500 Tricycle Race. Where students at the North Avenue try to prove their worth building and racing tricycles. These are the engineers of the future, sports fans. Be afraid, be very afraid. (From the Rumble Seat)

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