What Tebow means for Sanchez

I’m not breaking any news here saying that Tim Tebow is joining the New York Jets, but amidst the drama of that deal is the reality that the Jets’ current starting QB, Mark Sanchez, is under increased pressure to perform. And typically when Sanchez comes under pressure, criticism or otherwise has reason to be worried, my photo of him turns …

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Rodriguez named nation’s best

Army’s Andrew Rodriguez joined elite company on Tuesday when he was named the winner of the Sullivan Award as the nation’s most outstanding amateur athlete. The honor has been presented annually since 1930, and is based on character, leadership and sportsmanship.

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Temple’s Coyer in ESPN, CBS

My photo of Temple Owls quarterback Chris Coyer was featured on ESPN.com Tuesday in a Q&A with the team’s new starting QB. Coyer, who played parts of Temple’s game against Army last November at Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field, spoke about playing under a new offensive system and the Owls’ bowl win over Wyoming last year. Another shot I got of …

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NHL debut: Devils stun Islanders late

I stole Bruce Bennett’s personal work stool. I set up shop in the wrong media workroom. I edited my photos in Sparky the Dragon’s sweaty dressing room. And I was kind of hungry. That, and three goals in the last few minutes, was my experience last night in Uniondale as I shot my first NHL game, a 2-1 comeback win …

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The good and bad

Saturday night will prove a childhood theory of mine wrong: that you couldn’t pay me to watch the Islanders. Alas, it can be done. I’m getting a great opportunity to cover my first NHL game on March 10 when my two favorite teams face off on my favorite island — the Devils head to Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale …

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