Morning Coffee! Wednesday First Cup Of New York Sports News

Good morning, New York sports fans! Here is your first look at what is making news today around the regional sports scene.

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Peyton Manning: Could Firing Of Bill Polian Lead Manning To New York Jets?: We take a look at how the great quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts could wind up with the New York Jets for the 2012 season. Unlikely? Sure. It is, however, a delicious scenario to think about.

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Seton Hall Upsets No. 8 UConn, 75-63 -- Should Crack Top 25 Now: The Pirates pull off a stunner, and might have played their way into the Top 25.

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NFL Playoffs 2012: New York Giants Vs. Atlanta Falcons In Wild-Card Game: We have all the info you need as you begin getting ready for the Giants-Falcons playoff game. Follow our StoryStream all week to stay updated.

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NFL Draft 2012: Mohamed Sanu Says He Will Enter Draft: SB Nation New York's Jared Smith looks at Sanu's draft prospects now that he has declared for the 2012 NFL Draft.

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Yankees' Rumors: Matt Garza or Edwin Jackson?: The Yankees are reportedly leaning toward signing Jackson as a free agent since the Chicago Cubs want a huge haul in a trade for Garza.

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Islanders At Hurricanes: New York Wins Third Straight With 4-3 Shootout Victory: Break up the Islanders! Shootout victory has them on a roll.

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