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Morning Coffee! St. John's Ousted From NCAA Tournament

Good morning, New York-area sports fans! NCAA basketball, a crucial loss by the New Jersey Devils, a victory by the New York Knicks, a loss by the New Jersey Nets, an exclusive interview with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. Yes, there is a lot to get to today, so let's not waste any more time.

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NCAA Tournament: he season is over for the St. John's Red Storm, 86-71 losers to Gonzaga Thursday night in the second round of the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament. Overall, Big East Conference teams won four of their six games on Thursday. Five more Big East teams, including the Syracuse Orange, are in action today as the second round concludes.

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NFL: Commissioner Roger Goodell conducted an exclusive interview with SB Nation football writers on Thursday. Goodell talked about a wide range of issues, from the NFL Lockout to proposed changes to the kickoff rule.

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NBA: The New York Knicks ended a three-game losing streak on Thursday with an easy victory over Memphis. The New Jersey Nets had their five-game winning streak snapped by the Chicago Bulls.

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NHL: The New Jersey Devils saw their playoff hopes suffer a blow Thursday night with a loss to the Ottawa Senators. The Devils are running out of time in their bid to gain the final Eastern Conference playoff berth.

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