Good morning, New York sports fans! Let's get right to our first look at the regional sports scene.
Which Is The Perfect New York Team To Root For? Now there is a question for you to ponder -- and make sure you have had your caffeine fix first. We aren't asking which team is your favorite -- using a complex scientific formula we are asking which team in the perfect one to root for. Do your calculations and vote in the poll.
U.S. Open Tennis 2011: Andy Roddick And Irina Falconi Carry Flag High For Americans On Day 3: Americans Andy Roddick and Irina Falconi advanced Wednesday night. Falconi, by the way, is a New Yorker so let's wish her well the rest of the tournament.
Phil Hughes Battered In Yankees' 9-5 Loss To Red Sox: Well, the Yankees were hoping Phil Hughes would establish himself as the better option than A.J. Burnett for the final spot in the pitching rotation. Instead, Hughes got knocked around as Boston won, assuring that the Red Sox will end the three-game series with the Yankees in first place in the American League East.
Crisp Mets Take Out Marlins, 3-2: Good pitching always makes a team look better. Wednesday night the maligned Mets' bullpen provided it with four shutout innings as New York topped Florida.
NFL Preseason: The New York Jets host the Philadelphia Eagles Thursday night and the New York Giants travel to Foxboro to face the New England Patriots as both teams finish their preseason schedules. We will have all your coverage right here. You can also visit Gang Green Nation (Jets) and Big Blue View (Giants) for more about your favorite team.
College Football: The 2011 college football season kicks off tonight, and both of our regional teams are in action. Rutgers hosts North Carolina Central and Syracuse hosts Wake Forest. SB Nation New York will have all your coverage, and we will be providing you first-hand coverage of the Syracuse game. See On The Banks (Rutgers) and Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician (Syracuse) for more coverage of your favorite team.