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Morning Coffee! 'Wet Willie' To The Wet Weather Edition

Good morning, New York sports fans! Hope you are staying dry somewhere on another extremely wet day in the Northeast.

U.S. Open Tennis: Rain Cancels Tuesday's Matches: Heavy rain wiped out Tuesday's schedule at the U.S. Tennis Championships in Flushing. Rain is expected throughout the day today, as well, so today's play might get flushed away as well.

Yankees Vs. Orioles: Four-Hour Rain Delay Can't Stop Yankees: The Yankees waited more than four hours to begin their game against Baltimore, then played until 2:15 a.m. in a steady rain. This is what happens in September when there are no open dates to make games up and they have to be played no matter what. The Yankees won and nobody got hurt. By the way, with about 500 people in the stands what in the world were two guys doing out in the left field bleachers when Francisco Cervelli hit a disputed seventh-inning home run?

Dallas Cowboys (0-0) At New York Jets (0-0): Anniversary of 9-11 Attacks At Forefront: New York Jets coach Rex Ryan admits that he is feeling extra pressure with Sunday being the 10th anniversary of the 9-11 terrorist attacks.

New York Giants (0-0) At Washington Redskins (0-0): New York Roster Includes 10 Rookies: The Giants have an amazing 10 rookies on their roster and one of them -- sixth-round pick Greg Jones -- will start at middle linebacker since the Giants announced Tuesday that Jonathan Goff will miss the season with a torn ACL suffered in practice Monday.

College Football Rankings 2011: West Virginia, South Florida Crack AP Top 25: Two Big East teams are in the AP Top 25.