The 2014 NFL season is nearing the end of its first quarter. Week 4 brings the first byes of the year, a fiery old friend facing his former team for the first time and several key games. Here's what to look forward to this week:
Believe it or not, Jack Capuano begins his 4th season as head coach of the New York Islanders. The former UMaine Black Bear is part of a five person UMaine-to-New York connection with Islanders management.
Derek Jeter's farewell tour is heading into its final days and while everyone who loves baseball will miss the future hall of famer, there's at least one person who's had it with all the adulation he receives.
Husson senior goalkeeper Brian Potter(Waterville,Maine) wins NAC and ECAC Defensive Player of the Week honors. An eight save, 2-0 shutout over Colby-Sawyer in the conference opener. It is Potter's third shutout of the season.
Clay Buchholz was cruising for 7.2 innings...then came a walk, a hit batter and a fly ball to leftfield that Yoenis Cespedes should have caught. Five runs later, Buchholz and the Sox were losing again. Final score 6-2.
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