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Morning Cuts: September 27 2011


  • The Bucs waited until nobody was watching to defeat the Brewers in Milwaukee for the first time since Hines Ward threw a touchdown pass in a Super Bowl. The Pirates, who won 57 games last season, notched their 72nd victory last night in a season that featured little more than replacement players and a pitching staff that was predicted to be “serviceable” at best.  I don’t really know how to process anything that happened this season. (box)
  • I heard somewhere yesterday that going into Sunday night’s game against Pittsburgh, the Colts were 30th in the league against the run. Offensive line.
  • Mike Wallace is on pace for 2016 receiving yards this season.
  • Joe Morrow is the best player in the NHL.
  • Brooks Orpik might not be available to start the season.
  • The Pens defense wants to allow fewer than 200 goals this season.
  • Scott Burnside has a pretty strong preview of the Pens upcoming season.
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