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I'm AP's assistant sports editor for sports in the eastern region, leading a team of a dozen reporters in 10 states. If it's got sports involved in Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Connecticut, Vermont, Maine, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, New Jersey or Massachusetts, I'm your dude.

Previous gigs with the AP include Hawaii, Las Vegas and Omaha, Neb. I started my career as an AP intern in ...

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Speechless in Seattle

pro32.ap.org — New England Patriots strong safety Malcolm Butler, center right, intercepts a pass from Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson during the second half of NFL Super Bowl XLIX football game Sunday, Feb. 1, 2015, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke) Second and goal from the 1-yard line and Seattle coach Pete Carroll elected to pass.

Lane disrupts commanding NE drive

pro32.ap.org — Home " Lane disrupts commanding NE drive (AP Photo/David J. Phillip) Before being carted off the field, Jeremy Lane made the biggest play of the first quarter of the Super Bowl. His interception of Tom Brady near the goal line disrupted a commanding drive for the Patriots, leaving New England with no points to show after a lengthy drive.

Tracking the Pats' and Seahawks' chances

pro32.ap.org — Home " Tracking the Pats' and Seahawks' chances (AP Photo/Michael Conroy) In every game, each play moves the needle -- even if only just a bit. At any given point, the Seahawks and Patriots have a certain chance of winning the Super Bowl.

A look at wide world of cheating across sports

bigstory.ap.org — Few sports issues can disrupt the hype to a Super Bowl quite like cheating. And while fans are a long way from knowing what mischief led to the New England Patriots winning the AFC title with underinflated footballs, it's already become the latest episode in a vast history of rule-breaking in the wide world of sports.

A look at wide world of cheating across sports

tennessean.com — Few sports issues can disrupt the hype to a Super Bowl quite like cheating. And while fans are a long way from knowing what mischief led to the New England Patriots winning the AFC title with underinflated footballs, it's already become the latest episode in a vast history of rule-breaking in the wide world of sports.

A look at wide world of cheating across sports

missoulian.com — Few sports issues can disrupt the hype to a Super Bowl quite like cheating. And while fans are a long way from knowing what mischief led to the New England Patriots winning the AFC title with underinflated footballs, it's already become the latest episode in a vast history of rule-breaking in the wide world of sports.

A look at wide world of cheating across sports

billingsgazette.com — Few sports issues can disrupt the hype to a Super Bowl quite like cheating. And while fans are a long way from knowing what mischief led to the New England Patriots winning the AFC title with underinflated footballs, it's already become the latest episode in a vast history of rule-breaking in the wide world of sports.

A look at wide world of cheating across sports

washingtontimes.com — Few sports issues can disrupt the hype to a Super Bowl quite like cheating. And while fans are a long way from knowing what mischief led to the New England Patriots winning the AFC title with underinflated footballs, it's already become the latest episode in a vast history of rule-breaking in the wide world of sports.

A look at wide world of cheating across sports

news12.com — Few sports issues can disrupt the hype to a Super Bowl quite like cheating. And while fans are a long way from knowing what mischief led to the New England Patriots winning the AFC title with underinflated footballs, it's already become the latest episode in a vast history of rule-breaking in the wide world of sports.

A look at wide world of cheating across sports

denverpost.com — By Oskar Garcia The Associated Press Posted: 01/24/2015 03:33:58 PM MST Updated: 01/24/2015 03:36:44 PM MST Few sports issues can disrupt the hype to a Super Bowl quite like cheating.
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RT @AP_NFL: New Browns QB McCown barely knows Manziel, looks forward to mentoring him and teammates apne.ws/17LAkPw

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RT @WillGravesAP: When @pirates summary of Black/Gold game starts "Game time temperature was 81 degrees under sunny skies" that's trolling of highest order

Mar 02, 2015

Wanna be like Mike? Jordan makes Forbes billionaire list for first time. (Gates richer at top) bigstory.ap.org/article/38af47… pic.twitter.com/8cc9rlcIQl

Mar 02, 2015

New to Twitter: South Carolina football coach Steve Spurrier (@SC_HBC). He's known for some one liners. bigstory.ap.org/article/0ae95b…



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