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DAVE D'ONOFRIO
For all the talk surrounding the caliber of weapons at the disposal of Tom Brady and Peyton Manning, the fight suddenly seems a bit fairer as the two all-time quarterbacks ready for the 16th meeting...
DAVE D'ONOFRIO
During his second game of the season on Sunday, Brandon Browner looked like exactly the guy the Patriots brought him here to be.
BY ROGER BROWN NEW HAMPSHIRE UNION LEADER
We're entering Week 8 of the high school football season. While the playoff picture remains blurry, things will be a bit clearer after Saturday's games are complete.
BY ANDY SCHACHAT
WHEN Dave McGillivray was 16 years old, he tried out for his high school basketball team. McGillivray said the tryout went well and he was told so by the coach.
DAVE D'ONOFRIO
If it was purely based on football and the quality of play, these Thursday night games might be in jeopardy. By and large they've been ugly and non-competitive, with teams repeatedly looking unready...
DAVE D'ONOFRIO
A couple of days after his Jets dropped their fifth consecutive contest, and drew ever closer to confronting the reality that this could be another lost season for Gang Green, coach Rex Ryan remained...
DAVE D'ONOFRIO
Jerod Mayo's impact on the Patriots isn't so easily quantified by individual statistics, considering he has only 10 sacks, eight forced fumbles and three interceptions in the course of a seven-year...
DAVE D'ONOFRIO
After Sunday the Pats can move forward as a first-place team. And with legitimate reason for optimism offensively.
Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas catches a pass for a touchdown in front of San Francisco 49ers cornerback Perrish Cox during their game last week  at Sports Authority Field at Mile High in Denver. Denver visits the Patriots this Sunday.

Dave D'Onofrio's Patriots Notebook: Demaryius Thomas is x-factor for Broncos' offense

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For all the talk surrounding the caliber of weapons at the disposal of Tom Brady and Peyton Manning, the fight suddenly seems a bit fairer as the two all-time quarterbacks ready for the 16th meeting...

University of New Hampshire safety Keith Parkinson(33) helps tackle Stony Brook's James Kenner during the third quarter of their game in Durham Saturday.

UNH Notebook: Albany is much improved

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Every Sunday, University of New Hampshire football coach Sean McDonnell gathers his team and speaks to the players about what makes their next opponent special. What jumped out at McDonnell about the...

College Football: Big Green ready for tussle with Harvard

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Dartmouth head football coach Buddy Teevens is preparing his team for the program's biggest game since 1997.

Dave D'Onofrio's Patriots Notebook: Browner, 'D' shaping up

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During his second game of the season on Sunday, Brandon Browner looked like exactly the guy the Patriots brought him here to be.

UNH football now No. 2 in poll

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The UNH football team, coming off its 28-20 victory over Stony Brook on Saturday, has moved from No. 3 to No. 2 in the latest Sports Network FCS Top 25 college football poll released on Monday.

High School Football Power Poll: Rankings settle down for a week

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The top 10 high school football teams in New Hampshire, as voted by the staffs of the New Hampshire Union Leader, WGIR AM and FM, and WMUR-TV after Week 7, with first-place/points in parentheses:

NHIAA Football: Div. I football down to wire

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The stage is set for a frightfully fun weekend of NHIAA Division I football finales.

NHIAA: Lancers beat South

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Londonderry quarterback Eric Fairweather surpassed 1,000 passing and rushing yards on the season in the Lancers' 22-13 win over Nashua South on Friday night.

Dave D'Onofrio's Patriots Notebook: Demaryius Thomas is x-factor for Broncos' offense

Dave D'Onofrio's Patriots Notebook: Demaryius Thomas is x-factor for Broncos' offense

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For all the talk surrounding the caliber of weapons at the disposal of Tom Brady and Peyton Manning, the fight suddenly seems a bit fairer as the two all-time quarterbacks ready for the 16th meeting in their running epic of a rivalry.

College Football: Big Green ready for tussle with Harvard

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Dartmouth head football coach Buddy Teevens is preparing his team for the program's biggest game since 1997.

UNH Notebook: Albany is much improved

UNH Notebook: Albany is much improved

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Every Sunday, University of New Hampshire football coach Sean McDonnell gathers his team and speaks to the players about what makes their next opponent special. What jumped out at McDonnell about the University of Albany?

Dave D'Onofrio's Patriots Notebook: Browner, 'D' shaping up

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During his second game of the season on Sunday, Brandon Browner looked like exactly the guy the Patriots brought him here to be.

UNH football now No. 2 in poll

UNH football now No. 2 in poll

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The UNH football team, coming off its 28-20 victory over Stony Brook on Saturday, has moved from No. 3 to No. 2 in the latest Sports Network FCS Top 25 college football poll released on Monday.

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Derryfield's Hannah Kelsey charges by Portsmouth Christian's Abigail Barker during Division III girls' soccer semis at Derryfield on Thursday.

NHIAA Tournament Roundup: Campbell boys pull upset

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The Campbell of Litchfield boys’ team soccer upset Fall Mountain 3-2 and advanced to the Division III quarterfinals after winning 4-2 in penalty shots Thursday afternoon in Langdon.

Rollinsford's Hill has goals in mind

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Rollinsford's Rachel Hill followed up her summer as a member of the Under-20 U.S. Women's National Team with an explosive start to her second season with the University of Connecticut women's soccer team.

Early snow and a devoted hunting dog

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A ONE- TO TWO-INCH skiff of snow covered the field we'd picked for our last goose hunt of the season. The snow allowed us, with the help of our white/snow-colored camo suits, to melt into the background.

John Habib's City Sports: Tough decisions loom for Legion

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POST 79 of Manchester has submitted an application to the state American Legion Baseball Committee seeking to be reinstated for the 2015 season.Rick Harvey, chairman of the baseball committee, confirmed he received the application last week from Post 79 post commander Sam Coldwell. The parties will meet in Hudson on Nov. 16 to discuss the application.

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