Jay

Jay Asser

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Jay is a recent graduate of UMass Amherst, where he earned a degree in journalism. He was the sports editor of the Massachusetts Daily Collegian, the largest college daily in New England. As a Massachusetts resident, he has interned at WEEI Sports Radio Network and The Eagle-Tribune. There aren't many things Jay enjoys more than basketball and the NBA, including an unhealthy obsession of analyzing inbound plays and defensive rotations.

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Arizona advances to Diamond Head final

Mark Lyons led the Arizona Wildcats to a comfortable win over the Miami Hurricanes in the semifinal of the Diamond Head Classic.

Seahawks assert home-field dominance

The Seattle Seahawks handled the San Francisco 49ers at home, claiming a lopsided victory to continue their four-game hot streak.

No return for Ray Lewis yet

Despite practicing and feeling optimistic about returning from his triceps tear, Ray Lewis won't play against the New York Giants on Sunday.

Patriots show heart, fall short

While coming back from a 28-point deficit is impressive, the loss for the New England Patriots hampers their chances at earning a bye in the playoffs.

49ers earn big road win

Despite blowing a 28-point lead and allowing the New England Patriots back into the game, the San Francisco 49ers fans should be happy with the road win.

Louisville's Smith sprains ankle, makes return

The Louisville guard injured his left ankle and returned after being removed from the Cardinals' game against the Memphis Tigers on Saturday afternoon.

Jazz outpace Lakers at Staples

The Utah Jazz earned a road win over the Los Angeles Lakers in a high-scoring affair at the Staples Center on Sunday night.

Offense spurs NC State to win

NC State nearly shot 55 percent from the field and had five players score in double figures en route to a win over Cleveland State at home.

Raiders losing streak continues

The Oakland Raiders came up short in a loss to the Cleveland Browns in a battle of 3-8 teams.

Chargers offense can't find rhythm

After holding a halftime lead, the San Diego Chargers couldn't score in the second half and fell to the Cincinnati Bengals.

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