Jay Asser


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.


Cardinals offense can't break lull


The Arizona Cardinals struggled on offense once again and dropped their eighth-straight game with a loss to the New York Jets.

49ers come up short


Poor play-calling and execution resulted in a disappointing overtime loss for the San Francisco 49ers and their fans.

Barkley expected back for Sun Bowl


After missing the season finale against No. 1 Notre Dame, Matt Barkley is expected to return to play in his final game for USC.

Duke cruises to lopsided win

The Duke Blue Devils had little trouble dispatching the Delaware Blue Hens with big men Ryan Kelly and Mason Plumlee leading the way.

Louisville escaps clutches of Illinois St.

The Louisville Cardinals hung on for the victory over the Illinois State Redbirds after struggling in the first half.

Vols reportedly interview Strong


After vehemently denying that he interviewed with Auburn, Louisville's head coach had an interview for Tennessee's vacant position on Friday.

No Les for you


LSU and Les Miles have agreed on a new contract to keep him in Baton Rouge for the foreseeable future.

Billups to return against Minnesota


Chauncey Billups will make his season debut for the Los Angeles Clippers Wednesday night.

Giants end slump in style


The New York Giants played like defending champs, topping the Green Bay Packers 38-10 on Sunday night.

Tennessee ends season with first SEC win


Quarterback Tyler Bray led the Tennessee Volunteers to their first SEC win in the final game of the season with a 37-17 win over the Kentucky Wildcats.

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