Jay Asser

  • joined Oct 05, 2012
  • last login Mar 26, 2014
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Jay is a contributor to SBNation and CelticsBlog. He's 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. 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.

Caldwell-Pops spurs Georgia in win


Kentavious Caldwell-Pope led a second-half surge by Georgia with 19 points in the final 20 minutes to top Southern California at home.

FSU's Smith can break receiving record


The wideout can set the school record for most consecutive games with a reception with a catch in the Orange Bowl to conclude his career.


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.

Gregory leading Georgia Tech to hot start


The second-year coach has the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets playing well at the beginning of this season after struggling last year.

Withey impresses Richmond team


The senior center made his mark against the Richmond Spiders in the Jayhawks' 87-59 win on Tuesday night.

Astros snag Ely from L.A.


The Houston Astros traded for the right-hander from the Los Angeles Dodgers in exchange for left-hander Rob Rasmussen.

Kansas gets top-ranked Combs


The top-ranked junior college prospect adds to a promising Kansas recruiting class which currently consists of 23 commitments.

Smith earns first pick off Brady


The 49ers prolific linebacker recorded his first career interception against Tom Brady, who has thrown only six interceptions this season.

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.

Raiders prove they're not worst in NFL


In a battle of two of the worst teams in the NFL this season, the Oakland Raiders continued their success against their AFC West counterparts.

Seahawks have great offense?


The Seattle Seahawks, already known for their stout defense, have picked up their offensive play in the last couple weeks with consecutive games with 50 points.

49ers widen gap in 3rd


The San Francisco 49ers opened up the second half by extending their lead with two touchdowns before New England responded to end the third quarter.

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.

Rutgers players committ to Shrine Game


Rutgers' D.C. Jefferson, R.J. Dill and and Scott Vallone all accepted invites to play in this year's East-West Shrine Game, held at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg.

Magic face reeling Bobcats


The Magic look to carry over momentum from their previous win when they face the Bobcats on the road in their third game in four nights.

Broncos' Thomas practices fully


Peyton Manning's go-to receiver Demaryius Thomas was a full participant in practice, while Wesley Woodyard and Chris Kuper were limited with ankle injuries.

Henson interested in Southern Miss


Missouri's co-offensive line coach has spoken with Southern Miss about possibly joining as a coordinator, despite being a candidate for the Tigers' coordinator position.

Breaston struggling to get on field


The Kansas City Chiefs' slot receiver is having a hard time getting acclimated to the offensive game plan and getting on the field.

Chiefs bring in Waldron


The Kansas City Chiefs added Dustin Waldron to bolster their depth at offensive line where they've suffered injuries this season.

49ers continue to grind


Even though it wasn't necessarily pretty or impressive, the San Francisco 49ers pulled out a win over the Miami Dolphins on Sunday.

Smith garners awe from teammates


Players on the San Francisco 49ers defense praised the linebacker after he added two more sacks in Sunday's win.

McClain can return, but will he?


Linebacker Rolando McClain can return to the Oakland Raiders on Monday after serving his two-game suspension.

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.

Maryland wins 8th straight


Maryland made buckets tough to come by for South Carolina State, holding the Bulldogs to 18 points in the first half while having a balanced scoring in the win.

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.

Butler earns DH award


The Kansas City Royals slugger won the Designated Hitter of the Year Award with a majority of the first-place votes.

Royals eying Rangers' Holland


The Kansas City Royals are among a few teams interested in acquiring the Texas Rangers' Derek Holland.

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