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Seven Stories and One Set of Beats: March 12, 2012

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Photos: UVa-Cornell, JHU-UMBC, UNC-Princeton
The Konica Minolta Face-Off Classic at M&T Bank Stadium on Saturday featured a triple header that included two one-goal games, with one of thoses decided in overtime. Photos of the three matches by Ben Mackey can be seen at the links below.

Halftime Pictures from the Inside Lacrosse Face-Off Classic
Just jumping in here after the first half to get some pictures up from the Face-Off Classic, where No. 3 Cornell has dominated the time of possession and just seems more well put together than Virginia.

In 2nd game since return from suspension, Syracuse midfielder Drew scores 2 goals
Sprinting down the right alley, Kevin Drew had an open look at the goal. He closed in, wound up and took a hard shot into lower half of the net for a score.

The Scooter
The most ridiculous medical apparatus known to man.

Minus Star Matchup, Virginia Beats Cornell in OT
A game billed in the preseason as pitting the nation's top two players and leading Tewaaraton Award candidates — Steele Stanwick and Rob Pannell — on the same stage didn't go according to plan.

Detroit 13, Quinnipiac 10
Although Quinnipiax is going to have a pretty rough season, a win is a win for the Titans, and today they picked one up on the road against a hotbed team. That’s progress.

Inside Lacrosse Sunday Finest: Seen and Heard at Konica Minolta Face-Off Classic
On a dramatic Saturday, Loyola continued its best start in several years and Villanova won a remarkable game on a 40-yard shot with one second left. But with three games and six teams in one place, it's time to start with some tidbits seen and heard at the Konica Minolta Face-Off Classic.

Today's beats: Streelight Manifesto's cover of Paul Simon's "Me and Julio Down By The School Yard." I mean, yes and YES!: