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Lacrosse the Internet: March 11, 2013

Don't blame me. I voted chicken wings into the food pyramid.

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Swezey: The Big Red Machine
Cornell and Virginia, two of the sport’s heavyweights, met Saturday night in a non-televised game on a grass field with a hastily-rearranged start time. It almost felt clandestine — think Rocky Balboa and Apollo Creed’s boxing match in the empty, darkened gym at the end of “Rocky III” — and the game was great fun.

Photos: Duke Rallies in Q4 to Knock off Fourth-Ranked Loyola

Michigan 7, Hobart 11
This was really a game Michigan should have won. The Wolverines dug themselves into a hole a couple times, and couldn’t recover. The wounds were mostly self-inflicted, and now the window for picking up victories this year is closing.

Syracuse men's lacrosse holds off St. John's for 13-11 win in Big East opener
Orange improves to 3-1 on season; Johns Hopkins up next.

Massapequa (NY) midfielder Berge, one of nation's top juniors, bound for Georgetown lacrosse
The 6-foot-1, 170-pound right-hander weighed a lot of factors before giving a verbal commitment to Georgetown University, a decision first reported at

Canandaigua grad Regan leading Hobart lacrosse team's defense
Sean Regan celebrated his birthday on Saturday by helping the Hobart College men's lacrosse team earn an 11-7 win over the University of Michigan.

Hartford rallies past Siena lacrosse
Brad Hutton scored late in the game to cap Hartford's 15-14 comeback win over Siena men's lacrosse Saturday in Loudonville. Siena never trailed until Hutton scored with three minutes, 39 seconds left in the game with Hartford on the power play.

Today's beats: John Williams plus a Saul Bass-like opening sequence? Yes, please.