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Lacrosse the Internet: March 4, 2013

There are lonely words on the Internet that need to be read.

This is obviously your favorite site, but other people actually write important stuff sometimes. Now is that sometimes.

Epp-ic Thoughts: Week 5
Army lacrosse fans ... welcome to week five of the blog!

Colgate men's lacrosse Peter Baum enters senior campaign continuing to dominate
The 2012 Tewaaraton Award winner leaving his mark on the lacrosse scene.

Recruiting: 2015's to Virginia, Duke, Penn, Army, Colgate; 2014's to Bucknell, Drexel, J'ville, more
Today, we've got a myriad of new commitments to confirm, including 2015's to UVA, Duke, Penn, Colgate and Army. Also, a handful of 2014 and 2013 verbals.

UnCensered Returns: Since We Last Met...
Another lacrosse season, another year of UnCensered. Last year, I thought I summed up the column space pretty well: “...the brainchild of Lacrosse Magazine editor Matt DaSilva, the UnCensered branding derives in part from my last name and in part from featuring the inane and irreverent musings of a Division III washout with a full cable package.”

Drill from Lax Coach Mike: Two-Man Picks with Pace
All coaches who are fans of lacrosse now realize that "two-man games" are here to stay at least for a while.

St. Augustine Prep (NJ) FOGO Fox finds the right fit in Fairfield lacrose
“Will is a true student of his position who has worked tirelessly to become a strong force at the faceoff X,” St. Augustine coach JC Valore said. “He is a true asset to our program and we fully expect him to be a major contributor for us over the next two years. He is a young man whose quality of character is something that our school community is extremely proud of.”

Cornell men's lacrosse player Rob Pannell getting a second shot at senior season
After missing a year, Pannell has 13 points in two games.

Staff Debate: Bold Proclamations
The few weeks of the college lacrosse season are a minefield of overreaction — how fair is it to compare a Duke team that’s played five games to a Cornell team that’s played two, or a team that has to practice with orange balls to pick it out of the snow to a team that practices indoors?

2013 Lehigh Lacrosse Player Blog: #DontCallItAComeBack
A Weekend to Forget (But Also Remember)

Quint Kessenich: Fact vs. opinion in men's college lacrosse
This was billed as a season of change, and so far it has lived up to expectations.

Today's beats: It's Monday. Let's go.