From Lacrosse Magazine's Corey McLaughlin: "Duke's Jordan Wolf (undisclosed injury) will not be at Team USA tryouts Aug. 30-Sept. 1 at Goucher College in Baltimore, according to US Lacrosse."
I'm not sure why there's a hazy border to Paul's interview -- is this like a flashback memory in a bad TNT drama? -- but that's not important. What's important is that propaganda exists and you should consume it.
It's going to be free, just like America. It'll be interesting to see how the league's lacrosse offering platforms on this network considering the conference's agreement with CBS Sports Network. For more on streaming things on the Internet and how it relates to lacrosse, click this magically highlighted text.
While he's no longer in the college game as a coach, Tierney continues to provide important perspective on one of its most volatile issues: recruiting.
Does anybody else think it's weird that the entirety of the ACC's membership is engraved on the men's lacrosse championship trophy and yet only four schools actually competed for the thing?
I can't embed the video, but the link will take you to a neat video about Syracuse's 1957 lacrosse team. My favorite note: One of the players became a spy.
More highlight goals.
PAY ATTENTION TO ME! RECRUIT ME!
The 2013 season's not over until I say it is, dammit. (Man hug on the find: Lacrosse Playground.)