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In the Crease: Lacrosse and the Law

In his regular Saturday column, lacrosse analyst Dan Fleuette discusses and comments on the latest news from the world of lacrosse. Be sure to check this space every Saturday at Breitbart Sports for incisive analysis and news of all things lacrosse. Mar 8, 2014 7:04 AM PT

In the Crease: Belichick Sets Eyes on Lacrosse Glory

In his regular Saturday column, lacrosse analyst Dan Fleuette discusses and comments on the latest news from the world of lacrosse. Be sure to check this space every Saturday at Breitbart Sports for incisive analysis and news of all things lacrosse. Mar 1, 2014 7:01 AM PT

In The Crease: Cold-Weather Lacrosse

As winter’s relentless grip extends across the nation, it’s strange to see lacrosse teams taking the field. Normally associated with balmy weather, a number of games had to be rescheduled or moved indoors this week due to severe winter storms. Feb 15, 2014 9:20 AM PT

Austin, TX Takes Two: Formula 1 Racing Returns to US Soil

The inglorious history of Formula 1 racing in the US took a surprising turn last year, when the prestigious racing World Championship came back to US soil in the inaugural US Grand Prix at the newly-built Circuit of the Americas in Austin, TX. Organizers are hoping to avoid many of the errors of previous F1 campaigns. Nov 14, 2013 7:05 AM PT

Horowitz Brings His Unique Insight to Heritage Special Event

As the GOP continues its navel-gazing and soul-searching in response to the defeat of Ken Cuccinelli in Virginia’s Gubernatorial race on Tuesday, The Heritage Foundation remembers that in order to defeat one's opponents, one must first understand them. And nobody understands the left better than David Horowitz. Nov 8, 2013 1:27 AM PT

Jools Holland Puts the Video Back in Music Television

Jools Holland had a revolutionary idea all his own: a revival of the music and video format, filmed live in front of a studio audience. Holland’s idea, a show called "Later…with Jools Holland," is a weekly BBC program that began filming in the 90s, and is now available in the States, courtesy of Palladia. Jul 11, 2013 1:10 PM PT

Sweet Carolina: Tar Heel State Rules LAX World with Men's, Women's Titles

The Tar Heel state came up big this weekend with a pair of wins in both the men’s and women’s lacrosse championship games. In Sunday’s women’s final, the North Carolina Tar Heels beat frontrunner--and previously undefeated Maryland--in a thrilling triple overtime contest, which was the longest game in women’s NCAA finals history. On Monday, the Duke Blue Devils men’s team upended #1 seed Syracuse for their second title in school history, 16-10. May 28, 2013 9:10 AM PT

Summer Heat: NCAA Lacrosse Championship Weekend Showdown

This weekend, the NCAA men's lacrosse world looks to kick off the summer season with a hotly contested Championship weekend at Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field. Only four teams (Duke, Cornell, Denver, Syracuse) remain in the hunt, with no clear-cut favorite, and the outcome is anybody’s guess. The only sure thing is that the games should be as close and exciting as last week’s quarterfinal round, which is a win for fans, and the sport as a whole. Breitbart Sports previews and analyzes the weekend's games and offers predictions. May 24, 2013 2:57 PM PT

Duke, Denver, Cornell, Syracuse Advance After Wild, Nail-Biting LAX Quarterfinals

If the NCAA Lacrosse semi-finals and championship are anything like this weekend’s quarterfinals, they will have to find a bigger venue to play next year to hold all the new fans. With three of the four games tweaking the nail-biter meter deep into the red, the match-ups could not have been scripted any better. Big on drama and suspense, these games all came down to the wire, had fans on pins and needles, and the winner decided with only seconds left. May 20, 2013 1:27 PM PT

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