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USFL Championship Game: Keys for Stallions, Stars

After 10 weeks of regular-season action and two thrilling playoff games, the USFL Championship Game is finally here. The Birmingham Stallions and Philadelphia Stars will meet in the USFL Championship Game on Sunday (7:30 p.m. ET on FOX and the FOX Sports app) from Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton.
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Stallions vs. Stars prediction, odds, spread: 2022 USFL Championship picks, best bets by expert on 12-6 run

It all comes down to Sunday night for the USFL's inaugural season as the Birmingham Stallions and Philadelphia Stars face off in the 2022 USFL Championship in Canton, Ohio. The Stallions were the best team in the USFL all season, going 9-1 and losing their perfect record in Week 9 against the Houston Gamblers. They backed up that reputation in last week's playoff matchup with the New Orleans Breakers, cruising to a 31-17 victory. The Stars went 6-4, with two of the losses to New Jersey, but they won that matchup when it mattered most, battling to a 19-14 victory against the Generals in Saturday's other semifinal in Canton, Ohio. Now, Birmingham and Philadelphia will meet at Hall Fame Stadium, where the Stars will need to avenge a 31-17 loss in the teams' regular-season matchup to claim the title.

When Will Sixers Re-Sign James Harden?

When the Philadelphia 76ers traded for the veteran All-Star James Harden this past season, the star guard had a small window to pick up his player option for next season after not doing so in Brooklyn. While there were conflicting reports on Harden’s decision, the ten-time All-Star ultimately did ...

'Wait Wait' for July 2, 2022: Back in Philly!

This week's show was recorded at The Mann Center for the Performing Arts in Philadelphia, with host Peter Sagal, official judge and scorekeeper Bill Kurtis, Not My Job guest Darryl "Cornbread" McCray and panelists Alonzo Bodden, Faith Salie and Josh Gondelman. Click the audio link above to hear the whole show.

Can You Help Police Identify this Robbery Suspect?

PHILADELPHIA, PA — Philadelphia’s Central Detective Division is seeking the public’s help identifying the individual seen in a released photo. Authorities state that on June 28, 2022, at 7:25 pm, an unknown white male entered the CVS at 1919 Market Street and pulled a knife demanding money from the cash register. The cashier told the male that she was going to call the Police. The male then walked out of the store in an unknown direction.

Awards for 2 at Self Help reception

Self Help Movement last week held its annual reception, honoring state Sen. Tina Tartaglione and recently retired director of intake and community relations Carmelo Benjamin. The June 22 event took place at Knowlton Mansion and featured dinner, music, raffles and a silent auction. Bob Dellavella is CEO of Self Help,...
Centre Daily

Tyus Jones gets what he deserves, sort of

Some would say 2015 Duke basketball national champ Tyus Jones, the No. 24 overall pick at that year's draft following his one year in Durham, has earned the right to be a full-time starter in the NBA. The 26-year-old executed admirably in the Memphis Grizzlies starting lineup for 26 games...

Mercury All-Area: Moore’s repeat PAC title sweep maintains Spring-Ford’s reign

He’s been a fitting heir to the run of tennis excellence Spring-Ford perennially established more than a decade ago. Cameron Moore became the boys program’s latest multi-year champion this spring, repeating as both the Pioneer Athletic Conference’s singles and doubles champion. Those title finishes factored prominently in Moore being named The Mercury All-Area 2022 Boys Tennis Player of the Year.

For Rent | 17 West 4th Street | Bridgeport | Suburbs2City Team

Jim Romano of Suburbs2City Team at KW added a new listing for rent at 17 West 4th Street in Bridgeport. For additional details, click here. Available for rent immediately is this completely renovated 3-bedroom 1.5-bathroom twin home in Bridgeport Borough! The main level offers a bright open floor plan with gorgeous LVP flooring throughout, recessed lighting, and large windows to ensure ample natural light. This great space is perfect for entertaining, with the living, dining, and kitchen areas flowing seamlessly into one another. The brand new kitchen features quartz countertops, a custom tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, plenty of cabinet space, a large island with a breakfast bar, and access to the backyard! Finishing off the main level is a convenient half bathroom and laundry room! On the upper level, you will find three nicely sized bedrooms with plenty of closet space. The primary and second bedrooms have larger built-in closets as well as bay windows. The full hallway bathroom features a stall shower with beautiful custom tile work. The backyard is perfect for grilling out or enjoying summer evening breezes. A 1-car off-street parking space is included. Located in close proximity to King of Prussia and Valley Forge and easy access to four main highways, I-76, I-276, I-476, and US 202.
Centre Daily

Phillies Inch Closer to Wild Card Spot After Victory Over Cardinals

View the original article to see embedded media. The Philadelphia Phillies took the first game on Friday evening of the three-game weekend series against the St. Louis Cardinals. The 4-3 victory featured timely hitting, passable defense, and solid pitching from the bullpen. It also inched them closer to a wild...

Crew 2’s match against Philadelphia Union II postponed

This weekend was supposed to be a weekend full of soccer as the Columbus Crew and Columbus Crew 2 were slated to play the Philadelphia Union and its reserve team this weekend. On Friday, however, it was announced that the Crew match for Saturday, July 2 was postponed. The statement...

New Jersey Devils: Nico Hischier Is Just Getting Started

The mecca of all Monday Morning Quarterback clickbait hockey content was written by’s Adam Kimelman and posted on a Friday before the Fourth of July holiday weekend. “The Redraft” of the 2017 NHL Draft has Cale Makar at the top of the class with the New Jersey Devils picking him first overall. And rightfully so. But, what surprised me was Nico Hischier dropping all the way down to number 9. This fanned the flames on social media and the ongoing debate if the New Jersey Devils missed out on Makar and made a mistake by drafting Hischier.