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December 27, 2012
The San Francisco 49ers will play the rest of the season without receiver Mario Manningham, meaning 35-year-old Randy Moss will start Sunday against the 5-10 Arizona Cardinals. Manningham suffered torn ligaments in his left knee during Sunday night's 42-13 loss to the Seattle Seahawks. Comcast SportsNet Bay Area reported Tuesday that Manningham is scheduled for season-ending surgery and might not be ready for the start of next year's training camp. Moss has had a positive presence but not too many receptions in his return from a one-season hiatus.
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October 10, 2006 | Daily News Wire Services
Michigan might be without its top offensive threat Saturday at Penn State. Wide receiver Mario Manningham, who leads the No. 4 Wolverines (6-0, 3-0 Big Ten) and the conference with 527 yards and nine touchdowns, is questionable for the game against the Nittany Lions (4-2, 2-1). In Michigan's 31-13 win over Michigan State Saturday, Manningham appeared to injure his knee. Yesterday, Michigan coach Lloyd Carr wouldn't confirm whether Manningham had been injured. "I don't have any comment on Mario," Carr said.
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February 6, 2012 | ASSOCIATED PRESS
INDIANAPOLIS - Mario Manningham is no longer the New York Giants' forgotten receiver. Manningham emerged from the shadow of Hakeem Nicks and Victor Cruz with a catch that will rival David Tyree's Super Bowl helmet grab 4 years ago, helping the Giants knock off the New England Patriots, 21-17, in the NFL championship game last night. Manningham's catch wasn't as improbable as Tyree's grab that led the Giants to a 17-14 win over New England in 2008. It was just as clutch and just as timely, and Tyree was there to see it. Running a go pattern up the left sideline on a first-and-10 from the Giants' 12 and down 17-15, Manningham made a 38-yard, over-the-shoulder catch between two defenders and right in front of Patriots coach Bill Belichick to help set up Ahmad Bradshaw's game-winning, 6-yard run with 57 seconds to go. Belichick didn't hesitate to challenge the catch, also contested by defenders Sterling Moore and Patrick Chung.
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October 10, 2006 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Michigan wide receiver Mario Manningham, who leads the fourth-ranked Wolverines with 527 receiving yards and nine touchdowns, is questionable for Saturday's game against Penn State in State College, Pa. Manningham appeared to injure his knee Saturday during Michigan's 31-13 victory over Michigan State. Yesterday, Michigan head coach Lloyd Carr would not confirm whether Manningham had been injured. Toledo junior Haris Charalambous of Manchester, England, died after collapsing during a basketball conditioning practice.
SPORTS
November 14, 2011 | Associated Press
SAN FRANCISCO - Statement game, you bet. Just what the San Francisco 49ers wanted to show they're a legitimate contender. Justin Smith batted down Eli Manning's pass in the closing seconds of the New York quarterback's latest comeback try, and San Francisco stopped the Giants on fourth down for a 27-20 victory in Sunday's NFC showdown. With his team trailing, Manning completed a pair of long fourth-down passes and got the Giants to the red zone with 1:53 to go. Unlike last week's rally by New York (6-3)
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September 29, 2012 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - The Eagles could be excused for not knowing much about New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz a year ago, the first time they ever faced him. It was the third game of last season, with the Giants beating the Eagles, 29-17, at Lincoln Financial Field. As the teams prepare to meet Sunday night at the Linc, Cruz has been a popular figure, recalling the details of his NFL coming-out party. In that victory, Cruz had three receptions for 110 yards and two touchdowns.
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December 20, 2010 | By Paul Domowitch
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - With his team trailing 24-3, with his defense seemingly incapable of stopping Eli Manning and the Giants' passing game, Andy Reid had a simple message for his players at halftime yesterday. "He said, 'Let's go do something great,' " safety Quintin Mikell said after the Eagles completed one of the most remarkable comebacks in franchise history. "He was cool and calm. We all knew what we needed to do. Basically, we were killing ourselves, especially on defense.
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October 9, 2006 | By Frank Fitzpatrick INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
As Penn State's players drifted toward their buses through the Metrodome's dreary corridors Saturday afternoon, their mood was as ambiguous as their 2006 season has been. They were happy to have survived Minnesota in a 28-27 overtime victory, but disappointed that they had to struggle so to do it. "We have a lot to learn," defensive end Tim Shaw said, "and a lot of improvement [to make]. But at the same time, we have a lot of heart. We're going to keep fighting and battling and doing whatever it takes to win. " With unbeaten Michigan now on the horizon, the 4-2 Nittany Lions' second straight win, much like their first six games, displayed both their strengths and shortcomings.
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December 15, 2010 | By MARCUS HAYES, hayesm@phillynews.com
Eli Manning was right. Eagles/Giants Part I was just another game. It was more than 3 weeks ago, and the Eagles won at home, and all it served to do was set up Eagles/Giants Part II, with both teams at 9-4. The Eagles have gone 2-1 since, with a hiccup on a sloppy Soldier Field, without star cornerback Asante Samuel, with Bears quarterback Jay Cutler firing an out-of-body four touchdown passes. The Giants lost to the Eagles, still reeling after a spanking at the hands of the Cowboys.
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September 22, 2011 | BY BOB COONEY, cooneyb@phillynews.com
THE 1993 HIT SINGLE by the group Chicago titled "Hard Habit To Break," claimed: "You don't know what you got until it's gone. And I found out just a little too late. " Corny song? Yes. Appropriate phrase? Certainly. Just ask New York Giants coach Tom Coughlin, whose 1-1 team will visit the Eagles (1-1) Sunday for a 1 p.m. NFC East showdown at Lincoln Financial Field. Two seasons ago, receiver Steve Smith set a team record with 107 catches for 1,220 yards and seven touchdowns for New York.
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December 27, 2012
The San Francisco 49ers will play the rest of the season without receiver Mario Manningham, meaning 35-year-old Randy Moss will start Sunday against the 5-10 Arizona Cardinals. Manningham suffered torn ligaments in his left knee during Sunday night's 42-13 loss to the Seattle Seahawks. Comcast SportsNet Bay Area reported Tuesday that Manningham is scheduled for season-ending surgery and might not be ready for the start of next year's training camp. Moss has had a positive presence but not too many receptions in his return from a one-season hiatus.
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September 29, 2012 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - The Eagles could be excused for not knowing much about New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz a year ago, the first time they ever faced him. It was the third game of last season, with the Giants beating the Eagles, 29-17, at Lincoln Financial Field. As the teams prepare to meet Sunday night at the Linc, Cruz has been a popular figure, recalling the details of his NFL coming-out party. In that victory, Cruz had three receptions for 110 yards and two touchdowns.
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February 7, 2012
INDIANAPOLIS - Finish. That was the word coach Tom Coughlin drilled into his team this season. Finish. No matter how deep the hole, no matter how seemingly hopeless the situation, finish. It was the impetus for seven fourth-quarter comebacks, including the coup de grace Sunday night at Lucas Oil Stadium. It was what kept them going as they dealt with a seemingly endless string of injuries. It was what prevented them from going in the tank after consecutive November-December losses to the 49ers, Eagles, Saints and Packers.
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February 6, 2012 | By Jeff McLane, Inquirer Staff Writer
INDIANAPOLIS - The New York Giants now can say their stunning victory over the New England Patriots four years ago was not a fluke. Eli Manning now can say he did not get lucky the first time around. And Tom Coughlin now can be called a coach every bit as great as Bill Belichick, whom he has beaten twice in the Super Bowl. The Giants, who squeaked into the NFL playoffs, put a stamp on another miracle run through the postseason with a 21-17 win over the Patriots in Super Bowl XLVI Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium.
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February 6, 2012 | ASSOCIATED PRESS
INDIANAPOLIS - Mario Manningham is no longer the New York Giants' forgotten receiver. Manningham emerged from the shadow of Hakeem Nicks and Victor Cruz with a catch that will rival David Tyree's Super Bowl helmet grab 4 years ago, helping the Giants knock off the New England Patriots, 21-17, in the NFL championship game last night. Manningham's catch wasn't as improbable as Tyree's grab that led the Giants to a 17-14 win over New England in 2008. It was just as clutch and just as timely, and Tyree was there to see it. Running a go pattern up the left sideline on a first-and-10 from the Giants' 12 and down 17-15, Manningham made a 38-yard, over-the-shoulder catch between two defenders and right in front of Patriots coach Bill Belichick to help set up Ahmad Bradshaw's game-winning, 6-yard run with 57 seconds to go. Belichick didn't hesitate to challenge the catch, also contested by defenders Sterling Moore and Patrick Chung.
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January 23, 2012 | ASSOCIATED PRESS
SAN FRANCISCO - The New York Giants have their own Super Bowl formula: in overtime and on the road. And with Lawrence Tynes' foot. Eli Manning directed one short, final drive and Tynes kicked a game-winning, 31-yard field goal in overtime, sending the Giants to the Super Bowl with a 20-17 victory over the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship Game yesterday. In another tight one in this decades-old postseason rivalry, both defenses made key stops before New York capitalized on another costly mistake by San Francisco.
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November 14, 2011 | Associated Press
SAN FRANCISCO - Statement game, you bet. Just what the San Francisco 49ers wanted to show they're a legitimate contender. Justin Smith batted down Eli Manning's pass in the closing seconds of the New York quarterback's latest comeback try, and San Francisco stopped the Giants on fourth down for a 27-20 victory in Sunday's NFC showdown. With his team trailing, Manning completed a pair of long fourth-down passes and got the Giants to the red zone with 1:53 to go. Unlike last week's rally by New York (6-3)
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September 25, 2011 | By Mike Jensen, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Nnamdi Asomugha had a better vantage point, but the Eagles cornerback saw the same football game Sunday as everyone else. He had the closest view of the Giants' game-winning score since he and Eagles strong safety Jarrad Page were beaten on the play at the goal line. "Something should have happened there for the defense," Asomugha said after the Eagles took a lead into the fourth quarter before falling, 29-16. "There's no way he should have come away with that with two guys on him. " Page had a different angle, same view.
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September 22, 2011 | BY BOB COONEY, cooneyb@phillynews.com
THE 1993 HIT SINGLE by the group Chicago titled "Hard Habit To Break," claimed: "You don't know what you got until it's gone. And I found out just a little too late. " Corny song? Yes. Appropriate phrase? Certainly. Just ask New York Giants coach Tom Coughlin, whose 1-1 team will visit the Eagles (1-1) Sunday for a 1 p.m. NFC East showdown at Lincoln Financial Field. Two seasons ago, receiver Steve Smith set a team record with 107 catches for 1,220 yards and seven touchdowns for New York.
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December 20, 2010 | By Paul Domowitch
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - With his team trailing 24-3, with his defense seemingly incapable of stopping Eli Manning and the Giants' passing game, Andy Reid had a simple message for his players at halftime yesterday. "He said, 'Let's go do something great,' " safety Quintin Mikell said after the Eagles completed one of the most remarkable comebacks in franchise history. "He was cool and calm. We all knew what we needed to do. Basically, we were killing ourselves, especially on defense.
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