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The Games That Play Us: There’s Something About These New Tamaraws

So let’s see.

The UP Fighting Maroons are flat on their backs.

The Ateneo Blue Eagles and the DLSU Green Archers have a total of 4 wins between them.

Adamson, NU, UE, and UST all have at least 2 losses already in a weird rock-paper-scissors menagerie.

The only team …

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UAAP: FEU stays unbeaten, beats NU


“It’S how you finish.”

Those were Nash Racela’s exact words when asked by reporters how he described Far Eastern University’s 87-83 win over National University on Wednesday in Season 76 of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines men’s basketball tournament at the …

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FEU climbs back from the grave

Terrence Romeo ran with the ball. He drove hard to the hoop, attracting all of the La Salle defense, and seemed to be in an out-of-body state where he would shoot the ball and save his team from absorbing what was supposed to be only …

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The Games That Play Us: Too Good & Too Bad

Save for a not-so-fast start, the full arsenal of the FEU Tamaraws was on display in their massacre of the rattled and tattered Fighting Maroons, 75-57.

Starring rookie sensation Kyles Lao, the Maroons stuck close to the Tams till midway in the second quarter, 21-27. It …

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UAAP: FEU crushes UP for UAAP lead


Far Eastern University (FEU), as expected, was too much for a struggling University of the Philippines (UP) squad last Sunday.

Terrence Romeo delivered 20 points and 12 rebounds as the Tamaraws blasted the Fighting Maroons, 75-57, to regain the top spot in the …

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The Games That Play Us: Wear Ateneo

That title pertains to both the Blue Eagle faithful and the Blue Eagle foes.

For the Blue Eagle fans who, despite losing back-to-back games and the injury to Kiefer Ravena, believe that a season can still be won, wear Ateneo wherever you go. Keep the team …

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UAAP: FEU smothers Ateneo in OT, gives Racela win No. 2


“It is a blessing that we’re not predicted to be in the Top 4 of UAAP (University Athletic Association of the Philippines) men’s basketball Season 76 during the off season,” said newly-appointed Far Eastern University (FEU) head coach Nash Racela.

Racela, the younger …

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FEU leaves UE stunned in UAAP opening game

Sumido fires a three. It’s off to the left.

Romeo unleashes a trey on the other end. It rattles out.

Both UE and FEU then continued their attempts to outgun and outshoot each other – be it from rainbow country or from within the arc …

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The Games That Play Us (S76): The Morayta Bromance


For one half, the Warriors of UE looked every bit the preseason champs they were.

And then Terrence Romeo and RR Garcia reminded the Recto Reds that the UAAP is a whole different ballgame.

For the entire first quarter, the …

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UAAP Season 76 Pre-Opening Power Rankings

Yes, yes, we’re bound to disagree about most, if not all, of the following things, but just bear with me, okay? This is one of the most fun things to do when the college basketball wars commence. We all get to play expert and move …

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UAAP: Final Season 76 Team Rosters

Here are the final team rosters for Season 76 of the UAAP Men’s Basketball Tournament:


Playing Year:
High School:


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UAAP Coaches: Every team is a contender!


For this year’s 76th University Athletic Association of the Philippines men’s basketball tournament, greatness will emerge starting on June 29.

De La Salle University, University of Santo Tomas and National University are considered by many to challenge five-peat champion Ateneo De Manila University, …

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FilOil: UP, FEU score wins in last elims game


For failing to make it to the quaterfinals, also-ran teams University of the Philippines (UP) and Far Eastern University (FEU) vented their ire on separate foes this past Friday in the Filoil Flying V Preseason Premier Cup at The Arena in San …

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Saint Benilde rallies past FEU

Written by: JOSEF T. RAMOS



COLLEGE of Saint Benilde banked on a strong fourth quarter performance to stun Far Eastern University (FEU), 81-74, on Friday for their third victory in the Filoil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup at The Arena in San Juan City.

The Blazers, who lost their …

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San Beda leans on Dela Cruz, Adeogun to carve out win

It was a pleasant homecoming for the San Beda Red Lions, who just came back from their trip to the USA for training.

Still tired and experiencing some jet lag, the 3-time NCAA champions stuck together in the clutch to grab their third win, 80-76, in …

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