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FEU’s small steps lead to Final Four return

Even before Season 76 began, the FEU Tamaraws already knew what steps they were going to take in order to make a comeback from last year’s disappointing finish.

And they knew that those steps should not come in strides. Rather, it must be numerous small …

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UAAP: UST repulses FEU in 2 OTs

by JOSEF T. RAMOS

FOR coach Pido Jarencio, the battle was seemingly endless.

But the University of Santo Tomas (UST) Growling Tigers made sure that when the smoke gets cleared, the victory was on their side.

UST survived a grueling double overtime game over Far …

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RR Garcia or Terrence Romeo: Who’s the heir to the throne of King Tamaraw Arwind Santos?

by Marasigan Chavez

The ongoing debate among Far Eastern University basketball diehards is that the new King Tamaraw should either be Terrence Romeo and RR Garcia.

But for Arwind Santos, FEU’s reigning King Tamaraw, that …

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The Games That Play Us: Making Things Interesting

 

When Kiefer Ravena is on, so are the Ateneo Blue Eagles, and, apparently, the same goes for Karim Abdul and the UST Growling Tigers.

Both teams, the finalists in Season 75, notched big wins yesterday at the Araneta Coliseum, and, therefore, strengthened their respective drives to …

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UAAP: Ateneo scores king-sized rout over a tired FEU squad

by JOSEF T. RAMOS

FAR Eastern University (FEU) has paid the price of winning in an exhausting double overtime last Sunday.

Defending champions Ateneo De Manila University took advantage of a seemingly tired FEU team when it scored a king-sized 92-73 win on …

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UAAP: FEU ends UE’s magic spell and survives

by JOSEF T. RAMOS

Both teams left everything out on the floor in this marathon match, …

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UAAP: La Salle sends FEU to 2nd loss

by JOSEF T. RAMOS

De La Salle University sent Far Eastern University (FEU) crashing to its second loss off the season after hacking out a 77-66 win on Sunday. This was the Archers’ fifth victory in Season 76 of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines …

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RR Garcia slapped with a 1-game suspension

by JOSEF T. RAMOS

VETERAN shooting guard Ryan Roose Garcia of Far Eastern University (FEU) has been suspended by the league’s commissioner for committing a second unsportsmanlike foul last Sunday during a loss against De La Salle University.

University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) men’s basketball …

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UAAP: NU deals FEU first loss in low-scoring game

by JOSEF T. RAMOS

Despite the struggling to get their high-octane offense going, the National University (NU) Bulldogs relied on Bobby Ray Parks’s clutch free throws to deal the erstwhile unbeaten Far Eastern University (FEU) Tamaraws their first loss of the season.

Parks sank three of his …

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UAAP: Romeo scores big, helps FEU sweep 1st round

by JOSEF T. RAMOS

Big-time scorer Terrence Romeo bailed out Far Eastern University (FEU) from the jaws of defeat to hack out a close 74-71 win over Adamson University to sweep the first round of Season 76 of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines men’s …

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Tamaraws’ reign continues

Separation.

That was the goal in the all-important head to head match involving the top two teams dominating the standings.

For UST, it was separation from the clog in the middle and having a share of the lead.

For FEU, it was separation from the …

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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

by JOSEF T. RAMOS

“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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