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I'm looking for a widget to tell me when my favorite sport teams play (Phillies, Eagles, Flyers, Penn State football) and/or tell me stats about them (standings, ect)

Is there something out there that would show this?

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I use SportsFan, but i only follow the Yankees. It only does professional sports teams (like the Phillies, Eagles, and Flyers), not college. It tells you your team's stats, standings, and current score.


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I use SportsFan, but i only follow the Yankees. It only does professional sports teams (like the Phillies, Eagles, and Flyers), not college. It tells you your team's stats, standings, and current score.
Thanks, that looks like what I want. Just as an FYI, it does do college football. You just click on football and instead of selecting NFL you select a NCAAF conference.

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