Found December 06, 2011 on Fresno State Official Athletic Site:
PLAYERS: Bear Pascoe
TEAMS: New York Giants
Former Bulldog Bear Pascoe is currently in his third NFL season with the New York Giants. recently did a Q&A to catch up with him.

Giants' Justin Tuck struggling to understand team's inconsistent urgency O'Boyle / The Star-LedgerGiants defensive end Justin Tuck says he didn't sleep much on Sunday night after the loss to the Packers because he was pondering the ups and downs of the team's play of late.By Mike Garafolo - Star Ledger 12/6/11

Prince, Jacobs join lengthy injury list

Rookie cornerback Prince Amukamara, who missed most of the season with a broken foot and who left the Giants' loss to the Packers Sunday night with a combination of fatigue, an ankle injury and a sore foot, is on the Giants' pre-practice injury report with an injured back. He is joined there ...

Rolle's "gotta have" rematch with Packers

A fourth straight loss did little to dampen Antrel Rolle’s belief in the Giants. In fact, it may have made it stronger.

Tall Tales – Giants Packers After Action Review

Sorry this is getting up late, as the game has been re-hashed by many others, but here goes:This one hurts alot. To come so close and come up short…Well, let’s take a look at the various components of the Giants’ effort last weekend. On offense, the G-Men did ok. Manning was able to hook up with his receivers and exploit the Packers pass defense. Other than the pick six that...

The New York Giants cling to faint playoff hopes

The New York Giants played well against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday, but the outcome of the game resulted in another loss for the New York Giants as they cling to faint playoff hopes. Despite the loss, which moves the Giants to a 6-6 overall record, New York didn’t lose any ground in the playoff hunt with Dallas, Chicago, Atlanta and Detroit all recording losses...

GFB Giants-Packers Postmortem

Ted Berg speaks with John Fennelly of to recap Big Blue’s loss to Green Bay.

Hakeem Nicks Makes One-Handed Catch, Charles Woodson Gives Him Dap (Video)

Although the New York Giants fell short of a victory against the Green Bay Packers, Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks pulled off an impressive one-handed catch against Charles Woodson. The catch was so impressive that Woodson gave Nicks a little dap after it:

Giants' Andrews out with pulmonary embolisms

New York Giants offensive lineman Stacy Andrews' season is over due to pulmonary embolisms in both of his lungs.

Despite four-game skid, Rolle certain about Giants' postseason

Antrel Rolle isn't shy about predicting the future. After seeing the Giants lose four straight, the safety told a local radio station that New York remains a lock for the postseason.

Eli Manning IS an elite quarterback.

Through 12 games in 2011, he’s thrown for 3,705 yards and 23 touchdowns with a 96.0 quarterback rating. He’s completing 62 percent of his passes and has his team sitting at second place in the NFC East. He’s ranks eighth among active players in career passing touchdowns and beat the 2007 Patriots on a heroic comeback drive on the game’s biggest stage. Pretty impressive resume...

Last-minute O-line holds up

The Giants had to reshuffle their offensive line just hours before kickoff of yesterday’s 38-35 loss to the still-unbeaten Packers and the new look produced solid results. The defeat was no fault of Kevin Boothe, who learned two hours before the game he would start at center, or Mitch...
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