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Coach Walsh’s Black Bears Looking to Build a Championship Culture

As the Bob Walsh era begins in Orono, we preview the upcoming season and what Maine’s new head coach is looking to create in the men’s basketball program.

The Evolving Tailgating Culture at the University of Maine

The University of Maine seems to be making a real and tangible effort to improve its supporters’ tailgating experience. Our Brian MacLeod examines.

FTS Top 10 Reasons to be Excited for 2014 UMaine Homecoming

An annual tradition – certainly unlike any other – is Fill The Steins’ Top 10 Reasons to be Excited for UMaine Homecoming.

Black Bear Hockey continues its journey back to greatness

Coach Red Gendron is looking to use a mix of youth and experience in his ongoing quest to reestablish Maine as a national power.

The Lo-Down: D’Lo Brown defends his title at Madison Square Garden

UMaine alum D’Lo Brown takes the stage at the “world’s most famous arena” in New York City for his first PPV title defense at WWF SummerSlam!

Fill The Steins seeking a Student Contributor to join our team

Now that summer’s over and school’s back in full swing, Fill The Steins is looking for a Student Contributor to join the FTS team!

Maine Football must improve their offensive offense, and fast

The Black Bears won ugly on Saturday night. Ugly’s not going to be good enough as the schedule gets tougher.

Coach Cosgrove’s Black Bears will need a team effort in 2014

After an incredible 2013 season, Fill The Steins examines what UMaine Football will need to do to replicate last year’s success in our 2014 season preview!

The Lo-Down: D’Lo Brown makes his PPV singles debut

In this edition of The Lo-Down, Fill The Steins recaps UMaine alum and new European Champion D’Lo Brown’s first PPV singles match!

FTS Al Fresco: Long Lake Sporting Club is a gem of Aroostook County

As we close in on the end of summer, Fill The Steins continues our Al Fresco series with a look at Sinclair’s Long Lake Sporting Club.

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