Pats lose in Super Bowl bummer – UMass reacts exactly like you would expect – Patrick on politics and his future

THE SPORTS: Boston colleges and other sporty areas stayed calm last night after the Patriot’s devastating loss in the Super Bowl, (Herald) but the same can’t be said for the gem of Massachusetts’ higher education system, where 14 people were arrested for acting like UMass students. (WCVB)

THE BIG DANCE: Gov Deval Patrick says he’s getting out of politics when his term is up. Like practically everyone else, Kimberly Atkins doesn’t buy it and calls his bluff in today’s Herald.Meanwhile, Patrick went on national TV yesterday to be as political as ever. (AP)

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