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  • 10 years ago

    Poor Miami. It's been a rough summer for Will Smith's favorite town -- first hit hard by the Heat, now facing a ruinous Hurricane. OK, I can't think of any more team name puns, so here's the recap: after their superteam lost the NBA Finals, the ci...

  • 10 years ago

    NFL fans know Chad Ochocinco as a loudmouth. Even back when he had a real last name, 85 constantly chattered with officials, made signs asking not to be fined, tweeted constantly and sought out the spotlight in 1,001 ways. Call him a clever entert...

  • 10 years ago

    Even a reporter for a high school paper will tell you, it's kind of a basic rule of journalism: Get more than one source and don't just print anonymous rumors. It's what separates a news source from your gossipy aunt. But for some reason, sports j...

  • 10 years ago

    If the NFL lockout bored you, never fear. The perfect antidote is here: a free agency fury as teams sign, cut and trade players madly to adjust their rosters in time for the season. What would usually take months will be condensed into about a wee...

  • 10 years ago

    With the NFL lockout and its accompanying hand-wringing now stretching out into what experts estimate is its billionth month, it seems the tides are turning, with a collective-bargaining agreement reportedly within reach -- the deal's expected to ...

  • 10 years ago

    Women's soccer. Whoa, wait, wake up. It's not a yawn anymore. This past week proved women's soccer can be exciting. On Sunday, an amazing late goal put the U.S. team into a shootout with Brazil, where the Americans won and advanced in the 2011 Wor...

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