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Cold Facts on Peyton

Cold Facts on Peyton

When Peyton Manning takes the field Sunday. He'll do so in relatively benign conditions. Full Story
Kings take the Cup
Dustin Brown scored the first of three goals on one power play. (Getty Images)

Kings take the Cup

LOS ANGELES -- At 7:48 PDT as dusk gathered over the City of Angels, the Stanley Cup finally had its Hollywood ending. Full Story
Rodgers takes game, reputation to the top level
Aaron Rodgers threw for 304 yards and three touchdowns against the best defense in the league.

Rodgers takes game, reputation to the top level

DALLAS -- Mister Rodgers has a new neighborhood.

Zip code: Greatness.

No more living in the shadow of the older kid from down the block, the one all the girls used to like.

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Chicago, San Francisco cut from list of potential U.S. World Cup sites
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Chicago, San Francisco cut from list of potential U.S. World Cup sites

NEW YORK -- Chicago's World Cup bid met the same fate as its try for the Olympics when the Windy City was dropped Tuesday from U.S. plans for the 2018 or 2022 World Cup. Full Story
Comeback success
This is Henin's first tourney back; Clijsters returned in 2009. (Getty Images)

Comeback success

In an all-Belgian final, Kim Clijsters outlasts Justine Henin 6-3, 4-6, 7-6 in a matchup of players making comebacks. Despite losing, Henin is happy she's 'able to compete at a high level.' Full Story
Safety Rules
Eliminating the rear wing might prevent cars from becoming airborne. (US Presswire)

Safety Rules

The timing might be a bit off, but some discussed changes -- spoiler replacing the rear wing on cars, eliminating the yellow line -- are steps in the right direction. Full Story
Mayfair Lakes Golf course review

Mayfair Lakes Golf course review

The staff at Inscores were fortunate enough to review Mayfair Lakes golf course in Richmond, British Columbia. This is the first of many reviews that will be posted in the new Inscores golf section. Full Story
Settlement reached
(The Canadian Press)

Settlement reached

After coach Mike Kelly was fired last month following his controversial rookie CFL season, speculation was he might take legal action against the Bombers over his dismissal. But the team confirmed Tuesday the club has reached an agreement with Kelly and their dealings with him are complete. Full Story
Spurs Sharp
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Spurs Sharp

Kobe Bryant's back spasms kept him out of the fourth quarter. The Spurs then topped the Lakers by 20 in San Antonio. Full Story
Fast lane
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Fast lane

Lane Kiffin's meteoric rise reached new heights Tuesday. Maybe USC is where he actually earns his station. Full Story
Price of admission
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Price of admission

A teary Mark McGwire confessed Monday to using steroids. Was it enough to sway ESPN's Hall of Fame electorate? Full Story
Where will he land?
(US Presswire)

Where will he land?

The biggest name in the rumors? Ilya Kovalchuk. Does your team have a chance to land the star? Here are 29 proposals, one for each team outside Atlanta, for Don Waddell to ponder. Full Story
Perrrfect Kiddy Cats
(US Presswire)

Perrrfect Kiddy Cats

Maybe No. 2 Kentucky is too young to know any better. But these Wildcats passed a major SEC test Tuesday night, winning at Florida 89-77 to improve to 17-0. Full Story
Stamp of Approval
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Stamp of Approval

Charles Woodson or Darrelle Revis? Both are terrific, but the Pack's Woodson was the right choice for defensive player of the year. Full Story
Third Stage
The Cowboys held the Eagles' big-play offense in check in their first two meetings. Can Philly adjust to take Round 3?

Third Stage

IRVING, Texas -- It's amazing how a single game can change our perception of a team. We just spent almost an entire season watching the Eagles destroy teams with big plays, but now we're wondering if they'll score again this season. Full Story
Heaven or Hull
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Heaven or Hull

Is U.S. hopeful Jozy Altidore the bomb or a bomb for Hull? Opinions vary, but there's still time for him to redeem himself. Full Story
Count It!
Nadal sinks his teeth into his first 2010 trophy. (AP)

Count It!

Rafael Nadal bags his first 2010 title albeit in exhibition. The Spaniard tops Robin Soderling 7-6, 7-5 in the final of the Abu Dhabi tourney. He also ends a two-match skid vs. the Swede. Full Story
Go Fourth and Prosper
Junior proved the only weak link during Hendrick's stellar year. (Getty Images)

Go Fourth and Prosper

First, second, third ... 25th? Hendrick dominated '09, and with an offseason dedicated to fixing Junior, the potent stable remains king of the NASCAR mountain. Full Story
Burnaby Mountain Golf course review

Burnaby Mountain Golf course review

Burnaby Mountain is the second review of many more to come for the 2012 season. Don Mark, the head pro, was kind enough to allow us to review the course and provide us with an abundance of information.
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Heading to Motown
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Heading to Motown

The Winnipeg Blue Bombers have lost defensive halfback Jonathan Hefney to the NFL. The club announced on Monday that the Rookie has agreed to a contract with the Detroit Lions, as per the NFL signing window. Full Story
Penguins on the Rocks
Evgeni Malkin has only five goals in his last 16 games. (Getty Images)

Penguins on the Rocks

The Penguins started the season just like they ended the last one -- on fire. But the champs are cooling and Wes Goldstein says it's not all slumping Evgeni Malkin's fault. Full Story
Head Over Heels
Jeremy Simmons and the Cougars fans rejoice after the upset. (AP)

Head Over Heels

This one hurts. The College of Charleston stuns ninth-ranked North Carolina with an 82-79 win in overtime. The Cougars' last victory over a ranked opponent came on Dec. 5, 1998 -- also against the Heels. Full Story
They Belong
Good luck finding a better defensive infielder than Roberto Alomar. (Getty Images)

They Belong

It's a ballot of Cooperstown's near-miss greatest hits: Raines, Blyleven, Morris, Dawson. Scott Miller votes for some of the 1980s' best and a second baseman who should be a lock. Full Story
Arenas Explains
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Arenas Explains

On Monday, Wizards guard Gilbert Arenas met with law enforcement officials to explain why he had guns at the Verizon Center. Full Story
Perfection
Boise State, which finishes 14-0, must love Glendale, Ariz. (Getty Images)

Perfection

Two unbeatens enter, but only one remains. No. 3 TCU and Boise State turn the Fiesta Bowl into a defensive battle before the No. 6 Broncos pull off a fake-punt play on the winning drive for a 17-10 victory. Full Story
The Truth Hurts
Wes Welker went down after his first catch Sunday. (US Presswire)

The Truth Hurts

Jim Caldwell should send Wes Welker a thank you note (after the get-well card). Not for getting hurt and missing the playoffs, but for validating his call to rest -- and keep -- his stars. Full Story
Playing It Perfectly
(US Presswire)

Playing It Perfectly

Alabama's Greg McElroy hit rough spots but the quarterback who doesn't lose has a title in his sights. Full Story
Ready to Take Over?
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Ready to Take Over?

American businessman Stan Kroenke has increased his stake in Arsenal and is now within 17 shares of the threshold that forces him to make a takeover bid. Full Story
Serena Supreme
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Serena Supreme

Playing her best at the most important events, American Serena Williams re-established herself as the top player in women's tennis in 2009 and was a landslide choice as Female Athlete of the Year by members of The Associated Press. Full Story
Still Winning
(US Presswire)

Still Winning

The fourth time was the charm. Jimmie Johnson went mainstream Monday when he was honored as the Male Athlete of the Year by members of The Associated Press. Full Story
Truth in Advertising
The end of 2009 hasn't been a pretty picture for Tiger Woods. (AP)

Truth in Advertising

The Arnold Palmer Invitational is no longer using Tiger Woods' image to sell tickets. In his final Up & Down of 2009, Steve Elling says it's not piling on -- it's fair and ethical marketing. Full Story
Cut in Winnipeg
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Cut in Winnipeg

Barrin Simpson's career with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers might be over for good this time. The club announced on Tuesday that they released the import linebacker, who they feuded with during the regular season. Full Story
Contending With Expectations
Vancouver hasn't quite gotten it together yet. (Getty Images)

Contending With Expectations

The Canucks reputedly had all the weaponry to defend the Northwest Division title. But instead they've underachieved and face a brutal Olympic road stretch, Wes Goldstein says. Full Story
Brother's Keeper
(US Presswire)

Brother's Keeper

Cal's Jerome Randle wanted his younger brother off the mean streets of Chicago's South Side. The solution? Bring him to Berkeley. Full Story
Electric Avenue
Jeremy Kerley has two momentum-changing punt returns this season against SMU and Colorado State. (Icon SMI)

Electric Avenue

Good things happen when TCU gets the ball into the hands of the talented Jeremy Kerley. Full Story
Familiar Pitch
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Familiar Pitch

The Yankees spent last offseason remaking their starting rotation. Well, they are at it again, acquiring Javier Vazquez from the Braves for Melky Cabrera. Full Story
Worth Less
Marbury, one of four one-time Nets in the bad five. (Getty Images)

Worth Less

Maybe you say Nash, Kobe, LeBron, Duncan and Shaq. Or K.G., Kidd for Duncan, Nash. However your All-Decade team looks, there are five guys who belong on nobody's list, Dave Del Grande says. Full Story
Serious G-Force
The Giants improve to 8-6 after the blowout victory. (Getty Images)

Serious G-Force

The Giants give their playoff hopes a big boost. Eli Manning throws three TDs as New York tops the Redskins 45-12. Gregg Doyel is sure of one thing after the Redskins' odd fake field-goal attempt: Jim Zorn is an idiot. Full Story
Americans nervously await Friday's World Cup draw

Americans nervously await Friday's World Cup draw

NEW YORK -- Bruce Arena remembered his first World Cup draw as U.S. coach and the sinking feeling he had watching the Americans get plunked into a group with Portugal and host South Korea in 2002. Full Story
Top Served
Davydenko defeated every '09 Grand Slam winner in London. (AP)

Top Served

Roger Federer had a tremendous season, but Nikolay Davydenko -- winner of the ATP World Tour Finals -- earns the privilege of sitting at No. 1 in the final Men's Power Rankings. Full Story
It's Vegas, Baby
(AP Photo/Isaac Breken)

It's Vegas, Baby

Did NASCAR do the right thing by moving its season-ending Champion's Week celebration from Manhattan to Sin City? By all indications, it figures to be a win-Wynn proposition. Full Story
Quit Stalling
The sooner Patrick announces her NASCAR plans, the better. (Getty Images)

Quit Stalling

Danica Patrick isn't doing herself any favors inside the NASCAR community. With a chance to shed light about her future in stock car racing, Patrick stays mum, Pete Pistone says. Full Story
The Final Lesson
Tiger Woods' once-impeccable image will never be the same again. (AP)

The Final Lesson

Is this enough? Do you finally get it? Steve Elling says Tiger Woods' shocking fall from grace should drive the point home for all: Look to places other than sports for your heroes. Full Story
Grey Cup Parade
(Reuters)

Grey Cup Parade

The celebration was typical Montreal. Tens of thousands of people, dancing, singing what was actually a Spanish soccer song appropriated years ago as a hockey cheer at games of the city's beloved Montreal Full Story
Same Ol' Alex
Expect more hits like this from Ovechkin. (US Presswire)

Same Ol' Alex

Alex Ovechkin says he won't allow a two-game ban for a knee-to-knee cramp his style. In fact, the Capitals star -- no stranger to infractions -- admits the punishment might just make him 'more angry.' Full Story
Big Ten Breakthrough
(AP Photo/Andy Manis)

Big Ten Breakthrough

The Big Ten was finally up to the Challenge. But it took a Clemson collapse and Wisconsin's upset of No. 5 Duke on Wednesday night. Full Story
Finishing School
'Bama was in disbelief after losing its lead last season. (Getty Images)

Finishing School

Last season, Alabama panicked. The Gators stunned Nick Saban's team in the final 15 minutes to take the SEC title. Now the battle-tested Crimson Tide are out to finish what they started, Dennis Dodd says. Full Story
Off-Season Daydreamin'
Holliday wouldn't want this to be his last Cardinals memory. (US Presswire)

Off-Season Daydreamin'

The Pirates ink an exotic import. Matt Holliday remains with the Cardinals. The NL West gets a marriage counselor. As the Stove warms up, Scott Miller's imagination percolates. Full Story
No Boo Birds
Vick went from Falcon to jailbird to Eagle. (Getty Images)

No Boo Birds

Many Falcons fans still love him, and he poses little threat to their team. That's why Pete Prisco and Clark Judge expect a warm welcome when Eagles backup Michael Vick returns to Atlanta on Sunday. Full Story
New Net Low
The 0-18 Nets make history ... the wrong way. (AP)

New Net Low

On the court Wednesday night, the Nets set a record for futility to start a season. Inside an 0-18 team's locker room, the feeling was hopeless, humiliating and historical. Full Story
Brandon Jennings has averaged close to 24.2 points per game

Brandon Jennings remembers the first time he saw his idol play. Allen Iverson had Michael Jordan lined up at the top of the key, darting right and left like a cobra before coldly dismantling him with the weapon that would sustain him for 13 years in the NBA Full Story
Online casinos offering cash prize draw

Online casinos offering cash prize draw

Online casino operator Vegas Partner Lounge has launched its special Casino Treasure Trove promotion that is promising to award players with a total of $10,000 each month throughout the year.
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Upon Further Review
(The Canadian Press)

Upon Further Review

The Canadian Football League says the B.C. Lions' 19-12 win over the Montreal Alouettes will stand despite the fact that mistakes were made by officials as the clock wound down Friday night. While the errors were unintentional, commissioner Mark Cohon said the league's "regret at this incident is deep and profound." Full Story
Tiger: Redesigned Cog Hill fit for a major -- or the Games
Tiger Woods says a public golf course, not a country club, would be a must for an Olympic venue. (AP)

Tiger: Redesigned Cog Hill fit for a major -- or the Games

LEMONT, Ill. -- Perhaps the only surprise is that he didn't start humming the Olympics theme song. World No. 1 Tiger Woods got his first look at the rebuilt Cog Hill No. 4 course Wednesday and proclaimed it worthy of hosting not only a future U.S. Open, but the 2016 Olympic Games.

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Capello in Line for £5m Bonus
The Italian shakes Wayne Rooney's hand as England progress. (Getty Images)

Capello in Line for £5m Bonus

Fabio Capello stands to win a world record £5m bonus if he can land the World Cup for England in South Africa. The biggest one-off payment to ever to be offered to a football manager, at international or club level, is part of the lucrative contract that lured Capello to the FA. Full Story
The Big Time
(Getty Images)

The Big Time

Time was Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s missing the Chase sent panic through NASCAR. The Chase is bigger than that now, and the storylines playing out are helping. Full Story
Weight Matters
A more confident Henderson-Niles stands at 278 pounds ... (Joe Murphy)

Weight Matters

Pierre Henderson-Niles was a top prospect out of high school. Once at Memphis, his weight almost forced him to quit. Now the senior is poised for a comeback. Full Story
Atlantic Roast Conference
Jason Worilds' Hokies took it on the chin from an SEC foe. (US Presswire)

Atlantic Roast Conference

The ACC sure needed the classic delivered by Miami and FSU. It helped deflect attention from the poor opening week for the maligned-yet-hopeful conference, Tony Barnhart says. Full Story
They'll Be Back
Joe Maddon's Rays will fall short after their W.S. run. (US Presswire)

They'll Be Back

Go ahead, dismiss the Rays as a fluke and relegate them as also-rans. But at least missing the playoffs won't trigger a spending spree because they're armed to compete next season, Danny Knobler says. Full Story
Insane in the Fame Game
Don't expect this much civility between Thomas and Brown. (Getty Images)

Insane in the Fame Game

Nobody will upstage M.J. on Friday, but presenters Isiah Thomas, Larry Brown and Charles Barkley might steal the show from other Hall of Fame inductees, Ken Berger says. Full Story
And the Winners Are...
Who will be trekking to Miami in February? (Graphic: Roland Liwag)

And the Winners Are...

When it comes to safe bets, Clark Judge says Tom Brady's return to stardom is a piece-of-cake prediction. Pete Prisco foresees the Bengals making a lot of noise and a familiar Super Bowl matchup. Full Story
Rambis to be introduced as T-Wolves coach Tuesday
Kurt Rambis was 24-13 as interim Lakers coach in 1998-99. (Getty Images)

Rambis to be introduced as T-Wolves coach Tuesday

The T-Wolves' post-McHale era begins with a figure from their ex-coach's past as Kurt Rambis takes over the young team in his first full-time No. 1 gig. Ken Berger wonders if Rambis will be coaching Ricky Rubio, and who starts at the point -- the young Spaniard or Jonny Flynn? Full Story
Redskins camp report: Tough Campbell faces crucible
Jim Zorn and Jason Campbell both face key seasons. (Getty Images)

Redskins camp report: Tough Campbell faces crucible

Fans were restless. The Redskins chased Jay Cutler and Mark Sanchez. But Jason Campbell is still No. 1 in D.C., with another (last?) shot to make his bones as a franchise passer, Clark Judge says. Full Story
White Sox claim two-time All-Star Rios from Toronto
'Stuff happens, and I just have to move on,' Alex Rios says after learning of Monday's move. (Getty Images)

White Sox claim two-time All-Star Rios from Toronto

It's finally official. After days of rumors, the Blue Jays let go of Alex Rios, who is claimed off waivers by the Chicago White Sox. Sorry, Toronto fans, your team won't be winning for some time, Danny Knobler says. Full Story
Choose Wisely
Key free agents: Trevor Ariza and Hedo Turkoglu. (Getty Images)

Choose Wisely

Let the players celebrate. Or in the Magic's case, commiserate. The GMs are already at work, devising ways to build rosters capable of returning to the NBA Finals, Ken Berger says. Full Story

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Howard Plays Superman Despite Not Getting Superstar Calls
Dwight Howard walks off a winner after scoring 10 of his 27 points in OT of Orlando's 116-114 win.

Howard Plays Superman Despite Not Getting Superstar Calls

ORLANDO -- He got a technical foul for taunting after scoring on Anderson Varejao, who had intentionally fouled him by grabbing him around the neck. Full Story
LBJ-Wade not a rival revival in the classic sense

LBJ-Wade not a rival revival in the classic sense

Russell had Wilt. Bird had Magic. Michael had ... nobody really, and everybody -- everybody who stood in his way. Basketball is a team sport, but in the NBA, individual rivalries make for good history and even better memories.

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Avi Resort and Casino, Laughlin, NV

I  drove down from Las Vegas to Laughlin, Nevada a while back, looking to explore poker rooms a typical tourist might not normally visit.

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Poker Book Review: Roy Brindley's 'Life's a Gamble'

Poker Book Review: Roy Brindley's 'Life's a Gamble'

 "Poker has been my redemption," declares Roy Brindley in the opening chapter of his new autobiography Life's a Gamble: The High Stakes and Low Life of a Poker Professional. Full Story

U.S. team prepares for World Cup qualifiers

MIAMI SHORES, Fla. -- Back from Europe and Major League Soccer openers, U.S. soccer players gathered Monday to prepare for this weekend's World Cup qualifier at El Salvador.

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Nadal beats Murray in straight sets to take Indian Wells title

Nadal beats Murray in straight sets to take Indian Wells title

INDIAN WELLS, Calif. -- Rafael Nadal powered his way to a 6-1, 6-2 victory over Andy Murray on a windy Sunday at the BNP Paribas Open, winning his second Indian Wells title in three years.

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Harvick drives his own car to Nationwide win at Bristol

Harvick drives his own car to Nationwide win at Bristol

BRISTOL, Tenn. -- Kevin Harvick proved just how strong his organization is Saturday by winning the Nationwide Series race at Bristol Motor Speedway in his own race car. Full Story
Despite Finchem's plea, Tour players not adding more tourneys

Despite Finchem's plea, Tour players not adding more tourneys

ORLANDO, Fla. -- The thrust this season was as crystalline as the trophies they hand out on Sundays at many PGA Tour stops.

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Eskimo vet Garrett announces retirement

Eskimo vet Garrett announces retirement

EDMONTON -- Longtime Edmonton Eskimo linebacker/defensive back Shannon Garrett announced his retirement today after a stellar 14 year CFL career.
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March to greatness? Time for Zags to walk that walk

March to greatness? Time for Zags to walk that walk

My bracket says North Carolina will beat Gonzaga on Friday in the Sweet 16, and then flatten whoever else falls into its path. My bracket says North Carolina is the best team in the 2009 NCAA tournament.

My bracket is full of crap, as usual.

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Being watched by a bunch of Hawkeyes

Being watched by a bunch of Hawkeyes

I've read your e-mails, Hawkeye fans. And after correcting all the spelling errors and grammatical mistakes I was able to piece together your basic message:

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Santana well suited for New York pressure cooker

Santana well suited for New York pressure cooker

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -- The standard has been set, and you can bet the comparison will be made.

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Association should try flexing muscles

Association should try flexing muscles

One of the best fuels to the NFL machine in recent years has been flex scheduling. With a flip of the switch, NBC is able to bury its scheduling errors ... or at least jettison them to oblivion.

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 Hot-seat Jauron banking on good T.O.

Hot-seat Jauron banking on good T.O.

DANA POINT, Calif. -- One of Buffalo Bills head coach Dick Jauron's closest friends is Steve Mariucci, yet Jauron didn't consult the former San Francisco head coach before the Bills signed Terrell Owens. And now it's clear why.

Just win, baby.

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LeBron's supporting cast meets King's expectations

LeBron's supporting cast meets King's expectations

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- When it comes to his future, LeBron James' words are always subject to interpretation. Sometimes three, four, or eight interpretations.

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Politics and Poker

Politics and Poker

The European Parliament is worried about your data sitting dormant on websites of all kinds and last week began formal discussions to further regulate personal data on the Internet. Full Story

Portland wins bid for MLS expansion team

PORTLAND, Ore. -- Portland will join Major League Soccer in 2011 along with Vancouver, British Columbia, as the league expands to 18 teams.

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Murray takes out Federer again to move into Indian Wells final

Murray takes out Federer again to move into Indian Wells final

INDIAN WELLS, California -- Andy Murray beat Roger Federer for the fourth straight time Saturday, winning 6-3, 4-6, 6-1 to advance to the BNP Paribas Open final.

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Though it's race No. 5, Bristol critical for Martin, others

Though it's race No. 5, Bristol critical for Martin, others

It may seem absurd to call the fifth race of a 36-race schedule critical but Sunday's Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway is just that for a pretty large group of drivers.

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Lehman shoots 68 to claim first 54-hole lead in more than four years

Lehman shoots 68 to claim first 54-hole lead in more than four years

PALM HARBOR, Fla. -- Two weeks after turning 50, former Ryder Cup captain Tom Lehman looked like his old self Saturday in the Transitions Championship with a 3-under 68 for his first 54-hole lead in more than four years.

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THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

HAMILTON -- The Hamilton Tiger-Cats announced today that the team has signed import quarterback Kevin Glenn.
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Villanova vs. UCLA

Villanova vs. UCLA

PHILADELPHIA -- Rollie Massimino sat on the edge of his seat, rooting on his former team from behind the bench. By the end, he was leaning back in his chair and soaking it in.

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Weis decides to call plays from field during games

SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Notre Dame coach Charlie Weis started spring practice Friday by saying he plans to stay on the field for games in the fall.

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Scrimp 'n' save: A brief on bad roto relief

Scrimp 'n' save: A brief on bad roto relief

There are exactly two circumstances under which I'd recommend drafting a closer in the first ten rounds of your Fantasy baseball draft or devoting more than 1/25th of your payroll to a single closer in your auction. First, if your league awards points for road-ragey, eyes-bulging snarls, in which case Boston firebreather Jonathan Papelbon should be the first name off the board. And second, in the event that you're in a league with me, so that I can benefit from your boobery.

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Defensive back prospects

Defensive back prospects

Although there is nobody claiming to be the next Deion Sanders shut-down cornerback or the second coming of Ronnie Lott at safety, this year's group of defensive backs offers an interesting array of talent.

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Venetian Releases 2009 Deep Stack Extravaganza III Schedule

Venetian Releases 2009 Deep Stack Extravaganza III Schedule

The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino in Las Vegas has released the schedule for this summer's Deep Extravaganza III series. Full Story

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Cold Facts on Peyton
Kings take the Cup
Rodgers takes game, reputation to the top level
Chicago, San Francisco cut from list of potential U.S. World Cup sites
Comeback success
Safety Rules
Mayfair Lakes Golf course review
Settlement reached
Spurs Sharp
Fast lane
Price of admission
Where will he land?
Perrrfect Kiddy Cats
Stamp of Approval
Third Stage
Heaven or Hull
Count It!
Go Fourth and Prosper
Burnaby Mountain Golf course review
Heading to Motown
Penguins on the Rocks
Head Over Heels
They Belong
Arenas Explains
Perfection
The Truth Hurts
Playing It Perfectly
Ready to Take Over?
Serena Supreme
Still Winning
Truth in Advertising
Cut in Winnipeg
Contending With Expectations
Brother's Keeper
Electric Avenue
Familiar Pitch
Worth Less
Serious G-Force
Americans nervously await Friday's World Cup draw
Top Served
It's Vegas, Baby
Quit Stalling
The Final Lesson
Grey Cup Parade
Same Ol' Alex
Big Ten Breakthrough
Finishing School
Off-Season Daydreamin'
No Boo Birds
New Net Low
Online casinos offering cash prize draw
Upon Further Review
Tiger: Redesigned Cog Hill fit for a major -- or the Games
Capello in Line for £5m Bonus
The Big Time
Weight Matters
Atlantic Roast Conference
They'll Be Back
Insane in the Fame Game
And the Winners Are...
Rambis to be introduced as T-Wolves coach Tuesday
Redskins camp report: Tough Campbell faces crucible
White Sox claim two-time All-Star Rios from Toronto
Choose Wisely
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Howard Plays Superman Despite Not Getting Superstar Calls
LBJ-Wade not a rival revival in the classic sense
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Poker Book Review: Roy Brindley's 'Life's a Gamble'
U.S. team prepares for World Cup qualifiers
Nadal beats Murray in straight sets to take Indian Wells title
Harvick drives his own car to Nationwide win at Bristol
Despite Finchem's plea, Tour players not adding more tourneys
Eskimo vet Garrett announces retirement
March to greatness? Time for Zags to walk that walk
Being watched by a bunch of Hawkeyes
Santana well suited for New York pressure cooker
Association should try flexing muscles
Hot-seat Jauron banking on good T.O.
LeBron's supporting cast meets King's expectations
Politics and Poker
Portland wins bid for MLS expansion team
Murray takes out Federer again to move into Indian Wells final
Though it's race No. 5, Bristol critical for Martin, others
Lehman shoots 68 to claim first 54-hole lead in more than four years
THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck
Villanova vs. UCLA
Weis decides to call plays from field during games
Scrimp 'n' save: A brief on bad roto relief
Defensive back prospects
Venetian Releases 2009 Deep Stack Extravaganza III Schedule

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