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Thursday, January 30, 2014

Derrick Coleman surprises hearing-impaired fans with Super Bowl tickets

Derrick Coleman surprises hearing-impaired fans with Super Bowl tickets


Derrick Coleman surprises hearing-impaired fans with Super Bowl tickets

Posted: 30 Jan 2014 05:07 PM PST

Derrick Coleman could be a champion, but he's already a hero to two young fans -- and many more.

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Dwight Howard, Chris Bosh, James Harden selected as All-Star reserves

Posted: 30 Jan 2014 04:13 PM PST

Dwight Howard and Chris Paul lead a group of 14 players selected as All-Star Game reserves.

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Boomer Esiason's top five quarterbacks of 2013

Posted: 30 Jan 2014 08:41 PM PST

Who are Boomer Esiason's top five QBs of the '13 season? Number one is obvious, but his other four aren't clear cut.

College Basketball Power Rankings: Examining Big Ten tiers

Posted: 30 Jan 2014 10:31 AM PST

Premier passers Tyler Ennis and T.J. McConnell have been key to their undefeated teams' top two spots.

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Rams owner buys possible stadium site in L.A.

Posted: 30 Jan 2014 08:03 PM PST

Kaepernick blasts 'afraid' Sherman in interview

Posted: 30 Jan 2014 10:48 AM PST

‘If I throw it [the ball] a foot farther … now you’re the goat, Richard Sherman,’ said Colin Kaepernick (right). (Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images)

Selected All-Star Game reserves

Posted: 30 Jan 2014 04:13 PM PST

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Ex-Ranger Young retiring after 14 MLB seasons

Posted: 30 Jan 2014 06:15 PM PST

Packers' McCarthy's SB advice for Fox, Carroll

Posted: 30 Jan 2014 09:22 AM PST

How should John Fox and Pete Carroll approach the final 48 hours before kickoff? Here's my advice.

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NASCAR creates winner-take-all Chase format

Posted: 30 Jan 2014 04:32 PM PST

Brian France was in a rush. Stepping onto a private jet in Los Angeles, which would soon ferry him to another sold-out NASCAR race, he lifted his cell phone to his ear and spoke in a rapid-fire way. The chairman of NASCAR had people to see, expanding budgets to review, and a Victory Lane to visit. Life was so heady for France as he slid into his leather seat on this warm afternoon in Southern California that he was moved to share his big dream: one day soon NASCAR would hold races throughout Europe and Asia.

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