1. Oh Yeah, Canada Finds Its Mojo: It's Far From Over

    What a difference one game makes. It seemed the Canadians were burnt as French toast and almost disappointed a homeland in which tears engulfed the psyche of a sensitive nation, its expectations submerged...

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  2. The Meaning of These Games: U.S. Makes Us Proud With Unforeseen Glory

    I must confess gushing over excitement the U.S. Olympic stars engendered is captivating and honorable. The well-deserving praise is seen globally, bracing the particular U.S...

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  3. U.S. Exemplifies a Global Miracle: Conquering Gold Appears Logic

    As a nation, we witnessed a potential miracle in the making of a phenomenal championship for a country that isn’t groomed or cultivated in a strong upbringing of accomplishing triumph in an enigmatic sport...

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  4. U.S. Olympic Stars Popularizes Games, but Chad Hedrick Hits Downside

    It’s unfortunate a long-awaited dream was shattered, hindering him from a potential shot at fame and glory. When an Olympian trains years for the unforeseen, a heartbreaker is unimagined ...

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  5. Tiger Conveys Sorrow, but I'm Not Buying Elusive Message

    The truth is, the annoying speculations of Tiger Woods committing horrible transgressions haven’t vanished. It has been the most dreadful months for Woods, the faultless and admirable icon...

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  6. Truth Is, Lindsey Vonn Is a Golden Olympic Tale

    If there was one noticeable thing about the British Columbia, it was Lindsey Vonn aptly renaming the site of the competition Vonncouver...

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  7. Sidney Crosby Might Be the Finest Symbol of Canada

    Of all the sporting events taking place in the Winter Games, none are greater and more exhilarating than Team Canada...

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  8. Avoid Beer and Bartenders: However, It's Miller (and Redemption) Time

    Frankly, this wasn’t a moment of immortality or elation, but a redemption story for an embattled U.S. skier Bode Miller...

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  9. All Eyes on Apolo Ohno for Decorating the Winter Games

    We’ve seen the finest and most laidback speed skater become one of the most popular world-class athletes. For Apolo Anton Ohno, he’s the magnet of the Winter Games, catching our attention as a short-track skater...

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  10. Apolo Ohno Is No Fluke, No Joke: His Turnaround Reveals Feel-Good Story

    In any other context, Apolo Anton Ohno is a rare talent. He’s the perfectionist in a sport that comes with much durability and technique, a matchless attribute separating him from a typical speed skater...

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  11. Oh No, Canada: Luge Tragedy Casts Gloom on Winter Games

    Because the Olympics is most famous, at a time the greatest athletes unite and compete globally in the beautiful scenery of the British Columbia, experiencing a freak accident that suddenly turned into a devastating tragedy wasn’t anticipated...

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  12. If Lindsey Vonn Misses Out and Nurses Shin, Then No Olympic Panorama

    Having seen her on the website, she poses as America’s Top Model instead of America’s star skier. Taking a glance at the Sports Illustrated ’s new swimsuit issue, Lindsey Vonn, the U.S...

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  13. Danica Patrick's Debut at Daytona Is Must-See TV: You Go, Girl

    She wears an attractive smile while on the speedway, but when she enters the vehicle and starts her engine, Danica Patrick isn’t the feminine driver or the stylish woman who once appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated...

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  14. His Show Produce Great Entertainment, but Conserve It for Lakers, Kobe

    When the greatest superstar on the planet suddenly suffers a minor injury, the world suddenly stops, panics, and provokes a controversy as NBA All-Star weekend looms ever so closer...

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  15. Kill the Golden Goose, Goodell: Save NFL or Encounter Ugly Lockout

    For all the foolish nonsense of a potential lockout by 2011, Roger Goodell will make enemies if he doesn’t reach an agreement any time soon. Things are animous currently, in which football could suddenly face a hideous relapse...

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  16. Saints March Into Super Bowl, a Memorable Win For a Long-Suffering City

    In what may have been the most heartfelt game in Super Bowl history, Who Dat Nation can finally celebrate on Bourbon Street. They can begin tossing black and gold beads, feast on gumbo, and eat Emerald's prepared food dishes...

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  17. Colts Are Tops, but Don't Ignore Williams' Monstrous Saints Defense

    So, the New Orleans Saints marched in as the greatest story of the NFL this year. Unless someone is inhumane, or just refuses to root for the Who Dat squad, the Saints are a storybook team...

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  18. Like Father, Like Son, but Peyton's Legacy Ascends Greater than Archie's

    His father, Archie, was a hometown icon, espoused as the noble quarterback in a city that never had much luck winning games. Peyton Manning was introduced to the game at a young age, rooting on Archie, who wore a Saints uniform...

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  19. Reggie Bush's Show is Bigger Than Life

    Given the fortune of meeting the biggest stage in his lifetime, Reggie Bush’s time to shine is now. Of course, this week’s storyline circles around Peyton Manning’s legacy, neglecting Bush’s newborn career...

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  20. Jeremy Shockey: From Bombastic Bust to Super Hero?

    There was a point amid a promising NFL career when Jeremy Shockey behaved annoyingly. But then came Media Day, the moment we were able to grasped signs of maturity...

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  21. Colts: What's Not to Love? Manning, Indeed, a Franchise Megastar

    The annual circus arrived and light rain dropped, lifting insanity in Miami, an active community opportune in hosting festivities...

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  22. No Super Bowl Triumph for Colts Without Dwight Freeney

    This early, in the year, NFL teams are unwilling to arrange a vacation to Florida. Indeed, it’s a refreshing vacational spot for relaxing and aloof from reality...

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  23. Kentucky Basketball: Fried Chickens Are Gone, Wildcats Elite Once Again

    Well, that confirms it. There’s much we know about Kentucky in a season when elite toughness has returned, banishing all the burdens...

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  24. No Better Way To Put It: Kurt Warner Forges a Beautiful Legacy

    He was an ordinary kid stacking cans on the selves of a Hy-Vee supermarket, and settled for minimum wages to make ends meat for his family...

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  25. Brett Favre: Enough With All the Weary Pondering, Just Come Back

    Whether it has any relation to being described as an egomaniac or someone unwilling to yield the game in which wealth and fame enhanced a legacy, he doesn’t have to take us on another un-retiring/retiring saga...

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