1. 2012 Six Nations Rugby: Time Is Now for Scotland as They Get Set to Face Wales

    It must be difficult for Scotland to forget about last weekend's Calcutta Cup defeat. The 13-6 heartbreaking loss to bitter rival England has been analysed and discussed from virtually ...

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  2. Scottish Premier League: Hearts Boss Sergio Fires Back at Kilmarnock's Shiels

    After digesting criticisms from his Kilmarnock counterpart all week, Hearts manager Paulo Sergio lashed out yesterday, and added to the intrigue surrounding Saturday's SPL contest...

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  3. Scottish Premier League: Rangers V. Dunfermline Preview

    Down four points to Celtic , Glasgow Rangers surely need a significant win against last-place Dunfermilne if they hope to keep pace with their surging rival. The importance of this match has not been lost on the Rangers' players...

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  4. 2012 Six Nations Rugby: Laidlaw Gets Chance to Prove Himself Versus Wales

    It was only a matter of inches. A slightly different bounce or a little more reach—that was all that separated stand-off replacement Greig Laidlaw from becoming a hero for Scotland last weekend against England...

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  5. Celtic vs. Hearts: Celtic Coast to 4-0 Win After Goal Denied

    While the score at Tynecastle last night looks lopsided, it might have been a completely different result in another world. After a positive build up, Hearts earned a corner kick after just two minutes of play...

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  6. 2012 Six Nations Rugby: Probable Starting XV for Scotand Against Wales

    With Dan Parks officially out of the picture , Scotland coach Andy Robinson faces few difficult decisions in his starting XV for this weekend...

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  7. 2012 Six Nations Rugby: Scotland's Parks Retires from International Competition

    Amid significant controversy and consternation, Scotland's Dan Parks has announced his retirement from international rugby today. Parks' decision comes after a lackluster performance against rival England, in last weekend's Calcutta Cup...

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  8. 2012 NFL Free Agents: Baltimore Ravens Should Target These 5 Players

    The top three objectives for the Baltimore Ravens this offseason shouldn't be a secret to anyone. Number 1: Sign Ray Rice. Number 2: Reach a contract extension with Joe Flacco ...

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  9. 2012 Six Nations Rugby: Wales-Scotland Match Preview

    Scotland coach Andy Robinson has a lot to think about this week. After a less-than-sterling performance against England last Saturday at Murrayfield, Robinson's Scottish side have ...

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  10. 2012 NFL Draft: Baltimore Ravens Full Mock Draft

    On the eve of the Super Bowl, and as Ravens fans are still in mourning, it is time to revisit the NFL draft...

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  11. 2012 Six Nations: Scotland's Dan Parks Has Difficult Road Ahead

    It has been a tough few matches for Scotland fly-half Dan Parks. After he missed a makable drop-goal against Argentina in this past year's Rugby World Cup that would've helped put ...

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  12. 2012 Six Nations Rugby: Scotland's Loss to England Proves Bitter Pill

    It was all there for Andy Robinson's Scottish side at Murrayfield last night. As an inexperienced English team prepared for stormy weather and 67,000 Scottish supporters, Robinson promised "mayhem" and "chaos" from his squad...

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  13. Baltimore Ravens' Terrell Suggs Is the Only Choice for NFL's Defensive MVP

    Wow. Just wow. That's simply all you can say after watching Baltimore Ravens outside linebacker Terrell Suggs this season. In his ninth season, Suggs is without question playing the best football of his career...

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  14. 2012 NFL Mock Draft: Predicting the Baltimore Ravens' First 7 Rounds

    While it could be a little early to start thinking about the Baltimore Ravens ' needs in April's 2012 draft, here is a seven-round mock of players Ozzie Newsome and Eric DeCosta should be thinking about when they're on the clock...

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  15. Baltimore Ravens: Five Potential Free Agents For A Ravens' Super Bowl Run

    On the day when the New York Jets and the Pittsburgh Steelers will battle in frigid conditions for a trip to Dallas, Ravens fans will turn away from their televisions around 6:30 EST...

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  16. Carolina Panthers: With Andrew Luck Staying, Who's No. 1 in 2011 NFL Draft?

    For months, scouts have written about Andrew Luck as the best player in the country. After Monday night's game against Virginia Tech, an even greater number of people (myself included) saw Luck as a lock for the first pick in the draft...

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  17. Sugar Bowl Win Shows Hypocrisy Abounds for Tressel, NCAA in Ohio State Football

    Let me begin by saying that I am not here to debate the merit of the rule that will lead five of Ohio State's best players to be suspended next year...

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  18. Andrew Luck of Stanford Is Simply Too Good To Pass On

    As an East Coast guy, I sometimes miss out on a lot of sports West of the Mississippi. But like a lot of people, I got a chance last night to watch Andrew Luck dismantle a talented and experienced Virginia Tech defense...

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  19. Randy Edsall For Maryland Football: Safe Hire, Logical Hire, Right Hire?

    Around two o'clock today, new Athletic Director, Kevin Anderson, introduced Randy Edsall to the University of Maryland and Terrapin fans. The move comes at the conclusion of an up and down month for the school's football program...

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  20. Running Thin: How Steven Jackson's 11 Carries Cost St. Louis Rams a Playoff Spot

    As (some of) America watched the "game of the week" last night, I couldn't help but feel like something was wrong...

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  21. 2010 NFL Playoff Preview: Time For Flacco and Ravens to Take Place Among Elite

    Interesting fact: Joe Flacco is one of only six quarterbacks in NFL history to have 10,000 passing yards in his first three seasons. He also has joined a select group of passers to not miss the playoffs in any of his of his first three years...

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  22. The 10 Fantasy Football All-Stars You Never Heard of Before 2009

    Every year as the summer draws to a close, groups of friends around the country get together for their annual fantasy draft. The top few selections and rounds tend to go by without too many surprises...

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  23. Breaking News: Urban Meyer Steps Down

    Citing health concerns and a desire to be focus on his family, Urban Meyer will step down from his position as the head football coach for the University of Florida after his team competes in the Sugar Bowl on January 1...

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  24. For Redskins' Zorn, Albert Haynesworth's Comments Are Especially Scrooge-Like

    For an organization and coach trying to point the Washington Redskins in the right direction this holiday season, defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth is playing the part of Scrooge...

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  25. The 10 Candidates for NBA Rookie of the Year...So Far

    I know. Brandon Jennings had 55 points in a game this year. But before you say the rookie of the year race is over, take some time to consider a few other options...

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