1. Lions Accept Federal Bailout: Unforeseen Economic Backlash Causes Panic

    Detroit, MI - In an effort to bolster sagging ticket sales for his beleaguered NFL franchise, Lions owner William Clay Ford has accepted a $200 million Obama administration bailout designed to lower ticket prices to levels obtainable to the average fan.

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  2. Hooping It Up in DC: Obama Stacks the Deck

    If you caught the article in Sports Illustrated "The Audacity of Hoops", you've got to be alarmed with the newly appointed president's overt attempts to assemble the most dominate government level pick-up basketball team in the post World War II era...

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  3. Mark Sanchez's Divorce To Pete Carroll Means Changes in the Land of Plenty

    You've heard it, I've heard it, we've all heard it before. "Can we still be friends" is the final cop-out in any relationship gone bad...

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  4. BCS Football Playoff Model Leaked

    I Eugene, Oregon - In an effort to suppress growing discontent for the current "method" of selecting college football's Division-I national champion, BCS president David Frohnmayer ...

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  5. I Hate Tom Brady: Five Reasons You Should Too

    Greed, sloth, wrath...yada, yada, yada. I know it’s one of the big seven, but I hate the guy anyway. Envy, according to Pope Gregory, will get you a luxury box seat for the Lake of Fire Bowl...

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  6. Barry Bonds Case: How Do You Define Vague?

    I happened to read an article a few days ago where Barry Bonds' lawyers asked for a dismissal of his indictment on the grounds that the questions asked by the grand jury were vague and confusing...

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  7. Super Bowl Moved From Arizona—New Location Revealed

    People do a lot of things on Super Bowl Sunday they wouldn’t normally do. Drink too much? Yeah. Bet on football? Maybe just this game...

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  8. WVU Football: Rich Rodriguez Agrees To Pay in Full!

    Expressing remorse over the escalation of the troubling situation and concern for his reputation as well as the reputations of West Virginia University and University of Michigan, Rich Rodriguez has agreed to pay WVU a sum of $4,000,000...

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  9. The Empire Strikes Back: WVU Responds to Rogriquez

    West Virginia University President David Hardesty, Jr. exhibited class and professionalism today while pressed for answers concerning former coach Rich Rodriguez's "ass whoopin'" comments earlier this week...

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  10. Who Wants a Piece?: Rich Rodriguez Tells WVU Where To Get Off

    Ann Arbor, MI — In a recent telephone interview, Rich Rodriguez lashed out at West Virginia University President Mike Garrison and his staff saying, "You don't want any of this! If somebody wants a piece, come and get it...

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  11. College FB: Top 10 Reasons SEC Teams Don't Travel North

    With all due deference to David Letterman, I present to you the Top 10 Reasons SEC teams like to keep it close to home... 10. Green card revoked at Mason-Dixon Line.9. Mule can't pull team wagon that far...

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  12. Masters Shocker: Mike Weir Surrenders Green Jacket

    Augusta, GA — In an unprecedented Sunday evening ceremony, Mike Weir returned the coveted Green Jacket awarded him for his 2003 Masters victory, after Augusta National members discovered ...

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  13. Report: Wardrobe Dispute Led to Nick Saban's Departure from Miami

    Tuscaloosa, AL — In a recent GQ article, embattled Crimson Tide coach Nick Saban revealed that an ongoing and irreconcilable dispute with the Miami Dolphins wardrobe staff, not a looming ...

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  14. Les Miles' Wild Ride: The BCS Trophy Hits the Road

    New Orleans, LA — In a shocking postgame statement, LSU coach Les Miles vowed to let his players take the BCS trophy "on the road"—and share it with every university which might have claim to it...

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  15. BCS Championship Game: LSU Fans Promise to Stay "Liquored Up"

    New Orleans, LA — Early morning interviews on WWL-TV, the local CBS affiliate, revealed a rogue faction of LSU fans vowing anarchy in the run-up to the BCS Championship Game.Spotted at S...

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  16. Sooner Charity: Oklahoma Volunteers Services as Bowl Opponent

    Norman, OK — In an effort to demonstrate Oklahoma's willingness to play "anybody, anywhere, anytime, on any field," Sooners coach Bob Stoops today made an impassioned plea to bowl committees nationwide...

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  17. Split National Championship?: Pete Carroll Romances the AP

    Pasadena, CA — In an 11th-hour appeal to AP reporters around the country, Pete Carroll today professed his undying love for the AP—and apologized for the 2005 snub that left many AP writers confused and perplexed...

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