1. Live Blog: Rick Reilly Co-Hosting PTI

    Yeah, I believe Awful Announcing on this one. And I’ll be live-blogging after the jump. First off, Reilly isn’t that strange a choice to guest host...

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  2. The Games of the 29th Olympiad: Jason Lezak and the Power of the Moment

    Here’s the full race, via NBC. (Quick, painless download required.) Here’s the version Deadspin has, which shows, at the end of the video, the end of the race and the beginning of the medal ceremony, and isn’t likely to be taken down...

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  3. An Open Letter to Brett Favre

    Dear Brett, You have been my favorite athlete and my sporting hero since I was six years old. But now, and only now, I am compelled to write you a letter. And it’s not fan mail...

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  4. Glorious Quotes from Urban Meyer

    From this article in Sunday’s Gainesville Sun: "The evening began at 6:30 with a pep talk from Gator coach Urban Meyer...

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  5. Even the AP Makes “Misktakes”

    So I went to ESPN.com to read their British Open recap, which, at this point, is just AP copy, as is usually the case very shortly after any event...

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  6. The Hornets: Less of a Poseur With James Posey?

    The Wednesday after baseball’s All-Star Game is the quietest day in American sports; really the only one that doesn’t have a substantive event from the NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, the PGA Tour, or NASCAR...

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  7. Word of the Day: Tigerbole

    While I was writing about and live-blogging the U.S. Open this weekend, I wrote the word “Tigerbole” twice to describe the media hyperventilation over the greatest golfer of this generation, maybe ever...

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  8. That Was Awesome. Now What?

    Congratulations, sports fan. You’ve now lived through one of the more exciting sports weeks in recent memory. Now figure out something else to do for two months...

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  9. The Live Blog, Cubed

    So Jason Sobel live blogs golf for ESPN, and Cousins of Ron Mexico live blogs Sobel’s blogs for The Big Lead. I figured it was just meta enough for me to live blog the live blog of the live blog...

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  10. The Greatest Day In Sports, Ever?

    Sunday was indisputably a day full of drama, mostly thanks to some guy I was cheering for finding another way to make golf riveting theater. But was it one of the best days in sports history? Let’s examine...

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  11. Tiger Woods and Why I'll Root for Him Today

    Tiger Woods turned in some of the most spectacular golf you will ever see on the back nine at Torrey Pines on Saturday, rolling in two long, snaking eagles putts and pitching in a miracle chip for birdie from a ridiculous lie on the 17th...

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  12. Why Fines Won’t Stop Flops

    The NBA, according to ESPN.com, will be instituting some as-yet-undetermined system of fines next season to discourage the practice of flopping. Don’t expect it to make much difference...

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  13. Ryan Lochte, Shayla Worley and the Cost of Olympic Dreams

    This morning in the Orlando Sentinel, Andrea Adelson writes, “There is a spending freeze in the Lochte and Worley households...

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  14. The 2008 WNBA Season Preview: Expect Great?

    Sure, it’s easy to make fun of commercials like this, even if Candace Parker’s among the most physically stunning human beings to ever pick up a basketball. But maybe, just maybe, you can expect this WNBA to…well, not grate...

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  15. Tennessee Volunteers: Candace Parker's Decision a Smart One

    When first I heard that Candace Parker was considering leaving the University of Tennessee to enter the WNBA Draft, I was shocked...

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  16. Ball Out When it’s Fall Out

    I like this idea, the one putting the Denver Nuggets and Los Angeles Lakers on an outdoor court. I like it a lot...

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  17. Cycling, Cycling, Wherefore Art Thou, Cycling?

    The short answer to that question is California. The longer answer, though, is sad. I turned on Versus (or VS, or We Show Hockey Network, or whatever it’s called) last night at, oh, maybe ...

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  18. NBA: Ball Out When It's Fall Out?

    According to recent reports, the NBA will hold a preseason exhibition between the Denver Nuggets and Los Angeles Lakers on October 11th at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden. More to come...

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  19. I Pity Baltimore Raven Terrell Suggs

    I know I shouldn’t be complaining from my palatial basement about the monetary gifts due to the superstar athlete who entertains me and the rest of the world immensely...

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  20. What If...Tom Brady Came Out From Under the Big Top?

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  21. NBA: Hawks, Heat to Replay Closing Minute of Game

    Maybe the one good thing Shaquille O'Neal has done this NBA season was something he didn't do.Thanks to an NBA ruling that found an official scorer was incorrect in ruling the Miami Heat ...

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  22. Back to the Mountaintop: The Return of Brett Favre

    The salt-and-pepper beard and world-weary eyes define him now.Once, Brett Favre was a jubilant, breathtaking daredevil who scurried around the field and launched airstrikes with his right arm...

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