1. 'Ghosts of Ole Miss': A Look into the Magnolia State's Most Tumultuous Year

    1962. It should have been the most glamorous year in Ole Miss football history, as the Rebels went undefeated. But for reasons off the field, it was the university's most tumultuous year...

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  2. 9.79*: A Look at Maybe the Most Unforgettable Ten Seconds in Olympic History

    "If you don't take it, you won't make it." At first, that might sound like an inspirational statement. But in reality, that summed up the attitudes many people had toward performance enhancing drugs...

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  3. ESPN's 30 for 30: Review of Broke, a Fascinating Look into Financial Struggles

    It usually doesn't seem like news when a professional athlete signs a multimillion dollar contract. It hasn't been for years...

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  4. Euro 2012: Thoughts and Observations from Portugal vs. Spain

    Here are some of my thoughts and observations from Spain's victory over Portugal on penalties in the semifinals of Euro 2012 ...

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  5. Euro 2012: Thoughts and Obversations from the Spain-France Match

    Here are my thoughts and observations from Spain's 2-0 victory over France in the quarterfinals of Euro 2012 ...

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  6. Euro 2012: 3 Thoughts from the Spain-Croatia Match

    Here are three thoughts of mine from Spain's 1-0 Group C victory over Croatia. A Largely Ho-Hum Performance by Spain Okay, Spain had the lion's share of possession...

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  7. Dream Team: NBA TV Takes Us Down Memory Lane

    The early 1990s - the era of Nirvana, the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, good Saturday morning cartoons... And the Dream Team...

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  8. Euro 2012: A Brief Look at the Tournament After Each Team's First Match

    Now that each team has played one match in Euro 2012 , it's only natural to summarize the tournament up to this point and predict how the groups will go from here...

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  9. Euro 2012: Thoughts and Observations from the Spain-Italy Match

    Here are my thoughts and observations from the 1-1 in Group C opener for both and Italy and Spain. Bad Mario The good thing about Mario Balotelli is he'll do something everything will talk about afterwards...

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  10. Euro 2012: Observations from the Germany vs. Portugal Match

    Here are my observations and thoughts following Germany's 1-0 win over Portugal in Group B of Euro 2012 : A surprisingly tight defensive match There had been 12 goals scored in the previous three Germany vs...

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  11. Euro 2012: 3 Thoughts from the Poland-Greece Match

    Here are three thoughts from the Euro 2012 opener between Poland and Greece. Two dropped points for the Greeks...

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  12. Euro 2012: 5 Most Interesting Group Stage Matches

    It's just about here. Football's second biggest international tournament is just about to kick off, so there are no shortage of predictions regarding who will win, who will surprise and who will just plain embarrass themselves...

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  13. Spain: Three Thoughts from the Friendly Against South Korea

    There are three things I noticed from Spain's friendly against South Korea earlier today in Bern. Yeah, I know there were no Barcelona players in the lineup for Spain, as they were being rested after the Copa del Rey final...

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  14. Lolo Jones: ESPN Reintroduces Sports Fans to the Hurdler

    Everyone knows her impossible-to-forget name, her good looks and unquestioned talents. But hurdler Lolo Jones is a lot more than a pretty face with a lot of speed...

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  15. 'The Announcement': An Excellent Look into the Life of Magic Johnson

    Everyone knows the story. On November 7, 1991, Earvin " Magic " Johnson announced he was HIV-positive and putting an end to his illustrious NBA career...

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  16. 5 More Amazing Wilt Chamberlain Accomplishments

    Fifty years ago today, Wilt Chamberlain did the unthinkable, scoring 100 points for the Philadelphia Warriors in a 169-147 victory over the New York Knicks ...

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  17. Chelsea vs. Manchester United: 3 Thoughts from the Match

    Here are three thoughts from the 3-3 draw between Chelsea and Manchester United at Stamford Bridge. Wayne Rooney came alive in the second half Practically absent in ...

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  18. Can Indianapolis Colts Avoid the Same Fate as the '08 Detroit Lions?

    The New England Patriots have a difficult challenge ahead of them on Saturday when they face the Indianapolis Colts , this year's version of the late '80s San Francisco 49ers ...

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  19. U.S. Men's National Soccer Team: Thoughts from Matches Against France & Slovenia

    Here are four thoughts from the United States' recently-completed friendlies against France and Slovenia. The U.S. attack was present against Slovenia: Perhaps it was U.S...

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  20. Philadelphia Eagles: The Rest of Their Season, Game-by-Game

    With their 20-13 victory over the Washington Redskins in their last game, the Philadelphia Eagles might have saved their season—or at the very least, they quieted talk their season was over...

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  21. Liverpool vs Manchester United: 3 Observations from 1-1 Draw

    Here are three observations from the Liverpool - Manchester United match: It's stunning Wayne Rooney started the match on the bench The Premier League's leading scorer was surely looking forward to putting the incident in Macedonia behind him...

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  22. USA vs. Ecuador: 3 Observations from the Match

    Here are three observations from the USA's 1-0 friendly defeat by Ecuador. USA May Not Be Searching for a Left-Back Much Longer Despite being right-footed and not a natural at the position, Timothy Chandler acquitted himself quite well...

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  23. Philadelphia Eagles Aren't Done Yet, but Their Super Bowl Hopes Might Be Soon

    When Alex Henery kicked a 33-yard field goal with 9:30 left in the third quarter against the San Francisco 49ers , all seemed well for the Philadelphia Eagles as they were up 23-3 and on their way to victory...

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  24. Steve Bartman: 'Catching Hell' Does a Great Job of Examining the (in)famous Play

    A fly ball wouldn't ordinarily seem to be the catalyst for an interesting documentary. But as everyone knows, there was nothing ordinary about Steve Bartman's attempt to catch Florida ...

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  25. Usain Bolt: Yohan Blake Could Threaten His Path to a Sprint Double in London

    The sprints at next year's Olympics may be a lot more than competitions for the silver and bronze medals. Yesterday, at the final Diamond League meet of the season in Brussels, Jamaican Yohan Blake ran 19...

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