1. Mark Story: Kentucky's Trevathan, Guy Fought Hard to Protect Bowl Streak

    Andre Woodson and Wesley Woodyard, Keenan Burton and Jacob Tamme got it started. Corey Peters and Trevard Lindley, Myron Pryor and Jeremy Jarmon kept it going...

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  2. For Kentucky Football Players, Green Means Don't Stop

    When the final horn sounded on a tough loss at Georgia on Saturday, Kentucky's players were down. Unlike the five UK teams before it, this team now knew for certain that it would not be heading to a bowl game...

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  3. Trevathan And Tydlacka Receive Honors For Performance Against Georgia

    Linebacker Danny Trevathan and punter Ryan Tydlacka have been recognized for their efforts in Kentucky's game at Georgia on Saturday...

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  4. Va. Tech Report Card vs. North Carolina

    The Tar Heels ran for 134 yards but averaged only 3.9 yards a rush. Giovani Bernard had a run of 16 yards and Ryan Houston a run of 17, but for the most part, the Hokies made UNC earn its yards...

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  5. David Wilson's Change of Heart Has Paid Off Big For Virginia Tech

    Until he actually stood in Michael Vick Hall outside Virginia Tech's football meeting rooms, David Wilson was convinced he was going to be the next Bo Jackson...

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  6. Hokies Move Up in BCS, But May Have Reached a Stopping Point

    After a chaotic weekend that saw four top-10 teams lose, Virginia Tech finds itself as high in the BCS rankings as it has been in four years. The Hokies (10-1, 6-1 ACC), who beat North Carolina 24-21 last Thursday, moved up three spots to No...

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  7. Cavaliers, Hokies to Face Off in Winner-Take-All Game

    Virginia has been knocking down barriers one after another in Mike London's second season as coach, from winning on the road in the ACC to winning in November and even beating Duke...

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  8. Wrap-Up: Lions 49, Panthers 35

    Remember when the Panthers were scoring moral victories every week early in the season? Well, they’re back at it. But this one had the potential to be so much more...

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  9. Carolina Panthers: Position-By-Position Analysis

    The key players on the Panthers ' roster will remain largely intact through the 2012 season and, in many cases, longer than that...

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  10. Panthers' Pilares Races Into Record Books With 101-Yard Return

    For a unit that has endured its share of criticism this season, the Panthers ' special teams unit fared better in Detroit with the highlight being rookie Kealoha Pilares' 101-yard kickoff return for a touchdown in the second quarter...

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  11. Panthers Defenseless in Detroit

    On the last of Detroit running back Kevin Smith's three touchdowns Sunday, three of the Panthers ' starting defensive backs had a shot to tackle him. All three wound up grasping at air with their heads down, staring at the artificial turf...

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  12. San Francisco 49ers: Grading the Week 11 Win

    I really had to take some time to cool down before writing this report card. It shouldn't be emotionally possible to be so upset after your team wins. Everyone is saying how the Cardinals were steamrolled and the 49ers spanked them and this and that...

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  13. Tyson Chandler As a Shoe Salesman? Mavs Center Part of Prank

    With some free time on his hands with the NBA lockout, Mavericks center Tyson Chandler participated in a prank in the video series "Your Friends Will Never Believe You" that appeared on Yahoo this month...

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  14. Dallas Mavericks' Party is on Hold for Now

    They were supposed to have been on a giddy celebration tour that lasted throughout the off-season and continued for months. But that hasn't happened for the Dallas Mavericks...

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  15. Sources: Tyson Chandler Gets Offer

    One NBA star named Chandler is not enough for the Zhejiang Guangsha Lions in China. Having already signed Denver Nuggets restricted free agent Wilson Chandler, Zhejiang Guangsha ...

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  16. Jason Kidd Puts $1.6 Million Dallas Condo Up For Sale

    With a roster full of aging stars, there was thought that the Mavericks might actually benefit from a prolonged lockout, as a shortened season could keep players like Jason Kidd fresh for one more run at a championship...

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  18. If There's No NBA Season, Rockets May Consider Overhauling Roster

    Players can dunk their way through All-Star games. Lawyers can file lawsuits and bill clients. David Stern, commissioner of a league with no games, and Billy Hunter, leader of a union ...

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  19. Rockets Guard Dragic Joins Spanish Team

    Houston Rockets guard Goran Dragic has reached a deal to play for Spanish club Caja Laboral until the end of the NBA lockout...

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  20. Nets' Farmar Shines in Israel During Lockout

    While most NBA players wait and wonder whether there will be a season, Jordan Farmar has emerged as a star in Israel...

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  21. As NBA Lockout Drags On, Nets' Avery Johnson Finds a Place to Coach

    Avery Johnson was working hard, doing what he lives to do — teaching basketball. Unfortunately for the Nets head coach — and assistant coach Tom Barrise and video coordinator ...

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  22. Prokhor-Dove?

    I’ve heard this position a few times, from a few smart folks: Mikhail Prokhorov is praying for a season, because without one, he’ll lose Deron Williams. But that’s not necessarily true...

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  23. Deron Williams Continues to Eviscerate the TBL

    These videos are both wonderful and mildly heartbreaking. On the one hand, the whole reel is just beautiful. You can’t pinpoint just one move. The entire thing is just a basketball masterpiece, orchestrated by virtuoso Deron Williams...

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  24. With NBA Lockout, Durant Finds Himself on the Bench for Texas

    For the time being (and perhaps the foreseeable future) Kevin Durant is a basketball player without a game to play. With the NBA lockout in full force, the Oklahoma City Thunder forward has no league and has taken the unwanted time off to rove around.

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  25. Scott Brooks Statement Regarding Oklahoma State Tragedy

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