1. Team Tampa Claims National Football Title

    Team Tampa avenged last year’s loss in the Madden 7-on-7 National Championship game on Sunday. The team, made up primarily of top high school football players from Hillsborough ...

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  2. 2014 RB Bo Scarbrough Hopes to Visit UF

    2014 running back Bo Scarbrough (Tuscaloosa, Ala./North Ridge) spoke with Radi Nabulsi of ESPN's DawgNation about his favorite schools...

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  3. The Best Open Runs in NC Happen at Garner Road YMCA

    Garner Road Basketball Club YMCA in Garner, NC has been spending the start of summer hosting Elite Open Runs featuring both some of the best college and high school players from across the state...

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  4. John Calipari > Nick Saban?

    Both sit atop their respective sports with shiny new National Championship rings and the pick of the top talent in the country...

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  5. Relaxed Troy Williams Taking Time with Recruiting Process

    It was all supposed to be finished for Troy Williams on May 1. After that date, he was expecting to focus on AAU and his senior year of high school, without any distractions.....

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  6. Series Preview: Braves vs. Cubs

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  7. Bryce Harper Is in the Final Vote Contest, but He's Voting for Chipper Jones

    Nationals ' rookie outfielder Bryce Harper has been considered a lot of things. And earlier this season, maybe no more than three weeks ago, even he pondered the idea of what it would be like to be considered an All-Star...

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  8. Uggla to Start, Kimbrel to Be in 'pen for NL All-Stars

    Braves second baseman Dan Uggla will be making his first start, and his Atlanta teammate Craig Kimbrel will be positioned to potentially close at this year's All-Star Game in Kansas City on July 10...

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  9. Not a Clown Question, Bro: Could Simmons Push Harper for ROY?

    He wowed Braves players and coaches in his first few weeks as a non-roster invitee at spring training, and three months later Andrelton Simmons has had a similar effect on a much larger audience during his first month in the major leagues...

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  10. McNabb Says There's an 80-to-90-Percent Chance He'll Play

    With a 90-man offseason roster for the first time ever and 32 total teams, that’s 2,880 NFL jobs . . . and Donovan McNabb owns none of them...

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  11. DeMarcus Ware Agrees with Jared Allen About 25 Sacks in a Year

    Vikings defensive end Jared Allen said in June that he thought a player could rack up 25 sacks in a single season and pointed to Cowboys linebacker DeMarcus Ware as someone capable of the task...

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  12. VikesCentric: What If Adrian Peterson Misses the First Six Games?

    There seems to be conflicting news lately regarding Adrian Peterson ’s ability to suit up for the first game of the 2012 regular season...

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  13. Garber: Worst-Case Scenario for Sharapova

    Middle Monday is universally acknowledged as the greatest day in Grand Slam tennis. All of the round-of-16 matches are played (weather permitting), showcasing the best and brightest athletes the sport has to offer...

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  14. Serena Williams, Maria Sharapova Fire Back on Equal Prize Money

    Maria Sharapova had a simple retort to the notion that men should be paid more than women at Grand Slam tournaments. Serena Williams just laughed and covered her face with one hand before delivering her answer...

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  15. American Qualifier Brian Baker Reaches 4th Round at Wimbledon

    Brian Baker’s career can easily be explained with numbers: Five operations, six years away from tennis, a ranking of 458th at the start of this year. The latest number to add to the list sounds a whole lot better: fourth round of Wimbledon...

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  16. Kim Clijsters Eliminated in Her Last Wimbledon

    Kim Clijsters has played her last Wimbledon match, losing in straight sets to eighth-seeded Angelique Kerber of Germany in the fourth round.....

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  17. Rufus, the Wimbledon Hawk, Was Lost and Now He's Found

    Rufus, a hawk used at Wimbledon to scare away pigeons, was returned three days after it was stolen from a car in London. He and his specially-designed box were abducted sometime Thursday night from a car...

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  18. Karlovic Says Line Judges Favor Murray

    Ivo Karlovic accused the line judges at Wimbledon of favoring British star Andy Murray and said he felt ''cheated'' after they called foot-faults against the hard-serving Croat on Centre Court...

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  19. Serena Williams Reaches Quarterfinals at Wimbledon

    Serena Williams came through another tough three-set match Monday to reach the quarterfinals at Wimbledon, beating 65th-ranked Yaroslava Shvedova of Kazakhstan 6-1, 2-6, 7-5...

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  20. Federer Beats Malisse to Reach Wimbledon Quarters

    Roger Federer had to stave off a comeback instead of making one Monday, holding off Xavier Malisse in four sets to reach the Wimbledon quarterfinals...

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  21. Miami Dolphins in Need of a Favorable Second Impression

    Three months ago, Joe Philbin and his assistant coaches knew little about the players on Miami's roster outside of their names, stats and a brief breakdown...

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  22. Dwayne Bowe Invited to Miami by Davis, Ochocino

    Miami Dolphins fans that want a true No. 1 receiver are about to irrationally get their hopes up. Consider the following from Dolphins cornerback Vontae Davis.....

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  23. Hard Knocks Director Talks Up Philbin

    He’s no Rex Ryan , but maybe he doesn’t have to be. Dolphins coach Joe Philbin, the leader of the team that will serve as the subject of this season’s Hard Knocks, ...

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  24. Brian Hartline Recovering from Appendectomy

    Dolphins wide receiver Brian Hartline was absent for the majority of OTA and minicamp practices due to what was at one point believed to be a strained calf.....

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  25. Daunte Culpepper Says He Thinks He's Done Playing

    The much-heralded quarterback class of 1999 could finally be out of football. Sure, No. 2 overall pick Donovan McNabb says there’s an 80-to-90-percent chance he’ll play ...

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