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Windows Closing, Doors Opening?

A few NFL teams are in must-win mode right now. Of course, the Denver Broncos, which reached the Super Bowl last year, are a main focus with Peyton Manning getting ...

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The Slate

It is time to start some speculation. The 2014 NFL Draft will begin May 8—who will the New Orleans Saints take with the 27th pick in the first round?

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Jamierra Faulkner

The Chicago Sky selected Southern Miss star Jamierra Faulkner in the WNBA draft with the 10th pick in the third round, the 34th pick overall.

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Yet Another Football Scandal

Over the weekend, Missouri star receiver Dorial Green-Beckham was kicked off the Tigers football team. Green-Beckham was accused of breaking into an 18-year-old Missouri student's apartment while looking for his ...

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The Slate

This month begins the quest for Lord Stanley's Cup and the Larry O'Brien Trophy as the NHL and NBA reach the playoffs. The NHL Playoffs might be the best sporting ...

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Hank Aaron

On Tuesday, April 8, much of the sports world took time to "Hail the King" for the 40th anniversary of Hank Aaron hitting his 715th home run and surpassing the ...

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Once, Wrestling Beat the NFL

On Sunday night, I watched Wrestle-Mania 30 from home as 75,000 folks watched from inside the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

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This week one of golf's major tournaments misses one of the sport's biggest stars. Tiger Woods will miss The Masters for the first time since 1994.

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Mike Minor

Braves fans will get a special treat on opening night as Atlanta Braves pitcher Mike Minor starts the season for the M-Braves. Minor has been with the Double A squad ...

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Bye Bye, College Sports

Last week, the Northwestern football players won the right to unionize when regional director of the National Labor Relations Board in Chicago, Peter Sung Ohr, ruled that players are employees, ...

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