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Nate Solder

Offensive tackle Nate Solder had something important to tell men about his life when he spoke with the media recently. Solder disclosed that doctors diagnosed him with testicular cancer at ...

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Anthony Alford

When Anthony Alford signed with Southern Miss after leading the Petal High School Panthers to the 6-A title during his senior season, it was a major recruiting coup.

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Sarah Thomas Keeps Breaking New Ground

For Sarah Thomas, being the first full-time female NFL game official, hired April 8, doesn't bring any new pressure for someone who has had many firsts as a woman in ...

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The Mississippi Braves Are Back

Spring is in full effect, and as college basketball ends and the NBA and NHL move toward their playoffs, MLB celebrates its opening week. Baseball returns each summer, serving as ...

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John Rocker

It was John Rocker's mouth, not his arm, that was most memorable about his time with the Atlanta Braves. His quotes to Sports Illustrated in December 1999 caused a backlash ...

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Chasing Perfection

Just two games separate the 2014-2015 University of Kentucky Wildcats from immortality, and just three teams stand in the Wildcats' way from joining eight others who had a perfect season.

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President Barack Obama

Since winning the presidency in 2008, President Obama hasn't been shy about his feelings on sports. In fact, one of the first things he spoke about as president was the ...

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From Rick Ray to Ben Howland Lightning Fast

When Rick Ray took over the head-coaching job at Mississippi State University in 2012, he had an uphill climb from the beginning.

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Ja-Mes Logan

Former Ole Miss wide receiver Ja-Mes Logan was an undrafted free agent with the New England Patriots last fall. He made it to the final round of cuts before the ...

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New Orleans Fire Sale or Quick Rise Plan?

Both New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton and general manager Mickey Loomis said there would be major changes after last season's 7-9 finish.

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