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As teams complete their regular seasons with hopes of being selected to the 68-team NCAA tournament field, national player of the year candidates are polishing their resumes for consideration. Unlike players from the teams on the bubble for the NCAA tournament, fans can be sure they'll see all of the following candidates in the 2013 tourney:
Relief pitcher Will Ohman made his first — and last — appearance for the Washington Nationals this spring against the St. Louis Cardinals on Sunday. Ohman allowed two hits and two walks in one inning pitched, and he was promptly cut from the
Big soccer fans? Bigger seats. When soccer's World Cup heads to Brazil in 2014, the arenas used in hosting the games that determine soccer's world champion will be equipped with specially designed seats designated for obese
That's not much of a backflip, dude. Missing the balance beam, landing and crushing your nuts in the process isn't a really good attempt. If people are able to make a car do a backflip, you can do a lot better than that.
This had to be staged. Hear that laughter (before the dude's moaning wails)?
Los Angeles Angels all-star outfielder Mike Trout had his contract renewed by the team for $510,000 per year on Saturday. That means the 2012 AL MVP runner-up will make just $20,000 above the major league minimum, which disappointed Trout and his agent, Cra
Kathryn Marie is a 26-year-old model who lives in Baton Rouge, La. A fine example of a Southern girl, Kathryn is working a full-time job while dabbling in modeling. This may be the most impressive dabbling since Bo Jackson decid
Who says older guys have a problem getting the pole? Certainly not former Viagra-sponsored driver Mark Martin. Martin, 54, became the second-oldest driver to secure a Sprint Cup pole when he finished with the b
Just a month after winning the Super Bowl, quarterback Joe Flacco and the Baltimore Ravens have agreed to terms on a six-year, $120.6 million contract, ESPN reports. The deal will make the quarterback the highest-paid player in NFL history.
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