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Returning national champion Baylor was named a top seed in the 2013 NCAA women's tournament field of 64 announced on Monday night. Dominating senior center Brittney Griner helped lead the Lady Bears (32-1) to a unanimous No
After decades of suffering abuse at the hands of humans, the Earth is apparently fighting back, and it's starting with the golfers. Golfers Mark Mihal and Mike Peters took advantage of a nice late winter day by playing the course at Waterloo, Ill
Adidas and Google revealed a new talking sneaker prototype at the South by Southwest conference in Austin, Texas last weekend. The motion-sensing kicks feature a speaker on the tongue that can make commands, give encouragement and post online status updates based on what the wearer is — or isn't — doing while wearing the shoes.
Screw Wheaties, dude. Breakfast sandwiches are the 'Breakfast of Champions.' Put it this way: after your last bender, did you wake up hungry for a bowl of fiber-y wheat or were you searching for savory meat, fluffy eggs and melted cheese — all wrapped up in a toasted English muffin? Right
Oklahoma City Thunder general manager Sam Presti contacted an Oklahoma high school player who scored a wrong-way buzzer-beater for the opposing team to end a state playoff game on Thursday. The Thunder will host the young ma
The NBA and its players union are nearing an agreement that will allow testing of players' blood for human growth hormone (HGH), ESPN reports. If the league and the National Basketball Players Association can come to terms, testing could begin as soon as the
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:
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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