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Loyola-Chicago recalls 1963 champions as it pulls off buzzer-beater win

On the 55th anniversary of Loyola-Chicago's "Game of Change," this year's squad made a memory of its own, pulling off a buzzer-beating upset of Miami in the first round of the NCAA tournament. Loyola's 98-year-old chaplain said she never had a doubt.

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Charles Barkley’s breakup with Michael Jordan proves his greatness

It still pains Charles Barkley. He and Michael Jordan were once best friends, but they don’t speak anymore. “It’s disappointing and it hurts a lot,” Barkley said. A couple of years ago, Barkley sai…

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Browns' wild 36-hour trading spree reportedly left other NFL teams 'stunned'

The Browns shocked pretty much everyone in the NFL with their rash of trades

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NBA free agency: Klay Thompson wants to stay with the Warriors, but can they keep him? - SBNation.com

Golden State will soon be in a predicament similar to Oklahoma City. The Thunder traded James Harden. What will the Warriors do?

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Golfer achieves one-in-a-gazillion feat - Golf Digest

Golfer achieves one-in-a-gazillion feat. What Peggy Lynn Hicks accomplished defies human understanding of probability.

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Tiger Woods arrested - Tiger Woods is lost, in every literal and figurative way

Tiger Woods has again reduced himself to a punchline and reminded the world how reckless he can be. Now, we are left to wonder if and how he will find his way back.

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MLB players with improved Trade Deadline value

Make no mistake: Deals turned before this year's non-waiver Trade Deadline on Aug. 1 will have a lasting impact, vaulting contenders toward October and rebuilders into a brighter future. Within the next few weeks, clubs will really begin to wheel and deal

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Another whopper trade! Eagles move to No. 2, Browns slide to No. 8

The Eagles are the latest to make a bold move in the draft. They're now picking second overall.

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The NFL is fine with its confusing catch rule - SBNation.com

The league will tweak the rules on chop blocks and horse collars and institute an automatic ejection for players who get two personal fouls in single game, but no changes are coming on how to determine whether or not a player caught a football.

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The Riskiest Signings of NFL Free Agency so Far | Bleacher Report

The latest NFL news, rumors, scores, schedules, predictions, picks against the spread, free agent updates, power rankings, mock drafts and more

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Tate rips title from Holm in 5th round at UFC 196

Challenger Miesha Tate took the bantamweight championship from Holly Holm with a rear-naked choke submission in the fifth round at UFC 196 in Las Vegas on Saturday night.

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The 1 Move Each NFL Team Would Be Most Wise to Make This Offseason | Bleacher Report

The latest NFL news, rumors, scores, schedules, predictions, picks against the spread, free agent updates, power rankings, mock drafts and more

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After falling into coma, former Braves pitcher Tommy Hanson dies at 29

Former Atlanta Braves pitcher Tommy Hanson has died due to catastrophic organ failure, according to multiple reports. Hanson fell into a coma on Monday. Born in Tulsa, Okla., Hanson was raised in San Bernardino County, Calif. He was a 22nd-round draft pic

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Kansas City Royals Win First World Series In 30 Years

The Royals beat the New York Mets 7–2 in Game 5 of the series on Sunday.

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How Very Polite Canadians Do a Sports Riot

When the Toronto Blue Jays clinched a spot in the American League Championship Series on Wednesday, their fans naturally wanted to engage in some public celebration—so they took to the streets. But there would be no fires or overturned cars.

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NBA Season's Most Intriguing Matchups

The NBA released the full schedule for 2015-16 on Wednesday night, and fans are already marking their calendars for the big-time matchups to watch...

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Australia's Jason Day birdies the last to win the Canadian Open by one shot at Glen Abbey golf club - ABC News

Australia's Jason Day holes a seven-metre birdie putt on the last to win the Canadian Open by one shot from American Bubba Watson.

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Latest NBA Rumors, Buzz After Draft

Following the barrage of rumors involving teams possibly looking to move up in the draft, the NBA focus shifts to trades involving players and free agency...

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Report: Notebook pages show Pete Rose bet on baseball as player

Pages from a long-hidden notebook published on Monday show Pete Rose bet on baseball as a player, contradicting his long-standing claim that he bet only as a manager.

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Wilson Did Its Job, Says A Seamstress Who Handed Off to the N.F.L. for 48 Years

Jane Helser recently retired from working at the Wilson Sporting Goods factory in Ada, Ohio, where employees accustomed to precise specifications see the Patriots’ deflation scandal as a distant issue.

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Mark McGwire on Jose Canseco: ‘I don’t care to ever speak to him again.’ |

The current Dodgers hitting coach won't forgive his former teammate for a tell-all book.