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  • Colin Kaepernick may be ready  to walk away from the NFLColin Kaepernick may be ready to walk away from the NFL
    There’s been a ton of speculation about Colin Kaepernick and why he remains unsigned. Given his national anthem protest, he’s too controversial. He’s on a vegan diet and has lost weight. He wants too much money. Now, Peter King at MMQB hears another theory that sounds credible: Kapernick is done with the NFL. King wrote: […]
  • Larry Bird Steps Down as President of Indiana PacersLarry Bird Steps Down as President of Indiana Pacers
    The Indiana Pacers officially announced Monday that Larry Bird is stepping down as president of basketball operations. Kevin Pritchard, the team’s vice president of basketball operations/general manager, will assume Bird’s position. Bird will remain with the Pacers in an advisory role. “I felt it was time to step away in a full-time capacity,” Bird said […]
  • Anthony Rendon 3 HRs, 10 RBIs Record Day for NationalsAnthony Rendon 3 HRs, 10 RBIs Record Day for Nationals
    WASHINGTON — Anthony Rendon went 6-for-6 with three home runs and drove in a career-high 10 runs and Matt Wieters had three hits, including two homers and four RBIs, as the first-place Washington Nationals crushed the New York Mets 23-5 on Sunday. It was the first multi-homer game in the career of Rendon, who entered […]
  • UNC Nails Sixth NCAA Title with 71-65 win over GonzagaUNC Nails Sixth NCAA Title with 71-65 win over Gonzaga
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — Back on the East Coast it was near midnight, near the one-year anniversary, to the day, of North Carolina’s greatest heartbreak — one that united this team on a long-sought mission of redemption. It was near midnight there when the Tar Heels began celebrating here. For the past year, they’d often spoken […]
  • Grichuk Gives Cardinals Walk-Off Win in Season OpenerGrichuk Gives Cardinals Walk-Off Win in Season Opener
    ST. LOUIS — The sharp, taut style of game the St. Louis Cardinals want to play this season, said they would play, worked all spring to play, and so rarely did play last season was there for eight innings against the reigning World Series champions. When it faltered in the ninth, they had the power […]
  • USA Wins First World Baseball Classic TitleUSA Wins First World Baseball Classic Title
    {By Ken Rosenthal, Fox Sports} His voice cracked. His voice always cracks at times like this, times of triumph and emotion and reflection. This would be the last time for any of that. And Jim Leyland got sentimental, because at his core, that’s who he is, always has been. A few minutes earlier, he had […]
  • USA Advances to Final of World Baseball ClassicUSA Advances to Final of World Baseball Classic
    By Bob Nightengale USA Today They gathered together for the first time two weeks ago, unsure what to expect in the World Baseball Classic, with a sense of insecurity that they even made the right choice to play in this international tournament. Now, here they are after defeating Japan, 2-1, on Tuesday night, going where […]
  • NCAA Tournament: Get Ready for March MadnessNCAA Tournament: Get Ready for March Madness
    RepublishReprint The bracket is set. The arguments are underway. Selection Sunday is in the past. So let’s dive in. Here are 68 things you need to know about this 68-team NCAA Tournament. 1. The selection committee got the 68 teams right The only serious debate for at-large teams came down to USC, Kansas State, Vanderbilt […]
  • 10 Sleepers to Watch at NFL Combine
    There’s no such thing as an unknown at the NFL scouting combine anymore, but some of the 330 invites are still receiving limited attention. For small-school prospects, Indianapolis can serve as a proving ground that they belong with their more highly touted colleagues. As testing begins this week, here are 10 sleepers to keep an […]
  • Connecticut Women’s Team Wins 100th StraightConnecticut Women’s Team Wins 100th Straight
    One year ago, on the night after Super Bowl Sunday, Geno Auriemma sat alongside three stalwart seniors and momentarily imagined a coaching life without them. “I start to blink because I look out there and start to think that these three are not going to be there next year,” Auriemma, coach of the Connecticut women’s […]

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