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How Would You React To Being Hit In “Man Region”?

During last Sunday's game between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Los Angeles Clippers, Serge Ibaka hit Blake Griffin (seemingly on purpose) in his "man region." Since then, Lakers star Kobe Bryant has said, "I probably would have smacked in the mouth, I would have dealt with the pain after

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Joe Flacco Becomes Highest-Paid Player In NFL History

One of the more interesting debates before the 2012 NFL season was whether or not the Baltimore Ravens should have locked up quarterback Joe Flacco into a new contract. Flacco decided against it and played out the season, which worked out tremendous to his benefit.

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New York Giants Re-Sign Will Beatty

Since the end of their 2012 NFL season, the New York Giants have remained relatively quiet, aside from the two days the team spent purging their roster of running back Ahmad Bradshaw, defensive tackle Chris Canty and linebacker Michael Boley to clear cap space. Now, the Giants have made their first move to show how they're spending the new money they have available.

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More Embarrassing NFL Combine Feat

Every year, there are a few players who provided disappointing results during their NFL Combine workouts, and 2013 was no different: former Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o ran a bad 4.82 40-Yard Dash, while former LSU cornerback Tyrann Mathieu only had 4 bench press reps at 225 pounds

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Your Most Coveted Piece Of Sports Memorabilia

Over the weekend, former U.S. Men's Hockey player Mike Eruzione sold his game-worn jersey from the 1980 "Miracle On Ice" game against Russia for almost $660,000! This got us to thinking - what piece of memorabilia in sports history would you most covet for your personal collection?

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Brian Cady Live-Tweets During Daytona 500

Yesterday provided a terrific conclusion to a crazy week at Daytona International Speedway, in which we saw history made with Danica Patrick becoming the first female pole-sitter for the Daytona 500, a horrific crash in the final turn of Saturday's Nationwide race and arguably the greatest driver of the last decade (Jimmie Johnson) hoist the Harvey J. Earl Trophy over his head for the second time in his career.

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Jimmie Johnson Wins Daytona 500, Danica Patrick Finishes Eighth

After a day filled with six caution flags, a few multi-car wrecks and history-making lead laps, one of the most notable drivers of the last ten years walked away with the victory in NASCAR's "Super Bowl." After starting the race in ninth and jumping around the leader-board all day long, Jimmie Johnson took the lead from Brad Keselowski on a restart with six laps to go and went on to his second Daytona 500 victory.

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RPI Salvages Road Trip, Beats Colgate In Overtime

Sophomore Matt Neal buried a rebound with 10 seconds remaining in overtime to propel the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) men’s hockey team to a 3-2 victory over Colgate University, this evening in ECAC Hockey play at Starr Rink. With the win, the Engineers improve to 15-12-5 (10-7-3 ECACH) and move back into second place in the league standings. The Raiders drop to 14-14-4 (6-11-3 ECACH).

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RPI Men’s Hockey Winning Streak Stopped At Six

Senior Greg Miller netted a pair of unassisted goals as the Cornell University men’s hockey team defeated Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), 4-1, in ECAC Hockey action from Lynah Rink. With the win, the Big Red improve to 10-13-3 (6-10-3 ECACH), while the Engineers, who lose for the first since January 26, drop to 14-12-5 (9-7-3 ECACH).

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