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Maryland will wear weird faux-wool jerseys against Kentucky to honor the Brooklyn Dodgers

Maryland will wear weird faux-wool jerseys against Kentucky to honor the Brooklyn Dodgers If the alternate jerseys Maryland will be wearing against Kentucky on Nov. 9 appear to be merely the latest abominable example of college basketball's newfound infatuation with gray, then take a closer look.



Time: Friday, October 19, 2012 @ 16:47:06 JST Posted By: admin
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World Series-bound Tigers must wait for full applause after sweeping Yankees

World Series-bound Tigers must wait for full applause after sweeping Yankees DETROIT – The Detroit Tigers will have to be patient. Their due is coming. Just not today. Probably not tomorrow.



Time: Friday, October 19, 2012 @ 16:46:36 JST Posted By: admin
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NLCS Game 4: Cardinals one win from World Series return after 8-3 dismantling of Giants

NLCS Game 4: Cardinals one win from World Series return after 8-3 dismantling of Giants Score and situation: The St. Louis Cardinals took command of the NLCS and put themselves one win away from a World Series return with an overpowering 8-3 victory over the San Francisco Giants on Thursday night.



Time: Friday, October 19, 2012 @ 16:45:58 JST Posted By: admin
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49ers take temporary control of NFC West with 13-6 win over Seahawks

49ers take temporary control of NFC West with 13-6 win over Seahawks The San Francisco 49ers used sound second-half adjustments on both sides of the ball and a steady dose of Frank Gore to erase a 6-3 halftime deficit to move to 5-2 on the season, momentarily taking control of the NFC West with a 13-6 win over the Seattle Seahawks (4-3) on Thursday night.



Time: Friday, October 19, 2012 @ 16:45:14 JST Posted By: admin
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A-Rod says he won’t waive no-trade clause

A-Rod says he won’t waive no-trade clause It might be great fun to spin the wheel of possible trade destinations for Alex Rodriguez, but the embattled New York Yankees star says our party is already over.



Time: Friday, October 19, 2012 @ 16:44:41 JST Posted By: admin
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Lakers planning for Dwight Howard to play Sunday

Lakers planning for Dwight Howard to play Sunday The Los Angeles Lakers have targeted Sunday's preseason game against the Sacramento Kings for Dwight Howard to make his debut, several sources told Yahoo! Sports on Thursday night. Barring any complications with Howard's back over the next couple days, the Lakers are optimistic the All-Star center will make their first appearance for them on Sunday.



Time: Friday, October 19, 2012 @ 16:43:59 JST Posted By: admin
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Toronto Raptor fans rejoice, Jonas Valanciunas is ready to win you over

Toronto Raptor fans rejoice, Jonas Valanciunas is ready to win you over "He loves to dunk. Everything around the rim, he just tries to tear the rim down." Describing the game of Lithuanian national team teammate Jonas Valanciunas, Real Madrid guard Martynas Pocius didn't waste any time before mentioning the dunking. It's Valanciunas' favorite thing.  Actually, rebounding and dunking, Valanciunas says, when asked what he loves best when on the basketball court.



Time: Friday, October 19, 2012 @ 16:43:23 JST Posted By: admin
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Kevin Love could return sooner than T'wolves expect from broken hand suffered doing pushups

Kevin Love could return sooner than T'wolves expect from broken hand suffered doing pushups After meeting with a specialist in New York on Thursday to examine his broken hand, Kevin Lovecould be cleared within a five-to-six-week window to return to the Minnesota Timberwolves, a league source told Yahoo! Sports.



Time: Friday, October 19, 2012 @ 16:42:46 JST Posted By: admin
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NHL and NHLPA wasting time with scare tactics and PR stunts instead of settling CBA

NHL and NHLPA wasting time with scare tactics and PR stunts instead of settling CBA You want to make a deal? You want to play hockey? You want to save a full season? This is what you don't do: If you're the NHL, you don't reject three proposals in minutes and go home in a huff. If you're the NHL Players' Association, you don't offer "three alternative ways to look at this," as executive director Don Fehr put it, and wonder why the other side says you aren't speaking the same language. You especially don't dangle your biggest carrot without thinking it all the way through.



Time: Friday, October 19, 2012 @ 16:42:05 JST Posted By: admin
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Sidney Crosby didn’t try to break Claude Giroux’s wrists, but if he did, good

Sidney Crosby didn’t try to break Claude Giroux’s wrists, but if he did, good Shortly after the Philadelphia Flyers were eliminated from the Stanley Cup playoffs, Claude Girouxwent under the knife to repair fractures to both of his wrists. But the symmetrical scars remain, and in July, he was asked about them by Kevin Anderson of the Timmins Press.



Time: Friday, October 19, 2012 @ 16:41:16 JST Posted By: admin
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World’s oldest hockey stick; Backstrom to Dynamo; NHLPA proposal anticipation (Puck Headlines)

World’s oldest hockey stick; Backstrom to Dynamo; NHLPA proposal anticipation (Puck Headlines) • Tired of these new one-piece sticks that shatter the second you release a one-timer? Fear not because the world's oldest is up for auction! This yellow birch stick from circa 1650 is available via Classic Auctions. Bidding is currently over $3,000. [Classic Auctions]



Time: Friday, October 19, 2012 @ 16:40:38 JST Posted By: admin
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Johnthan Banks' lifelong pursuit for success has placed Mississippi State in national title chase

Johnthan Banks' lifelong pursuit for success has placed Mississippi State in national title chase STARKVILLE, Miss. – After just about every home game, he goes home to his horses. His teammates go back to the dorms, or the parties, or out on the town, but Johnthan Banks gets in his car and drives straight into the dark Mississippi night, two dozen miles to the only home he's ever known. He is bruised from the game – a little bit physically and a little bit spiritually – but it's nothing church and the horses can't help mend. He knows they are waiting.



Time: Friday, October 19, 2012 @ 16:39:50 JST Posted By: admin
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Mike Riley's wild coaching ride has Orgeon State cruising up the BCS standings

Mike Riley's wild coaching ride has Orgeon State cruising up the BCS standings In a football life come full circle, it's fitting that Mike Riley employs a child's mode of transportation to go to work.



Time: Friday, October 19, 2012 @ 16:38:47 JST Posted By: admin
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Oregon’s win kickstarts the debate in earnest: Can the Ducks beat the SEC?

Oregon’s win kickstarts the debate in earnest: Can the Ducks beat the SEC? When a team is winning 43-7 in the second quarter, there isn't much more to say about the game itself.



Time: Friday, October 19, 2012 @ 16:37:59 JST Posted By: admin
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LANCE ARMSTRONG STEPS DOWN FROM HIS CHARITY ORGANIZATION

LANCE ARMSTRONG STEPS DOWN FROM HIS CHARITY ORGANIZATION Lance Armstrong has stepped down as chairman of his cancer charity, Livestrong, and has been dropped by sponsor Nike.



Time: Friday, October 19, 2012 @ 15:46:43 JST Posted By: admin
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