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NHL Weekender: Maple Leafs, Jets leading a Canadian charge

At the end of every work week, we will take a look at what the NHL has in store for the weekend. We'll check in on whose stock is soaring, who needs to get their acts together and what tilts promise to keep you on the edge of your seat. This week, a pair of upstart Canadian teams are rising up the standings with another free-falling, there's a red-hot goaltender in the Midwest and...
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The 50 most bizarre sports moments of 2017

2017 was a great many things, and it was most definitely far from boring in the world of sports. Between the excellence of the Warriors, Tar Heels and Astros, there was also the never-ending saga of LaVar Ball and the many branches of politics crossing over sports in ways never before imaginable.There were also shark races, flags planted and Justin Bieber getting face planted. 2017...
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The 'College football coaching carousel is in full swing' quiz

A handful of elite college football programs are gearing up for conference championships this weekend, while other schools are already looking to the future. That’s right, folks, step right up, because the coaching carousel is in full swing and dominating the headlines. You’ve got a 63-year-old, former NFL coach in Herm Edwards trading in the analyst’s chair for a coaching gig at...
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The 49ers' future begins now with Jimmy Garoppolo

There are two more home games remaining in this dreadful season for the San Francisco 49ers. While it's been a rough go in Kyle Shanahan's first year as head man in charge, there is now reason for the San Francisco faithful — who have been served one gut punch after another in the three seasons since the departure of Jim Harbaugh — to fill Levi’s Stadium, a place that is much more...
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The biggest comebacks of 2017

2017 was a year of epic comebacks, headlined by New England's incredible 25-point comeback in Super Bowl LI. That wasn't the only impressive come-from-behind victory of the year, however. From the gridiron to the hardwood, ice, diamond and even the fairways, 2017 was a year full of comebacks.Here are the 20 biggest comebacks of the year.
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The 'One big Giant mess' quiz

The Giants actually did it.After weeks of speculation, the G-Men pulled the plug on Eli Manning as a starter, ending not only his streak of 210 consecutive starts, but also effectively ending the Eli Era in NYC. The move clearly took a toll on the two-time Super Bowl champion, while also sending ripples throughout the rest of the league. The reactions were not kind, to say the least...
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Most notorious on-field sports moments of all time

Sometimes things get out of hand in sports. From fights to big hit to the totally unexpected, sometimes sports cross over into the wild.With the 20-year anniversary of former NBA All-Star Latrell Sprewell's infamous choking of coach P.J. Carlesimo upon us, here's a look at the most notorious on-field sports moments of all-time.
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How did Cover 2 collapse the creative Chiefs offense?

An incredible change of fortune is playing out in the AFC West. Whereas the Chargers are trying to become the first team to start 0-4 and make the playoffs since their franchise did it back in 1992, the Chiefs are looking at the more ignominious side of things. If their decline holds, Kansas City would become just the seventh team since 1990, when the NFL adopted its current playoff...
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NFL Week 13 predictions

What would have seemed inconceivable five weeks into the season is fast becoming reality in the AFC West. The Chiefs, losers of three in a row and five of six, suddenly find themselves only a game up on the surging Chargers and persistent Raiders. Meanwhile, the Falcons have reinserted themselves into the playoff picture, winning three games in a row and looking impressive in doing...
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Report: Herm Edwards will be next ASU coach pending president’s approval

It sounds like Herm Edwards becoming the next Arizona State football coach may actually happen.247 Sports’ Chris Karpman reported on Wednesday that Edwards is in line to be named the next ASU coach. The one hurdle is Edwards meeting with school president Dr. Michael Crow. As long as that meeting goes well, both Karpman and Devils Digest says Edwards will be made the coach. Devils...
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