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Rest easy, Colts fans. The Andrew Luck era can now officially begin.
Mitt Romney is dispatching a gallery of rivals, none of whom has ever looked particularly presidential. Can anyone actually say out loud, without a wince, "President Gingrich"? Or "President Paul" (who sounds more like a pope than a president), or "President Santorum"? Nice guys, maybe, but we know where nice guys finish.
Cam Newton didn't beat Tampa Bay single-handedly. It just seemed like it.
Cam Newton stood in the corner of the end zone and pantomimed ripping open the chest of his shirt while fans showered him with cheers. It's his trademark touchdown celebration, one that NFL teams are quickly getting used to seeing from the league's most dynamic rookie. Newton mimics how Clark Kent reveals the Superman costume, with that unforgettable "S," under his dress shirt.
Cam Ward made 36 saves and the Carolina Hurricanes got their offense going in a 4-0 preseason victory over the Winnipeg Jets on Sunday night.
For the better part of two decades, the backbone of Virginia Tech's football program was defense. Appropriately enough, that unit ensured Frank Beamer earned his 200th victory at his alma mater.
The NFL had hoped Friday's seminar for general managers and other team executives would be spent discussing a labor agreement ratified by both players and owners.
The clinic's paperwork carried a common medical symbol - a snake coiling around a wooden rod. But that simple insignia sparked a rumor in Nairobi's largest slum: The U.S.-funded clinic was a center for snake worshipping.
The San Jose Sharks acquired defenseman Ian White from the Carolina Hurricanes on Friday in exchange for a draft pick in 2012.