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Texas A&M has hired Houston's Kevin Sumlin as its new coach.
A person with knowledge of the decision says Houston's Kevin Sumlin has accepted an offer to become the coach at Texas A&M.
There's nothing in sports quite like an Army-Navy football game. The color and pageantry, emotion and ebullience, are marvelous to behold. And when the nation's two highest elected officials are in attendance, as President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden were Saturday at FedEx Field, we are reminded anew just how important and unique is this 111-year-old sporting spectacle. The problem, you see, is that they insist on playing a 1925 football game as part of it.
When is a hat trick not a hat trick? When the NHL realizes Dennis Wideman was right all along.
The NBA's amnesty era is under way.
Wading into one of the most storied football rivalries, President Barack Obama saluted U.S. troops Saturday, kicking off a series of observances marking the end of the Iraq war. As the 112th Army-Navy game unfolded before him, Obama said: "They're the best we have to offer."
National League MVP Ryan Braun has tested positive for a performance-enhancing substance, a case still under appeal to an arbitrator under Major League Baseball's drug program, a person familiar with the situation told The Associated Press.
Jerricho Cotchery watched Ben Roethlisberger limp into the locker room in the middle of the second quarter on Thursday night against Cleveland, the Pittsburgh quarterback's left foot swollen and his face awash in a painful grimace and figured Roethlisberger was done.
When Magic star Dwight Howard signed a contract extension in 2007, he joked that he and Mickey Mouse would be in Orlando forever.