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They lead the league in penalties _ as sure a sign as any that all is well in the NFL after a summer full of trouble.
With a month until the NBA season, players and owners don't sound much closer to a labor deal than they did when the lockout began.
Brewers manager Ron Roenicke says he's starting Jerry Hairston Jr. at third base instead of Casey McGehee for Milwaukee's playoff opener against the Arizona Diamondbacks on Saturday.
From the days of "three yards and a cloud of dust" through Eddie George and Beanie Wells, Ohio State has pinned its macho reputation on running the ball.
Minnesota coach Cheryl Reeve noticed at the All-Star break that teams in the league were taking a difference view of her Lynx.
Navy endured a year of misery after losing to Air Force last season.
Currently on the Carriker family's digital video recorder is the three-hour telecast of the Washington Redskins' Aug. 18 preseason game against the Indianapolis Colts. Adam Carriker did not play in that forgettable exhibition because of severe blisters on his heels, but his wife, Angie, recorded it anyway, as she always does.
With 50,000 fans on their feet, many with tears in their eyes, 6-year-old Cooper Stone stood on the pitcher's mound and tossed the ceremonial first pitch of the playoffs to his favorite player, Josh Hamilton.
Sven Tumba, the Swedish sports icon who was honored in 1999 as the country's best ever hockey player and later became a golf pioneer in Sweden and the former Soviet Union, has died. He was 80.