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Magazine articles on sports in general, the olympics, and recreation.
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Sports Central
March 2, 2012
Jeffrey Boswell
Foul Territory: Wheelers, Dealers, and Ex-Steelers If You Build it, They Will Complete a 20-62 Season -- The Sacramento Kings struck a deal with the city of Sacramento to remain in the city long-term with a new arena planned. Fittingly, the new arena will have a basement. mark for My Articles
Sports Central
February 20, 2012
Bob Ekstrom
Gotta Have More Cowbells Division III athletics can be the piece of field turf that America has forsaken, but at Utica College it is the bright lights of Broadway. mark for My Articles
Sports Central
February 17, 2012
Jeffrey Boswell
Foul Territory: Lin and Tonic, BCS "Bowls" IN-vertebrate, or He's Been Under More Knives Than Centers -- Peyton Manning had a previously unreported fourth medical procedure on his neck last year, according to a Sports Illustrated report. mark for My Articles
Fast Company
February 13, 2012
Ben Paynter
Livestrong Sporting Park Creates Games Within The Game For Sports Fans MLS club Sporting Kansas City knows not every one of its matches will be an instant classic. That doesn't mean it can't still keep fans entertained. mark for My Articles 24 similar articles
Sports Central
January 6, 2012
Jeffrey Boswell
Foul Territory: Movers, Shakers, and License Plate Makers Ambiguous Statements, or Love: Hate -- Serena Williams said she "doesn't love tennis," but has no intention of giving up the sport, and that she "can't live without it." Not surprisingly, Williams later said she didn't remember saying those things. mark for My Articles
Sports Central
December 23, 2011
Joshua Duffy
Missouri AD Alden Enjoying the Divine Alden has gone from under extreme duress, a panic hire, and a messy divorce from the Big 12, to enjoying the holidays with an established football program, an undefeated basketball team, and a windfall of SEC cash with which to continue to build his program. mark for My Articles 10 similar articles
Chris Aung-Thwin
2011: Athletes Not long after being named National league MVP, the left fielder, Ryan Braun tested positive for doping. Braun is fighting to prove his innocence and hoping that 2012 starts better than 2011 ended. mark for My Articles 163 similar articles
Chris Aung-Thwin
Racism in Sports Striker Luis Suarez, who currently plays for Liverpool, has been issued a heavy fine and was banned for eight games for (allegedly) uttering a racial slur at Manchester United's Patrice Evra. mark for My Articles 6 similar articles
Sports Central
December 17, 2011
Jeffrey Boswell
Foul Territory: "Cage" Brawls, "Brew" Balls The Orlando Magic pulled Dwight Howard off the trading block after considering offers from at least four teams. It appears that if Howard wants to change uniforms, his only option may be to make like Superman and find a phone booth. mark for My Articles
November 25, 2011
Jeremy Kirk
London Wires Up for 2012 Olympic Games Extensive testing is under way to ensure the games go off without a hitch. mark for My Articles 20 similar articles
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