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Forget neatly folded letters in embossed envelopes, University of Florida recruiting coordinator Joker Phillips is going full geek on prep recruits. In the past week, Phillips, who has been tweeting non-traditional marketing images with the hashtag #comeplayWRforthejoker for sometime now, used a mock up of Harry Potter flyin
Home to the Hockey Hall of Fame, Toronto is among the greatest hockey cities in the world. Unfortunately for Torontonians, their beloved Maple Leafs have, well, sucked for a long time. This year, however, Toronto is back in the NHL playoffs for the first time since 2004
Freshman Seventh Woods of Hammond High School in Columbia, S.C. was scheduled to participate in the Hoop Group Jam Fest for high school basketball players in Pittsburgh this past weekend. Woods, 14, didn't play due to a concussion he re
The New York Yankees may have found a new way to affirm their status as baseball's Evil Empire. According to a Blue Jays fan, guards employed by the Yankees had two Jays fans removed from Friday night's Yankees-Blue Jays game at Rogers Centre in T
Baseball's most storied rivalry was put on hold for a moment on Tuesday. In a show of class and support, the New York Yankees joined other big league teams in playing Neil Diamond's 'Sweet Caroline' after the third inning of their game against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Yankee Stadium on Tuesday night. The song is traditionally played as a sing-a-long at Boston's Fenway Park
There is a reason some leagues use a 10-run 'mercy rule,' and this is it. Licking Heights High School of Pataskala, Ohio beat Harvest Prep of Winchester, Ohio, 65-0, earlier this month. The game was called after Licking Heights plated a jaw-dropping 31 runs in the third inning. Ohio state rules don't allow the 10-run rule to be used until the
In a story that seems copied directly from the pages of a comic book, a French super criminal escaped from jail on Saturday by using arms and explosives to blast his way out of incarceration. Infamous criminal Redoine Faid escaped from Lille-Sequedin penitentiary northern France by holding four
Before, during and after Kyle Busch won Saturday's National Rifle Association 500 in Fort Worth, Tex., there was debate around the organization's sponsorship of the Sprint Cup event. Some critics felt that the NRA's sponsorship of the race brought the ongoing debate on gun control into the sports world
It's cool for a guy to take his girlfriend to WrestleMania, right? Sure, unless that same guy has a wife, then things get complicated. For instance, that guy's wife could show up at WrestleMania with a sign calling him out for cheating and giving his section, row and seat number. Oof.
The woman in the photo above held a sign and wore a T-shirt calling out her husband for cheating and dub
Reserve guard Luke Hancock scored 22 points, including making all five of his 3-point shot attempts, as Louisville beat Michigan, 82-76, in the 2013 NCAA basketball championship in Atlanta on Monday night
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