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Maryland men's basketball parts ways with head coach Mark Turgeon
Maryland men's basketball is parting ways with head coach Mark Turgeon amid his 11th season in College Park. Danny Manning will take over.       
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Raiders broadcaster Brent Musburger: Jon Gruden email leak was a 'professional hit job'
Brent Musburger has a theory about the email controversy that led to the resignation of ex-Raiders coach Jon Gruden: It was a "hit job."       
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Nick Saban explains how Mick Jagger turned Jack Lambert into an All-America linebacker
Nick Saban tells how Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones helped turn his former Kent State teammate Jack Lambert into an All-America linebacker.       
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New president of Pro Football HOF discusses potential changes to voter transparency, vision for future
Each year's list of semifinalists and finalists is debated, and there has been no shortage of chatter about what a Pro Football Hall of Famer is.      
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What will be the NFL's next great quarterback rivalry?
The NFL has a horde of talented young passers, but it's still to be determined if another Tom Brady-Peyton Manning rivalry will emerge.       
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New president of Pro Football Hall of Fame's biggest mission: Keeping HOF relevant
Each year's list of semifinalist and finalist are debated, and there has been no shortage of chatter about what a Pro Football Hall of Famer is.       
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Suns hold off Pistons to set franchise record with 18th consecutive win without injured Devin Booker
Devin Booker sat out Thursday with a strained hamstring, but the Suns kept rolling and set a franchise record with their 18th consecutive win.       
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Olympic champion bobsledder Kaillie Humphries granted citizenship, can compete for Team USA
Humphries won Olympic gold in 2010 and 2014, as well as a bronze in 2018, while representing Canada. Now, she'll compete for the US in Beijing.      
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The Crew: Bucs' Leonard Fournette joins & RG3 tell-all book
Bucs' Leonard Fournette joins the show. Can any team dethrone the champs? Plus RG3's tell-all book.      
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Opinion: Antonio Brown lowers himself to a new low, and now should pay the price
Even after this colossal misstep by talented yet troubled receiver Antonio Brown, it's only a matter of time before he finds a way to screw up again.       
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USA TODAY Sports' Week 13 NFL picks: Do New England Patriots or Buffalo Bills emerge with AFC East lead?
Surging New England and Buffalo meet Monday night in the first of two December meetings. This week's winner will claim the divisional lead.       
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'Citizen Ashe' documentary delves into Arthur Ashe's triumph at Wimbledon in 1975
Arthur Ashe employed surprise tactics to beat Jimmy Connors in the 1975 Wimbledon final to win his third and final Grand Slam title.      
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'They deserve a shot': Saints' Jenkins on the qualified minority head coaching candidates
Saints safety Malcolm Jenkins explains how far the NFL still has to go when it comes to considering and hiring minority head coaches.      
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Saints Jenkins believes frustrations on taunting should be directed at league, not refs
Saints safety Malcolm Jenkins explains why frustrations, when it comes to taunting and ticky-tack roughing the passer calls, should be directed at the league and the competition committee, and not as much on the referees, who are taking orders from the former.      
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What we got so wrong about Mac Jones in the pre-draft process
Chris Long explains what scouts overlooked in the pre-draft process that may have led to Mac Jones falling to the Patriots.      
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'I love it': Chris Long believes parity in NFL is best we've ever seen
Usually by now we know the 2-4 teams that will be competing for the Super Bowl. This year you could make a case for half the league. Chris Long explains how players and fans view this year's unmatched parity.      
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Day 1 of the MLB lockout: Players show solidarity after league failed to 'seriously engage' in negotiations
Baseball's first work stoppage since 1994-95 officially began Thursday after players days of failed negotiations.      
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Bark at the Park: Dogs at MLB games
Bark at the Park: Dogs at MLB games     
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Who has the edge in high-octane game between Bengals and Chargers |On Site
The Chargers and Bengals both bring lethal offenses into their Week 13 matchup, but Joe Mixon could be the x-factor. Find out more on this week's On Site.       
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Coyotes reaffirm commitment to Arizona in response to report of being for sale
The Arizona Coyotes are 'not selling' and 'not moving,' the team says, in response to Forbes report suggesting otherwise.       
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Winners and losers of MLB's pre-lockout free agent spree: Two star shortstops must wait to cash in
USA TODAY Sports takes a look at the winners and losers in the early rounds of a hot stove season that may yet stretch into spring.      
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Would Lincoln Riley have stayed at OU if they didn't join SEC?
Dan Wolken examines if Lincoln Riley would have stayed in OU if they weren't joining the SEC.      
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Why college football's coaching carousel is off the rails
Dan Wolken believes the current system for poaching and acquiring college football head coaches is broken and only going to get more chaotic if the CFP decides to expand.      
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Why fresh blood in CFP is great for college football
If the favorites win on Saturday we could see three new teams in the College Football Playoff. Dan Wolken believes a CFP without the usuals in Alabama, Ohio State and Clemson is great for the sport.      
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MLB removes player photos and news from website as lockout begins
MLB removes player headshots and articles from team websites amid locking the players out after the expiration of the collective bargaining agreement      
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Youth hockey goalie says he faced racial slurs at tournament in Canada
A 16-year-old black hockey player from Halifax, Nova Scotia, says he was called racial slurs during a tournament last month.      
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Star wrestler, football player Tate Myre among Oxford High School shooting victims
One of the students killed in the Oxford High School shooting in Michigan was Tate Myre, a star wrestler and football player.      
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Why was Drake at a seemingly random Thunder-Rockets game in Oklahoma City?
Drake surprised players and fans when he sat courtside in Oklahoma City for the second half of Wednesday's Thunder-Rockets game.       
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MLB lockout is on after collective bargaining agreement expires, owners agree to freeze out players
MLB and union officials met multiple times this week, but as expected, little progress was made, and owners voted to lock out players.      
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