Legendary coach Pat Summitt steps down. The NHL has gotten so violent, fans fear death is next for the players. And the NFL releases its 2012 schedule.
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The Miami Marlins face a Cuba problem. University of Arkansas has an accident and a scandal. Bubba, who has a pink driver, wins the Masters. And the NHL teams begin the fight for the Stanley Cup.
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Tebow heads to New York. The GenY filled US men’s soccer team didn’t make it to the Olympics. Magic Johnson may buy the Los Angeles Dodgers. And the NCAA gets whittled down to the final four.
Peyton Manning heads to Denver. A Russian defects to Nashville. An African soccer player suffers cardiac arrest on the field. The Saints’ entire staff is suspended.
The biggest news in sports this week is the “bounty” scandal the New Orleans Saints had cooking. Crosby makes another comeback to the NHL. And Manning leaves the Colts.
NASCAR sees one of its wackiest races yet. Milwaukee Brewer Ryan Braun gets his steroid charges dropped. And Tiger Woods allegedly considered joining the Navy.
Linsanity gets out of hand. The Wings break the record for a streak of home-game wins. Cuban outfielder Yoenis Cespedes signs with the Oakland A’s. And a legendary Padres hitter recovers from a tumor removal.
The Pats disappoint New England – again. There’s a list of America’s most hated athletes, check it out to see who made the cut. And hockey’s worst kept secret is revealed.
Alleged racist and Chelsea defender, John Terry, has a trial date set. Peyton Manning may be considering retirement, or he’s just leaving the Colts. And accident-prone NHL superstar Crosby is dealing with a neck injury.