Legendary coach Joe Paterno passes away, some say from a broken heart. The Bruins goalie snubs President Obama, and says the federal government is out of control. And a rematch Patriots-Giants SuperBowl has everyone excited for a showdown.
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Conference Championship games set And then there were four! Four more wannabe Super Bowl participants saw their seasons end this past weekend, while the New England Patriots, Baltimore Ravens, San Francisco 49ers, and New York Giants lived to fight another … Continued
Alabama bests New Orleans in the BCS championship. The NFL is down to the last eight teams before the Super Bowl. Two Minnesota teens are injured playing hockey. And the world clamors for a Mayweather-Pacquiao fight.
The NHL playoffs get underway. Joe Torre may be looking to bid on the LA Dodgers. And the Winter Classic game is full of controversy.
Tebow is the source of more controversy for his faith. Hockey concussions are getting out of hand. Football all-stars are announced in the Pro Bowl lineup. And A-Rod travels to Germany for a surgical procedure.
The Heisman Trophy goes to Robert Griffin III from Baylor University. The National League’s MVP award winner tests positive for steroids. Sidney Crosby, the NHL’s wunderkind is out again. And the NBA’s problems linger.
The Bernie Fine scandal continues to unravel. Basketball starts up again after Christmas. The NHL confuses everyone with new conference assignments. And the Florida Marlins have a fancy new logo.
This week in sports, another coach faces more accusations, the NBA haggles over which millionaires will get more money and reach a decision, two NHL coaches are dismissed, and someone on the Detroit Lions gets suspended.
Baseball is over and end-of-season awards are handed out. Sid the Kid returns to hockey. ESPN does some sketchy reporting. And fears over heat in Qatar for the World Cup plague FIFA.
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