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Benjy Esteves comments on Hunter vs Oliver DQ

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After catching wind of my article that implied Esteves may have had something to hide this past Friday the 13th, he contacted me through email and made a full statement.

NCAA Declares Open Season On Penn State Football Players

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Imagine that your team just found out that an incoming JUCO player, in which you were relying heavily upon, suddenly isn't qualifying. Or if a key player to your offense or defense suffered a major...

Anthony Davis Trademarks His Brow

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Anthony Davis, who will likely be taken as the No. 1 pick in this Thursday’s NBA Draft by the New Orleans Hornets, is getting down to business -- literally. Davis, known for his connected eyebrows, trademarked the phrases "Fear The Brow" and "Raise The Brow" earlier this month. "I don’t want anyone to try to grow a unibrow because of me and then try to make money off of it," Davis told CNBC. "Me and my family decided to trademark it because it’s very unique." Davis said that people frequently tell him to cut it, but Davis said he won’t because "everyone’s talking about it." http://www.cnbc.com/id/47951613

Pro Combat Goes B1G: Minnesota Edition

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Pro Combat Goes B1G: Minnesota Edition, w/ uniforms that reflect the raw sexuality of Prince -- and Jerry Kill.

An Open Letter To Simon Borg

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Waking The Red's resident westerner pens an open letter to ExtraTime Radio's Simon Borg, about being a passionate MLS supporter and NOT being a straight white male AND having someone who doesn't...

Canadians Make a Racket Over Mysterious "Windsor Hum"

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Unexplained Noise Spurs Diplomatic Fracas At Detroit Border; Americans Can't Hear It WINDSOR, Ontario—Last month, Bob Dechert, a senior aide to Canada's foreign minister, was dispatched to Detroit with an important diplomatic mission: To stop a highly annoying noise. The so-called Windsor hum, described as a low-frequency rumbling sound, has rattled windows and knocked objects off shelves in this border community just across the Detroit River from the Motor City. Locals have said it sounds like a large diesel truck idling, a loud boom box or the bass vocals of Barry White. Windsor residents have blamed the hum for causing illness, whipping dogs into frenzies, keeping cats housebound and sending goldfish to the surface in backyard ponds. Many have resorted to switching on their furnace fan all season to drown out the noise. Even weirder, Americans can't seem to hear it. Canadians find that suspicious—especially since their research suggests the hum is coming from the Yankees' side—and accuse U.S. officials of staying silent over the noise. "The government of Canada takes this issue seriously," Mr. Dechert said after his recent fact-finding trip, which included a visit to a heavily industrialized area on the American side of the river that some Canadian scientists believe is to blame for the hum. http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052702303990604577370182557339816.html

CONTROVERSY: The latest CONTROVERSY involving the CONTROVERSIAL DeMarcus Cousins.

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...the Sacramento Kings forward "allegedly" decided to engage in an unsolicited game of "show and tell" with self proclaimed "model/dancer" Asia Monroe...

Bianconeri Dreams Crushed By Elephants: Juventus 2-2 Catania

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It's nearly 8 hours after the match ended, and I'm still fuming about the whole thing. To draw 2-2 to Catania at home is absolutely unacceptable. To do so in the manner we did is utterly...

Barnhart ouster treats symptom, but illness remains

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Brian Barnhart's ouster from INDYCAR Race Control appeases critics, but it is only treating a symptom of a greater malaise in the series.

Crisis of faith: A cry for help from an IndyCar die-hard

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IndyCar fans are beginning to tire of what they see to be inconsistencies and favoritism from the people running the series.

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