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  • Serial-sly, who murdered the Bears' season?

    Serial-sly, who murdered the Bears' season?
    A satirical sports website does a dead-on take of "Serial," the world's most downloaded podcast, as it tries to solve the mystery of who killed the 2014 Chicago Bears. Reporter Sarah Koenig's weekly exploration into the mysterious circumstances of a...
  • Eating right earns Orlando kid Super Bowl trip

     Eating right earns Orlando kid Super Bowl trip
    Eat your vegetables! Bobby Sena didn't want to sound like an old goat, but that was his message to neighborhood kids who were turning into blobs. "They weren't going outside," he said. "They were playing video games and eating at fast-food...
  • Virginia Tech's bowl streak boasts many seminal moments

    When you've finished your season in bowls for more than two straight decades without a break, like Virginia Tech has done, there's a mountain of memories — both positive and negative — to cull through. As Tech prepares for its 22nd...
  • Hyde: Ross brings back Philbin, but doesn't get off that easy

    Hyde: Ross brings back Philbin, but doesn't get off that easy
    There is no coach besides Joe Philbin who could walk away from the train wreck the last three years have been, who could be given the resources he is about to be given again, and return without question for a fourth season. That's what Dolphins owner...
  • NFL playoff picture coming into focus

    NFL playoff picture coming into focus
    Thanksgiving is behind us, and now the real NFL season begins. This is the homestretch, when the story is either the favorites maintaining their momentum, or written-off teams rising to the challenge, then getting hot in the playoffs, the way the New...
  • Sam Farmer's NFL Week 14 picks

    The Times' NFL writer, Sam Farmer, examines this week's matchups. Lines according to Glantz-Culver (O/U = over/under). Last week's record 9-7 (.563); season 122-69-1 (.639). Using point spreads with the scores Farmer predicted, the record against the...
  • Packers-Cowboys matchup will feature the end of a streak

    Something's got to give. The Green Bay Packers were 8-0 at home this season, averaging a league-best 39.8 points in those games. Dallas was 8-0 on the road, averaging 34.4 points away from home, also tops in the NFL. Sunday's divisional matchup...
  • There are lots of story lines in possible Super Bowl matchups

    There are lots of story lines in possible Super Bowl matchups
    Oh, the possibilities. After 19 weeks of games, the NFL has narrowed its field to four teams — Seattle, Green Bay, New England and Indianapolis — with four possible Super Bowl permutations. This weekend's conference title games are...
  • NFL Week 13: Philip Rivers helps Left Coast get it right in Baltimore

    On a Sunday when Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady squared off for the first time in their illustrious NFL careers, and Johnny Manziel scored for the first time in his less-than-illustrious rookie season, it was another first that kept the San Diego Chargers in...
  • Packers beat Buccaneers, clinch playoff berth

    Packers beat Buccaneers, clinch playoff berth
    TAMPA, Fla. -- The Green Bay Packers' offense bounced back just enough to help them clinch a playoff spot as they beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 20-3 on Sunday at Raymond James Stadium. The Packers rebounded from a 21-13 loss at Buffalo last week but did...
  • Dolphins' Ryan Tannehill could join elite group of QBs

    Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill could join an elite group of his peers if he passes for 214 yards in Sunday's finale against the New York Jets. Tannehill could become one of at least a dozen NFL quarterbacks to pass for 4,000 or more yards this...