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  • 1989-90 Magic: Where are they now?

    1989-90 Magic: Where are they now?
    1989-90 Magic: Where are they now? SG Nick Anderson: Anderson was the Magic's first draft pick and became the franchise's all-time leading scorer before Dwight Howard broke his record. He is beginning his seventh season as a community ambassador with...
  • Dolphins center Mike Pouncey served subpoena after Patriots loss

    Dolphins center Mike Pouncey served subpoena after Patriots loss
    FOXBORO, Mass. - Miami Dolphins center Mike Pouncey was served a subpoena shortly after Sunday's 27-17 loss to the New England Patriots. The Massachusetts State Police issued Pouncey the subpoena as he exited the team's locker room at Gillette Stadium....
  • University of Maryland launched extensive PR campaign to change impressions about Big Ten move

    University of Maryland launched extensive PR campaign to change impressions about Big Ten move
    COLLEGE PARK — The University of Maryland anticipated most fans would initially react "emotionally and negatively" to last year's decision to join the Big Ten Conference. So the school sought to influence the debate with a plan to lobby media...
  • Norman Pearlstine To Return To Time Inc.

    Norman Pearlstine, the veteran publishing executive who has held senior editorial stints at Time Inc. and The Wall Street Journal, is set to return to the New York magazine publisher as it prepares to spin off from its parent company, Time Warner,...
  • CNN's Sports Program With Rachel Nichols To Launch Oct. 25

    CNN said it would launch a half-hour sports program Friday nights starting October 25th, with veteran sports-news anchor Rachel Nichols as host. Launch of the program marks the first time the Time Warner-owned cable-news outlet has had a sports-themed...
  • Mitch Ross says he's still providing current Raven with 'pain' chips

    Mitch Ross says he's still providing current Raven with 'pain' chips
    Mitch Ross, the man who said during Super Bowl week that he supplied Ray Lewis with deer antler spray to speed his recovery from a torn triceps injury, says that he is still providing one of his products to a current Raven. Ross, a co-owner of Sports...
  • Jabari Parker's back in domination mode

    Jabari Parker's back in domination mode
    Jabari Parker will go down in Chicago Public League history as the first player from the city to lead his team to four consecutive state championships. That's no small feat, especially when you consider not only the talent level in the city, but across...
  • UCLA football: Myles Jack dealing with increased attention

    UCLA football: Myles Jack dealing with increased attention
    Another day with a Jack attack. Freshman linebacker Myles Jack resided under the media glare Tuesday. A Sports Illustrated writer dropped by to chat. He did a lengthy interview with Fox Sports to be used prior the Arizona State game Saturday. Jack has...
  • Basketball team primed for UConn, Big Ten backlash, big football recruiting weekend

    Basketball team primed for UConn, Big Ten backlash, big football recruiting weekend
    The Baltimore Sun's Don Markus, Jeff Barker and Jonas Shaffer weigh in on three topics in Terps athletics this week. What’s the biggest difference between this year’s season opener against Connecticut at the Barclays Center and last year&...
  • Te'o digital love story is bad but (not) true

    It is a love triangle for the 21st century: a real man, a fake woman and a bunch of Internet impostors. Still, I do not understand the anger directed at Notre Dame senior linebacker Manti Te'o. Whom did he hurt? Yes, it is a bizarre story. As a freshman,...
  • Bravo for Jason Collins ... but he's not Jackie Robinson

    Ever since NBA player Jason Collins announced he was gay, some people have been hailing him as a new Jackie Robinson. He isn't. Yes, he is brave. And yes, he is inspiring; gay basketball players who thought the NBA would never accept them now might be...