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Quarterback guru George Whitfield explains why he chases QBs with brooms

George Whitfield Jr. heard the criticism about Jameis Winston's pro day. He isn't mad, but he thinks you should know the method to his madness. Even if you don't know who George Whitfield Jr. is, you probably recognize his pupils. Whitfield's first superstar client as a quarterback guru was Ben Roethlisberger in 2010. Show More Summary

Stop being surprised when Wisconsin wins

Wisconsin's second-straight Final Four was no fluke. Bo Ryan's Badgers are officially college basketball's top programs. When Kenny Smith asked Bo Ryan last Sunday why he was no longer comfortable with scoring "on the small side of 50,"...Show More Summary

The WWE/Flintstones movie is better than whatever you're expecting

We're still trying to figure out how this even happened. The surprising thing is, it's actually really good. Recently, WWE teamed up with Warner Brothers to release a direct to video mash-up movie, The Flintstones and WWE Stone Age Smackdown!...Show More Summary

Blake Griffin says the Clippers don't have home-court advantage

He was angry there were MVP chants for Stephen Curry during Tuesday's game. The Los Angeles Clippers' odds of earning home-court advantage for the first round of the playoffs took a blow Tuesday with a loss to the Golden State Warriors, but Blake Griffin doesn't seem to mind. Show More Summary

The Ravens don't want Justin Forsett to be another one-hit wonder running back

Could the Ravens' Justin Forsett become the latest tailback to rush for 1,000 yards and never do so again? Justin Forsett never ran for more than 619 yards in a season before 2014. That year, the journeyman running back galloped for more than 1,250 yards after emerging as the post-Ray Rice starter in the Baltimore Ravens' backfield. Show More Summary

Bruce Irvin's April Fools' Day joke is bad

April Fools' Day on the Internet is an annual celebration in which brands have a better excuse than normal to transparently compete for our affection, everyone complains all day and no one can be trusted. Everything is terrible, especially joking about a fake DUI arrest like Seahawks' Bruce Irvin. How ~Not~ To Tweet On April Fools' Day 1. Show More Summary

NL West preview: Dodgers will keep the Giants from a repeat

The San Francisco Giants have won the World Series three times in the last five years, so it shouldn’t be a surprise that the Los Angeles Dodgers brought in Andrew Friedman as head of baseball operations to help them like he did the Tampa Bay Rays, only with a ton more money to spend. Show More Summary

AL West preview: Mariners and Angels could be surprised by A’s

The AL West looks to be a two-horse race between the Seattle Mariners and the Los Angeles Angels, with the Oakland Athletics within striking distance to make it interesting.The Mariners are the most solid from top to bottom. Anchoring...Show More Summary

Ranking the 15 True Aces of Major League Baseball

Having one in the hole is a great start. Having two in the pocket can virtually guarantee the desired outcome. The problem is, they are rare. True aces are few and far between, and they are built over time. One-hit wonders are false idols until they show staying power. Show More Summary

Watch: Steph Curry Sends CP3 to the Ground with a Sick Behind the Back Crossover

The Warriors wouldn’t be where they are today without their All-Star point guard Stephen Curry, who continues to dazzle the entire basketball world with his basketball talent each game. On Tuesday night against the Clippers, Curry took a critical step towards surpassing the player, just a couple short years ago, widely considered as the clear […]

Nobody wants to hug Roger Goodell at the NFL Draft

Marcus Mariota chose to pass on an invite to attend the 2015 NFL Draft. Add Marcus Mariota to the list of players who aren't interested in that special moment where they walk across the stage and give NFL commissioner Roger Goodell a hug after their name is called in the 2015 NFL Draft. Show More Summary

NHL schedule 2015: Leafs, Sabres subplots abound

April Fools! There's nothing interesting about that matchup. It appears the NHL schedule on Wednesday will follow up a night of playoff race intrigue with an evening of teams with nothing to play for. Each of the first three games of...Show More Summary

2015 McDonald's All American Game rosters: Boys, girls set for all-star contests

The latest edition of the decades-old all-star contest features a surprising number of uncommitted prospects. The 2015 McDonald's All-American Games take place on April 1 in Chicago, at the United Center, and will pit 24 of the bestShow More Summary

Mariners plotting a course to playoffs; A’s falling back from recent peak

To set the table for the start of the 2015 MLB season, take a team-by-team look at how each division stacks up heading into Opening Day. Teams listed in order of predicted finish.AL: East | Central | WestNL: East | Central | WestRead full article >>

Dodgers should again be NL West’s top dog; Padres make big strides

To set the table for the start of the 2015 MLB season, take a team-by-team look at how each division stacks up heading into Opening Day. Teams listed in order of predicted finish.AL: East | Central | WestNL: East | Central | WestRead full article >>

White Sox ready to return to the top; Royals’ bullpen key to their 2015 success

To set the table for the start of the 2015 MLB season, take a team-by-team look at how each division stacks up heading into Opening Day. Teams listed in order of predicted finish.AL: East | Central | WestNL: East | Central | WestRead full article >>

Cardinals can top competitive NL Central; Brewers may be bound for basement

To set the table for the start of the 2015 MLB season, take a team-by-team look at how each division stacks up heading into Opening Day. Teams listed in order of predicted finish.AL: East | Central | WestNL: East | Central | WestRead full article >>

Washington Nationals should reign again in NL East; Phillies brace for pain

To set the table for the start of the 2015 MLB season, take a teamb-by-team look at how each division stacks up heading into Opening Day. Teams listed in order of predicted finish.AL: East | Central | WestNL: East | Central | WestRead full article >>

Red Sox should take AL East … if rotation holds; Yankees have questions, rebuild ahead

To set the table for the start of the 2015 MLB season, take a team-by-team look at how each division stacks up heading into Opening Day. Teams listed in order of predicted finish.AL: East | Central | WestNL: East | Central | WestRead full article >>

Selecting MLB's 2015 All-Future Team

In less than a week, Major League Baseball's 2015 regular season will begin. But just for fun, let's pretend the 2020 campaign were about to get underway. In that fantastical, five-years-in-the-future world, what would be the best team...Show More Summary

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