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Win Over Blackhawks Proves the Blues Are a Different Team, Now Bring On the Stars

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Monday night was the first time in three games the Blues played a full three periods. From start to finish they were hell-bent on rewriting history, burying a well-deserved postseason reputation deep under the Scottrade ice, and exorcising not only their first-round playoff demons, but a very specific one who wears black and red and hums “Chelsea Dagger” while relentlessly ...

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RGIII Has a Real Shot at Redemption Under New Cleveland Regime

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RGIII makes for an interesting redemption story in Cleveland. Whether it was his inability to adapt as a passer, stay healthy, or lead others, some believe Robert Griffin III was mostly at fault for his Washington falling out. Others believe Mike Shanahan was to blame for RGIII’s downward spiral in D.C. That said, Jay Gruden decided to pass on RGIII’s ...

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History Shows NFL Free Agency is a Fool’s Gold Rush

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While it’s difficult to temper their enthusiasm, most NFL fans know better. The “tampering period” of free agency has begun, which essentially means that free agency has begun. Even though players aren’t allowed to agree to deals with new teams until it officially opens Wednesday afternoon, backroom deals and secret handshakes will undoubtedly occur over the next 24-48 hours. Teams will ...

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The ‘Underdog’ Label Could be the Best Thing to Happen to the Cardinals

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Oddsmakers are rarely right when they pick a team as the favorite to win the World Series. That’s what people tell you this time of year. They almost brag about it. These sports books make money hand-over-fist every year, but Johnny Prediction Pants can’t wait to tell you how wrong oddsmakers are. As if they’re actually making a prediction. Odds ...

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With Pace of Play Changes, MLB is Fixing a Problem That Doesn’t Exist

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Major League Baseball has a pace-of-play problem, but not in the way you’re probably thinking. In efforts to reduce downtime during games, MLB implemented rule changes last season requiring batters to keep one foot in the batter’s box after taking a pitch. Each team also installed clocks to make sure innings started immediately after commercial breaks. The average time of games ...

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