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Some moments are to be shared with the world, but sometimes you find that the world is no bigger than the backseat of a Cadillac.
MLB’s decision to open the regular season Down Under in late March defies logic.
Criticism of coach Dan Bylsma for the Americans losing back-to-back games in the medal round in Sochi, Russia, is misplaced.
Critics on the Steve Spurrier side say there is no data to indicate that up-tempo offenses result in more injuries for defensive players.
Russia’s flop in Olympic hockey was right up novelist Fyodor Dostoyevsky’s alley.
How often major leaguers run hard to first base becomes a hot topic thanks to Robinson Cano, Kevin Long and Lloyd McClendon.
There are Pittsburgh-specific truths such as the one about not standing under the Fort Duquesne Bridge in the middle of the night.
The Panthers blew a nine-point lead in the second half, and when it mattered most, they let a six-point lead evaporate in the final 1:56.