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Teddy The Football Star

Justin August 26, 2009 1

Before he was a Senator, Ted Kennedy was a Harvard student, and a member of the Crimson football team. In fact, he caught a touchdown pass during Harvard’s loss to Yale in

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Shaq Gets A No-bama

Justin July 27, 2009 1

What does it take to stop Shaquille O’Neal?  Apparently, the secret service. The Big Cav-istotle was in DC for the weekend and, it seems, wanted to see whether or not he was famous enough

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The Dems Are Turning to A Cagey Right-Hander

Justin July 9, 2009 0

Sonia Sotomayor’s Senate confirmation hearings start next week. A number of witnesses will be testifying both for and against her nomination to the Supreme Court. But it won’t be all politicians and legal experts

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That Elian Gonzalez Family Must Really Hold A Grudge

Justin June 17, 2009 0

Officials in Miami had a choice. They could name a school after Janet Reno, A Miami native and the nation’s first female Attorney General. Or they could name it after Alonzo Mourning, a basketball

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Minimum Age Limit? Ok, Let’s Play The Slavery Card

Justin June 4, 2009 1

Tennessee Congressman Steve Cohen (of the Tennessee Cohens) is the latest politician to dip his toe into the waters of the sports world. He’s written a letter to David Stern, decrying the rule that

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The First Fan Goes LA

Justin June 2, 2009 1

President Obama is headed to the Mideast, but he’s still got time to weigh in on the biggest sports question of the week: “Over the loud whine of the chopper, Obama stopped, took a

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Someone May Want to Ask For A Mulligan

Justin May 8, 2009 1

David Feherty is a very good golf analyst for CBS. There is nothing in that last sentence that indicates he is qualified to comment on the current political climate in the United States, nor

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Kentucky Voters May Be Making a Call to the Bullpen

Justin May 5, 2009 2

Jim Bunning is the only Baseball Hall of Famer currently serving in the US Senate.  For now. The Republican is having a tough time raising money for a second re-election campaign, and he’s not doing

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BCS: Baseless Congressional Snoozefest

Justin May 1, 2009 0

The baseball season is a month old. The Bulls and Celtics are currently engaged in a 1st round playoff matchup that may very well go down as the greatest series in NBA history. The

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Change We Can Believe In

Justin April 29, 2009 2

Today marks the 100th day of the Obama Presidency. While cable news will be full of wall to wall coverage of the political ramifications of this cultural sea change, it is up to SportsCracklePop

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