Sports

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Money for nothing much

By Mark Bergin
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Sports | For baseball’s best, high salaries have often yielded poor production

Heavy hitter

By Mark Bergin
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Sports | The call to reform gridiron violence has gained a powerful voice

Cycle of lies

By Mark Bergin
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Sports | Is Lance Armstrong’s confession his greatest deceit yet?

Un-super bowls

By Mark Bergin
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Sports | Football is growing ever more popular, but college football’s postseason is floundering

Switch hitters

By Mark Bergin
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Sports | In the field of politics, some sports journalists refuse to be sidelined

Trigger happy

Trigger happy

By Mark Bergin
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Sports | Grinnell sophomore Jack Taylor scored 138 points, but why did he need 108 shots to do it?

Mind games

By Mark Bergin
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Sports | Athletes find solace in the words of sports psychologists

'She laughed at me'

By Mark Bergin
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Sports | Aaron Rodgers proved his teacher wrong, but many others will prove her right

Cheer fear

Cheer fear

By Mark Bergin
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Sports | An anti-religion group claims high-school football and Bible verses are an unconstitutional mix

Game of chicken

By Mark Bergin
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Sports | Adversarial labor disputes send sports leagues hurtling toward head-on crashes—and for what?

Holding pattern

Holding pattern

By Mark Bergin
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Sports | The NFL's referee lockout is penalizing the game

Lancing blow

By Mark Bergin
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Sports | Will the world's most famous cyclist slip through public shame unscathed?

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