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How the conference championship teams were built 

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After the dust settled on the Miracle in Minneapolis, old friends Howie Roseman and Rick Spielman, now seven days away from playing for a trip to Super Bowl LII, traded texts. ... read more
 
19. tammikuuta 2018 0:50:07 Categories: Sports Illustrated logo

LaVar Ball files trademark for Junior Basketball Association 

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The father of Los Angeles Lakers guard Lonzo Ball filed a trademark application last week seeking the rights to name a new basketball league, documents show.... read more
 
19. tammikuuta 2018 0:04:53 Categories: Sports Illustrated logo

Bring on the hate: Sabathia says Yankees want to 'crush everybody' 

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The 2016 Yankees were an underdog and CC Sabathia is glad they aren't any longer. After landing Giancarlo Stanton in a monster trade this winter, the Yankees are seen once again as a wildly expensive juggernaut.... read more
 
18. tammikuuta 2018 22:50:23 Categories: Sports Illustrated logo

Study: Repeated hits to head, not just concussions, can cause CTE 

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A Boston University study released Thursday provided scientific evidence that repeated hits to the head, even those that do not produce concussion or concussion-like symptoms, can lead to the degenerative brain disease chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). ... read more
 
18. tammikuuta 2018 22:05:28 Categories: Sports Illustrated logo

Ref known for index-card controversy to officiate Super Bowl LII 

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Get ready for plenty of index card jokes in the weeks leading up to Super Bowl LII.... read more
 
18. tammikuuta 2018 11:06:31 Categories: Sports Illustrated logo

North and South Korea to form joint Olympic team 

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SEOUL, South Korea (AP) - South Korea says the rival Koreas have agreed to form their first joint Olympic team and have their athletes march together during the opening ceremony of next month's Winter Olympics in the South. ... read more
 
17. tammikuuta 2018 18:06:47 Categories: Sports Illustrated logo

Washington State football player dies from apparent self-inflicted gunshot 

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Washington State quarterback Tyler Hilinski has died of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. ... read more
 
17. tammikuuta 2018 7:56:20 Categories: Sports Illustrated logo

This CFL player has been signed by every team in league 

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There have been plenty of well-traveled journeymen in American sports. Octavio Dotel played for 13 MLB teams, four NBA players have suited up for 12 teams each, Mike Sillinger had stints with 12 NHL teams and J.T. O'Sullivan was a part of 11 NFL teams. But none of them have done what CFL quarterback Kevin Glenn just did. Glenn, 38, signed with the Edmonton Eskimos on Monday, making them his ninth CFL franchise. Fewer than the guys listed above, yes, but here's the thing: the CFL only has nine teams! Cover of the Edmonton Sun this morning after the Eskimos signed Kevin Glenn, making him the only player in CFL history to be on every team's roster. #YXE#CFL#YEGpic.twitter.com/hLpQhad0qG- Adam MacVicar (@AdamMacVicar) January 16, 2018 "I always joked about signing with the Eskimos for just one day so I could say I was with every team. But it became serious. To get the opportunity to come in and actually suit up and play, makes it a whole lot better," Glenn told the Edmonton Sun. Unlike the players above, who actually played at least one game for each of those teams, Glenn has only suited up for six of the nine. He was actually a member of the Toronto Argonauts for less than a day and spent only a few months in the winter of 2014 on the roster of the expansion Ottawa Redblacks. Glenn, 38, has been playing in the CFL long enough that there were only eight teams when he was a rookie in 2001. Ottawa has been awarded two expansion franchises in that time, though the Renegades ceased play in 2006. Glenn, a Detroit native who still lives there, played his college football at Illinois State. He was a CFL all-star in 2007 and led the Saskatchewan Roughriders to a playoff berth as the starting quarterback this season.... read more
 
16. tammikuuta 2018 23:40:02 Categories: Sports Illustrated logo

There's still a Durant-sized gap between the Cavs and Warriors 

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Cleveland was locked in from the opening tip against Golden State on Monday night.... read more
 
16. tammikuuta 2018 9:27:11 Categories: Sports Illustrated logo

Watch: WVU's Konate makes three highlight-worthy blocks in one half 

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West Virginia sophomore Sagaba Konate terrorized Kansas in the first half of Monday night's game, blocking five shots.... read more
 
16. tammikuuta 2018 8:26:12 Categories: Sports Illustrated logo

A-Rod and J-Lo got put on Kiss Cam during Duke-Miami 

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We all know Alex Rodriguez likes to take his famous girlfriends to sporting events (see Cameron Diaz feeding him popcorn at the Super Bowl) and that he likes kissing (see this photo of him kissing himself in the mirror), so he must have had a good time on Monday night at the Duke-Miami game in Coral Gables. ... read more
 
16. tammikuuta 2018 6:55:33 Categories: Sports Illustrated logo

From Six Double Hamburgers To Mac And (Cashew) Cheese: A Former NFL Lineman Embraces Veganism 

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Plant-based diets have been embraced by quite a few high profile athletes. ... read more
 
16. tammikuuta 2018 2:54:51 Categories: Sports Illustrated logo

NBA power rankings: Warriors cruising, Cavs crumbling 

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Welcome back to The Crossover's weekly Power Rankings.... read more
 
15. tammikuuta 2018 19:38:59 Categories: Sports Illustrated logo

Diggs, dings and dumbfounded Vikings on how they stunned Saints 

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MINNEAPOLIS-Ding! . Ding! ... read more
 
15. tammikuuta 2018 16:22:43 Categories: Sports Illustrated logo

Jaguars capable of winning Super Bowl -- deal with it 

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Three thoughts off Jacksonville's 45-42 win on Sunday afternoon . . . 1. Jacksonville is capable of winning the Super Bowl. There, I said it. Mock away, @ away, fill those mentions with memes directed at my mental acuity or brain fitness. But consider that: (1) The Jaguars have a great defense that appears to be without obvious weakness and is particularly strong in the secondary and with pass rushers (Sunday's effort-see below-notwithstanding); (2) Jacksonville can run the ball with Leonard Fournette, who scored three times on Sunday and gained 109 yards; (3) Tom Coughlin is in charge now and (4) perhaps you remember that Coughlin beat the Patriots a couple times in Super Bowls; (5) It's not like the Jaguars lack receivers; (6) Their underrated offensive line kept Blake Bortles protected all day against the Steelers and opened those holes for Fournette; and (7) defensive end Calais Campbell was perhaps the single most important offseason acquisition in the NFL last offseason, and . . . we could go on. The obvious counter: Bortles. Fair enough. But let's also be fair to Bortles here. He had several above-average games (in five contests, he posted a passer rating above 115.0) this season and did not turn the ball over on Sunday against the Steelers. He threw for 214 yards, a touchdown and managed to get back two fumbles before anyone from Pittsburgh could scoop them up. So do I think that Jacksonville will win the Super Bowl? No, I don't. But if they did it wouldn't be like the greatest upset in Super Bowl history or anything. 2. The Jaguars defense gave up a ton of yards to Pittsburgh, but that doesn't mean the unit isn't legit. It is. That notion has seemed obvious for a while now, "a while" being most of this season, and yet this idea of Jacksonville-as-a-defensive-force hasn't taken hold on a national scale the way it might have if the Jaguars played in a bigger market or had a more recent playoff history. The Jags finished second in total and scoring defense and sacks and interceptions and first in yards per play and first downs allowed to opposing offenses. They even earned a nickname: Sacksonville. (Which could use some work.) On Sunday afternoon in Pittsburgh, the awkwardly nicknamed Jacksonville D either converted a few more non-believers to their rapidly filling bandwagon or gave critics more reason to doubt. Still, after recording five interceptions in their October victory over Pittsburgh, they picked off Ben Roethlisberger again in the first quarter and forced a Roethlisberger fumble that linebacker Telvin Smith picked up and returned 50 yards for a score late in the first half. It was Jacksonville's third defensive score against Pittsburgh alone this season. The Jags' defense wasn't perfect on Sunday; the Steelers did come back, after all. Pittsburgh gained 545-545!-yards; Roethlisberger threw five-five!-touchdowns. That's somewhat misleading. The Jaguars jumped to such a big early lead that they played to hold that lead in the second half, leaving underneath routes open, making the Steelers run the clock down. But Sacksonville also gave Jacksonville a chance to win a playoff game, on the road, against one of the best offenses in the league and two players (Le'Veon Bell and Antonio Brown) who are perpetual MVP candidates. This wasn't the Jaguars' best performance this season. But it was enough. 3. The Steelers' offensive decision-makers will (quite fairly) face a torrent of criticism for two fourth down calls on Sunday. Specifically, Pittsburgh twice decided to go for it on fourth-and-1; once in the first quarter, once in the fourth. Now, according to ESPN Stats & Info, Roethlisberger, for his career in both the regular season and the playoffs, is 18 of 19 in converting fourth-and-1 plays through rushing attempts-which sounds great, unless you're a Steelers fan and you consider that Big Ben, all 6-feet-5-inches and 240 pounds of him, has not attempted a rush on fourth-and-1 since 2014. Obviously he's older now, doesn't move as well-countered by, well, 6-5, 240. That strange streak continued Sunday, first when the Steelers called a pitch right to Le'Veon Bell in the first quarter on a fourth-and-1 at the Jacksonville 21-yard-line. Bell lost four yards on the play, as several defenders swarmed that side of the field. Then, in the fourth quarter, on another fourth-and-1, this one at Jacksonville's 39, Roethlisberger tried to force a pass to rookie wideout JuJu Smith-Schuster on a crossing route, but Smith-Schuster could not hang onto the ball as he dove for a tough catch with cornerback A.J. Bouye diving with him. Consider that good defense (and a bit of a hold) by Bouye, and a bad call by the Steelers offense. Pittsburgh's offensive coordinator, Todd Haley, will receive most of the blame for those calls gone bad. Perhaps that's fair, but it's tough to say for sure. On the second call, it appeared Roethlisberger might have called an audible. It's also possible that Coach Mike Tomlin weighed in. Regardless, next time the Steelers face a fourth-and-1, especially in the playoffs, here's a little friendly unsolicited advice: QB sneak. . Question or comment? Email us at talkback@themmqb.com .... read more
 
15. tammikuuta 2018 2:04:16 Categories: Sports Illustrated logo

Report: Rodman arrested for DUI 

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Dennis Rodman was arrested Saturday night for DUI in Newport Beach, Calif., TMZ reports.... read more
 
14. tammikuuta 2018 21:04:55 Categories: Sports Illustrated logo

Keith Jackson's most memorable college football calls 

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In honor of the legendary college football announcer Keith Jackson who died Friday night, here are some of his most memorable calls throughout his career.... read more
 
13. tammikuuta 2018 21:35:29 Categories: Sports Illustrated logo

The names in play as NFL coaching carousel spins 

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At some point soon, someone will flip the switch on the NFL boombox playing over this game of musical chairs. And when that happens, there won't be seats for every candidate riding the coaching carousel.... read more
 
13. tammikuuta 2018 21:35:28 Categories: Sports Illustrated logo

Injuries set to end wrestler's WWE career 

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<p>WWE wrestler Paige will no longer compete in the ring due to an injury she suffered last month, PWInsider's Mike Johnson reports.</p>... read more
 
13. tammikuuta 2018 19:35:27 Categories: Sports Illustrated logo

Curry to miss second straight game with ankle sprain 

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Steph Curry will miss the Warriors' game against the Grizzlies on Friday, per ESPN's Chris Haynes, marking the second straight game the two-time MVP will miss after spraining his left ankle during shootaround on Wednesday.&nbsp;... read more
 
12. tammikuuta 2018 22:49:29 Categories: Sports Illustrated logo
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