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St-Pierre suffers torn ACL


Georges St-Pierre suffered a torn ACL in his left knee this week, an injury which effectively precludes the retired champ from any immediate comeback to the sport he dominated for the better part...

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The best Munenori Kawasaki tribute video ever

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The worst homework of all time

North Carolina has long been suspected of holding its basketball players to loose academic standards. Now, we have proof, which we have completely made up.

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Inside look at Dayton basketball

Go behind the scenes to see what makes the Dayton basketball team so special as it makes its way through the NCAA Tournament.

Spurs mascot loses eyes, horrifies everyone

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16 questions to determine the Sweet 16

As the NCAA Tournament resets on Thursday, these 16 questions will determine who moves on to the Elite Eight.

Avery calls Marty a cheating 'fatso'

The feud between Sean Avery and Martin Brodeur continued this week -- and the new chapter is probably the most entertaining yet.

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