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The new Nationals manager is a baseball icon with a rich history off the field. And because of some troubled times in his past, he cherishes his present even more.
COLUMN | Without trust in his supporting cast and organization, James will never get closure that Bryant has.
Dallas scores four goals in second period, then holds on after Capitals score three goals in the third.
Maryland goes cold for most of the first half, see 27-game home winning streak end against Wisconsin.

The Capitals could be in the market for a depth defenseman.

Why an old story is now back in the news.

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Mr. Richardson was a star receiver for the Colts in the 1960s and played in Super Bowl III.

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Get that XXL sparkly spandex costume ready.

Fabian Johnson and Bobby Wood scored in Germany, while Alejandro Bedoya assisted in France.

Members of the 1966 national championship team visit Cole Field House, the site of their groundbreaking win over Kentucky.

It is the first time the magazine has released three individual covers for the edition.

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Stone pushed Brown's head into the court near the end of the first half of Maryland's loss to the Badgers.

Fans of the All-Star Weekend event will be talking about this one for years to come.

The senior overcame injuries to qualify for the state meet, but Julia Hays helps deliver team title.

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Dallas scores four goals in second period, then holds on after Capitals score three goals in the third.

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All 13 Bobcat wrestlers get points; BHS freshman Brandon Wittenberg wins 106-pound title

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No matter how you slice it, the Splash Brothers are the kings of the long-ball.

The veteran racer was none too pleased with how little room the track star gave him during the qualifying event.

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