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Catching up with The Franchise, Season 2

When I sat down to watch The Franchise, I imagined there would be some issue with it. Never in my wildest dreams could I pinpoint the principle flaw with the show on man, let alone that it's Dan Le Batard of all people.

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The Prosecution Rests on the Legacy of JoePa

Joe Paterno may the greatest college football coach in history, but not that or 40 years of good deeds can overshadow his new legacy as a pedophile-protector, Inhistoric writes.

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Bad to be 'Bron

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Perception becomes reality with the NBA

Is the NBA rigged? No. But as long as D-Wade can kick Kevin Garnett in the nuts and manage to draw a foul, conspiracy theories will live on.

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Is it wrong to root against greatness?

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Anatomy of a Comeback

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Odom and the Humanization of Sports

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2012 in Sports: A Year of Surprises

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Just how bad are the terrible, terrible Bobcats?

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Oh, how the dunk contest has fallen

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Linsanity Highlights the Mismanagement of the Warriors

Linsanity Highlights the Mismanagement of the Warriors; Ryan Gomes started in more games for the Clippers last year than the last seven Warriors first-round picks (other than Steph Curry) had in their rookie seasons... COMBINED.

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It's Hard To Believe The Super Bowl Used To Suck

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Whitney Houston Dies at 48; Sung Maybe the Greatest Anthem Ever

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Notes on Super Bowl XLVI

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So it looks like Braun will keep his MVP. Huh.

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Dwight Howard breaks a tremendously-belated franchise record

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LeBron James: The NBA's Sometimes Nonexistent Superstar

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Stilt No More: Dwight Breaks a Wilt Free-Throw Record

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O'Brien Bitching: Where PSU Fans Senselessly Gripe About Their New Coach

The author of Inhistoric goes on a rampage over the outrage expressed at the hiring of Bill O'Brien. It has very little to do with sports history, but who cares?

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Kellen Winslow's Miraculous Weight Loss Turns 30 Years Old

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Who says you can't win without defense?

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NFL: History? There ain't no stinkin' history

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NFL Record Watch: The Packers and Colts Trudge Towards History

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CP3 veto a blow to the NBA's integrity

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Painter and Orlovsky, two of the worst ever

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When it comes to comeback rumors, Favre's got nothing on Wilt

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Should a pitcher have won the MVP?

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So, why are the MLB awards given in November anyway?

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Are records starting to not matter?

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Penn State fans need to stop trying to change the subject by blaming the media

I go to Penn State, and I've heard many idiotic defenses of Joe Paterno over the last few days. My Penn State brethren are grasping at straws. They don't want to discuss the actual culpability that Paterno has, so what do they do? The cling to something they can vehemently protest instead -- the media.

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The necessity of morality

Joe Paterno is one of the greatest college coaches ever, but he created a tolerance of misbehavior that ultimately doomed him, and it will haunt his legacy for the rest of time.

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NFL Record Watch: Week 9