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Sharps, squares face off in Super Bowl

If there is a betting storyline the public hates to hear more than any other, this is it. The squares are on Peyton Manning and the sharps are on the underdog. The battle line has been drawn.

Those dastardly Seahawks

Down at the end of a hotel hallway, about 50 people gathered along with a dozen television cameras to record the thoughts of a running back who doesn’t much like the idea of sharing his thoughts.

Fassel’s advice: ‘This is not just a football game’

Jim Fassel, who lives in Henderson and was president and coach of the Las Vegas Locomotives of the now-defunct United Football League from 2009 to 2012, was coach of the New York Giants in 2001 when they played the Baltimore Ravens in Super Bowl XXXV in Tampa, Fla.

Faith Lutheran coach: NFL always will be part of me

Vernon Fox recently took a moment to look at jerseys and memorabilia in his closet, and the pictures hanging on the walls of his office in his home.

Right prop bets can add to excitement, even in Super Bowl blowout

If the point spread is an accurate indicator, the Super Bowl won’t be a bore. But a blowout is always possible. The game is never boring, however, for those who jump into the deep pool of proposition wagers.

7 Super Bowl ads to look forward to

Super Bowl commercials have become such a big part of the game that advertisers have started releasing ads for the ads themselves. Here’s a look at some of our favorites so far.

Son of rapper Snoop Dogg to play wide receiver for Gorman

Cordell Broadus, the son of rapper Snoop Dogg, ended weeks of speculation about his future last week when he enrolled at Bishop Gorman. Broadus is regarded as one of the top wide receivers in the class of 2015.

 
Northwestern football players forming labor union for college athletes

Calling the NCAA a “dictatorship,” a handful of Northwestern football players announced Tuesday they are forming the first labor union for college athletes — one they hope will eventually represent players nationwide.

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