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A-Rod finds asocial network

Disgraced New York Yankees star Alex Rodriguez may be in the market for a job in the near future.

De La Hoya hopes to keep working with Mayweather

Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Oscar De La Hoya have been doing business together since their May 2007 fight. But as Mayweather’s career winds down to a precious few fights, that relationship could change.

Mayweather haters suffer double vision

Floyd Mayweather’s immense popularity at the box office and through pay-per-view receipts is born directly from two factions. Those who love him. Those who, well, don’t.

Chip Kelly picked right time for offensive wizardry

It was perfect timing. Chip Kelly, an innovator and magician at the college level, picked the right time and place to see if his offensive wizardry would work in the NFL.

No need for UNLV to oversell worthy foe, opportunity awaits

The Rebels entered this season with hopes of becoming the first UNLV team to reach a bowl in back-to-back years, and they wanted to contend for the Mountain West conference’s West Division.

Despite distractions, Mayweather focused on Maidana

When it comes to distractions, Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s out-of-the-ring adversaries have had about as much success getting to him as the 46 fighters who have tried to beat him inside the ring.

Superior depth fuels Aggies

Arbor View football coach Dan Barnson knew he had some banged-up players Friday, but he never doubted that depth would lead his squad to a victory.

Gorman pulls out 43-42 win

Nationally ranked Bishop Gorman survived its second straight scare in two weeks, defeating Centennial Corona 43-42 on Friday night in Corona, Calif.

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