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History Joins The 49ers In Opposing Ray Lewis

It's rare in sport for someone to declare that this will be the finale and then go out a winner, says commentator Frank Deford. But, on Sunday, Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis hopes to do just that.
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How To Handle The Waiting Game In Sports

What do you do during a sports interregnum, like the current one in football? Host Rachel Martin talks with NPR's Mike Pesca to find out more.
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Nats Pick Taft As Fifth Racing President

The Washington Nationals picked the 27th Commander-in Chief William Howard Taft as their fifth Racing President.

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"Game Over": When Our Sports Get Political

Sports writer Dave Zirin joins us to explore how games became arenas for epic clashes over everything from the role of religion in the public square to the push for democracy in the Arab Spring.

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Dodgers Channel Close To Being A Reality

The Los Angeles Dodgers and Time-Warner Cable are expected to announce a deal that would give the team its own channel. The cable giant would handle distribution and operations. The Dodgers channel would pay the team roughly $7 billion over at least 20 years.
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At $17.5 Million A Year, LeBron James Is Underpaid

Why $17.5 million a year isn't nearly enough — and why LeBron actually benefits from being underpaid.
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Te'o Drama Is Telling In More Ways Than One

In her 'Can I Just Tell You' essay, host Michel Martin says the Manti Te'o fake-girlfriend-drama is just another piece of evidence that adults have failed when it comes to teaching kids about sexuality.

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