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Did Crosby's Concussion Impact NHL Rules?

A star in the NHL, Sidney Crosby has returned to the ice after a concussion put him out for nearly a year. Guy Raz talks with sportswriter Stefan Fatsis about whether Crosby's injury has changed the way the NHL does business.
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Some Jacksonville Jaguars Fans Object To New Owner

In Jacksonville, Fla., there's been a bit of angst this week. The football coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars was fired, and the team's longtime owner announced he's selling the franchise to an Illinois businessman. Some people believe the buyer, Shad Khan, plans to move to the team. Others have voiced concerns because Khan is a native of Pakistan — even though he has lived in the U.S. for decades.
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Going 'One On One' With Sports' Greatest Stars

Award-winning sports journalist John Feinstein explains how he's gotten some of the most talented and temperamental athletes and coaches in the world to talk to him. His book One on One details his conversations with people like Bobby Knight, Tiger Woods and John McEnroe.
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Need For Speed: Native American Joins NASCAR

AJ Russell began racing when he got his first dirt bike at age five. He's now part of the first racing team to have both a Native American owner and driver. He recently debuted in NASCAR's Camping World Truck Series. As part of Native American Heritage Month, host Michel Martin speaks with Russell about race car driving and embracing his ancestry.
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For Two Old Teammates, Risks Of Loyalty Are Real

In the 1960s, Dave Bing and Jim Boeheim were the starting guards for Syracuse University's basketball team. Since then, both men have shown a huge capacity for loyalty. But as they face tough times in Detroit and at Syracuse, they're also risking their legacies.
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VIDEO: Brawling Senior Citizens, Kapp And Mosca, At Football Reunion

Joe Kapp tried to give Angelo Mosca some flowers. Mosca told Kapp where he could put them. And then things got really wild as they traded blows on stage at a Canadian Football League reunion.
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Former Canadian Football Stars Fight Caught On Tape

Joe Kapp and Angelo Mosca are former Canadian Football League stars from the 1960s. Last week, the septuagenarians were honored at a lunch. Kapp offered a flower as a peace gesture. But Mosca rejected it and lashed out with his cane. Kapp advanced with his fists, and the ensuing fight was caught on videotape.

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