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Preview To March Madness

If it's March, it's time to talk about college basketball. Robert Siegel talks with Stefan Fatsis about the current season.
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With 'Mouth To Snout' CPR, 'Mushing Mortician' Saves Iditarod Dog

This week while running in the Iditarod dog sled race, Scott Janssen's 9-year-old husky Marshall collapsed. He looked to be dead. But Janssen saved the dog, who now seems to be good as new. The funeral director isn't used to doing that kind of thing.
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The Seamy Side Of Youth Basketball

March Madness is the biggest month in college basketball. But the madness can start long before students get to college. Some coaches with little or no experience recruit kids as young as eight, dangling big dreams in front of families. Host Michel Martin speaks with George Dohrmann about his book Play Their Hearts Out.
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Peyton Manning Is A Hall Of Fame Tipper Too

When he had dinner in North Carolina the other night, the NFL quarterback added $200 to a bill that already had a big gratuity tacked on. But the 50 percent tip didn't work out so great for the waiter after he put a photo of the bill online.
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Hoops Sagrado Scores High With Local Youth

In Adams Morgan, a tight-knit group of basketball players support one another -- and mentor the next generation.

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Are Fans To Blame For Violence In NFL?

Player safety and head injuries were top issues during last year's National Football League lockout. So the news of a bounty system that rewarded players for injuring opponents has people wondering who's to blame for the brutality in football, and whether fans share the responsibility. Host Michel Martin talks with ethicist Jack Marshall.
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Peyton Manning Says Goodbye To Indianapolis

After 14 seasons, Peyton Manning will no longer be the quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts. The team released Manning from his contract Wednesday. Manning was out all of last season with a neck injury.

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