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An American Soccer Coach In Egypt's National Court

American Bob Bradley is the new coach of Egypt's national soccer team, hired to bring back a team that was once the toast of the African continent. But he and his players are struggling in the aftermath of the revolution and more recently, the fatal soccer riot at Port Said that caused the country's soccer federation to shut all games down.
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Five Things You Absolutely, Positively Have To Know About March Madness

Filling out a bracket for the NCAA men's basketball tournament doesn't have to be grueling. With the lessons in this simple guide, you might even be able to fill out a bracket better than a pair of lazy cats.
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Robert Griffith III Is Redskins-Bound, As NFL Approves Trade

Heisman-winner and former Baylor quarterback Robert Griffith III is expected to head to Washington D.C. in the draft this year, after the NFL approves a trade during which the Redskins shipped away three future draft picks.

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Navigating March Madness Brackets

Host Audie Cornish talks with Tom Goldman about this year's NCAA basketball tournament brackets.
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Op-Ed: File Criminal Charges For Hard Hits

The NFL found some two dozen players for the New Orleans Saints took part in a pay-for-hits program that paid bounties for knocking specific players out of games. Those involved likely face fines or suspensions. But lawyer Eldon Ham argues that doesn't go far enough, and proposes criminal charges.
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NCAA's Big Dance Available On Small Screens

During March Madness, there's no shortage of options to watch basketball games. Fans can watch on their TVs at home or stream it on a computer at work. But the hot ticket this year is streaming it on a smartphone.

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