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To Love, Honor And Cherish ... 'Bama

The stereotype is that spouses of diehard football fans are "widowed" during the season, but writer Monique Fields says, if you can't beat 'em, suit up and join them.

Speedskaters Step Up Abuse Allegations Against Coach

Short track coach Jae Su Chun says he's innocent. But 19 active and former short track skaters are on record with their accusations. Two of them went to police as well.

Mets' Pitcher Makes 'Knuckleball!' His Own

It's an exclusive club: Pitchers who win with the knuckleball in Major League Baseball. The New York Mets' R.A. Dickey is one of the only active starting pitchers in professional baseball who uses this slower, methodical pitch, and he is one of the subjects of a new documentary, Knuckleball!

18 Innings Are A Lot, But Orioles-Mariners Game Is No Record-Breaker

The teams played a long, long, time Tuesday (and Wednesday). But in 1920, a game lasted 26 innings — and ended in a tie.

As NFL Labor Dispute Drags On, Fill-In Refs Criticized

The NFL locked out the regular officials in June because of a labor dispute. While the league and the referees union continue to disagree over a new contract, the replacements on the field are making mistakes.

The Big East Conference: What's In A Name?

Athletic conferences don't make much sense anymore. Commentator Frank Deford remarks on how the Big East conference is no longer as big or as east as it used to be.