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Major League Baseball is "actively going after" players who were named in a newspaper report on Miami-based clinic Biogenesis, including Alex Rodriguez and Ryan Braun. The warning came a day after Detroit Tigers minor league pitcher Cesar Carrillo was suspended 100 games for violating the minors' drug prevention and tre
Fourth-ranked Louisville won the Big East tournament title with a second-half comeback on No. 19 Syracuse, 78-61, while No. 7 Kansas defeated in-state rival No. 11 Kansas State, 70-54. Both teams were among 13 schools to claim automatic bids to the 2013 NCAA tournament
Miami, Saint Louis, Mississippi and Ohio State each won their respective conference tournaments on Sunday. The four teams received automatic bids into next week's NCAA tournament as a result of the victories
Big East champ Louisville was named the top-overall seed in the 2013 NCAA tournament's 68-team field announced on Sunday evening. Kansas, Indiana and Gonzaga joined the Cardinals as No. 1 regional seeds
Free agent linebacker Justin Durant played for the Detroit Lions for the past two seasons. Durant hopes the team will re-sign him, but he's not taking any chances just in case. On Thursday, Durant jokingly filled out an employment applicat
Random drug testing is a fact of life for NFL players, but you'd think that certain places would be off-limits to the league's pee police. Nope! Washington Redskins' back-up quarterback Kirk Cousins tweeted that he was drug tested while a
Running back Steven Jackson and defensive end Cliff Avril were among the NFL free agents who agreed to terms with new teams in the second 24 hours of the NFL's 2013 free agency period. Former Detroit Lions' DE Avril agreed to a two-year, $15 million deal with the Seattle Seahawks late Wednesday, while Jackson left the St
Adidas and Google revealed a new talking sneaker prototype at the South by Southwest conference in Austin, Texas last weekend. The motion-sensing kicks feature a speaker on the tongue that can make commands, give encouragement and post online status updates based on what the wearer is — or isn't — doing while wearing the shoes.
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