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NFL: Exciting Carolina Panthers vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers

In the NFL Week 8 match Carolina Panthers will face Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Thurday on October 24, 2013 at 8:25 PM ET at Raymond James Stadium, 4201 N Dale Mabry Hwy, Tampa, FL 33607. Both teams started the season 0-2 and have dealt with major injury issues and quarterback inconsistency, the difference is that the Panthers have rebounded behind …

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ESPN: Rick Reilly is done writing for ESPN

It’s a day of legends scaling back at ESPN. On the same afternoon Brent Musburger was demoted from his role as lead college football analyst, Rick Reilly announced he’ll be giving up his ESPN.com column to exclusively focus on television. He’ll write his final column on June 30. Reilly came to national prominence during his 22 years at Sports Illustrated, …

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24-minute Manhattan circling driver pleads not guilty

Remember the Canadian driver facing criminal charges over a 24-minute lap around Manhattan? Well, court documents released on Tuesday show that the driver told police he was only a ‘car fanatic’ who wanted to break unofficial records for circling the island, but the viral video of the stunt was sped up, making it appear as if he was driving faster …

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Toronto Blue Jays Baseball Academy Super Camps

The Blue Jays Baseball Academy is bringing back its Super Camps for another season, and this time it will feature stops in all 10 Canadian provinces. The baseball camps for players aged 9-16 will run from May until August with a total of 26 stops along the way. The on-field instruction will cover all aspects of the game, including hitting, …

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FIFA World Cup Rankings Standings Ahead of Summer World Cup

The FIFA World Rankings have received another update after the recent round of international fixtures, giving nations a clear indication of where they will sit heading into the 2014 World Cup. While Spain and Germany maintain their grip on the top two, plenty of movement behind the juggernauts has seen countries such as Belgium, England and Russia gain places. Roy …

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World Cup free Bets offer chance to clean Up

If anyone tells you that you can make money this World Cup by beating the bookies, you will probably not believe them. A lot of people are apprehensive about placing bets on sports, as they feel that they will only end up losing their money. However, with many gaming sites offering free bets, sports betting is probably much less risky …

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Toronto Blue Jays Ryan Goins trying to prove solid defence

Ryan Goins showed himself as a sure-handed fielder and a high-handed hitter. The defense was plenty good enough for the big time. The hitting? Well, something had to be done. Goins came to that conclusion last September, when big-league pitching smartened him up. “When I first came up, I had my hands real high,” Goins recalls. “I just felt like …

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Toronto Blue Jays: Org Filler (In) – Buffalo Bisons

With just under three weeks to go until the full season minor league schedules commences, it is a perfect time to resuscitate the wildly popular Org Filler (In) series. The four ‘pre-season’ pieces will give an opportunity to run through each of the full season teams, taking a look at the players to watch on each rung of the ladder …

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Dwayne Johnson impressed with Seahawks

The Seattle Seahawks today received the respect of the legendary WWE star turned actor Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. “Just heard Jared Allen’s a SEAHAWK. Very happy for that beast… #DefenseWinsChampionships,” Dwayne tweeted. Looks like praise from The Rock you can be happy with your free agency work. The praise came in when the reigning Super Bowl champions had added Jared …

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