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After playing for the New England Patriots from 2000 to 2004, guard Joe Andruzzi was already loved in Boston, but now he's a certified hero. After yesterday's deadly explosions near the finish line of the Boston Marathon, Andruzzi, who was at the scene as an observer hosting an event for his cancer foundation, left no doubt that he's an even larger star off the field than he was on it
Remember all the time you took researching your NCAA tournament bracket selections last month? Next time, just give your bracket to a 10-year-old kid — as long as the kid is as savvy as Brayden Schager
Former NFL quarterback Brett Favre had blue star-envy. The Super Bowl winning QB played the bulk of his career with the Green Bay Packers before spending time with the New York Jets and Minnesota Vikings prior to retiring in 2010
Even if you're not heading to the movies on Monday or Tuesday, you'll be seeing "42" if you're a Major League Baseball fan. All players and on-field personnel will once again don the No. 42 in honor of Jackie Robinson Day
Adam Scott birdied the second playoff hole to beat Angel Cabrera and win the 2013 Masters at Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia on Sunday. In winning his first-ever major, Scott became the first Australian ever to win the Masters
Before, during and after Kyle Busch won Saturday's National Rifle Association 500 in Fort Worth, Tex., there was debate around the organization's sponsorship of the Sprint Cup event. Some critics felt that the NRA's sponsorship of the race brought the ongoing debate on gun control into the sports world
No stranger to controversy, golfer Tiger Woods found himself at the center of another mess at The Masters on Saturday when the Augusta National Golf Club's competition committee levied a two-stroke penalty on him for an improper ball drop on Friday
With its winner receiving a gaudy green jacket that wouldn't be out of place at a retirement home, the Masters is hardly a beacon of contemporary taste. Golf's most revered championship takes place this weekend in Augusta, Ga
Louisville head coach Rick Pitino had some skin in the game on Monday night. Minutes after his team won the 2013 NCAA basketball championship over Michigan, the Cardinals' head coach revealed that he had promised his well-inked team weeks ago that he would get a tattoo if they won the national title.
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