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In a move that could give football fans unprecedented access — and nightmares of watching 300-pound men get undressed — the NFL will require all of its teams to install cameras in home locker rooms for the 2013 season.
Louisville overcame a horrifying injury to one of its players and beat Duke in the Midwest Regional final on Sunday to advance to the Final Four.
(1) Louisville 85, (2) Duke 63
Russ Smith scored 23 points and top-seeded Louisville shook off a gruesome injury to one of its players and routed second-seeded Duke, 85-63, in the 2013 NCAA tournament's Midwest Regional final in Indianapolis on Sunday
UCLA announced Saturday that it hired Steve Alford as its men's basketball head coach. Alford, 48, was the head coach at New Mexico for the past six years, with stops at Iowa and Southwest Missouri State before guiding the Lobos. Alford agreed to a 10-year contract extension at New Mexico just 10 days prior to accepting the UCLA job.
As the Milwaukee Brewers win baseball games this season, their fans can win, too. Marking the coolest thing the team has done for its fans since the Sausage Race, the Brewers are giving fans who buy the Chance 2 Advance ticket plan a seat upgrade each time the Brewers win one of the nine games included in the package.
Matthew Dellavedova scored 22 points, and Saint Mary's beat Middle Tennessee State, 67-54, in a First Four game of the 2013 NCAA tournament in Dayton, Ohio on Tuesday night. After leading by nine points at the half, St
Reserve guard Jeremy Underwood scored 19 points, and North Carolina A&T beat Liberty, 73-72, in a First Four game of the 2013 NCAA tournament in Dayton, Ohio on Tuesday night. Despite entering the game with 20 losses, Liberty had an opportunity to win, but John Caleb Sanders' layup was off the mark in the final seconds.
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