Thirty years after a seminal sports movie was set in the Bull City, the Durham Bulls are marking the anniversary with throwback uniforms auctioned to benefit the Autism Society of North Carolina.
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Through 12 years, as she developed into a Panther Creek cheerleader and dancer, Lauryn Mulder fought her kidney disease and endured dialysis three times a week.
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Before graduating high school, Green Hope High School senior Jordyn Adams was drafted in the first round of the Major League Baseball draft.
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Vladimir Putin craves sporting glory, and he got another taste of it in the opening match of the World Cup.
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The U.S. Open lived up to its reputation in the return to Shinnecock Hills.
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Wake Forest head coach Dave Clawson announced that projected starting QB Kendall Hinton and reserve tight end Thomas Cole will be suspended the first three games of the 2018 season for a violation of team rules.
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MOSCOW -- Alone among the thousands, Alexander Golovin stood still. On the field, his Russian teammates were careering toward him. On the sideline, his coaches were bouncing and ricocheting around.
This week, Brownlow's Twitter Mailbag conquers everything from scary opponents to watching Jaws while...in the water? Plus best players without a title, fast food debates and more.
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Joe Ovies and CBS Sports' Chip Patterson revisit EA Sports NCAA '14 and wonder if college football fans would buy a retro take on the game.
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