Raleigh native Doc Redman is leaving Clemson after two seasons to play pro golf.
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Serena Williams considers the black bodysuit she wore at the French Open much more than a fashion statement.
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ACC baseball has come a long way.
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Panthers wide receiver Torrey Smith believes the NFL "dropped the ball" with its new policy that forbids players from sitting or taking a knee on the field during the national anthem.
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Former Maryland basketball player Cliff Tucker has been killed in a West Texas van accident that left two other passengers dead. Tucker was 29.
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At their peak, Russian hooligans felt like gods.
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No need for Yale to continue referring to its last "national championship" in lacrosse.
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Marc-Andre Fleury and Braden Holtby have been two of the hottest goaltenders during the postseason.
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Joe Ovies and Gabe Eng-Goetz, owner of Durham clothing brand RUNAWAY, talk about the inspiration for this year's DURM Night threads the Durham Bulls will wear in their May 31 matchup with the Red Wings. Durham's flag will be front and center on unis for the third annual eve ....
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HOUSTON — The Golden State Warriors were stretched, harried and at times even bullied by the Houston Rockets. Through seven games over a span of 15 days, they often looked well shy of their supposed invincibility.
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