The rules of the Super Bowl ad game
That's the game within the big ad game, the multimillion-dollar Super Bowl sponsor challenge. How do you figure out how to deliver all that would-be buzziness to the most people at the lowest possible price?
Tsarnaev death sentence brings no peace
If Dzhokhar is found guilty and executed for his alleged role in the April 15 bombing of the Boston Marathon, I’ll sleep no better.
One-sided ruling against Rodriguez makes statement for clean baseball
Alex Rodriguez's team of lawyers and public relations people portray him as the victim of a conspiracy. Regardless of the defense Rodriguez offers, the New York Yankees star isn't believable.
Baseball fans got a treat when Maddux came to town
Greg Maddux still showed signs of pitching perfection in the waning months of his 23-year baseball career. Watching him work was a treat - even for fans of the opposing team. Maddux was named to the Hall of Fame this week, on the eighth highest vote total from the basball writers in history.
Alex Rodriguez's drug suspension was cut to 162 games from 211
Alex Rodriguez's drug suspension was cut to 162 games from 211 by arbitrator Fredric Horowitz, a decision the New York Yankees third baseman vowed to fight in federal court.
Is the OU women's team recruiting?
The Oklahoma women’s visit to Texas’ Frank Erwin Arena today isn’t meant to be a recruiting jaunt, yet you never know.
As Paterno's successor, O'Brien didn't get his due at Penn State
Bill O'Brien took on a tough assignment in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky scandal at Penn State and lead a bruised program through two respectable seasons. But the legacy of late coach Joe Paterno cast a long - and ultimately unfair - shadow over his successor.
OU has presence at Big 12 conference
Depth was a predicted strength for Oklahoma this season. Finally, with Big 12 Conference play in full swing, it has all shown up.
So far, Big 12 holding its own
The Big 12 Conference hasn't dominated the 2013-14 bowl season, but its teams have definitely held their own.
College basketball's snooze season almost done
College basketball's first couple of months are boring, as big-time teams ease into their seasons against weak opponents. But as coaches are breaking in freshmen players, fans suffer.
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