Is it time for Redskins to find a new name?
Support for the Washington Redskins' name is hard to defend in light of the franchise's discriminatory past.
'Miracle baby' becomes competitive gymnast, longs to be U.S. citizen
When Deanna French brought a tiny baby home from Chechnya, she had no idea the impact she would have on her life. Now, 10-year-old Madina French is a thriving young lady living in this Indianapolis suburb, with Olympic aspirations and a desperate desire to become an American citizen.
The top 5s of college football: Teams, players, games
Before we get to the coin toss, let’s look ahead at what the 2013 season – the last year for the Bowl Championship Series -- has to offer.
Treat A-Rod like a player, not a gladiator
The situation has gotten way out of hand. Alex Rodriguez is a cheat and a scoundrel who despite his prodigious baseball accomplishments will need a ticket if he expects to get into the Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, but he’s not Hitler or Stalin or Pol Pot.
Controversial decision in murder case prompts call for DA's resignation
A state legislator says a district attorney should quit over the decision to release the son of a longtime Boston Red Sox broadcaster charged in a domestic violence case. Jared Remy, son of Sox announcer Jerry Remy, is accused of murdering his girlfriend a day after being was released on an assault and battery charge.
Noah Zuhdi Defends Championship
World Boxing Union World Lightweight Champion and Oklahoma native Noah Zuhdi, now 17-1, 13 KOs, successfully defended his world title knocking out challenger Gyula Vajda, 12-4, 8 KOs, of Hujdahdhaza, Hungary.
Buffalo Bills linebacker charged with marijuana possession
Buffalo Bills linebacker Nigel Bradham was charged early Saturday in with unlawful possession of marijuana following a traffic stop in Tonawanda, N.Y., police said.
OU gymnasts head to Hartford for national competition
Gymnastics season is more than four months away for the University of Oklahoma. Despite that, several current, incoming and former Sooners will be busy this weekend competing in the P&G Gymnastics Championships at the XL Center in Hartford, Conn.
Oklahoma State wrestlers Marsden, Dieringer take on the world
Alex Dieringer and Austin Marsden are in familiar territory — sort of.
Oklahoma’s Cortez Johnson is not the typical defensive back
At first glance, Cortez Johnson doesn’t look like the typical defensive back. The Oklahoma sophomore’s dimensions point toward him being something else.
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