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Europe exports music, art and culture trends to America. The U.S. exports…doughnuts. Traffic police in Scotland were called in to relieve a massive snarl during the opening of the country's first Krispy Kreme store, whose drive-thru window caused mile-long jams.
Thankfully, the Scottish police cleared the jam by eating all the doughnuts. Just kidding. They advised citizens
NBA players unanimously voted to remove executive director Billy Hunter as head of their union on Saturday. Player support for Hunter waned after an independent report last month indicated that he could have misused NBPA
Ex-NFL quarterback Vince Young borrowed more than a million dollars during the 2011 lockout, including $300,000 to throw his own birthday party, his former financial adviser said in a videotaped court deposition last month.
A former member of the NFL's competition committee thinks the league should consider increasing the width of its football fields to help improve safety. Former Indianapolis Colts' vice-chairman Bill Polian said Sunday that he believes there would be fewer severe collisions if the NFL chose to increase field width from the current 160 feet to the 195 feet used in the Canadian Football League.
After spending $1.2 billion on a stadium with fish tanks, a home run fountain and more, the Miami Marlins are having an even more difficult time selling tickets to their ballpark after they liquidated veterans in off-season trades.
An investigation commissioned by the family of late Penn State football coach Joe Paterno called the university-sanctioned study of the alleged cover up by Paterno and university administrators of child sex abuse charges against former PSU assistant Jerry Sandusky 'inaccurate' and 'unfounded' in a media release on Sunday.
Minor league hockey doesn't always pack in the fans, especially in the desert climate of Bakersfield, Calif., where the hometown Condors sometimes resort to odd promotions and in-game entertainment, like setting a giant crazed bird loose in the arena.
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