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The Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers will meet in Super Bowl XLVII at the Superdome in New Orleans on Sunday to decide which team gets to hoist the Lombardi Trophy as the champions of the National Football League.
A report late Tuesday said the New York Yankees were investigating ways to potentially void the contract of third baseman Alex Rodriguez if he were to be suspended by Major League Baseball for his alleged involvement with a Miami clinic that dispensed performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs).
The Northern Illinois Huskies' men's basketball team isn't very good. They are spectacularly bad, actually. On Saturday, Northern Illinois broke its own NCAA Division I record for least points in a first half in the shot clock era by scoring just four points before halftime in a 42-25 loss to Eastern Michigan.
The San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens will duel in Super Bowl XLVII on Sunday, Feb. 3. While neither team was considered a lock to make the Super Bowl, both squads are division winners with a Super Bowl history. That's not always the case; some franchises have shocked the football world by making it to the big game. Here's our list of the five most unlikely Super Bowl teams of all-time:
The red-blooded Americans of 4for4.com Fantasy Football are true public servants. These dedicated football junkies hope fellow U.S. citizens will rally behind them and sign a petition at WhiteHouse.gov asking the Obama Administration to declare the Monday following Super Bowl Sunday a national holiday.
The NBA's New Orleans Hornets will officially change the name of their franchise to the New Orleans Pelicans at a news conference on Thursday, according to a Yahoo! Sports source. The team will also debut an entirely new color scheme of blue, gold and red. Several logos fitting that description have been leaked online, but none has yet been deemed official.
The family of the late Junior Seau has filed a wrongful death suit against the NFL Wednesday, alleging that the trauma the 12-time Pro Bowl linebacker suffered while playing in the league caused a brain disease that led him to commit suicide in May 2012.
In the vein of conspiracy theories often suggested by late Oakland Raiders owner Al Davis, two former star wide receivers of the NFL franchise believe that their head coach intentionally changed the game plan so his team would lose Super Bowl XXXVII in 2003.
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