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    It all comes down to this.


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    “The last time the Cubs won the World Series the iPhone hadn’t even been invented yet.”


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    Was it even real to begin with?

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    “I just fended for my life.”

    It would be such a dream to compete with an Olympian, right? Well, when it comes to fencing an Olympian... shit gets so real, so fast:

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    We asked Monica Aksamit, an Olympic bronze medalist, to grace us with her fencing abilities and challenge some regular people to a duel.

    We asked Monica Aksamit, an Olympic bronze medalist, to grace us with her fencing abilities and challenge some regular people to a duel.

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    And these poor suckers actually thought they were prepared for what was coming.

    And these poor suckers actually thought they were prepared for what was coming.

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    Some were even a little cocky.

    Some were even a little cocky.

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    ...but this past weekend he stopped by the Abyssinian Baptist Church after practice to announce his new charitable initiative, "KrisStops."

    ...but this past weekend he stopped by the Abyssinian Baptist Church after practice to announce his new charitable initiative, "KrisStops."

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    Every time he blocks a shot in a game for the rest of the season, Porzingis will donate $500 to the RENS, a local not-for-profit, metropolitan area youth hoops program.

    Every time he blocks a shot in a game for the rest of the season, Porzingis will donate $500 to the RENS, a local not-for-profit, metropolitan area youth hoops program.

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    He surprised over 100 inner city kids at the gym in Harlem to kick it all off.

    He surprised over 100 inner city kids at the gym in Harlem to kick it all off.

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    And from the moment he walked in...

    And from the moment he walked in...

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    ...it was all smiles.

    ...it was all smiles.

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    All donations will go toward the "Ben Jobe Educational and Scholarship Fund," a program which provides children with free tutoring, free SAT prep, and tuition money for Catholic, private and prep-schools.

    All donations will go toward the "Ben Jobe Educational and Scholarship Fund," a program which provides children with free tutoring, free SAT prep, and tuition money for Catholic, private and prep-schools.

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    "Who wouldn't want to give kids a chance to be great?" Porzingis said of his partnership with the RENS.

    "Who wouldn't want to give kids a chance to be great?" Porzingis said of his partnership with the RENS.

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    After being swarmed by smiling faces and cheers, Porzingis kicked off the event by saying, "I love the children of New York."

    After being swarmed by smiling faces and cheers, Porzingis kicked off the event by saying, "I love the children of New York."

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    They love ya right back, KP.

    They love ya right back, KP.

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    Hail to the “King.”

    There's a hilarious and informative video making the rounds on the Internet right now. It tells the story of LeBron James in a Hamilton-style way.

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    It stars a "cast" of current NBA All-Stars singing the history of the NBA All-Star's storied career.

    It stars a "cast" of current NBA All-Stars singing the history of the NBA All-Star's storied career.

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    There's a ridiculously accurate Steph Curry singer.

    There's a ridiculously accurate Steph Curry singer.

    Curry's notable lyrics include, "how do you block him, stop him, run out the clock on this Sportsmen, four time MVP, with more time on the court as a freshmen the best of them get celebrated, then hated, then back home fully decorated."

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    Kyrie Irving makes a cameo too.

    Kyrie Irving makes a cameo too.

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    It’s pretty bad.

    The soccer player was mere inches from the goal line, with no goalkeeper or defense in sight, and somehow managed to knock the ball over the goal.

    The soccer player was mere inches from the goal line, with no goalkeeper or defense in sight, and somehow managed to knock the ball over the goal.

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    I mean...

    I mean...

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    There's really no other way to put it...

    There's really no other way to put it...

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    It’s the most wonderful time of the year!

    During a designated game each year, Calgary Hitmen fans toss teddy bears onto the ice after the home team scores their first goal of the game. This is what it looks like:

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    The annual event is hosted by the Calgary Hitmen (a major junior ice hockey team) who partner with The Brick (one of Canada's largest retail stores) to donate the teddy bears to 60 local charities, including Alberta Children's Hospital and The Salvation Army.

    The annual event is hosted by the Calgary Hitmen (a major junior ice hockey team) who partner with The Brick (one of Canada's largest retail stores) to donate the teddy bears to 60 local charities, including Alberta Children's Hospital and The Salvation Army.

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    Six tennis players, one former player, and 27 of their associates have been detained by Spanish authorities and accused of being a part of a match-fixing ring.

    Spanish police said that the group made more than half a million euros in profit by fixing 17 matches at the Challenger and Futures level, the second and third tiers of professional tennis.

    None of the people’s names have been released, but authorities said that the six players are ranked between No. 800 and No. 1,200 in the world, and between No. 30 and No. 300 in Spain.

    Earlier this year, a BuzzFeed News and BBC investigation revealed evidence of widespread match-fixing in professional tennis. Since that time, world tennis authorities have convened an independent investigation into the sport’s anti-corruption practices.

    Italian authorities have also been investigating match-fixing. More than two dozen high-ranking international tennis players were named in evidence seized from a confessed match-fixer’s gambling ring there.

    In Spain, law enforcement officials said that two ringleaders of the group were detained in the cities of Sevilla and A Coruña. Authorities allege the group communicated through the messaging service Telegram, using intermediaries to speak with the players to influence matches in Sevilla, Madrid, and the Portuguese city of Porto.

    Players who participated in the scheme were paid up to 1,000 euros per match and some cases involved fixing specific games during a match, authorities said. They also say that ringleaders charged 200 euros to join a newsletter that told gamblers when to bet.

    In Spain, people convicted of corruption in sports could face prison sentences of up to four years.

    The Spanish authorities said they began investigating the matter after receiving a tip from the Tennis Integrity Unit (TIU), the group entrusted with ensuring integrity in world tennis. The TIU said that it will be fully cooperating with the investigation.

    "Investigation of corruption allegations by law enforcement agencies takes precedence over tennis disciplinary action," the group said in an email to BuzzFeed News. “The TIU will continue to work co-operatively with the Guardia Civil and offer its full support and access to resources.”


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    Can you got 32 for 32? Spelling counts!


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    The Chicago Cubs celebrate after defeating the Cleveland Indians in Game 7 to win the World Series 8-7 at Progressive Field in Cleveland, Nov. 3, 2016.

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    Team Japan competes in Synchronized Swimming at the 2016 Summer Olympics, Aug. 19, 2016, in Rio de Janeiro.

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    Usain Bolt of Jamaica competes in the Men's 100 meter semifinal on Day 9 of the Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium, Aug. 14, 2016, in Rio de Janeiro.

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    LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers blocks a shot by Andre Iguodala of the Golden State Warriors in Game 7 of the 2016 NBA Finals at Oracle Arena in Okland, California, June 19, 2016.

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    Ibtihaj Muhammad celebrates after winning a point to Russia in a women's team sabre fencing semifinal at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Aug. 13, 2016.

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    Serena Williams celebrates winning the first set against Germany's Angelique Kerber during the women's singles final on the thirteenth day of the 2016 Wimbledon Championships at The All England Lawn Tennis Club in London, July 9, 2016.

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    Cam Newton of the Carolina Panthers fumbles the ball in the first quarter of Super Bowl 50 at Levi's Stadium in Santa Carla, California, Feb. 7, 2016.

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    Katie Ledecky of the United States competes in the Women's 400m Freestyle Final on Day 2 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Olympic Aquatics Stadium, Aug. 7, 2016, in Rio de Janeiro.

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    Yoshihiro Kimura of Japan competes in the Nordic Combined Men's Individual Gundersen NH/5km Ski Jumping competition at Lysgardsbakkene Ski Jumping Arena on Day 5 of the Winter Youth Olympic Games in Lillehammer, Norway, Feb. 16, 2016 in Lillehammer, Norway.

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    Aric Almirola is pulled from his burning car near the end of a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series auto race at Atlanta Motor Speedway in Hampton, Georgia, Feb. 28, 2016.

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    Koby Abberton of Australia competes during the Red Bull Cape Fear surfing event at Cape Solander, Kamay Botany Bay National Park in Sydney, June 7, 2016.

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    Riders compete during FIM Ice Speedway Gladiators World Championships at the Medeo rink in Almaty, Kazakhstan, Feb. 21, 2016.

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    Simone Biles of the United States competes on the balance beam during Women's qualification for Artistic Gymnastics on Day 2 of the Summer Olympic Games at the Rio Olympic Arena, Aug. 7, 2016, in Rio de Janeiro.

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    Damar Forbes of Jamaica of the USA competes in the Men's Long Jump during the IAAF Diamond League meeting at Alexander Stadium in Birmingham, England, June 5, 2016.

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    Tao Tian of China during the Weightlifting - Men's 85kg on Day 7 of the Summer Olympic Games at Riocentro, Aug. 12, 2016, in Rio de Janeiro.

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    Cristiano Ronaldo of Portugal in action during international friendly match between Portugal and Estonia in preparation for the Euro 2016 at Estadio da Luz in Lisbon, Portugal, June 8, 2016.

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    Annika Beck of Germany hits a forehand during the Ladies Singles third round match against Irina-Camelia Begu of Romania on Day 6 of the 2016 French Open at Roland Garros in Paris, May 27, 2016.

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    Conor McGregor of Ireland celebrates his KO victory over Eddie Alvarez of the United States in their lightweight championship bout during the UFC 205 event at Madison Square Garden in New York, Nov. 12, 2016.

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    The green sea turtle, also known as Honu, is a symbol of good luck and longevity in Hawaiian lore. This native friend provides a little mystique to the 2,300 athletes who await the start signal of a 140.6-mile journey at the 2016 Ironman World Championship triathlon in Kailua Kona, Hawaii, Oct. 8, 2016.

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    Jhoanis Portilla of Cuba, Orlando Ortega of Spain, and Deuce Carter of Jamaica compete in the Men's 110m Hurdles Preliminary Round 1 at Olympic Stadium in Rio de Janerio, Aug. 15, 2016.

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    Lawrence Erekosima of the Alabama Crimson Tide celebrates after defeating the Clemson Tigers in the 2016 College Football Playoff National Championship Game at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, Jan. 11, 2016. The Crimson Tide defeated the Tigers with a score of 45 to 40.

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    Well-wishers touch the hearse carrying the body of the late boxing champion Muhammad Ali during his funeral procession through Louisville, Kentucky, June 10, 2016.

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    Competitors take part in the 2016 Gotland Grand National enduro motorcycle race in Gotland, Sweden, Oct. 29, 2016.

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    Paralympic swimmer Daniel Dias of Brazil stretches during a training session at an indoor swimming pool in Braganca Paulista, Sao Paulo, Brazil, June 22, 2016.

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    Brett Pesce of the Carolina Hurricanes checks Nick Ritchie of the Anaheim Ducks into the boards during the third period of a game at Honda Center in Anaheim, California, Dec. 7, 2016.

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    Bernadette Szocs of Romania returns a ball against LI Xiaoxia of China during the women's team table tennis championship in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Feb. 29, 2016.

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    Michael Phelps of the United States leads Chad le Clos of South Africa in the Men's 200m Butterfly Final on Day 4 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Olympic Aquatics Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Aug. 9, 2016.

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    A participant competes in the "Farinato Race" winter extreme run competition in Gijon, Spain, Jan. 31, 2016.

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    Vera Biriukova, Anastasia Bliznyuk, Anastasiia Maksimova, Anastasiia Tatareva and Maria Tolkacheva of Russia compete during the Group All-Around Final on Day 16 of the Summer Olympic Games at Rio Olympic Arena, Aug. 21, 2016, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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    Chuck Schmidt is tossed off the horse while competing in the saddle bronc riding event during the seventh go-round of the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Dec. 7, 2016.

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    Dee Gordon, Marcell Ozuna, Martin Prado, Marcell Ozuna, and Miguel Rojas of the Miami Marlins gather around the pitching mound after the game against the New York Mets at Marlins Park in Miami, Sept. 28, 2016.

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    Peyton Manning of the Denver Broncos is surrounded by the media following victory over the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50 at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California Feb. 7, 2016.

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    The Minnesota Golden Gophers on Nov. 12.

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    The University of Minnesota's football team will take to the field once more, athletes and officials announced Saturday, after previously vowing to boycott play and practice due to the suspension of 10 players on sexual assault allegations.

    The 10 Golden Gophers players were suspended by school officials earlier in the week amid an internal campus investigation into a September incident, prompting the rest of the team to announce Thursday a boycott of all play, including the Holiday Bowl on Dec. 27 against Washington State.

    Following a Friday night meeting between players and top university officials, the team announced on Saturday that they had ended their protest.

    "It became clear that our original request of having the 10 suspensions overturned was not going to happen," senior Drew Wolitarsky told reporters Saturday in a prepared statement.

    Wolitarsky said university officials had promised the suspended players would have a fair hearing from a "diverse review panel," and vowed to show support for the "character shown by the great majority of our players."

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    At a separate press conference, University President Eric Kaler said he was "grateful" the players were ending their boycott.

    "We had a very frank and candid discussion. I listened to their concerns. I think I was able to explain our point of view around the actions that we took," he said.

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    Some of the players were reportedly accused of sexually assaulting a woman following a game, but police reviewed footage that appeared to show the female student was "alert" and did "not appear to be objecting to anything," according to the Star Tribune. Other players were accused of deleting cellphone evidence of the incident.

    Local prosecutors declined to press charges in October, but the school announced Wednesday the players were being suspended “based on facts and on our university’s values."

    However, President Kaler also said media coverage of the team's boycott had not properly conveyed the intentions behind the players' actions.

    "They were in a situation where they were supporting teammates, and I think the local and national media translated that into support of sexual violence and their intent was to support their teammates," he said.

    Wolitarsky said he and his fellow teammates were seeking to prompt "an open discussion about the lack of due process when an accusation is made against any one."

    "Sexual harassment and violence against women — they have no place on this campus, on this team, in society, and at no time should it ever be condoned," he said.

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    SO FROSTY!

    Snowy weather got you down? Follow the example of these Georgia Tech swim team members and GET OUT THERE AND SWIM IT OFF.

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    After their swim meet against Virginia Tech and the University of Kentucky was canceled thanks to snow on the Virginia Tech campus on Saturday, several members of the Georgia men's team started feeling a little stir-crazy.

    After their swim meet against Virginia Tech and the University of Kentucky was canceled thanks to snow on the Virginia Tech campus on Saturday, several members of the Georgia men's team started feeling a little stir-crazy.

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    The idea for a "snow swim" began as a joke, explained freshman Aidan Pastel, who participated in the freezing relay.

    The idea for a "snow swim" began as a joke, explained freshman Aidan Pastel, who participated in the freezing relay.

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    "We woke up and saw the snow and we were saying, 'If we don't end up swimming today, we're making snow angels in Speedos,'" he told BuzzFeed News.


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    The Clemson Tigers roared to victory Monday night in a dramatic and nail-biting title game, upsetting the Alabama Crimson Tide in the final second of the College Football Playoff National Championship.

    Clemson's 35-31 victory over Alabama came at the end of what was essentially a rematch of last year's championship game when Alabama emerged victorious 45-40. This year, however, the Clemson Tigers fought their way to victory and the school's first national title since 1981.

    "It was our night, it was our time," Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney said moments after winning.

    Monday night's game saw Alabama pull ahead early with touchdowns in the first and second quarters. The Tigers consistently trailed, but stayed in the game, returning touchdowns in the second and third quarters.

    Bo Scarbrough runs for a touchdown.

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    Toward the end of the third quarter, Alabama’s star rusher Bo Scarbrough suffered a leg injury, limping off the field and ending his night. But even without Scarbrough, the Crimson Tide kept rolling when O.J. Howard caught a long pass and sprinted into the end zone moments later, bringing his team’s score to 24.

    But in response reminiscent of Clemson's feline mascot, the team sprang back with their own touchdown — Mike Williams caught a short pass to the end zone — and brought the Tiger's score to 21, making the game anyone's call as it went into the fourth quarter.

    Quarterback Deshaun Watson celebrates during the fourth quarter Monday.

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    Both teams slugged it out through the fourth quarter. With fewer than five minutes left in the game, Clemson scored again taking the lead, 28-24, for the first time in the game.

    Alabama responded with it's own touchdown and seized the lead back. With just one second left, Clemson's Deshaun Watson threw a 2-yard touchdown pass to Hunter Renfrow for a stunning 35-31 win over Alabama.

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    The stakes had been high going into Monday's game. Most fans expected Alabama to swamp Clemson, and the reigning champions were the AP's top ranked team — an honor rival Clemson had going into last year's game. Observers speculated that a victory would have made Alabama "the best team to ever play college football," and would "burnish its dynastic résumé."

    The pressure was also on for Alabama head coach Nick Saban — looking to rack up his sixth national title (fifth at Alabama) and tie his legendary predecessor Bear Bryant — as well as for offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian, who just joined the team in the fall.

    Alabama Crimson Tide defensive back Anthony Averett reacts during the fourth quarter Monday.

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    Sarkisian was fired from his job as head coach at USC in 2015 after making headlines for incidents involving alcohol use. He was later hired as an analyst at Alabama, but Monday night's game was his first as offensive coordinator.

    Meanwhile, the Clemson Tigers — with their drought of national titles and 2016 loss — played the part of the scrappy underdogs. Their ace in the hole going into the game was quarterback Deshaun Watson, a two-time Heisman Trophy finalist who the New York Times called "the most important player on the field."

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    After the game, while clutching a massive trophy, Swinney praised the team's fans, called the players the "most incredible team I’ve ever been around," and said he hoped to win a few more times again "before they put me out to pasture."

    "We set out to put Clemson back on top we came out a little shot last year," Swinney said. "But tonight at the top of that mountain that Clemson flag is flying."


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    How does he keep doing this?!

    Wow. Just wow. The Green Bay Packers, who started the season 4-6, have now won 7 straight games. Aaron Rodgers and co. are heading to Dallas next week after embarrassing the Giants 38-13 in Sunday's NFC Wild Card Game.

    Wow. Just wow. The Green Bay Packers, who started the season 4-6, have now won 7 straight games. Aaron Rodgers and co. are heading to Dallas next week after embarrassing the Giants 38-13 in Sunday's NFC Wild Card Game.

    After a pretty forgettable first quarter in which he threw for just 19 yards, Aaron Rodgers finished the game with 362 passing yards, four touchdowns, and a 125.2 passer rating. Damn.

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    But instead of yammering about the whole game (which would take a while), I want to focus on two of those TDs in particular. Because, like, how? What? Huh? I DON'T UNDERSTAND.

    Anyway, may I now turn your attention to:

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    Here's Rodgers about 5 seconds into this play, which is like an eternity in NFL time.

    Here's Rodgers about 5 seconds into this play, which is like an eternity in NFL time.

    His receivers are all covered. Giants DT Damon Harrison has a clear path to a sack. His pocket is starting to collapse around him. Everyone in the stands is dressed like a monster because it's so cold outside. Things are not good!

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    A year after charges of widespread match-fixing shook the tennis world, the sport’s authorities have announced that warnings about suspicious activity are up 20% and that the sport’s anti-corruption group increased its budget by a third and doubled the size of its staff.

    As a result, the head of the expanded Tennis Integrity Unit (TIU) said, "more players and officials were investigated, prosecuted and sanctioned than in any previous year since the TIU was established in 2008." The announcement was part of the group’s first-ever annual report.

    The unit has faced criticism over its lack of transparency since an investigation last January, by BuzzFeed News and the BBC, revealed that tennis authorities had for years failed to act on evidence of extensive match-fixing. An outside panel is now reviewing the sport’s handling of corruption cases. Adam Lewis, an expert in sports law, is leading the panel, which is expected to publish its preliminary findings this spring.

    In Wednesday’s report, the TIU said 152 of 292 alerts it received regarding suspicious matches involved ITF Futures Tournaments, the lowest level of men’s tennis. Only eight of the suspicious alerts referred to matches on the highest levels of professional tennis.

    In front of the UK Parliament’s Culture, Media and Sport Committee in February, the TIU said that it had received alerts on 246 matches in 2015.


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    “She’s the only reason I’m standing here today.”

    Serena Williams won her 23rd Grand Slam Saturday morning at the Australian Open, beating big sister Venus.

    Serena Williams won her 23rd Grand Slam Saturday morning at the Australian Open, beating big sister Venus.

    She won 6-4 6-4 to claim her seventh Australian Open, in the process beating Steffi Graf's record of 22 Grand Slam wins, and also becoming the oldest female Grand Slam winner in the modern era at 35.

    "There's no way I would be at 23 without her," Serena said of Venus. "There's no way I'd be at one without her. She's my inspiration."

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    "She's the only reason I'm standing here today. She's the only reason the Williams sisters exist," Serena said of her sister, who at the age of 36 reached her first Grand Slam final since 2009.

    "She deserves an incredible round of applause, she's made an amazing comeback. I definitely think she'll be standing here next year. I don't like the word comeback – she never left."

    "Every time you won this week, I felt like I got a win too," Serena said.

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    Martellus Bennett is not a Trump fan.

    After a Super Bowl, the winning team is usually invited to the White House for a special celebration with the president.

    After a Super Bowl, the winning team is usually invited to the White House for a special celebration with the president.

    Here's President Obama welcoming the Denver Broncos to the Rose Garden last year.

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    So after Sunday's victory by the Patriots, it's expected the champions will be invited to a ceremony with President Donald Trump, who is a big fan of New England and quarterback Tom Brady.

    So after Sunday's victory by the Patriots, it's expected the champions will be invited to a ceremony with President Donald Trump, who is a big fan of New England and quarterback Tom Brady.

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    But one player has already said he'll skip any team trip to the White House because of his opposition to the new president.

    But one player has already said he'll skip any team trip to the White House because of his opposition to the new president.

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    Tight end Martellus Bennett told reporters after Sunday's win that he's "not going to go" to the traditional meet-and-greet. "It is what it is," he told the Dallas Morning News. "People know how I feel about it. Just follow me on Twitter."

    Tight end Martellus Bennett told reporters after Sunday's win that he's "not going to go" to the traditional meet-and-greet. "It is what it is," he told the Dallas Morning News. "People know how I feel about it. Just follow me on Twitter."

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    Boy’s gotta eat.

    Considered to be one of the greatest power forwards in the league, Dirk Nowitzki, a professional basketball player for the Dallas Mavericks, doesn't leave home without his gear and, well, a to-go plate.

    Considered to be one of the greatest power forwards in the league, Dirk Nowitzki, a professional basketball player for the Dallas Mavericks, doesn't leave home without his gear and, well, a to-go plate.

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    Always strapped.

    Always strapped.

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    Always wrapped.

    Always wrapped.

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