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Jim Harbaugh hits a homer and dabs like no one's watching

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh cranked a homer with the softball team and then hit a dab to celebrate.

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Penn State Insurer Alleges Joe Paterno Knew Of Abuse In 1976

A court document calls into question Joe Paterno's statement that he didn't know about Jerry Sandusky's abuse.

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Olympic runner sells ad space on his shoulder for $21,800

Olympic runner Nick Symmonds sold a nine inch space on his shoulder for $21,800 after 107 bids on eBay.

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Chastain, MacMillan, Garber elected to National Soccer Hall of Fame

Brandi Chastain, Shannon MacMillan and Don Garber have been named to the National Soccer Hall of Fame Class of 2016.

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At The Kentucky Derby, Can Nyquist Be This Year's American Pharoah?

This year's favorite, Nyquist, starts in a favorable pole position, but the memory of American Pharoah's historic run still lingers.

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Florida Panthers re-sign 44-year old Jaromir Jagr to one-year deal

The Florida Panthers and 44-year old Jaromir Jagr have agreed to a one-year deal, worth a reported $4 million.

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Arizona Coyotes hire 26-year old GM John Chayka

The Arizona Coyotes announced Thursday that they have hired 26-year old John Chayka as their new GM, making him the youngest General Manager in pro sports history.

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Red Sox's David Ortiz To Re-create Boston Bombings Speech For New Film

The Boston Red Sox slugger addressed the crowd with an emotional, expletive-filled speech after the Boston Marathon bombings.

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Indiana Pacers fire head coach Frank Vogel

The Indiana Pacers will not retain head coach Frank Vogel, with team president Larry Bird saying in a press conference Thursday that the team needs "a new voice."

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Redskins sign TE Jordan Reed to five-year extension

On Thursday, the Washington Redskins announced they have agreed to a five-year, $50 million deal with TE Jordan Reed.

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