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The Giant Foam Finger: Who's Afraid Of A Superteam?

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Pop Culture Happy Hour: 'O.J.: Made In America' And A Quiz

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Small Batch: The Super Bowl, From Peyton vs. Cam To Twitter vs. Coldplay

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Small Batch: How To Eat The Super Bowl

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If you rooted for Washington's NFL team because of Robert Griffin III, you'll almost certainly root for a new team this fall. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images hide caption

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The Giant Foam Finger: How Do You Choose Your Favorite Team?

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Russell Martin of the Toronto Blue Jays chose the Nicki Minaj song "Truffle Butter" for his walk-up music. Jason Miller and Ethan Miller/Getty Images hide caption

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The Giant Foam Finger: What's Your Walk-Up Music?

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The Giant Foam Finger: If Serena Williams Loses, Is It Still The U.S. Open?

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The Giant Foam Finger: Is Winning Everything?

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The Giant Foam Finger: What We Talk About When We Talk About Brett Favre

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Pop Culture Happy Hour On Sports: Introducing 'The Giant Foam Finger'

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Small Batch: The March Madness Of Friends On Opposite Sides

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The Super Bowl, Shark Attacks And Monday Morning Quarterbacks

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