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The 1988 Carter High School football team won that year's Texas state championship. Filmmaker Adam Hootnick says, "For a lot of people, that's the top." Courtesy of ESPN Films hide caption

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'What Carter Lost' Tells The True Story Of 'Friday Night Lights' Football Rivals

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Former New York Yankee Derek Jeter Becomes Minority Owner Of Miami Marlins

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Athlete Activism, After Charlottesville

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Rugby Player Phaidra Knight Retires After 18 Years

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Not My Job: Football Hall Of Famer Jerry Rice Gets Quizzed On Hannah Montana

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Weekly Sports Chat: Dallas Cowboy Suspended, Track And Field Goodbyes

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Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs, is also home to one of the few scoreboards still operated by hand. Daniel Gaken/Flickr hide caption

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Inside Wrigley Field, The Scorekeepers Stay True To Baseball's Beginnings

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Uniforms of the New York Yankees will be among those getting a personality infusion during Major League Baseball's Players Weekend later this month. Ron Schwane/AP hide caption

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Colin Kaepernick kneels for the national anthem before a game last October in Santa Clara, Calif. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images hide caption

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He Took A Knee On The Field In Protest; And He Still Has No Team

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Cat Becomes Cardinals' Good Luck Charm

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As NFL Preseason Gets Underway, Quarterback Colin Kaepernick Remains Unsigned

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Chris Solomon (right), with No Laying Up co-founder Todd Schuster at Royal Lytham & St. Annes Golf Club in England. Somerside Photography hide caption

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Long Shot: Moonlighting Golf Blogger Quits His Day Job

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