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The Alto Yellowjackets take the field on Nov. 13, a month after Matthews died. Lauren Silverman/NPR hide caption

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Deaths Persist In Youth And Student Football Despite Safety Efforts

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The Sounds Of James Bond, From The Editors Who Created Them

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What Happens When Your 'Jeopardy!' Response Goes Viral

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Alison Brie stars in the romantic comedy Sleeping with Other People, out in September. Victoria Will/Invision/AP hide caption

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Alison Brie's Breakout Role On 'Mad Men' Looked Like A Bit Part

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A Chinese court says that Qiaodan Sports' logo of a basketball player's silhouette does not infringe on Air Jordan's famous "jumpman." Greg Baker/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The Trademark Woes Of Michael Jordan (And Many Others) In China

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George Brett wipes a new bat down with a pine tar rag before a game with the Cleveland Indians on July 25, 1983. The day before, Brett had been called out for using a bat with pine tar too far down the bat; the league president decided that Brett's bat was OK. Doug Atkins/AP hide caption

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A Rage For The Ages: The Unforgettable 'Pine Tar Game'

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Ryan Phelan rehearses on the set of SportsCenter at ESPN's headquarters in Bristol, Conn., in 2007. Years ago, the network had been thought impervious to the seismic shifts shaking the cable landscape. Now, that appears to be changing. Bob Child/AP hide caption

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Once Immune To Cord-Cutting, 'King Of Live Sports' Finds Throne Shaken

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Ben Mezrich at the premiere of 21, the film adaptation of Bringing Down the House. Ethan Miller/Getty Images hide caption

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A Bar, Blackjack And Best-Sellers: One Author's Big Break

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The e-book's original cover image was used without permission, according to a lawsuit filed against Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Apple. Amazon via The Daily Beast hide caption

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An Ohio Couple Would Like To Forget 'A Gronking To Remember'

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NFL Holds First-Ever Scouting Combine For Veteran Players

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Indiana coach Bobby Knight and his players Scott May and Quinn Buckner celebrate the championship win that capped their undefeated season in 1975-76. No team has matched the feat in the decades since. Anonymous/ASSOCIATED PRESS hide caption

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Remembering A Golden Era Of Undefeated College Basketball Teams

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