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Pay to (watch them) play: Dodgers fans in and around Los Angeles can only see their team on TV if they have Time Warner cable service. Reed Saxon/AP hide caption

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In LA, Watching Home Team's Ball Games Just Got More Complicated

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Alan Williams of the University of California, Santa Barbara, has some outstanding stats, but it probably won't be enough to make him Player of the Year. Danny Moloshok/AP hide caption

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Who's The Best In College Basketball? Let's Look At The Numbers

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FBI investigator Robert Ressler pioneered the practice of criminal profiling and is credited with coining the term "serial killer." He died on May 5. Paul Harris/Getty Images hide caption

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A single trumpet from a baby elephant at the San Francisco Zoo was used for every single T. Rex roar in Jurassic Park. Universal Pictures hide caption

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Jurassic Bark: How Sound Design Changed Our Imaginations

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Lee and Shirley Wohler in the kitchen of their farmhouse south of Waterville, Kan. Becky Sullivan/NPR hide caption

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Inspired by the movie Robin Hood, Olympic sound man Dennis Baxter places microphones along the path to the target to capture the sound of arrows in flight. Paul Gilham/Getty Images hide caption

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Making The Olympics Sound Right, From A 'Swoosh' To A 'Splash'

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Kansas fans celebrate during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game against Missouri in Lawrence, Kan., on Saturday. Kansas defeated Missouri 87-86 in overtime. Orlin Wagner/AP Photo hide caption

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College Sports' Old Rivalries Succumb To New Money

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