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Bickering In Bangladesh; Curling; Glow-In-The-Dark Tattoos

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The Case Against Big Data In Sports

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College Football Winds Down Ahead Of Final BCS Championship

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A player for Havana's Industriales baseball team winds up to throw a ball during a training session in Havana on Sept. 27. Cuba recently lifted a ban on its athletes' signing contracts to play overseas professionally. Ramon Espinosa/AP hide caption

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Give Thanks For Delicious Football Matchups

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A metal structure atop the Corinthians Arena is seen after a collapse Wednesday in Sao Paulo. The stadium is slated to host the 2014 World Cup opener. Nelson Antoine/AP hide caption

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Y'Jazzmin Christopher, 7, takes up target practice at Archery in the Wild in Longmont, Colo. "She used to be a really shy person, but now she's opening socially," says Alicia Christopher, Y'Jazzmin's mom, about her daughter's archery. Grace Hood/KUNC hide caption

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Metro Meteor, a retired racehorse, stands with owners Ron and Wendy Krajewski and one of his paintings at Motters Station Stables in Rocky Ridge, Md., earlier this year. Jeffrey B. Roth/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Chicago Bulls guard Derrick Rose, right, is out for the season after injuring his right knee Friday against the Portland Trail Blazers. Rose missed all of last season with an injury to his left knee. Don Ryan/AP hide caption

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Pacquiao Dedicates Boxing Win To Typhoon Survivors

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After Free-Diving Death, Can The Sport Be Made Safer?

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