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Alabama Men's Basketball Team Almost Had An Amazing Comeback

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Youth Soccer Referee Says Parents Are A Problem At Games

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Is Sports A Safe Conversation Topic At Thanksgiving Anymore?

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Former U.S. Olympic Gymnastics Doctor Pleads Guilty To Sexual Abuse

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What Kind Of Future Should America's Favorite Spectator Sport Expect?

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Former Michigan State University and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar is seen in court on June 23 in Mason, Mich., as he stood trial on multiple counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct. Nassar has pleaded guilty and faces decades in prison. Jeff Kowalsky/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Evaluating The NBA's 'One-And-Done' Rule

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The Georgia Dome implodes during a scheduled demolition Monday. The stadium played host to the 1996 Olympic Games, two Super Bowls and Atlanta Falcons home games. Mike Stewart/AP hide caption

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Jana Novotná unloads a backhand during the finals of the 1997 Chase Championships, which she ultimately won. Novotna, who also would go on to win Wimbledon in 1998, died Sunday at age 49. Stan Honda/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Out Of Bounds: From A Coma To 'Dancing With The Stars'

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