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The College Football Game That Put A Dent In Desegregation

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Saturday Sports: The NFL Playoffs Close In; The Maple Leafs Shake Things Up

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Why This Year Promises To Be A Big One For Cross Country Skiers

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Based on actual events, the graphic novel Grand Theft Horse tells the story of a trainer who rescues a horse from its villainous owner. Journalist Taylor Haney set out to learn how much of the story is true. Above, a scene from the novel. Courtesy of Greg Neri and Corban Wilkin hide caption

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He Was A Horse That Never Won A Race. So Why Would Someone Steal Him?

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Canadians, Increasingly Diverse, Wonder If Hockey Can Shift To Match

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Stephen F. Austin forward Nathan Bain (23) and guard David Kachelries (4) celebrate Bain's game-winning shot against Duke in overtime Tuesday in Durham, N.C. Gerry Broome/AP hide caption

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No. 1 Duke Suffers Stunning Loss To Lumberjacks

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Rookie Dwayne Haskins Celebrates First Victory As A Pro With A Selfie With A Fan

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Demonstrators stage a protest on the field at the Yale Bowl disrupting the start of the second half of an NCAA college football game between Harvard and Yale, Saturday in in New Haven, Conn. Jimmy Golen/AP hide caption

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Wat Misaka, far left, appears in a scramble for the ball during the National Invitation Tournament in New York's Madison Square Garden, March 24, 1947. Matty Zimmerman/Associated Press hide caption

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