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Gaining From A Bad Call: What Should Athletes Do?

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Ryder Cup: Where Golf Meets College Football

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La Russa managed the St. Louis Cardinals from 1996 to 2011. He won the World Series titles with them in 2006 and 2011. YES Network/Courtesy of William Morrow hide caption

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Simon Cho of the U.S. celebrates during the 500 meter men's final race at the Short Track Speed Skating World Cup in Dresden in 2011. Jens Meyer /AP hide caption

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They'll be welcomed back by fans: Regular NFL refs will be on the job again starting tonight. (2006 file photo.) Shaun Best/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Regular NFL Refs Will Be Back On The Job Thursday

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A spoof site launched by Erik Johnson pretends to offer Google's search engine — if it were run by replacements. Replacement Google hide caption

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Replacement Google

Things haven't been going well for these guys: Some of the NFL's replacement referees, during a Sept. 23 game between the New England Patriots and Baltimore Ravens. Kevin Dietsch /UPI /Landov hide caption

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David Green and Tom Goldman talk on 'Morning Edition'

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NFL, Refs Meet But There's No End To Labor Dispute

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