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Big Fun, Wild Stories Marked Brief USFL Run


Those of us of a certain age remember the phenomenon that was the USFL. The spring football league operated from 1983 through 1985, before a planned move to the fall and famous pyrrhic victory lawsuit against the NFL (which yielded $1, trebled to $3) snuffed its final embers. Jeff Pearlman, ...

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Phil Jackson as … Superman?

Phil Jackson Screenshot

Phil Jackson’s NBA teams won 11 NBA titles. But, Jackson has won 12, not 11 pro basketball championships. And on Saturday, September 22nd, a new motion picture will reveal details of the mostly forgotten 12th championship and explore the 35-year old link between Jackson and Jim Drucker, now the owner of ...

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Franchise Shift Brings Cheers In Lacrosse


It’s rare when a franchise shift is made with applause vs. boos, but the ever expanding National Lacrosse League seemed to pull off the unusual Thursday, announcing an AM shift of one of their most storied franchises and replacing it in the same city with the same name with a ...

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