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Bob Costas' Eulogy For Stan Musial Was Midwestern Sports Revere…

Bob Costas' Eulogy For Stan Musial Was Midwestern Sports Reverence At Its Finest

deadspin.com CNNSI.com Updated Jan 26, 2013
The gee whiz school of sports coverage has lost ground for years to the aw nuts crowd, largely because fans and media alike don't like playing the patsy to athletes' bogus lore. Lance was doping. Bobby Thomson stole signs. Manti was mourning a photograp…
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  • Rob Ryan — Wrong Direction?

    Rob Ryan — Wrong Direction?

    ramsgab.com Jan 26, 2013
    Is there anyone out there in Rams Nation who doesn’t like Jeff Fisher?  Not personally; but as the new Rams head coach?  I had a few doubts in 2012, but I’d have to put myself into the liking column.  Now here it is the 2012 post season.  We’re
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  • NFL32: Rob Ryan, Joe Flacco and Spags

    NFL32: Rob Ryan, Joe Flacco and Spags

    ESPN.com Jan 26, 2013
    Passing along: Chris Mortensen's thoughts on the Rob Ryan hiring in St. Louis, Trent Dilfer's take on how Joe Flacco should attack the San Francisco 49ers' defense, and Herm Edwards' thoughts on New Orleans' firing of former Rams coach Steve Spagnuolo.
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  • Another knee surgery for Scott Wells

    Another knee surgery for Scott Wells

    Center Scott Wells‘ first year as a member of the Rams was filled with injuries and he’s starting the offseason recovering from knee surgery. Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that Wells had an arthroscopic procedure to repair torn car
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  • Video - Pitchers Could Cash In Big On Open Market 01:30

    Pitchers Could Cash In Big On Open Market

    Jan 26
    Jim Bowden discusses the market for upcoming free-agent pitchers such as Justin Verlander and Clayton Kershaw.

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  • Super Bowl XLVII -- Flacco has arrived

    Jan 26
    The Joe Flacco debate is essentially over. He will paid like an elite quarterback, no matter what his critics think.