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Posted on: August 7, 2009 12:46 pm
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Ten perfect 10s and the Yanks exact revenge

Ten for 10

Troy Smith, Marshawn Lynch, Dennis Dixon. What do all of them share? They were just a few stars who donned the No. 10 in the past 10 years, Dennis Dodd says as he continues to look at the Golden Decade. Story

Darst: '01 'Canes | Dodd: BCS review | Golden Decade | B/R: Best teams

Major breakthrough

The Yanks exorcise a year's worth of frustration. After dropping the first eight to Boston, N.Y. exacts revenge in a 13-6 win. John Smoltz's latest rough game has Danny Knobler wondering if the righty's career is over.

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Camp tour: Colts

Jim Caldwell follows in the considerable wake of his friend Tony Dungy
in Indy. A tough act to follow, right? But Pete Prisco says only the decibel level will change for the big-winning Colts. Story | Video: Prisco

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Posted on: April 2, 2009 11:14 am
 

A.I., the Colts and the Reds saying goodbye

Out of answers

Allen Iverson, who plays less than 18 minutes in the Pistons' 111-98 loss to the Nets, says he will retire before coming off the bench for another team. A.I.'s outburst is both sad and quite predictable, Ken Berger says.

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Draft needs: Colts

They always have the biggest piece in place -- Peyton Manning. But the Colts also have Bill Polian, the best general manager in the business, to fill the holes around their franchise quarterback, Pete Prisco says. Story

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Goodbye, Sunshine

The Reds are leaving Sarasota, Fla., behind for a new spring training home in Goodyear, Ariz. The move out west leaves more than a few longtime Reds fans a bit cold and a bit bitter, Danny Knobler says. Story

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