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For his first 19 years in prison, Stephen Anderson had been anything but a model prisoner.
Matt Prater is now the NFL's ultimate leg man.
As a member of the Football Writers Association of America, I cast a vote each December for the Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year Award.
Pittsburgh Penguins superstar Sidney Crosby recently became the sixth-fastest NHL player - and fastest active player - to reach 700 points. That would seem to make this an opportune time to catch up with the man considered to be the face of the league. Crosby, 26, recently sat down to discuss a wide range of topics.
Jay Jacobs, the director of athletics at Auburn University, is already lobbying for his school's football team to earn a berth in the BCS National Championship Game if it beats Missouri on Saturday in Atlanta.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Two state lawmakers have filed legislation that would allow meth-making parents to be charged with child abuse or neglect even if the child has suffered no apparent harm from exposure to the illegal drug.
Ryan Anderson missed New Orleans' first nine games this season because of a toe injury. He returned Nov. 16 and instantly found his home on the perimeter - he made six three-point shots against Philadelphia, scoring 26 points in 27 minutes to lead his team to a rollicking rout.
There's no need to check the brakes on the Black Cadillacs. They don't need them. The act never seems to slow down, and it's paying off. The band's fan base continues to increase as the act travels the country. They've won fans from New York City to Texas, New Orleans to Nashville, and plan to travel to Europe in 2014. Venues that once were sparsely filled for the group now sell out.
The Southeastern Conference could have a new leading rusher by this time next week.