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Group asks major leaguers to spit out the chewing tobacco

Oct 19, 2011
Health officials and four U.S. senators have launched a campaign to keep smokeless tobacco out of baseball.
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Worst football weather cities can blame Lake Erie

Oct 19, 2011
The Weather Channel's out with its list of the National Football League's worst weather cities. The cable network used a bunch of science and st...
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NBA players and owners to meet again

Oct 18, 2011
If the latest effort to reach a revenue-sharing agreement fails, NBA games could be canceled through the end of the year.
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NBA delay will cause big economic ripples

Oct 11, 2011
The NBA canceled the season's first 100 games due to a labor dispute. Even the loss of a single game has big ramifications for local economies.
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News of NBA lockout hits China

Oct 11, 2011
The first two weeks of the NBA season have been cancelled as negotiations between players and owners hit a standstill -- which has effects far outside of the U.S.
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NBA lockout: What's at stake?

Oct 5, 2011
The Sports Business Journal's Liz Mullen discusses what might happen with the NBA's labor dispute and how it compares to the 2004-05 NHL lockout.
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Should military teams join college football conferences?

Sep 30, 2011
Army and Navy are set to square off this weekend on the football field. They're both up for spots in the Big East conference, but will joining be beneficial?
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NBA labor dispute leads to canceled preseason games

Sep 23, 2011
It's not clear when the NBA lockout will end, or if all 30 teams in the cash-strapped league will survive.
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NBA could miss pivotal moment with a lockout

Sep 13, 2011
It's getting close to the deadline for deciding whether this year's NBA season will be officially locked out. A missed season could break the current momentum for the sport's reputation in the world.
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The economic shockwaves caused by an NCAA 'death penalty'

Sep 2, 2011
Thaddeus Matula, director of the ESPN documentary "Pony Excess," discusses the economic damage a school can experience when a sports program is shut down -- in light of the NCAA investigating the Miami Hurricanes over players getting illegal benefits.
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