Emotional baggage brought home from Moscow still weighs on Chelsea

 

The match started on Wednesday and ended on Thursday: an all-English end-game, transposed to Moscow, the home town of Roman Abramovich, whose splurge on a west London football club jerked Manchester United back into full competitive life.
Two men wept that night: Cristiano Ronaldo, overcome by relief and joy, and John Terry, out of a hopeless surrender to the boy inside, a child seldom seen. Ronaldo was to become the world's most expensive footballer, joining Real Madrid for £80m, and Terry, the hard-man thespian, had found the real red heart of melodrama. "Every morning I wake up and it's the
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USC TE Cameron compares to Saints? Graham

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With all 32 NFL teams in attendance, 21 players worked out Wednesday at USC’s pro day.
Cowboys coach Jason Garrett, Chargers coach Norv Turner and Packers general manager Ted Thompson were among the 75 NFL representatives on hand.
While OT Tyron Smith was the highlight of the day, there were several other prospects who worked out at the NFL Scouting Combine trying to improve their draft stock.
One player who moved up is TE Jordan Cameron, who stood on his combine numbers but had a lights out positional workout. At one point Jordan was a basketball player at BYU, but
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2011 NFL Mock Draft: Colts Get a Big Ten Tackle?

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The Colts were ravaged by injuries last season and now have to address some major needs if they wish to stay in the AFC hunt.
With New York and Baltimore knocking on the door of the Colts, Patriots, and Steelers, they have to be extra cautious with their picks nowadays.
The Colts still need help stopping the run (once again) and they need a more consistent form on the offensive line after missing a few players in recent years.
Owner Jim Irsay is heavily linked to Big Ten players through the draft and Wisconsin tackle Gabe Carimi is one of
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OU women?s basketball notebook: Whitney Hand injured late

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Hand injured late
Whitney Hand, who was sidelined 15 months following two surgeries on her right knee, limped noticeably in the final minute of Oklahoma’s 88-83 win over Miami following a hard fall on Tuesday. TV cameras showed Hand begging coach Sherri Coale to go back in.
“I just turned an ankle,” Hand said. “I’m good.”
Hand scored a career-high 27 points, but Coale wasn’t sure her sophomore guard was going to play.
“She couldn’t walk at shootaround today,” Coale said. “She could go through it. She’s a tough kid. It’s not like the knee hurts a little and she
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Duxbury girls wins D2 hockey title

 

When it came down to the final minutes, Duxbury delivered. 
 
The Green Dragons handed Division 2 powerhouse Fontbonne a 2-1 upset in the state final to collect its first-ever Division 2 state championship. The victory snaps the two-game advantage Fontbonne has had over the Green Dragons the past two years, knocking them out of the state semifinals, 4-3, 3-0.
 
With 45.5 seconds left to play, Duxbury sophomore Hannah Murphy scored to make it 2-1 with junior defenseman Martha Findley and sophomore forward Briana Connolly on the assist to lift the Green Dragons. The Green Dragons (21-3) outshot Fontbonne 32-16 and
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Flint Beecher's boys basketball team downs Hanover-Horton to claim fourth straight regional champion

 

SPRINGPORT -Flint Beecher's boys basketball team was supposed to be on the easier side of draw for the Class C state basketball tournament.
Three of the state's top-five programs - top-ranked and defending state champion Melvindale Academy, Detroit Consortium, ranked No. 4, and Saginaw Buena Vista, ranked No. 6 - were all in the opposite side of the draw, leaving the door to the state semifinals March 24 at the Breslin Center in East Lansing wide open for the Buccaneers.
During its two regional tournament contests at Springport High, the Bucs, ranked No. 3, got all they wanted and more
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Union Rejects N.F.L.?s Offer to Share More Financial Data

 

N.F.L. players union officials on Tuesday rejected an offer from the owners to turn over audited profitability data from all 32 teams for the past several years. The offer, made Monday night, was the first time the owners indicated a willingness to share financial information with the players beyond what is required by the collective bargaining agreement.
Union leaders told the owners’ negotiating committee that they wanted each club’s audited full financial statements, according to two people who was briefed on the talks.
The standoff could significantly hamper negotiations because union officials have indicated they will not make any more
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A Guide to the NFL Lockout, part 3: The UFL, ?The Replacements,? and Advertising For Strip Clubs

 

Parts 1 and 2 of this series cover the areas of disagreement in the NFL’s impending lockout. But the lockout isn’t all about revenue streams and paychecks. It’s also about Canadian Football, advertisements for hard liquor, and millionaires with a lot of free time on their hands. This final section looks at some of the side effects of a lockout.
The  UFL could make some money, if they don’t go bankrupt first
Football fans may have heard of the United Football League for the past couple years. The UFL was founded two years ago, probably with a potential NFL lockout
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