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Keidel: It's Time For Gang Green To Spend Some Green

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Everyone agrees the Jets need a jolt in the backfield. Chris Johnson, who comes with more watts than most backs in league history, … 594 more words

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Keidel: What Else Is New? Knicks Disappoint Yet Again Come April

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Even in sports — well, especially in sports — the volcanic fervor with which we root for our teams can only be matched by the equally electric vitriol we feel for another team. 1,166 more words

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Keidel: Boston May Be Strong, But Boston Dead Wrong On Pineda

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If you’re looking for any kind of contrition over Michael Pineda’s mysterious substance from the Yankees, Yankees fans, or New Yorkers … 751 more words

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Keidel: Boxing Doesn't Command The Bold Ink It Once Did

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Before boxing was remanded to the back alleys of the sports pages, nestled between horse racing and high school wrestling, there were a phalanx of fighters who stood in the front row of American dialogue. 848 more words

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Keidel: Boxing Doesn't Command The Bold Ink It Once Did

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Before boxing was remanded to the back alleys of the sports pages, nestled between horse racing and high school wrestling, there were a phalanx of fighters who stood in the front row of American dialogue. 854 more words

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Keidel: Boxing Doesn't Command The Bold Ink It Once Did

By Jason Keidel

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Before boxing was remanded to the back alleys of the sports pages, nestled between horse racing and high school wrestling, there were a phalanx of fighters who stood in the front row of American dialogue. 870 more words

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Keidel: Boxing Doesn't Command The Bold Ink It Once Did

By Jason Keidel

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Before boxing was remanded to the back alleys of the sports pages, nestled between horse racing and high school wrestling, there were a phalanx of fighters who stood in the front row of American dialogue. 845 more words

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