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DEFLATEGATE FALLS FLAT

Has anyone else “heard enough” about DEFLATE GATE?  From what I understand thus far, this will not be New England Quarterback or Coach issue-as such it becomes a non-issue. 293 more words

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WATCH LIVE: Jeff Gordon press conference streamed at 3:30 p.m. ET

It’s only January 22, but today’s Jeff Gordon news is already a contender to be the top news story of the 2015 racing season.

Gordon announced this morning that 2015 will be his final full-time season in NASCAR Sprint Cup Series competition. 86 more words

Johnny Weir and Tara Lipinski Join NBC's Super Bowl Pre-Game Show

NBC Sports announced its deploying its figure skating analysts Johnny Weir and Tara Lipinski to NBC’s Super Bowl XLIX pre-game show to offer their “unique take on the big game and the events surrounding it.” 150 more words

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The Grant Napear Show - January 15, 2015 - Seg 7

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Aaron Bruski, writer for NBC Sports’ ProBasketballTalk, joined the Grant Napear Show during the seventh segment to discuss the happenings around the NBA. 72 more words

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National Title game and more

Tonight in Arlington, TX, it’s the first ever official college football National title game.   Oregon and Ohio State matchup, in ironically a rematch of the first NCAA basketball title game, from 1939.   209 more words

NBCU Will Tap Super Bowl To Hype Everything From 'Today' To 'Tonight'

The Super Bowl doesn’t just mean football to NBCUniversal.

The Comcast-owned media conglomerate will use its coming February 1st broadcast of the big game from Phoenix, Arizon, to boost most of its holdings, ranging from its “Today” and “Tonight” franchises to its Universal movie studio and suite of cable networks, John Miller, chief marketing officer of NBC Sports Group, said in an interview. 780 more words

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