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10 Most Intriguing Names to Watch at the NFL Combine

Who are the most interesting players to watch in Indianapolis?
<p> 10 Most Intriguing Names to Watch at the NFL Combine</p>

Millions of dollars are made and lost at the NFL Combine and 2013 won’t be any different. Player interviews, mental acumen, agility, strength and speed tests all help NFL scouts, executives and coaches attempt to quantify over 300 different prospects over one weekend in Indianapolis.

NASCAR: How Stock Cars Have Changed Over the Years

There's not much "stock" about a stock car
<p> The word "stock" doesn't mean what it used to</p>
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There has been very little that is "stock" on a NASCAR Sprint Cup stock car in well over 25 years. And its maturation from "race what you drove to the track" to modern-day engineering marvel is intriguing. To illustrate this, we creating this visual history of the evolution of the stock car.


Healthy Habits for 2013

Take care of yourself America!
<p> Healthy Habits for 2013</p>
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Want to learn more about getting heathly and staying active? Visit PHIT America, a year-round educational and advocacy campaign dedicated to creating A Movement for a Fit & Healthy America.

Super Bowl 2013: Kickoff Time, TV Channel, Halftime Performer, Team History

Everything you want to know about the Super Bowl in 2013 between the 49ers and Ravens
<p> Super Bowl 2013: Kickoff Time, Channel, Halftime Performer and Team History</p>
They say knowledge is power. And we believe that. That's why we're going to make you the most powerful person at this year's Super Bowl XLVII party. Here is everything you need to know about the Big Game (and probably some stuff you don't) to wow your friends and random strangers as they destroy your living room. 

A before and after steroids look at Barry Bonds' and Roger Clemens' career stats

Do they deserve to be in baseball's Hall of Fame?
<p> Should steroids Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens out of Baseball's Hall of Fame?</p>
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Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens, the greatest hitter and pitcher of the “Steroid Era,” headlined a group of 37 players eligible for the Class of 2013 in the National Baseball Hall of Fame. But for the first time since 1996, zero players were immortalized by baseball writers in the museum at Cooperstown, N.Y.