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The 'Final' words on the St. Louis 'Four'

When Illinois and Louisville tip off at 6:07 p.m. Saturday, the fireworks from what could be the best NCAA Final Four in years are sure to explode. The nightcap of North Carolina and Michigan State may even be better than the first match-up, if that's possible.

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First in war, first in peace, but last in the NL East?

Many Washingtonians are unfamiliar with what to expect from the return of baseball to the District in 48 days, but the team is already preparing itself to make a splash in the Potomac despite an unknown team and a terrible record from last year. The first test for the new team will be drawing fans to see a team noticeably devoid of big names and a deep bench.

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Soccer Brief: Soccer gets kicked by Loyola 5-0

American University's women soccer team lost their fourth game of the season on Wednesday against Loyola (Md.) by a score of 5-0. The game, which was played in Baltimore got off to an early start when Loyola's Courtney Arikian scored in the 7th minute.

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Sideline Scholars: How Beantown can cure the curse of the Bambino

Dear Boston, Start from scratch. Get rid of Pedro, rebuild Fenway (keep the monster), and finally trade for the Babe. Pay whatever they want, just get him back in white and red. In all seriousness, you can win the championship without the Babe, but until you are willing to totally let the notion that you are cursed go, you will never win.

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Eagles slay Navy as first victim in PL season opener

According to the roster he was the smallest player on the field, but what the roster doesn't say is that he also has one of the biggest hearts on the team. One wouldn't have known it, though, because Freddy Llerena played so much bigger than the 5 feet 7 inches he is listed as on the roster.

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"Prime Time" returns

Ryan Sherwin dismisses the naysayers in his coverage of Deion Sanders' return to the sports world in this issue's Sideline Scholars.

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