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The Quick 10: 10 Things Yogi Berra Actually Said

Stacy Conradt

Lawrence Peter Berra - you likely know him better as Yogi - is 86 today.

When a Nine-Month-Old Picks a Bracket

Stacy Conradt

Taking a cue from Jason's daughter and her impressive knowledge of presidential facts, I thought perhaps I had a child prodigy of a different sort on my hands: master bracketologist.

The Quick 10: The Original Names of 10 Sports

Stacy Conradt

If history hadn't changed, we would be watching Gabrielle Reece dominate Mintonette, Tony Hawk would be a leader in the world of sidewalk surfing, and Forrest Gump would have been an amazing wiff

Foooood iiiiin Spaaaaace: The Curious Case of the Contraband Corned Beef

Matt Soniak

In 1965, Command Pilot Gus Grissom and Pilot John Young successfully piloted the Gemini 3 spacecraft on a four-hour and forty-three-minute mission into Earth’s orbit, completed a handful of tests of t

Video: Metrodome Roof Collapse

Chris Higgins

The Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome opened in 1982. Its signature feature is its Teflon-coated fiberglass fabric roof that is literally inflated by the air inside the stadium.

Woody's Winners, Week 12

NFL WEEK TWELVE Woody posted a pleasant 12-4 record in NFL games last week, and wishes to apologize to all the Tennessee fans out there for jinxing your Titans a few weeks ago by raving about their w

Woody's Winners, NFL Week 11

NFL WEEK ELEVEN We say goodbye to bye weeks in Week 11, returning to a full schedule of 16 games per week for the remainder of the 2010 NFL season.

Woody's Winner, Week 11's Thu. game

NFL WEEK ELEVEN (Thursday) As predicted, the Falcons knocked off the Ravens in the premiere 2010 episode of Thursday Night Football.

Woody's Winners, NFL Week 10

NFL WEEK TEN I posted last week's column a day late, on Saturday, and for whatever reason, the extra day seemed to make a world of difference.

Woody's Winner, Week 10's Thu. game

NFL WEEK TEN (Thursday) Would you believe that I went 12-1 last week? Me either, but my hero Leonard Post-Toasties would have been proud.

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