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Super Bowl coaches Pete Carroll and Bill Belichick sound off in their press conference about family decisions, referee protocol and Belichick being worth a first-round pick for the Patriots.
Merril Hoge, Ryan Clark and Herm Edwards say that while the philosophies of Bill Belichick and Pete Carroll might be widely different, how they interact with players says a lot about why these are the teams in the Super Bowl.
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Bonnie Ford discusses the two-year ban handed down to Kenyan runner Rita Jeptoo and describes the advantages that EPO can provide to endurance athletes.
5 Hours ago
Novak Djokovic needed five sets to beat Stan Wawrinka and advance to the Australian Open final.
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ESPN predictive analytics expert Jeff Ma discusses some of the prop bets for the Super Bowl.
3 Hours ago
Herm Edwards offers his picks for the following questions: Are the Patriots ready to stop Marshawn Lynch? And are the Seahawks ready to deal with Rob Gronkowski?
Patriots WR Julian Edelman talks about his big moment against the Ravens and getting a chance to return to the Super Bowl.
2 Hours ago
Herm Edwards explains the stress that coaches and players go through in the weeks of buildup to actually playing the Super Bowl.
Comedians from Boston and Seattle meet at the table to trade barbs and slam each other's cities before the Super Bowl.
Check out the worst plays from this past week, including Alex Ovechkin's three-whiff hockey swing during the NHL All-Star competition.
WTHR Indianapolis reporter Bob Kravitz discusses the media storm that started with his report on the NFL's investigation of the Patriots' game balls in the AFC Championship Game.
Highlight Of The Night: The Lakers stunned the Bulls and snapped a nine-game losing streak with a 123-118 win in double overtime.
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