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Falcons' Devonta Freeman: 'I was supposed to be the MVP this year of the Super Bowl'

Atlanta Falcons running back Devonta Freeman rushed 11 times for 75 yards during Super Bowl LI earlier this year. But only two of those carries and one of the yards came after the Falcons had built a 28-3 lead over the New England Patriots in the third quarter.

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'Goood Bye CAVS!!': Cleveland guard J.R. Smith suggests he was hacked again

With so many crazy NBA rumors swirling around this summer, it’s hard to know what to believe. But we do know we shouldn't believe anything coming from a verified J.R. Smith social media account.

Unless, of course, it's telling us not to believe something coming from another one of his accounts. Then apparently it's OK.

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College World Series: Jared Poche' sets LSU wins mark, knocks Florida State out

Jared Poche' became LSU's career wins leader, Jake Slaughter hit a three-run homer, and the Tigers eliminated Florida State from the College World Series with a 7-4 win Wednesday night.

LSU (50-18) advanced to the Bracket 1 final against No. 1 national seed Oregon State, which beat the Tigers 13-1 on Monday.

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De'Aaron Fox's father can't help but respond to LaVar Ball's trash talk

De’Aaron Fox’s father said of trash talk from Lonzo Ball’s dad: "I don’t even got to respond to that.”

But he went ahead and did it anyway.

“My son already ate his ass up twice,” Aaron Fox said of LaVar Ball's son. “[LaVar] can say what he wants to say. I just tell him to go back and watch the film. That’s it. All that yap, yap, yapping, I don’t even got to respond to that. We played them twice.

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Charleston minor league team apologizes after mocking Tim Tebow during weekend series

The Charleston RiverDogs might’ve had a little too much fun with Tim Tebow’s visit to their ballpark as a player for the Columbia Fireflies over the weekend.

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Warren Sapp says he'll donate his brain for concussion research

Warren Sapp remembers the days when football players would tackle from the head and grab each others’ facemasks. He recalls the days when training camp was all about how badly one player could punish another and how much punishment one could take.

“It was, ‘Who’s tough?’” Sapp said in a video for the Players’ Tribune.

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