Frankie Frisco

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Team draws inspiration from nun, 98

Loyola-Chicago's biggest fan is the team chaplain who prays with the players before games and gives them scouting reports the next day.

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In contention, Tiger remains must-see TV

Tiger Woods was one shot away from a chance to win, and the PGA Tour had its largest television audience in five years.

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SECOND THOUGHTS: Coach tucks towel to save jeers after pants rip during game

Ed Cooley received some in-game relief to the heat of coaching in the Big East Tournament championship game Saturday night.

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Hulk Hogan runs wild with Phillies

Hulkamania was running wild at Philadelphia Phillies camp in Clearwater, Fla., on Friday as Hulk Hogan made an appearance at the team's Grapefruit League game against the Pittsburgh Pirates.


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Crisco not enough for Philadelphia

Philadelphia police think they've found something better than Crisco to keep Philadelphia fans from climbing light poles if the Eagles win the Super Bowl.

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Maybe they have a future in wrestling

Drew Brees' kids must have been reading social media about Sunday's NFC-AFC Pro Bowl being soft and boring, because when the cameras turned to them, they decided to make things really interesting.

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Golfer throws tantrum after caddie's move

Australian golfer Rhein Gibson has apologized for throwing a putter cover at his caddie and "firing" him for picking up his ball on the 18th hole of the final round of the Web.com's Bahamas Great Abaco Classic on Wednesday.

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Philadelphia finds new way to use Crisco

Great uses for Crisco include making pie crusts flaky and delicious, cookies and cakes soft and frosting fluffy. Sunday in Philadelphia, Crisco was used for preventing excited Eagles fans from climbing light poles after the NFC Championship Game against Minnesota.

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Barkley says personality hurt LeBron

LeBron James, sometimes referred to as King James, is once again an NBA all-star. But Charles Barkley is seeing James more of a queen these days.

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