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NHL Teams Facing an Identity Crisis

Sports PhotoThree big NHL teams are looking to shake up the culture of their teams this offseason. Will it prove to be a successful paradigm shift or will it become a failed chemistry experiment? SC’s Mike Chen takes a look. Complete Story

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Roland Garros vs. Wimbledon Fans (Pt. 2)

Sports PhotoIn the second portion of this two-part comparison between how the French tennis fans view Roland Garros versus how the British view Wimbledon, SC’s Mert Ertunga focuses on Wimbledon’s fans. Complete Story

Nibali, Young Riders Steal the Show at Tour de France

Sports PhotoSC’s Brad Oremland recaps the 101st edition of cycling’s most famous race, including the success of Vincenzo Nibali and the exits of pre-race favorites, plus recaps of all four jersey competitions and race summaries for all 22 teams. Complete Story

Foul Territory: Halls of Fame, Courts of Law

Sports PhotoIn this week’s edition of Foul Territory, Evander Holyfield gets earmarked for the Hall of Fame, Rory McIlroy wins the British Open, and Donald Sterling furthers his desire to hold court in court. Complete Story

The Era of Having a Chance

Sports PhotoFor SC’s Ross Lancaster, there are four teams he sees as the class of the majors. But that doesn’t mean one of the four is winning the World Series. All but a handful of teams are still in the hunt in late July. Welcome to the era of having a chance. Complete Story

How to Do an NFL Team in London

Sports PhotoThe National Football League is committed to putting a franchise in London, England. However, travel arrangements represent one of many headaches to be solved before such a plan could work for teams. SC’s Brad Oremland explains how. Complete Story

Grading the NBA Decision-Makers

Sports PhotoLeBron James’ handled his second free agency with less hype than his first, but the sports media certainly didn’t. SC’s Corrie Trouw hands out grades for how some of the story’s key media players fared on LeBron’s second decision. Complete Story

Foul Territory: “The Revision,” Cleveland “Brown”

Sports PhotoIn this week’s edition of Foul Territory, the Germans seize the World Cup, the Cleveland Browns introduce a new mascot, and Dwyane Wade signs a new “revised” contract with the Miami Heat. Complete Story

The All-Star Game: Groovin’

Sports PhotoSC’s Jeff Kallman thinks Adam Wainwright — admitting then denying he grooved one to Derek Jeter for a leadoff double that opened the AL’s scoring — may learn it only sounds right when Yogi Berra says he never said half the things he said. Complete Story

2014 College Football Predictions

Sports PhotoSEC Media Days signal that the 2014 football season is nearing. SC’s Jean Neuberger has early prognostications in mind for the next few weeks to come. Complete Story

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