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Forty-six percent of the country’s television sets were tuned to the Big Game. We have no idea what the other 54 percent were showing.
There is a petition gaining attention in Washington. It deals not with a politically divisive social issue or a budgetary debate. It’s to make today,
Michael Phelps is a lot more like us than we thought. Case in point: He seemed to care much, much more about his beloved Baltimore
You know what’s tough? Shoving referees. Doesn’t get any more badass than that.
Beyoncé stole the show, then she turned out the lights.
San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh handled a heartbreaking loss in Super Bowl XLVII with dignity and grace. He learned to accept the things he
This may have been the most bizarre moment in Super Bowl history. Seriously.
Congratulations to the Baltimore Ravens for withstanding a feverish San Francisco 49ers comeback and a momentum-killing 34-minute power outage to win Super Bowl XLVII. They
The thing about having a job that requires spending the entire day sifting through the internet is that you quickly learn to hate the internet.
The two-week-long lead-up to Super Bowl Sunday is usually a little rough. There always seems to be one story line that's beat to death because
You probably have Super Bowl plans by now. They’d be greatly improved by incorporating this drinking game into the mix. Get after it, you guys.
Beyoncé must be sick of hearing about how she lip-synched “The Star-Spangled Banner” at last week’s inauguration. What makes me say this? Well,
This is actually one of the more responsible ways Gronk has ever spent $100.
Quick: Are you a "Breaking Bad" fan? Do you know the name of the guy who plays Saul Goodman? I'll wait.
The good news for Alex Smith is that his team is in the Super Bowl. The bad news is that he’s been supplanted as the
What would a Super Bowl report be without Tim Tebow? That’s what ESPN would like to know.
Super Bowl media week is an endless stream of the same tired sports questions and nonsensical non-sports questions. Players and coaches give the same packaged