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Tiger Woods is chasing more history at Augusta National, just not the variety he prefers. Woods can set a Masters record by making his...

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After his murder trial, white folks were done with him, O.J. Simpson had to recognize and embrace his Blackness. 

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Live TV coverage of Simpson's 1994 arrest after a famous slow-speed chase marked a stunning fall from grace for the sports hero.

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A number of colorful stars —including USC's JuJu Watkins — will return to stoke the flames of a sport that has boomed in popularity. 

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The Jacksonville Jaguars have made it clear they wanted standout pass rusher Allen to consider finishing his NFL career where it began.

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There’s always been a racial component to sports, so there’s nothing wrong with rooting for everybody Black.

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Will Zalatoris withdrew from the Masters last year to undergo a microdiscectomy, which Tiger Woods has undergone several times.

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The South Carolina women’s basketball coach went 38-0, won a national championship and shut down a troll who asked her about trans women.

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Baseball’s Hall of Fame will unveil a bronze statue of Hank Aaron on May 23 on the first floor of its museum in Cooperstown, New York.

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