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Flying high

The Ravens survive a 34-minute power outage and an inspiring comeback from the 49ers to win Super Bowl XLVII, sending Baltimore linebacker Ray Lewis out a champion.

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Georgia Tech storms back to beat Virginia

Georgia Tech holds Virginia to three points in the final eight minutes of Sunday’s ACC game, which the Yellow Jackets come back to win after trailing by nine points at halftime.

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Mickelson goes wire-to-wire for 41st career victory

Phil Mickelson makes history at TPC Scottsdale, winning the Phoenix Open with a 28-under 356, two strokes off the PGA Tour record set by Tommy Armour III in 2003.

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No. 13 Lady Bulldogs knock off No. 8 Kentucky

The 13th-ranked Georgia women’s basketball team overcomes a 10-point halftime deficit against No. 8 Kentucky to win the SEC showdown.

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SUPER BOWL XLVII: NFL's choice of head ref comes under scrutiny

Jerome Boger will be the head referee in today's Super Bowl amid accusations that the NFL doctored his ratings.

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Parcells, Sapp, Carter among 7 Hall of Fame inductees

Coaching legend Bill Parcels, fearless defensive lineman Warren Sapp and clutch receiver Cris Carter top the NFL's 2013 Hall of Fame inductees Saturday.

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Vikes’ Peterson, Texans’ Watt, ’Skins' RG3 take home NFL’s coveted awards

In an unexpected landslide vote, Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson runs away with the NFL’s coveted Offensive MVP Award on Saturday night to highlight an evening of end-of-the-year honors.

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Bulls beat Hawks with 3 starters held out

Eastern Conference powers Chicago and Atlanta squared off Saturday night -- but only one team showed up as the Bulls embarrass the Hawks at home, 93-76.

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SUPER BOWL COLUMN: Painful losses endure for Kaepernicks

AP sports columnist Tim Dahlberg writes about 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick and his family's lifetime of heartbreak.

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Welcome to the HarBowl

A game of firsts, lasts and bests: It's time for a Super Bowl unlike any other in the history of the NFL.

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