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Which fight are you more interested in watching?
Would you rather see a replay of Brock Lesnar versus Frank Mir or watch Gina Carano versus Cristiane "Cyborg" Santos live?
Have you ever sipped beer through a straw?
Maybe we should reword this question: "Are you male, and did you attend college?" And don't lie to us. Your mom won't see how you voted.
Who won Tuesday night's fight?
Kevin Youkilis gets points for the sprint, helmet toss and attempted tackle, but Rick Porcello took advantage of his momentum and ended up on top.
What do you think about Michigan's tackling dummies?
The Wolverines hit tackling dummies adorned with Ohio State stickers in practice. Is this a smart, motivational move or a dumb tactic?
Will the Rick Pitino story affect Louisville recruiting?
Pitino reportedly told police that he had consensual sex with and paid for an abortion for the woman who has been charged with trying to extort him.
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Sticks and stones may break bones, but batting helmets never seem to hurt anyone.
In another baseball brouhaha that was more sports creationism than sweet science, Kevin Youkilis charged the mound after being hit by Rick Porcello in the second inning of Tuesday's game between the Red Sox and Tigers. And it would seem to us that if you have a helmet in one hand and a bat in the other, and you elect to take the former into combat and leave the latter at the plate, you're pretty much admitting you shouldn't be going out there at all.
But aside from making for amusing video and brightening Ozzie Guillen's day, the brawl also got us wondering which batter would you least want to see rumbling toward the mound?
At the end of the "SportsNation" TV show on Monday, Colin Cowherd told co-host Michelle Beadle the debut took so much energy he didn't know if he could do it again.
Guess who's back?
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If you had $900 million to spend, would you buy the Cubs?
The family of TD Ameritrade founder Joe Ricketts reportedly has a deal to buy the team and Wrigley from the Tribune Co. for $900 million.
Where will LeBron James play after 2009-10?
LeBron told Trevor Ariza he'd be in Cleveland after next season. Or he didn't. NBA free agency is a game of intrigue and rumors.
Awesome or weird?
What do you think of Ron Artest reportedly going to find Kobe Bryant in the shower to tell him he could help the Lakers?
Should the 76ers try to sign Allen Iverson?
A.I. averaged more than 30 points a game in four of his 10 full seasons in Philadelphia. His average has dropped, but he can still score.
Would you partake in the Running of the Bulls in Pamplona?
Thousands of people risk goring and trampling each year in Spain. Are you interested in a road trip?
And our final question ....
Mark Teixeira and Kevin Youkilis carry a built-in rivalry to the lineup card that will be filled out by Joe Maddon, manager of the third AL East team of note.
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