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Cowboys Defy Stats to Achieve 11-1 Season
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Matt Harvey Autograph Signings
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NCAA Rivalries Heat Up the Weekend
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Three Icons Earn Medals of Freedom
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Jimmie Johnson Wins Number 7
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2016 MLB Awards Recap
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One on One with Anthony Rizzo – Exclusive Interview
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Upcoming Sports Show: Fanatics Authentic Sports Spectacular – Chicago
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Toronto Maple Leafs: Blue and White for 100 years
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2016 Gold Glove Award Winners

Cowboys Defy Stats to Achieve 11-1 Season

Despite having Tony Romo, their once iconic face of the team, spend more time on the bench than the gridiron, the Dallas Cowboys have proven to be one of the most competitive teams of the 2016 NFL season. Led by all-star rookie Dak Prescott and an offense worthy of the hype, the Cowboys have powered through almost all of their competition for a nearly perfect 11-1 record and a perfect away game tally of 6-0. Last night’s game against the Minnesota Vikings undoubtedly solidified their place at the top of the NFL.
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Matt Harvey Autograph Signings

Setting a new club record with 11 strikeouts and a victory in his first game with the New York Mets, pitcher Matt Harvey became an instant fan favorite during his 2012 MLB debut. His success and popularity has not stopped there, though. 2013 proved to be a great years as he earned his first MLB All-Star recognition. Tommy John surgery sidelined “The Dark Knight” for a season, but his return in 2015 was incredible, earning him the NL Comeback Player of the Year title and the chance to lead his team to a NL pennant the same year. Now fiercer than ever, Matt Harvey is a monster on the mound and more prepared than ever to lead the Mets to a World Series title.

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NCAA Rivalries Heat Up the Weekend

Michael Jordan

From Florida to California, Texas to Michigan, this past weekend brought to light, once again, the incredibly fierce rivalries found in NCAA football. Some teams walked away victorious after a game of dominance from kickoff while other fought to come from behind and win in double overtime – we are looking at you Ohio State. If you missed any minute of college football excitement, have no fear; here is your recap of the major games from this past weekend.

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Three Icons Earn Medals of Freedom

Michael Jordan

Professional athletes have the ability to inspire, influence, lead and make an impact in society due to their elevated level of public attention, wealth and status. While many have this opportunity, few take full advantage of the positive change to society they can make. This week, three men were honored for the way they helped shaped, change and enhance society through their elevated statuses:  Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Michael Jordan and Vin Scully.

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Jimmie Johnson Wins Number 7

Jimmie Johnson

Thousands of laps around the track, 80 career wins, over 200 top five finished, 35 pole positions and countless hours of practice and preparation have all culminated in greatness for NASCAR living legend Jimmie Johnson. Claiming his seventh NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Championship on Sunday night in Homestead, Florida, Jimmie Johnson can now be considered among the greatest drivers in the history of the sport.

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2016 MLB Awards Recap

Kris Bryant

The 2016 MLB season ended with a historic bang when the Chicago Cubs secured the World Series title, their first in 108 years. While Cubbies fans will continue to celebrate for the next century, there are plenty of reasons for other MLB fans to celebrate: the annual MLB awards that come following the close of a season. From Gold Gloves to MLB MVPS and everything in-between, here’s a recap, by team, of where these awards have been allocated.

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One on One with Anthony Rizzo – Exclusive Interview

Anthony Rizzo

Call him the G.O.A.T. or call him the wolf that scared off the goat that hung around Wrigley Field for more than a century, but never forget his name: Anthony Rizzo. I had the privilege to meet this Chicago Cubs star for an exclusive interview, getting a behind the scenes look into how this All-Star first baseman prepares for games and what exactly was spinning around his head before he caught the final out in Game 7 of the 2016 World Series, the out that ended a 108 year curse.

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Upcoming Sports Show: Fanatics Authentic Sports Spectacular – Chicago

Ben Zobrist

Calling sports fans and memorabilia collectors of all ages! The Fanatics Authentic Sports Spectacular is back in action this weekend and taking over the Chicago area for three enormous days of Hall of Famers, World Series Champs and living legends from nearly every professional sports League. Held again at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, November 18th to the 20th, this year’s Chicago show is prepared to make sports fans’ dreams come true by bringing fans closer to their sports icons’, including many of the 2016 World Series Champions, the Chicago Cubs.

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Toronto Maple Leafs: Blue and White for 100 years

Kyle Hendricks

The 2016-17 NHL season is a rather historic one as a handful of teams are celebrating anniversaries and milestones every fan can cheer for. Four teams in particular are “over the hill” in their 50th year – The Pittsburgh Penguins, Los Angeles Kings, Philadelphia Flyers and St. Louis Blues – while a team from the great white North is ringing in 100 years of franchise history beginning January 1, 2017: the Toronto Maple Leafs.

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2016 Gold Glove Award Winners

Anthony Rizzo

As Cubs fans around the world continues to celebrate Chicago’s historic 2016 World Series victory, the first in 108 years, the rest of the baseball world looked to the Gold Glove Awards last night to honor the best defensive players of this previous MLB season. While some snubs were imminent, there is no surprise when it comes to who dominated this golden night of awards.

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