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Chess, please: John Urschel vs. Le'Veon Bell is the matchup the NFL needs

In the summer of 1972, in Reykjavík, Iceland, a 29-year-old from the Midwest named Bobby Fischer took on defending world chess champion Boris Spassky of the Soviet Union. They played 21 games over six weeks until, with Fischer leading 12 1/2-8 1/2, Spassky resigned. Fischer was named the undisputed world champion, and remained so until 1975.

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Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh names his newborn boy after his brother, John

Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh, the brother of the longtime Ravens coach, announced Wednesday on Twitter that his wife had given birth to a baby boy.

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'We let Joe down': Steve Smith Sr. defends Flacco, says Ravens QB wasn't fully healthy

Hours after the "State of the Ravens" address Tuesday, Steve Smith Sr., recently retired Ravens wide receiver and aspiring fedora-wearing media personality, went on Fox Sports 1 talk show "Speak For Yourself" to discuss the NFL with hosts Colin Cowherd and Jason Whitlock and analyst Cris Carter.

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Former Ravens lineman Tony Siragusa has a beef with Meryl Streep

On Sunday night, actress Meryl Streep said some things that drew the ire of one very big and angry man.

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Michael Phelps and LeBron James had a moment of 'greatness' Sunday night

Michael Phelps was at an NBA game Sunday night when the greatest active basketball player in the world dunked and celebrated in honor of the greatest-ever swimmer in the world.

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The five players (and one coach) from Maryland in the College Football Playoff final

Last year, Marylanders knew whom to look out for in the first Alabama-Clemson College Football Playoff final. It was Crimson Tide cornerback-returner Cyrus Jones, aka Clamp Clampington, the guy who in the CFP semifinal put Michigan State's poor, poor punter on a poster.

This year, the offerings are little more diverse.

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