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Washington-area real estate agent vows to refund client’s commissions if Redskins make the big game.
Great coaches could teach business a whole lot about teamwork and leadership.
Even amid the "bitter" controversy over remarks that have the potential to alienate some Pennsylvania voters, Sen. Barack Obama may still be able to attract the support of one important Pennsylvania demographic.
The Giants' win may bode well for Wall Street, but other championships have not.
CIA chief Gen. Michael Hayden is a man with a lot of secrets—including his, uh, spooky success as a Super Bowl seer. The lifelong Pittsburgh Steelers fan correctly predicted the outcome of the Super Bowl XLII, picking the Giants to upset the formidable New England Patriots in the annual celebrity prediction poll conducted last week by the Scripps Howard News Service.
After Duke's football team snapped a 22-game losing streak (the longest in the country) with a 20-14 win over Northwestern, hundreds of fans stormed Wallace Wade Stadium in Durham, tearing down the goal posts in "a visceral reaction to a moment of pure fanatic jubilation.
You can buy a lot with $1,100: at least 4,400 packages of Ramen noodles, one semester or so of textbooks, even a small portion of your tuition. You can also buy a ticket to the greatest rivalry in college football: Penn State vs. Notre Dame?