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January 28, 2015
Colin Campbell-62
Jermaine Dye-41

Daunte Culpepper-38
Stephen Gostkowski-31
Andre Iguodala-31
Daniel Carcillo-30
Nate Jones-29

1990: Super Bowl XXIV at Superdome in New Orleans turns into a Super blowout as the San Francisco 49ers beat the Denver Broncos 55-10. Quarterback Joe Montana collects a record third Super Bowl MVP, as the 49ers become the second team to win four Lombardi Trophies. The 49ers score is nearly symmetrical with two touchdowns in each quarter with a missed PAT being the lone blemish.
1. Kyrie Irving

NBA @ Det
38 pts, 3 reb, 6 ast

Pau Gasol

18 pts, 16 reb, 8 ast

Johnny Gaudreau

NHL vs Buf
2 Goals
A Fine Day
Marshawn Lynch of the Seattle Seahawks has always preferred to do his talking on the field. However, despite being uncomfortable in media interviews Marshawn Lynch found himself in the spotlight at Super Bowl Media Day in Phoenix on Tuesday. After being fined earlier in the season, Lynch has chosen to respond to all questions the same way. Earlier in the season Marshawn Lynch answered each question with one word answers and another by thanking the media. At Media Day Lynch chose the honest path, responding "I am only here so I won't get fined," to each question asked. The NFL had threatened a $500,000 fine if Marshawn Lynch chose not to participate in Media Day. Whether or not Lynch's nonresponsive responses will result in a fine remains to be seen as he plays for the Seahawks and not a team that Commissioner Roger Goodell protects.
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The Forgotten NFL
It's hard to imagine but at one time the NFL was more of a loose confederation of professional football teams, with teams in small towns coming and going on a yearly basis. Some of these teams were legendary and won titles in the early years of the NFL others just faded before anyone ever noticed they were there. This project will begin Phase III of the Sports E-Cyclopedia.
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