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- Notre Dame's Everett Golson Excited To Return After 2013 Suspension
Talk about lucky stars, Rich Peverley dodged a bullet last Monday as his diagnosis reveals he could have easily become the NHL’s Reggie Lewis. Details on his condition and what exactly went down during his collapse, after the jump…
Three are dead, including two college football players, after a late night car crash near Albuquerque.
On January 24th, X Games snowmobiler Caleb Moore crashed during a backflip attempt at the snowmobile freestyle final and suffered a concussion after his head smashed into the ground and his snowmobile landed on top of him. But during his evaluation, doctors discovered bleeding on his heart and he was transported to St. Mary’s Hospital in Grand Junction, Colorado.
ESPN came out with their top 10 posts of 2012 (traffic-wise) today and in a shocking turn of events, ESPN.com users enjoy sex at the Olympics, the deaths of Jovan Belcher and Junior Seau, Tim Tebow – mostly separately – and…Rick Reilly?
Scott Sterling, Son Of Los Angeles Clippers’ Owner Donald Sterling, Died Of A Possible Drug Overdose
Scott Sterling, son of Donald Sterling, owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, was found dead on Tuesday night at 11:30 p.m. in his Malibu home. The 31-year-old Sterling was found alone, and his family and friends had not seen him for two days. Initial reports suggest that Sterling died of a drug overdose, and upcoming toxicology reports will either confirm or deny such assertions.
Tragedy struck during today’s Serie B match between Livorno and Pescara, when Livorno midfielder Morosini suffered an apparent heart attack on the field during the first half. Morosini, who was on loan from Italy’s Serie A division, died soon after being rushed to the hospital. He was 25.