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* Detroit Pistons: The team that won it all in 2004 has kept their starting line-up virtually intact since, losing only C Ben Wallace in 2006. But after six straight trips to the Eastern Conference Finals, changes are afoot-new Head Coach Michael Curry replaces the polarizing Flip Saunders.
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McGill one win away from QSSF indoor soccer championship

For Head Coach Marc Mounicot and the McGill women's soccer team, there's nothing surprising about being in two provincial finals in the same academic year. In early November, the team's hopes of a berth at Nationals were shattered when the Martlets lost a 2-1 decision against the top-ranked Montreal Carabins in the conference championship game.
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McGill gears up for Nationals

Fresh off of winning their second Queen's Cup in three years, the McGill men's hockey team is primed and ready to challenge for a National Championship. The OUA East champions received a number-two seed in the six-team tournament last week, and will butt heads against the Manitoba Bisons and the Saint Mary's Huskies in pool play.
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THIRD MAN IN: Lovin’ the Cubs

In years past, Chicago has been called the most segregated city in America, in reference to the city's heavily black South Side and the mostly white neighbourhoods of the North Side. The city's most persistent divide, however, has little to do with race. To a much greater extent than either New York or Los Angeles, Chicago is a city divided by baseball.
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MARCH MADNESS: MIDWEST

Preview: The top-seeded Kansas Jayhawks find themselves in the toughest of the four regions and will have to rely on their experience and leadership if they want to make it to the Final Four for the second time in three years. Headlined by Big East finalist Georgetown and second-seeded Ohio State, the Midwest promises to provide some serious excitement in the early rounds.
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Mixed results: Martlets take silver, Redmen hoist Queen’s Cup

Four years ago, the McGill men's hockey team travelled to the western shores of Lake Superior and came home empty-handed. On Saturday night, the Redmen reversed history, capturing the OUA Queen's Cup with a 3-1 victory over the Lakehead Thunderwolves. The win marked McGill's second Queen's Cup in the last three years, and the team's 15th since winning the inaugural competition in 1903.
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THIRD MAN IN: Capless, not hapless

It's official. There will be no salary cap in the NFL next season. At first glance, it would appear that richer, more successful teams will start spending more money on the players they want to keep, and the league's average salaries and team payrolls will undoubtedly rise.
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MARCH MADNESS: EAST

Preview: Top-seeded Kentucky and freshman sensation John Wall cast a long shadow over the East bracket, though they'll need to play better than they did against Mississippi State in the SEC Tournament Final in order to advance. West Virginia, the No. 2 seed, has the most momentum after winning the Big East title in dramatic fashion over the weekend.
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