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Agreement reached with NFL on 'Who Dat'

Louisiana's attorney general said Monday that local T-shirt makers don't need the National Football League's permission to sell shirts with the phrase "Who Dat," as long as they don't make other references to the New Orleans Saints or NFL.

Kobe passes West, but Lakers lose

Kobe Bryant got the Los Angeles Lakers' franchise scoring record, but the Memphis Grizzlies spoiled the celebration.

Caldwell has contingency plan for Freeney

Coach Jim Caldwell says the Colts are preparing to play without defensive end Dwight Freeney in the Super Bowl, though he remains hopeful the All-Pro defensive end will suit up for the game.

CBS Super Bowl ads near $3 million mark

CHICAGO, Feb 1 (Reuters) - CBS Corp (CBS.N) has sold all the advertising spots for the television broadcast of the National Football League's Super Bowl championship game this coming Sunday, the television network s

Scout.com: Latest recruiting updates

Things change quickly as we near Signing Day. Scout.com keeps you in the loop.

Blog: The latest recruiting updates from Scout.com

Scout.com has the latest news, rumors and notes with signing day fast approaching.

Source: Talk of big Mauer deal 'erroneous'

The Twins have not officially confirmed or denied a report by WCCO-TV in Minneapolis that the team has agreed to a 10-year contract extension with star catcher Joe Mauer.