The big cats are stealthy predators, but the mountain-climbing ungulates are agile defenders
Pirates did roam the Gulf Coast, but more myths than facts have inspired the regional folklore
We don't know who Ben Franklin would root for, but we do know what he'd eat on Super Bowl Sunday
As the Atlanta Falcons prepare to play in the Super Bowl, learn about the remarkable raptors behind the name
The football team may only have a 57-year history, but its mascot stretches back to the country's foundation
This year's game, held at San Francisco's Levi's Stadium, should be the most high-tech Super Bowl ever
Major sports games are loud enough to cause permanent hearing loss
The Seahawks can take the field knowing that at least one hairy mammal is rooting for them
Number six: Horses once had three toes
Number one: There's no such thing as a "seahawk"
There is more to nachos than Velveeta and jalapeños
This Super Bowl, throw away the jar and chop up some veggies
Science shows that the cold weather will make it harder for players to grip the ball, avoid slipping and hear each other over the roar of the crowd
Nike has designed special shoes that make athletes more explosive from a standing position
How the wing went from a throwaway to a delicacy in 50 years
Pro football is turning to screens--some massive, others on smart phones--to try to keep its fans entertained.
Sportswriter Dave Zirin counts the ways that political issues have infiltrated sports at every level
Head injuries have received much deserved attention in the news, but there’s a 350-pound problem that few are discussing
Jazz is synonymous with the Big Easy, and there’s no bigger name in the history of the genre than Satchmo
Did you know this off-season penchant for guacamole is an industry creation?
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