Following a record-setting 38-year career as the head coach of the University of Tennessee Lady Volunteers, Pat Summitt resigned from her legendary post yesterday.

The announcement came less than a year after Summitt's diagnosis of early onset dementia-Alzheimer's type.

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Delonte West is back to poking those he should not poke again, although this time the victim is Utah Jazz shooting guard Gordon Hayward, not the mother of LeBron James.

On Monday night, during his team's triple-overtime loss to the Utah Jazz, West was called for traveling... back to elementary school when he gave Hayward a Wet Willy during game action. Seriously! See for yourself:

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Eli Manning, New York Giants quarterback and MVP of Super Bowls XLII and XLIV, will host Saturday Night Live gig on May 5, the NBC show announced.

The musical guest that night? None other than Rihanna!

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Is a reconciliation between Los Angeles Lakers all-star Kobe Bryant and his estranged wife Vanessa Bryant imminent? Recent photos sure suggest it's far from unlikely.

For the second time in two months, Kobe and Vanessa Bryant, who filed for divorce in December, were photographed together with their two daughters.

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The University of Arkansas has fired head football coach Bobby Petrino after he attempted to conceal, and later admitted to an “inappropriate relationship” with his recently hired 25-year-old employee, Jessica Dorrell.

Petrino’s relationship with Dorrell lasted a “significant” amount of time, and at one point, Petrino gave her $20,000 out of his own pocket as a “gift.”

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Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo and wife Candice Crawford welcomed their first child, a baby boy named Hawkins Crawford Romo, on Monday.

“Hawkins Crawford Romo is now a part of the Dallas Cowboys family,” a rep for the Cowboys said in a statement, confirming the new team member.

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Miami Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen is under fire over comments published last week in which he appeared to express his love for Cuban dictator Fidel Castro.

Guillen, speaking in the Marlins' dugout before today's game at Philadelphia, said he plans to fly back to Miami tomorrow morning to face the media and public.

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