Jerry Sandusky pleaded not guilty inside of a Pennsylvania courtroom today, waiving his right to a preliminary hearing in the process and avoiding any testimony from those who have accused him of child abuse. For now at least.

The disgraced ex-defensive coordinator at Penn State subsequently appeared on the courtroom steps alongside his lawyer, Joseph Amendola, who told the press:

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Two NBA fans took it upon themselves to help out their favorite team on Twitter last week, only to receive a legally threatening email from the Philadelphia 76ers.

By the end of the ordeal, though, the fans ended up with box seats to the Philadelphia 76ers’ home opener, season tickets ... and a job with the team for one.

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Football fans: Prepare to be dazzled by one of the sickest moves of the year - or any year - at any level of the sport. If we didn't know better, we'd assume Neo suited up.

Returning a punt, Wake Forest Rolesville (N.C.) High returner Petey Williams bent over backwards to avoid an oncoming tackler, then proceeded to gain a bunch of yards.

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God is most definitely NOT a Broncos fan and is NOT helping Tim Tebow engineer fourth quarter comebacks for Denver, according to a rep for The Church of Satan.

Magus Peter H. Gilmore, a high priest in the Church, says if God helps Tim win games, He would be actively making others lose, which makes absolutely no sense.

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With Tim Tebow as their starting quarterback this season, the Denver Broncos are 7-1, sitting in first place despite their signal caller's throwing motion looking uglier than this photo of Kim Zolciak giving birth.

So, what is accounting for the team's success? A stout defense? Matt Prater nailing two 50-yard-plus field goals at the conclusion of yesterday's 13-10 victory? Will McGahee running for nearly 100 yards every Sunday? No, no and no, says Wayne Hanson, one of Tebow's pastors in Colorado.

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For the first time since her husband was arrested on multiple charges of heinous sex crimes against young boys, Dottie Sandusky has spoken out.

Dottie says she's been "shocked and dismayed by the allegations made against" the ex-Penn State coach, adding:

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