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Friendship Between Tennessee QB and Six-Year-Old Cancer Survivor Inspires Entire State

And at the heart of that community is the story of a little boy and his best friend. AJ Cucksey has all the adoration a kid has for an older brother who does amazing things. Josh Dobbs is a role model for AJ: an aeronautic engineering major with an outstanding scholastic record, a famous quarterback for a storied program, and a young man with a history of doing all he can for people in his community.

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Interview: Arena Football League Global President David Niu on CAFL (China) League Start

'Our team rosters will be split 50% Chinese and 50% foreign. That is by design. We wanted and needed a balance of talented and experienced foreign professionals to help foster the development of our Chinese players. Sports has no color or cultural barriers.'

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Fact or Fanatic: The 2016 NCAA Football Opening Weekend Edition

For years, refrains like "The (insert conference here) doesn't play anyone but cupcakes early in the year" rang true. In recent seasons, that has started to change. This 2016 NCAA football opening weekend has some intriguing, must-watch matchups, at least one of which may have national championship implications.

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NCAA Fact or Fanatic: The Season Picks Edition, Part 2

First off, we unequivocally and categorically dislike the idea of two teams from not only the same conference but the same division within that conference getting into the playoffs. So sorry, Alabama-LSU, Florida State-Clemson, and Ohio State-Michigan proponents, but it's not going to happen. And if it does, our next column after the announcement of such a travesty will be vicious.

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