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College Football 2013: 5 Big Questions for Week 3

This season's "Game of the Century" is here, as No. 1 Alabama looks to avenge last season's loss against Johnny Football and No. 6 Texas A&M. While that's certainly the biggest game of the week, here is a look at that and some of the other story lines in Week 3:

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2013 NBA Playoffs — Conference Semifinals Preview

Eight teams are still alive in the chase for the NBA title. Five of the eight first-round NBA playoff series were won by the higher seeded teams, with sixth-seeded Memphis being the lowest seed still remaining. Here's a look at the match-ups for the Eastern and Western Conference semifinals:

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See Memorable ‘Survivor’ Winners Then And Now

'Survivor' was a smash hit when it launched in the summer of 2000. Richard Hatch, Kelly Wiglesworth, Rudy Boesch and the rest all became household names and the show's first finale drew over 50 million domestic viewers.

While 'Survivor' isn't quite the cultural phenomenon it was over a decade ago, the most successful reality show in TV history is still going strong and may well be on TV for another decade more.

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Nate Robinson Does the “Discount Double Check”, Multiple Times – VIDEO

This is video of New York's Nate Robinson doing to "Discount Double Check", probably a couple of times too many, after hitting a big three-pointer, during the Knicks' 118-11, overtime win over the Chicago Bulls on Thursday night.

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42 Movie Review
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’42′ Review

My grandmother, Rhoda Singer, died earlier this year. She lived much of her life in Brooklyn and was a Brooklyn Dodgers fan. Her favorite player was Pee Wee Reese, the Dodgers' scrappy white shortstop who famously silenced a racist Cincinnati crowd by putting his arm around his black teammate Jackie Robinson during pre-game warmups.

I thought about my grandmother a lot while watching '42,' the new biopic of Jackie Robinson and his quest to break the color barrier in baseball. On an intellectual level, I can tell you a dozen things wrong with the movie, from its excessively preachy dialogue to its bloated length. But on an emotional level, I have to admit that this movie bypassed my brain and grabbed my heart, pulling each and every string contained therein firmly and repeatedly. It's a pretty good tribute to a great man. And when Pee-Wee and Jackie embraced on that field in Cincinnati I cried.

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