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No Winners in Ray Rice’s Game

What happens behind closed doors—or rather closing doors—does not always stay behind them.

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Brendon Ayanbadejo and ‘The Other Team’

The Super Bowl-winning Baltimore Ravens linebacker holds rank as LGBT hero-of the-moment. His postgame interview with CNN’s Don Lemon showcased his well-informed, well-spoken worldliness, as he declared equality for all, regardless of sexuality or gender expression. 

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Jon Stewart Mocks ‘Totally Non-Gay All-Male Tacklefest’ Super Bowl XLVII

Sports isn’t a subject matter Jon Stewart usually covers on “The Daily Show,” but the spectacle that the Super Bowl has become was too good a topic for the Comedy Central host to ignore.

Posted on Feb 5, 2013 READ MORE



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Truthdigger of the Week: Brendon Ayanbadejo

Ahead of the 47th Super Bowl on Sunday, a jock has capitalized on his moment in the spotlight to continue his campaign of support for gay rights.

Posted on Feb 2, 2013 READ MORE



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Ravens Player to Use Super Bowl to Advocate for Gay Marriage

Brendon Ayanbadejo has been an outspoken proponent of the cause, and for LGBT rights in general, since he became one of the first athletes from a major professional sport to publicly announce his support for same-sex marriage in 2009.

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Nate Silver’s Super Bowl Pick Falls Short

Silver, who writes The New York Times’ popular FiveThirtyEight blog, makes his living by predicting events. Oftentimes, he’s right, like he was during the 2012 presidential election when he correctly forecast how every state would vote. But even experts are wrong occasionally.

Posted on Jan 14, 2013 READ MORE


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