Louisville is No. 1 in women's AP Top 25 for 1st…

Louisville is No. 1 in The Associated Press women’s college basketball poll for the first time in school history

Chargers hire Rams DC Brandon Staley as head coach

The Los Angeles Chargers have hired Los Angeles Rams defensive coordinator Brandon Staley to become the team’s head coach

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Porsche Museum Heritage Talk - Part 2

Grant Larson and Horst Marchart talk about the history of the Boxster and the new Boxster 25 years.

Brady, Bucs, end playoffs for Saints, Brees, 30-20

Tom Brady’s best game in three tries against New Orleans has the Buccaneers moving on in the NFL playoffs and Saints quarterback Drew Brees headed home — perhaps for good

Duke falls out of AP Top 25; Gonzaga, Baylor…

Gonzaga once again has racked up all but the two first-place votes that went to Baylor in the latest Associated Press men's college basketball poll

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Browns' comeback comes up short, fall to Chiefs…

The Browns came so close

25 years of the Porsche Boxster - Driving Video

A portmanteau of “boxer” and “roadster”, the Boxster name covers both the vehicle category and the boxer engine – the outstanding technical feature that had characterised the 356 since 1948 and the Porsche 911 since 1963. Grant Larson, today Director Special Projects, was responsible for designing the concept car. The designer remembers: “In October 1991 – I was responsible at the time for advance development in the Design department – I visited the Tokyo Motor Show. Audi presented the Avus Quattro concept car there. At the end of 1991, series development of the Boxster and the 996 was already taking place in other areas, and we decided to build a show car. I had full freedom as regards design. All drafts were produced as 2D drawings. So, not on a screen like today.

Gutsy or insane? Depends on the outcome of tough…

Gutsy or insane

Blend it with Beckham: Neville hired to coach…

Phil Neville and David Beckham won Premier League championships together at Manchester United

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Kevin Na has a big finish and wins the Sony Open

Kevin Na had to rally to win the Sony Open