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  1. Jarod Opperman for The New York Times
  2. Albatross of Debt Weighs on Super Bowl City

    9:05 PM ETThe mayor of Glendale, Ariz., which is hosting the Super Bowl, is not shy about criticizing the costs involved, particularly since the city has a reputation for betting big on sports — and paying a price for it.

  3. Sports of The Times
    It Doesn’t Take a Scientist to Sense a Shift in Momentum

    9:41 PM ETHeading into the Super Bowl, an us-against-the-world theme is emerging for the New England Patriots.

  4. N.F.L. Roundup
    In Phoenix, the Seahawks Push Distractions Aside

    9:18 PM ETAs Seattle arrived Sunday in the host city for the Super Bowl, the team’s players and coach mostly played down discussions of the footballs used in New England’s A.F.C. championship game victory.

  5. New Commissioner With a Long-Term Mission

    Robert Manfred wants M.L.B. to be more of a presence at the amateur level and also has an interest in reaching out to fans “with information via technology.”

  6. M.L.B. Defends Fred Wilpon and His Financial Role

    Though he was a victim of Bernard L. Madoff’s Ponzi scheme, the Mets’ majority owner, Fred Wilpon, was viewed as the right man for the job.

  7. Duke 77, St. John's 68: It’s a Picture That’s Worth a Thousand Triumphs
  8. On College Basketball: As a Measure of Coaching Success, 1,000 Is Just One Number
  9. Not the Knicks: New to U.S., Sisters Help School Return to Dominance in a Flash
  10. Crystal Bowl 2015
  11. The Upshot: Before the Bowl Was Super
  12. In Winter, It’s Time for a Stoppage
  13. Not the Knicks: Warriors’ Tenet: Sit and Deliver
  14. N.B.A. Game of the Week: Clippers at Spurs
  15. N.B.A. Roundup: Cavaliers Win 6th Straight With Help of LeBron James
  16. On Tennis: A Tongue, and a Forehand, That Can Burn the Fuzz Off the Ball
  17. After Being Told How Good She Can Be, an American Wins on a Big Stage
  18. A Coming of Age Plays Out on the Court
  19. On Tennis: A Shadow of His Old Self? For Roger Federer, Maybe Not Yet
  20. Eugenie Bouchard Earns an Unsatisfying Victory
  21. Footballs Fair Game at Bill Belichick’s Practices
  22. In Rain and Snow, It’s Clear That Patriots Are a Good Bet
  23. Gamesmanship vs. Cheating
  24. On Golf: For Olympic Hopefuls, Antidoping Rules Will Be an Adjustment
  25. All-Stars Share Spotlight With a College Coronation
  26. Winter Sports Roundup: Figure Skater Wins His First U.S. Men’s Title
  27. The Upshot: Champions League: How to Solve the Seeding Problem
  28. The Upshot: The $210 Million Baseball Contract That Explains How Inflation Works
  29. Roundup: Chelsea and Other Giants Ousted in F.A. Cup
  30. Sports Briefing | Baseball: Ex-Pitcher Charged With Fraud
  31. Grace Wins Qatar Masters by 1 Stroke
  32. Matt Kuchar Stumbles and Gives Away Humana Challenge Lead
  33. Adaptability Aids in a Driver’s Evolution
  34. Sports Briefing | Pro Football: Future of Deion Sanders’s School Is Weighed
  35. Sports Briefing | Yacht Racing: Chinese Team Nearing a First
  36. Sports Briefing | College Football: Abdullah Leads North in Senior Bowl
  37. An Appraisal: A Star Who Found Joy in Baseball and Reflected It Every Day
  38. Adding Innovations, the Pro Bowl is Trying to Be Relevant. Stop Laughing.
  39. Sports of The Times: Booted by Patriots, Pete Carroll Has Chance to Strike Back
  40. Tommy Mason, First Player to Be Drafted by Vikings, Dies at 75
  41. Inbox: Letters to the Editor
  42. 25 Years Later, McEnroe Reflects on an Ejection (He Can Be Serious)
  43. Sports of The Times: Nope. No Idea. Not Me. Next.
  44. A Nomad in the N.B.A. Is a Knick ... for Now
  45. Knocked for Risks, League Plays Defense
  46. On Baseball: Baseball Lifer Leaves Office, but Not the Game
  47. In Spectacle of Biggest Stars, a Modest Center Stands Out

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