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  • 49ers' Kaepernick surpasses Montana, Young. A Week 11 NFL quiz

    The revered legacies of San Francisco quarterbacking greats Joe Montana and Steve Young had to stand down Monday night, as benchwarmer Colin Kaepernick turned in a better first game as a starter than either of the Hall of Famers. Forced into service by an injury to starter Alex Smith, Kaepernick helped bury the Bears, who were without injured QB Jay Cutler, by completing more passes (16 of 23) and throwing for more yards (243) and  more touchdowns (2) than either Montana or Young did in their debuts as San Francisco starters. The result: a 32-7 win. To test your knowledge of Week 11 NFL developments, take this 12-question quiz.

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  • NFC Championship: What's a 49er fan in Seattle to do?

    This Sunday's NFC championship game between the Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers is expected to be earth-shaking. So if you're in enemy territory, you have to tread lightly.

  • Peyton Manning ties NFL TD pass record in Broncos romp over Ravens

    A pregame lightning storm was perhaps a precursor to Manning's performance Thursday night against the defending Super Bowl champions.

  • Alex Smith to Chiefs. What happens to Matt Cassel?

    The Kansas City Chiefs have agreed to acquire Alex Smith from the San Francisco 49ers. Will former Chiefs QB Matt Cassel go to the Arizona Cardinals?

  • Stir It Up! Super Bowl recipe: Black gold 49ers cookies

    If you are rooting for San Francisco, celebrate the Super Bowl with these rich, gooey cookies. Fold chocolate chips and Milky Way caramels into the batter to make them 'black and gold.' 

  • Robert Griffin III plays like Tim Tebow, only better

    Robert Griffin III, aka RG3, gives NFL fans something different by running the triple option offense. But RG3 must continue to evolve his QB skills to survive in the NFL.

  • 49ers' Kaepernick surpasses Montana, Young. A Week 11 NFL quiz

    The revered legacies of San Francisco quarterbacking greats Joe Montana and Steve Young had to stand down Monday night, as benchwarmer Colin Kaepernick turned in a better first game as a starter than either of the Hall of Famers. Forced into service by an injury to starter Alex Smith, Kaepernick helped bury the Bears, who were without injured QB Jay Cutler, by completing more passes (16 of 23) and throwing for more yards (243) and  more touchdowns (2) than either Montana or Young did in their debuts as San Francisco starters. The result: a 32-7 win. To test your knowledge of Week 11 NFL developments, take this 12-question quiz.

  • IHOP Free Pancake Day: Free flapjacks for a cause

    National Free Pancake Day 2012 has IHOP giving away free pancakes to all customers. IHOP free pancakes are unlikely to run out on National Pancake Day 2012.

  • San Francisco 49ers: Win or lose, they're back

    San Francisco 49ers, after a decade of irrelevance, are in the NFC championship game, on the brink of the Super Bowl. Welcome back, San Francisco 49ers.

  • Tom Brady, MVP again: 12 questions about No. 12

    Fortunately for New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, the man with the golden arm and silver helmet, the voting for the National Football League's annual MVP award takes place before the playoffs begin. Otherwise, it's possible he might not now have the distinction of being the first unanimous choice for the Associated Press NFL Most Valuable Player Award. Some voters might have had second thoughts, and possibly moved Green Bay's Aaron Rodgers ahead of him on their ballots. Brady, after all, was off his game against the New York Jets, who eliminated the favored Patriots in their one-and-done postseason. Rodgers, meanwhile, is the hottest QB of the moment, and might just take the Packers all the way in Sunday's Super Bowl. As it is, Brady now joins Joe Montana, Steve Young, and Kurt Warner as two-time MVP winners. The all-time leader is the Colts’ Peyton Manning with four. Jim Brown, Johnny Unitas, and Brett Favre have three. Just how much do you know about this season’s top regular-season player? Take this quiz to find out:
    02/06/2011 01:41 pm

  • California votes down same-sex marriage

    Voters in Florida and Arizona also approved similar bans in a setback for the gay rights movement.
    11/05/2008 12:00 am

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Danny Bent poses at the starting line of the Boston Marathon in Hopkinton, Mass.

After the Boston Marathon bombings, Danny Bent took on a cross-country challenge

The athlete-adventurer co-founded a relay run called One Run for Boston that started in Los Angeles and ended at the marathon finish line to raise funds for victims.

 
 
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