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September 11, 2015

Sports is filled with conventional wisdom, but who's to say it's right? Check back frequently, as we challenge the status quo on everything from running backs to three-pointers.

 
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How to fix the NBA's intentional fouling problem

 
 

Why should QBs shoulder the blame for every interception?

 
 

The first blind person to ever climb Mount Everest shares his inspirational story.

 
 

Can the Cowboys still be considered "America's Team"? If not, has anyone taken their place? SI staff debates.

 
 

It has become chic to say that the left tackle is the second-most-important position in football, behind only quarterback. Is it true?

 
 

Only seven running backs have ever done it. Will we ever see another back surpass 2K? Melissa Jacobs and Ben Eagle debate.

 
 

Fourth quarter, up by three, facing a fourth-and-two in opponent's territory. Do you roll the dice and go for it, or do you play the field position game? Melissa Jacobs and Ben Eagle debate.

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