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  1. Diggin' In

    Jeff Goodman

    Ben Diggins was selected in the first round of the 1998 MLB Draft, but wasn't happy about being the 32nd overall pick and turned down nearly $1 million. Following a brutal freshman campaign at the University of Arizona, Diggins is back on top of his game.

    AssociateStory | June 02, 2000
  2. Reality TV is everywhere and California's young and attractive pe...

    Reality TV is everywhere and California's young and attractive people are one of its main subjects. With shows like "The Hills" and "Keeping Up With the Kardashians," it was easy to place California as the top seed in the Great State Debate.

    Story | Conversation | July 01, 2009
  3. The popularity of the "High School Musical" trilogy and the futur...

    The popularity of the "High School Musical" trilogy and the future of its stars vaults New Mexico into the Great State Debate of Pop Culture.

    Story | Conversation | June 30, 2009
  4. Philly gives Pennsylvania hoops its clout

    Chris Lawlor

    Philadelphia players are known for their gritty style and "never back down" attitude. Meaning, if you back down on the playground, you might not see the court for the rest of the day.

    Story | Conversation | February 12, 2009
  5. Griner gives some iPod favorites

    Each weekday, ESPN RISE brings you five vital stats from athletes across the country. Today we catch up with Brittney Griner.

    Story | Conversation | October 24, 2008
  6. Digits Greater Atlanta

    Check out interesting numbers in your region here

    Story | Conversation | September 12, 2008
  7. Top-seeded Texas is rich with talent

    Texas boasts an embarassment of football riches, including high school football so intense it has inspired two decades' worth of books, movies and TV shows.

    Story | Conversation | August 25, 2008
  8. Father seeks $1.5 million in California

    The father of a high school sophomore is seeking $1.5 million in damages and the dismissal of the school's basketball coach after his son did not get a spot on the varsity team.

    Story | Conversation | December 11, 2001