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These Folks Couldn't Keep Quiet in 2012

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 Given the current landscape, in which the best work of our finest sports commentators is now being yelled into microphones instead of typed onto a screen, Deadspin is proud to introduce The Best American Sports Shouting 2012, a new anthology for a new era.

Sports shouting has never been better.

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