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  • SEC working to avoid repeat of Florida-LSU scheduling fiasco

    The Gators always talk about man down, man up - and carry on. "I really do", McElwain said of Appleby's performance in Florida's 20-7 win over SC last Saturday. The Wildcats have developed quite the rushing attack this season, and they showed it off against the Vols, racking up an absurd 443 yards on the ground.

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  • Police Believe Body Found in NJ Likely That of Missing Connecticut Man

    Comunale's body was partially burned , according to NBCNewYork.com. Joseph Comunale, 26, was found in a shallow grave in Oceanport , NYDailyNews .com reported. Authorities found a pair of trousers that are believed to belong to Comunale, and bloody sheets inside of a garbage bag near the apartment building on East 59th Street and First Ave., WCBS reported.

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  • The Vikings give up in the case of the kicker Blair Walsh

    The Vikings give up in the case of the kicker Blair Walsh

    The Vikings cut Walsh after he missed his fourth extra point attempt of the season Sunday during the Vikings' 26-20 loss at Washington. In the earlier part of the season, Walsh missed two field goals and an extra point in the Vikings' season-opening win against Tennessee Titans.

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  • India win toss, to bat in second Test

    India win toss, to bat in second Test

    It had something for spinners while batsmen enjoyed time in the middle. England's strong showing against the top-ranked Indians banished memories of last month's defeat to minnows Bangladesh when they were undone by rookie spinner Mehedi Hasan.

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  • Lightning vs. Red Wings live stream

    Lightning vs. Red Wings live stream

    Stamkos, who last summer re-signed with the team that drafted him No. 1 overall in 2008 rather than testing free agency, was hurt during the opening period of Tuesday night's 4-3 road win. Kucherov openend the scoring 3:30 into the game when he took advantage of Mrazek's misplay of the puck behind the net and stuffed it into the empty net from the side.

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  • LeBron James Sits Out Against Pacers

    LeBron James Sits Out Against Pacers

    The Indiana Pacers are more than familiar with facing the Cleveland Cavaliers when LeBron James rests, so they didn't get distracted by the four-time NBA MVP's absence Wednesday night. While this game is more relevant because of what seemed like a budding rivalry between James and Paul George in the former's days with the Miami Heat, there are plenty of other storylines to follow for this game.

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  • Rams spoil Petty's first NFL start in 9-6 win over Jets

    Filling in for an injured Fitzpatrick, Petty started the first game of his career Sunday against the Rams. But, the defense of Los Angeles was too much for Petty, as the Rams improve to 4-5 and finally win a game, 9-6. "It could change, but it could stay the same as well". The Jets also have rookie Christian Hackenberg on the roster. The Rams opened the fourth quarter with another drive in the red zone, but it yielded only three points for the third time in the game as the offensive ...

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  • Sturridge's work ethic and mentality questioned

    Sturridge has netted four times for the Merseyside giants this term, all of which have come in the EFL Cup. Cape Town - Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge is not concerned about recent criticism leveled at his work-rate and is happy with his level on contribution this season.

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  • Dodgers' Roberts, Indians' Francona win Manager of Year

    Dodgers' Roberts, Indians' Francona win Manager of Year

    Roberts got 16 first-place votes to top Joe Maddon , whose Cubs won the World Series. Francona, a native of New Brighton, Pa., took 22 of 30 first-place votes. From left are 2016 file photos showing National League baseball managers Dusty Baker of the Washington Nationals, Joe Maddon of the Chicago Cubs and Dave Roberts of the Los Angeles Dodgers.

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  • New name for the New Orleans Zephyrs

    New name for the New Orleans Zephyrs

    Which has people all over New Orleans fuming. The management of the team couldn't leave that well enough alone, though, and insisted on a name change this year. On April 7, a new era in New Orleans baseball will commence. "Baby Cakes" refers to the coveted figurines hidden in king cakes, which are associated with Mardi Gras celebrations.

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  • Academy alums charge into NCAA tournament

    Academy alums charge into NCAA tournament

    Sunday's Winners advance to the tournament's Sweet 16. A day after winning the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament and an automatic berth in the national tourney, the Cougars found out their first-round opponent during a 1 p.m.an online webcast of the NCAA Selection Show.

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  • Jets starting Petty at QB over injured Fitzpatrick

    Jets starting Petty at QB over injured Fitzpatrick

    Bryce Petty made his first career start in Week 10, but didn't provide much of an upgrade. After getting the ball with 2:55 remaining and down by three, Petty tried to lead the Jets (3-7) down the field. The two split first-team snaps during practice all week. Rookie Christian Hackenberg is inactive. The first order of business is figuring out who will start under center when the Jets welcome the New England Patriots to MetLife Stadium Sunday night (Nov.

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  • Elliott scores twice late, Cowboys top Steelers 35-30

    With all three timeouts available, Prescott and the Cowboys did their job by taking the ball 75 yards, capped off with another Elliott touchdown to seal the win for Dallas. Romo , he said , would dress as the backup next week and no, Jones was insistent, that would not be awkward. The Cowboys took the ball at their own 25, and then Dak Prescott led them on a tremendous, time-eating drive.

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  • Late turnover lifts Chiefs to 20-17 win over Panthers

    The Chiefs looked like hot garbage on Sunday, yet found a way to win in Charlotte . Marcus Peters stripped Kelvin Benjamin with 20 seconds left, Cairo Santos kicked a 37-yard field goal as time expired, and the Chiefs overcame a 17-point deficit to top the Carolina Panthers 20-17 on Sunday.

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  • 25% rise in Indians seeking USA admissions

    25% rise in Indians seeking USA admissions

    This increase comes after six years of decline in the number of students going to the USA for higher education - nearly 30% decrease since 2009. "Recently, we've worked to see more students immerse themselves in educational learning overseas".

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  • Top 25 roundup: Mississippi State stuns No. 4 Texas A&M

    On the ground, Fitzgerald rushed for 119 yards and two touchdowns in 19 carries while Ashton Shumpert had 39 yards in seven carries. The Aggies, ranked No. Jake Hubenak coming in to play quarterback for Texas A&M. This is obviously Knight's throwing arm. Kevin Sumlin did not rule him out for the second half.

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  • Tim Howard will miss rest of season

    Tim Howard will miss rest of season

    The former MetroStars standout is scheduled to undergo surgery on Thursday and is expected to be sidelined for four months. In his first season with Colorado, Howard was 6-3-8 in games he started and is a finalist for MLS goalkeeper of the year.

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  • Rob Gronkowski has punctured lung, could miss just one game

    Rob Gronkowski has punctured lung, could miss just one game

    Gronkowski took a big hit from safety Earl Thomas earlier in the game. The Patriots play the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday. It looks like Rob Gronkowski will again miss some time with a scary sounding injury. "Nothing against it.It's a little tough to breathe, but once it comes back, you're good". The injury is believed to have occurred during that hit. "I have no problem with it", he said.

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  • Murray defeats Cilic in first match as world number one

    Murray defeats Cilic in first match as world number one

    Djokovic, however, can still overtake Murray and finish atop the rankings depending on this week's results. Murray had nothing but praise ahead of his match-up with Nishikori. "After a long few months, it's nice to know that I'm going to be finishing the year playing in that sort of atmosphere". The Croatian, who is working with Murray's former assistant coach Jonas Bjorkman, also won his most recent meeting with the Scot in Cincinnati in August.

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  • PG Rubio likely to return after 5-game absence

    But the Clippers shot 52.6 percent, including 11 of 24 from 3-point territory. Join the Clipperholics team! And, the bench, which has slammed the door on so many teams this season, kept it open a crack, forcing the starters out of their warm-ups in the fourth quarter.

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  • Cowboys rally late to keep Steelers reeling, 35-30

    Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell (26) is tackled by Dallas Cowboys cornerback Anthony Brown (30) during the first half of an NFL football game in Pittsburgh, Sunday, Nov. But that's exactly what the Dallas Cowboys did on Sunday afternoon, beating the hometown Steelers 35-30 in a game that had an fantastic seven lead changes.

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  • Crosby, Rust help Penguins pull away from Maple Leafs

    Crosby, Rust help Penguins pull away from Maple Leafs

    The latest loss left the Leafs with much to be positive about, especially considering they were left with the daunting task of playing the powerhouse Pens on the second half of a back-to-back. So for now, Babcock has to get back to hammering home his version of defensive structure, one which has had plenty of success for him at various spots in his career.

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  • GOP keeps Senate control as Democrats fall short

    McConnell, who has also disagreed with Trump's views on immigration and the tone he set in his campaign, issued a statement saying Trump's election was "clearly an indication the American people would like to try something new". It will take Democratic support to pass most bills, though repeal of Obama's health care law, spending cuts and tax legislation can advance under special filibuster-proof rules.

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  • Egypt's Pharaohs Dent Ghana's Hopes Of 4th World Cup Appearance

    Egypt's Pharaohs Dent Ghana's Hopes Of 4th World Cup Appearance

    Salah put Egypt ahead with a spot-kick that just avoided the legs of diving goalkeeper Razak Brimah after Harrison Afful fouled Mahmoud Hassan. Though Egypt went knocking as early as under two minutes through a free-kick routine, it was Ghana's Mubarak Wakaso who posed the first real threat, his volley, though, calmly collected by goalkeeper El-Hadary in the fourth minute.

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  • Cardinals S Mathieu ruled out vs. 49ers

    Cardinals S Mathieu ruled out vs. 49ers

    The 49ers (1-8) lost their eighth in a row despite a strong game by Colin Kaepernick , who tied it at 20 with a 4-yard TD run with 1:55 to play. That was September 27 of previous year, when two of his first four passes were intercepted and returned for touchdowns, one by Justin Bethel, the other by Tyrann Mathieu.

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  • Beal to undergo MRI on injured hamstring

    Beal to undergo MRI on injured hamstring

    Since he played yesterday against the Cavaliers, he's not playing tonight per rehab protocol. The Wizards don't play again until Wednesday, so unless Beal feels 100 percent or close to it, they may choose to play it safe and wait until next week.

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  • Hayward, Jazz add to Miami's woes, top Heat 102-91

    Hayward, Jazz add to Miami's woes, top Heat 102-91

    The Heat missed 13 straight shots in that scoreless stretch, 10 of those to start the second half. Six Jazz players finished the night in double figures. 12, 2016, in Miami . "We've got to get out and run", center Hassan Whiteside said. "But we just have to get stops, hold teams to one shot". "It kind of went from there".

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  • Rosberg optimistic ahead of Brazilian GP

    Rosberg optimistic ahead of Brazilian GP

    If Hamilton wins on the hilly course in Sao Paulo , the season title will be decided in the final race in two weeks in Abu Dhabi. "I have had lots of great, or mixed, experiences here so it is a real challenge to try and come here and win for the first time, something that Nico (Rosberg ) and Felipe (Massa) have experienced in the past but that is my goal and I have nothing really to lose", said Hamilton.

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  • Syracuse QB Eric Dungey still being tested

    Syracuse QB Eric Dungey still being tested

    North Carolina State comes into this game with a 4-5 record on the year, fresh off a 24-20 loss to Florida State this past Saturday. Meanwhile, Dave Doeren's Wolfpack (4-5, 1-4) suffered a tough 24-20 setback at home to Florida State, as Deondre Francois threw a 19-yard touchdown pass to Travis Rudolph with 3:09 left to help the Seminoles rally despite trailing most of the night.

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  • Ron Dennis in legal bid to save McLaren CEO role

    Ron Dennis in legal bid to save McLaren CEO role

    According to Sky News , "Dennis presented the offer for McLaren from a group of unidentified investors ‎last week, a move which prompted his fellow shareholders to launch a plot to oust him as chief executive". Rosberg (left), who holds a 19-point lead on the Briton with two races remaining, will win his maiden title if he completes a hat-trick of successive wins at the Brazilian event in tomorrow morning's race.

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  • Brazil prepare to face Argentina

    Tite knows Lionel Messi can not be stopped so the Brazil coach is setting out to limit the Argentina star's influence in Thursday's CONMEBOL World Cup qualifier. 'Within all the bad things and the shit we are in, we still depend on ourselves. Icardi has 11 goals in the opening 16 games of the campaign and is Serie A's leading scorer alongside Roma hit-man Edin Dzeko.

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  • England progressing despite ill discipline - Jones

    All I knew was I was inheriting a very good side. that had oodles and oodles of talent, " Jones said. M Brown (Harlequins); M Yarde (Harlequins), E Daly (Wasps), O Farrell (Saracens), J May (Gloucester); G Ford (Bath), B Youngs (Leicester); M Vunipola (Saracens), D Hartley (Northampton, capt), D Cole (Leicester), J Launchbury ( Wasps ), C Lawes (Northampton), C Robshaw (Harlequins), T Wood (Northampton), B Vunipola (Saracens).

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  • Specter of politics hangs over US-Mexico match

    Jozy Altidore and Bobby Wood were the forwards. Mexico scored the winning goal late to hand the USA a 2-1 loss on home soil in Columbus . The 37-year-old captain flicked the ball toward the far post, putting Mexico up 2-1 and giving the USA its first home loss in 15 years in World Cup qualifying play.

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  • Ireland tops WCup qualifying group after win in Austria

    Ireland tops WCup qualifying group after win in Austria

    The Wales squad gathered on the Cardiff City Stadium pitch on Friday with members of the armed services to pay their respects at 11am with a two-minute silence. Facing Serbia evokes bitter memories for Wales . Wales were struggling to get Bale into the game and he was increasingly looking to roam to leave his mark on the action.

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  • Tony Romo Won't Be Active In Week 10 Despite Medical Clearance

    Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger vs Cowboys DT Tyrone Crawford - In all likelihood it will be too hard for the Steelers to stop the irresistible force that is the Cowboys offense. On the Saturday before the Dallas Cowboys big game with the Pittsburgh Steelers , let's take a look at the latest injury updates. "He's been doing it, Pro Bowl, like you said, at a high level".

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