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  • Hurts, No. 1 Alabama race past No. 16 Auburn, 30-12

    Hurts, No. 1 Alabama race past No. 16 Auburn, 30-12

    Alabama will play the Florida Gators in the 2016 SEC Championship Game on Saturday, Dec. 3. One play later he sat in the pocket behind excellent protection, went through his reads and checked down to Damien Harris for a 17-yard touchdown. What a remarkable run. Most of this defense will be in the pros next year, so enjoy the few games we have left to watch them all play together. It's just getting my opportunities; that's really it.

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  • Conor McGregor stripped of featherweight title

    Conor McGregor stripped of featherweight title

    It appears that Max Holloway vs. Anthony Pettis will be elevated to main event and championship status at UFC 206 in Canada. McGregor hasn't made any public statement about giving up the featherweight title as of yet. McGregor, 28, is expected to take off time from the Octagon to start 2017 due to the birth of his first child. He never defended it, instead losing, then beating Nate Diaz in welterweight bouts and thrashing Eddie Alvarez earlier this month to hoist the lightweight hardware.

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  • Sissoko calls for Tottenham to scrap Wembley and return 'home'

    Sissoko calls for Tottenham to scrap Wembley and return 'home'

    Spurs slumped to their third defeat in five games in Europe's elite club competition when they went down 2-1 to Monaco at the Stade Louis II to end their hopes of reaching the last 16 with a group game still to play. The last time Tottenham won away at Chelsea , Dele Alli and last week's goalscorer Harry Winks were still six years away from being born. "That's all I said after Monaco".

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  • Real Madrid boo-boys turn on Benzema

    Real Madrid boo-boys turn on Benzema

    We have to think that we must keep going and wish him a speedy recovery". Bale has been key all season for Real, who lead the La Liga standings and have qualified for the Champions League round of 16. Now we'll move on to the next game. Real top the standings on 33 points, six ahead of Sevilla in second and seven ahead of Barcelona , who visit Real Sociedad on Sunday.

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  • Harry Kane responds to Manchester United interest amid contract talks

    Harry Kane responds to Manchester United interest amid contract talks

    Spurs go into the match on the back of that 3-2 win over West Ham on Saturday and Kane, who scored twice late on to hand his side a dramatic victory, said: "If we'd lost, it would have been hard to get going again for Tuesday". Tomorrow is the most important but we have Chelsea Saturday and the level of the players is important. 'It's a feeling that we never want to feel again as a football club.

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  • Pochettino: "Spurs must make Wembley our home"

    With a Europa League spot all that's left for Tottenham to play for in their final Champions League fixture, The Telegraph is reporting that Spurs are considering leaving Wembley for White Hart Lane should they qualify. Chelsea have lost captain John Terry for two to three weeks whilst John Obi Mikel will also miss the match through injury. Tottenham have a number of selection issues, with Toby Alderweireld failing to recover in time from a knee injury and reported Chelsea ...

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  • Second Half Collapse Sees Missouri Stun Arkansas

    Second Half Collapse Sees Missouri Stun Arkansas

    Witter had just five carries for 12 yards, but an early injury gave way to Nate Strong as the primary ball carrier. Mizzou wraps up the season 4-8, but the Tigers won two of their last three games and gained 740 yards in the loss in between.

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  • Rooney apologises to England chiefs over 'inappropriate' images

    England's Wayne Rooney is shown a yellow card for this challenge on Scotland's Leigh Griffiths during their 2018 World Cup Qualifying European Zone - Group F match at Wembley Stadium, London, November 11, 2016. I'm not aware of anything else. "And once you have a team full of those players then we'll have a lot of success". "Someone will have to review it".

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  • Southampton: Puel wants positive welcome for Koeman

    Southampton: Puel wants positive welcome for Koeman

    He'll get a good reception from the lads but I'm not sure what the fan's reception will be like", Rodriguez said. I can not change opinions, feelings of Southampton fans. Prior to the worldwide break, Southampton had won just one of their last three league games; losing 2-1 to relegation candidates Hull City before holding Liverpool to a goalless draw last time out.

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  • Wayne Rooney urges football sexual abuse victims to speak out

    Wayne Rooney urges football sexual abuse victims to speak out

    NSPCC chief executive Peter Wanless said: "There must be no hiding place for sexual abuse in our national game, and there may be many others who suffered through such horrors as young players but have never come forward". The Red Devils captain, who played alongside Gerrard for England for over 12 years, hailed the former Liverpool midfielder as "one of the best there has ever been" following his retirement.

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  • Murray ends season as No. 1, beats Djokovic at ATP finals

    Murray ends season as No. 1, beats Djokovic at ATP finals

    Djokovic's path to the final was far more routine as he brushed aside Japan's Kei Nishikori on the hard courts, 6-1, 6-1. Murray effectively ended Wawrinka's resistance with a clinical volley that secured another break in the third game and prompted the frustrated Swiss star to smash two racquets and draw a code violation.

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  • Novak Djokovic beats Dominic Thiem in London

    Sunday afternoon's match sees the four-time defending champion Novak Djokovic take on first time qualifier Dominic Thiem in an intriguing starter at 2pm United Kingdom time. "He's having a great year so far, number one player, that's great to see, a new number one player", he said. Murray, who revealed his preparations would not include a trip to Wembley for Scotland's World Cup qualifier against England, said: "The first few years here I played well".

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  • Jose Mourinho: 'Arsenal draw feels like a defeat'

    Arsenal do not need to beat the French champions after all, as a draw will be enough to keep us on top of the group and as long as PSG do not score a couple of times then they will have to make up a three point goal difference in the final match to knock us off top spot.

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  • Arsenal boss Wenger denies Sanchez risk

    He, and he alone, chose to buy Lucas Perez instead. "[Sanchez] has recovered completely. I was fit for a good few weeks before the Swansea game with training, and it was the training that I needed, but you can never replicate the game", Jones added.

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  • English Premier League power rankings - week 12

    After finishing 10th in the Premier League last season, Chelsea had a less than convincing start to the campaign with defeats against Liverpool and Arsenal most notable. A statistic in Alonso's favour is Chelsea winning six out of six without conceding a goal in the league since Conte brought him into his starting line-up and turned to a 3-4-3 formation that has yielded remarkable results.

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  • Five images that sum up Southampton v Liverpool

    The Reds boss also admitted that his side may have to cope with more teams playing to frustrate them in the not-too distant future, as Southampton did on Saturday and Manchester United did a few weeks previous. "We can not only play counter attack, we can not only play high press, we have to be prepared for everything". Southampton boss Claude Puel insisted his side did not change their approach to counter the attacking threat of their opponents and was pleased to return from the ...

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  • Elliott exceeding lofty expectations for NFL-leading Cowboys

    It's something we've got to focus on, something you're aware of". The Cowboys rushing game goes through Ezekiel Elliott and the big boys on the offense line . It wasn't a punitive thing as much as reality of the current situation they were in. Abel Salazar says, "Even when they lose we are still going to represent them".

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  • DeAndre Levy inactive for 10th straight Lions game

    The Lions already have one victory over the Vikings this season, winning an overtime thriller in Week 9. He was 6-for-6 passing with a touchdown to Anquan Boldin and looked more like a dude tossing the pigskin to his uncovered buddies like Thanksgiving is for most 28-year-olds.

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  • Saina enters second round of Hong Kong Super Series

    Saina enters second round of Hong Kong Super Series

    She will be facing Singapore's Xiaoyu Liang in the quarterfinals on Friday. On the other hand, Sindhu achieved a contrasting victory of that of Saina's and she sailed into the second round easily. Ajay Jayaram also qualified for the quarterfinals of the tournament with a 21-18, 21-19 victory over Huang Yuxiang. Sameer had earlier defeated Japan's Takuma Ueda 22-20 21-18 in the first round on Wednesday.

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  • Saints' European hopes in the balance

    Southampton instead must draw 0-0 or win at home to Hapoel Be'er Sheva in December, a disappointing outcome their 2,000 travelling fans voiced when booing them off. The Czech side were more willing to attack after the restart but they couldn't add to their lead, while Southampton didn't manage a shot on target in the second half.

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  • Ohio State vs. That Team Up North: The Trailer

    Ohio State vs. That Team Up North: The Trailer

    In fact, Navy's earlier win over Houston looking better was probably a big factor in Navy finally moving into the rankings this week. After a dismal performance Thursday night at Houston, they've got no room to complain. This situation is similar to Wisconsin, and it depends on Ohio State beating MI (which is probable, since the game is at Ohio State ). How can a 42-36 loss to Clemson Oct.

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  • Barca held at home by nine-man Malaga

    Barca held at home by nine-man Malaga

    Pique, however, refused to use the missing pair as an excuse after Barca fell four points behind leader and arch-rival Real Madrid. Messi was ruled out just hours before kickoff because he was ill and had vomited, the club had said. Frustrations were building for the home fans, but Barca were given a major boost 22 minutes from time when the otherwise excellent Llorente was given a straight red card after his lunging challenge, which was cynical rather than risky, brought down Neymar ...

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  • Jurgen Klinsmann out as coach of US soccer team

    Feilhaber, who scored a memorable game-winning goal against Mexico in the 2007 Gold Cup final and was on the field for Landon Donovan's last-gasp strike against Algeria at the 2010 World Cup, had not played for the USA since a friendly against South Korea in February 2014.

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  • Bills WR Watkins returns to practice, status uncertain

    The Bills (5-5), who rank last in the league in passing yards per game and 29th in passing average, desperately need Watkins back to stay in playoff contention. Offensive coordinator Greg Roman was replaced by Anthony Lynn in the same week Watkins was placed on IR. When it was clear Watkins wasn't fully healthy, the team shut him down for at least eight weeks .

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  • Hill scores 22 in return, Jazz beat Nuggets 108-83

    Hill scores 22 in return, Jazz beat Nuggets 108-83

    Jazz: Host the Nuggets on Wednesday night. The first quarter was all Nuggets . Snyder said he asked the players on Tuesday what they wanted to do for the holiday, and the players agreed they wanted to come in and practice. Jazz: PF Derrick Favors missed his third straight game with a bruised left knee, while PG George Hill missed his eighth consecutive game with a sprained thumb.

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  • Why are Arsenal scared of big teams like Man United?

    Why are Arsenal scared of big teams like Man United?

    We had chances to kill the game at 2-0 but out of nothing, 1-1. "They could not be Arsenal the way they normally play football". Yesterday's result in fact extended Mourinho's unbeaten run against Wenger's Arsenal to 12 league games, but that was of little consolation after a contest United dominated.

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  • Officiating error acknowledged at end of Michigan State game

    Officiating error acknowledged at end of Michigan State game

    The Eagles inbounded the ball and the clock started immediately, hitting zero before Simmons could release his shot, which missed. By the time the pass reached Simmons, the buzzer had sounded and the game was over. After leading by 16 points in the second half, the Musketeers needed three free throws from Bluiett in the final 19.7 seconds to seal it. ( 8) Virginia 62, Yale 38: Marial Shayok scored 15 points and Cavaliers (3-0) held the Bulldogs (2-1) scoreless for a stretch of almost 9 ...

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  • Jets give QB Petty first career start vs. Rams

    Jets give QB Petty first career start vs. Rams

    See if he can connect with the wide-open Robby Anderson he missed Sunday , when a deep shot with just over a minute remaining in the first half sailed over Anderson's outstretched hands. Case Keenum continued to start at quarterback for Los Angeles, finishing the game scoreless with 165 yards passing while completing 17 of 30 attempts.

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  • Paul, Griffin lead Clippers to 123-115 win over Raptors

    Paul, Griffin lead Clippers to 123-115 win over Raptors

    The Raptors got pasted 42-32 on the boards and rank just 21st in rebound percentage, a better measure of boarding acumen than rebounds per game. Playing without key starters in Dirk Nowitzki, Deron Williams and Andrew Bogut, the Mavs were always in for a tough night, but they were able to really make a game of it thanks to 23 points from Seth Curry and 20 points apiece from Harrison Barnes and Wesley Matthews.

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  • The New York Giants are back and so is Jason Pierre-Paul

    The New York Giants are back and so is Jason Pierre-Paul

    At some point next year or the year after, some dividends will be reaped from Ryan Pace's first two drafts and they could be significant. Injuries made the Bears offense an easier target for the Giants defense as tight end Zach Miller and left guard Josh Sitton left the game and left a paltry cupboard even barer as the day went on.

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  • Murray wins London title, holds No. 1 ranking

    Murray wins London title, holds No. 1 ranking

    Djokovic coasted past Japan's Kei Nishikori 6-1 6-1 in just one hour and six minutes in his semi. "It is something I never expected", the Briton added. "He was just a better player all in all". However, Murray beat the Serb to win his first Italian Open title in May and surged past him in the rankings by winning his last four tournaments.

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  • Raiders Staying In Oakland?

    Raiders Staying In Oakland?

    Schaaf had been working with an investment group led by former Raider and NFL Hall of Famer Ronnie Lott in an effort to keep the team in Oakland . She will now meet with city council and representatives from the area in in-camera sessions for the remainder of the week to further outline the deal.

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  • In first meeting, Obama and Trump lay foundation for transfer of power

    In first meeting, Obama and Trump lay foundation for transfer of power

    In his campaign speeches, Obama cast Trump as an erratic and perhaps unstable political novice who shouldn't be allowed near the nuclear codes. Their meeting lasted well over an hour. "I look forward to dealing with the president in the future, including counsel", he said. The Obamas may have been cordial hosts to the Trumps at the White House on Thursday, but they skipped one long-standing tradition for current and future first couples.

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  • Jimmy Butler's 40 points boost Bulls past Lakers, 118-110

    Jimmy Butler's 40 points boost Bulls past Lakers, 118-110

    If only that was the lone problem. He scored 28 points on Saturday, but the Bulls are monitoring their 34-year-old guard's long-term health. "With Dwyane out, we're going to play through Jimmy a lot", Hoiberg said. Russell depended more on his 3-point shot (2-of-9) because of lingering pain after missing Friday's game against San Antonio because of a sore left knee.

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  • Ravens beat Browns black and blue

    Ravens beat Browns black and blue

    This made Cleveland the first team since 2011 to call a timeout before the first snap. That uptick in competition starts in 10 days when the NFC's best team, the Dallas Cowboys, hosts the Ravens in North Texas and that's followed by a key divisional game against Cincinnati in the Charm City.

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