• Gailey knows it's on him to solve Jets' offensive woes

    Gailey knows it's on him to solve Jets' offensive woes

    New York Jets quarterback Geno Smith was bad in his first two years in the NFL. At the National Football League fall meetings in Houston on Wednesday, Jets owner Woody Johnson said it was coach Bowles' call to go with Smith with the Jets sinking at 1-5 and on a four-game losing streak.

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  • Georgia Game Moved To Sunday

    Tentative time for release is noon ET. The University of SC stated that their campus will be closed Saturday, and that the university would resume their normal operations on Sunday. The South Carolina Department of Transportation, South Carolina Department of Public Safety, SLED, Department of Natural Resources, and the National Guard plan to remove the lane reversal on I-26 Friday morning.

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  • Formula One star Hamilton snaps pic, takes all questions

    Hamilton arrives at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas , 33 points adrift of Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg in the world championship race with just four rounds left. It's a great circuit, with some really challenging sections and a few good opportunities for overtaking. "I've been out here for a week already so I'm looking forward to fighting again".

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  • Gianluca Vialli: What amazes me about Chelsea manager Antonio Conte

    However, Conte ignored the request and he justified his decision after the game. I always take responsibility in positive or negative situations. "I said to my players the Premier League is so long and we have to achieve 40 points". It has been a good start to life at Stamford Bridge for the Italian, but still he was dogged by rumours of been the next manager to be sacked during the week; Conte dismissed those rumours and talked about his side's great performance.

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  • Supreme Court to give their verdict today on Lodha recommendations

    Supreme Court to give their verdict today on Lodha recommendations

    The court said it could not help the BCCI unless it came clear on all the recommendations by the Lodha panel that the Board has accepted and also those which it would implement within a time frame. Mr Sibal sought more time from the court to "persuade" the Board's state associations to implement the recommendations. Subramanium had pointed out the inconsistencies in the affidavits provided by Thakur and the BCCI's general manager games and development Ratnakar Shetty.

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  • Dodgers Star Adrian Gonzalez Refused to Stay at Trump Tower

    Dodgers Star Adrian Gonzalez Refused to Stay at Trump Tower

    But even if the Dodgers had been able to work it out at the Trump, at least one player would have found different accommodations. The Dodgers aren't staying at the Trump International during their NLCS matchup with the Cubs, the team told the Press-Telegram, because of logistical problems.

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  • Klopp wary of threat from respect-promised Rooney

    High-flying Liverpool welcome an inconsistent Manchester United to Anfield on Monday night - here's how they will line up. They won their first (three) games. Klopp insisted that it was "always difficult" coming up against Mourinho because he "always has good teams behind him" and he creates "a big challenge" which he believes is also "how it is this time ".

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  • Spurs have strength to overcome Alderweireld's absence

    This was the first of seven games in 23 days and Pochettino will be anxiously waiting for a positive outcome. "He got a heavy knock on his leg and we will see what happens". The Spurs head coach was even more unsettled on the hour when Alderweireld collided with Vertonghen in the penalty area, falling awkwardly to the floor.

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  • No. 20 West Virginia Unbeaten, Drops Texas Tech 48-17

    While fans of the Red Raiders are famous for their flying tortillas, expect to see a lot of flying footballs from Kliff Kingsbury's offense , which has been making a name for itself again since the former Tech quarterback returned to Lubbock to takeover the program.

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  • Walk-off error caps Jays' sweep of Rangers

    The first two games of the series were a mirror images of last year's ALDS, when Texas came to Toronto and won twice only to lose the next three. Beltre hit.182 with no homers and no RBIs as the Rangers were swept out of the postseason for the first time since back-to-back ALDS losses to the New York Yankees in 1998 and 1999.

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  • Offense choppy, Packers D gets to Giants in 23-16 win

    Offense choppy, Packers D gets to Giants in 23-16 win

    On the very next play, Manning was sacked and he fumbled. Losing teams fail to take advantage of deficiencies such as the shorthanded Packers secondary. Randall had a groin injury that limited him in practice all week, while Shields will miss his third straight game because of a concussion. ON THE CORNER: Giants cornerback Janoris Jenkins had two interceptions in the first half, one coming on third-and-6 at the Giants 21 after a pass deflected off receiver Jordy Nelson's hands.

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  • LeBron James & Lil Yachty Appear In Sprite Commercial

    LeBron James & Lil Yachty Appear In Sprite Commercial

    The Atlanta rapper appears with Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James in a quirky new ad campaign for Sprite . The clip starts with the National Basketball Association star breaking the fourth wall of the TV spot, showing the actual crew and saying he refuses to tell people to drink the popular beverage.

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  • Gruden: Redskins TE Reed being evaluated for concussion

    Gruden: Redskins TE Reed being evaluated for concussion

    Another concussion would certainly be troubling for Reed, who has dealt with head injuries in college and in the NFL. Washington defensive back Su'a Cravens (36), here talking to an official during a game September 25, said in a social-media post he has permanent vision damage as the result of a concussion.

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  • Polls show razor-thin race in 2 of the biggest battleground states

    Polls show razor-thin race in 2 of the biggest battleground states

    Trump's best path to get the 270 electoral votes needed to win the White House is by sweeping North Carolina and OH, as well as Florida and Pennsylvania. That poll, performed by Baldwin Wallace University and released Wednesday, showed Clinton leading Trump 43 percent to 34 percent. Twelve percent say they don't know who they'll support.

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  • Chelsea To Switch From Adidas To Nike Next Season

    Chelsea To Switch From Adidas To Nike Next Season

    Nike will start providing uniforms during the 2017-2018 season and will outfit the first team as well as the Academy and women's teams. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but the Financial Times reports that the deal is worth 60 million pounds ($73 million) annually over 15 years, amounting to a 900-million-pound ($1.1 billion) deal.

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  • 49ers name Colin Kaepernick starting quarterback

    But Chip Kelly, the team's head coach, announced today that Kaepernick won't be on the bench this Sunday. The mere chance that Kaepernick can play like he did in 2012 and 2013 is the sole reason why the Niners need to give him every possible opportunity, but just keep in mind, the roster is bad.

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  • 17M-plus tweets sent about the debate, most ever

    Trump's remarks drew widespread and bipartisan condemnation as un-American. "Nice", he said. "One on three". He said the GOP's pacing and body language at Sunday's debate backed up that characterization. The Democratic presidential candidate said Trump spent his time attacking "when he should have been apologizing". Former Attorney General Eric Holder, who served under President Barack Obama, blasted Trump on Twitter .

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  • Scherzer embraces spotlight for Game 5 vs. Dodgers

    The Nationals were leading the best-of-five series 2-1, but the Dodgers levelled it up thanks to Utley's go-ahead single at the bottom of the eighth inning which earned a 6-5 win. "If we have outs left, we know we have a good chance to win the game". Kershaw also doubled and walked in three plate appearances. The most expensive NLDS games to get into were Games 1 and 2 in Chicago, which went for an average of $306, according to SeatGeek.

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