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Jim Harbaugh Rips Purdue's Facilities, Calls Hit on Wilton Speight 'Egregious'


Harbaugh said all of the coaches are doing a good job: "As long as Don Brown's good, I'm good". The hit warranted no flag on the play, to which Harbaugh was surprised. And, mainly, the health and safety of the players. The facilities at Purdue are not up to an acceptable standard, according to Jim Harbaugh . And he agreed the Big Ten needs some locker room reform. Read More »

Tyrod Taylor was laughing at Von Miller's "unsportsmanlike" act


I've closed games 50 million times. The most recent Bronco to lose an endorsement over kneeling during the anthem was Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall, a former college teammate of Colin Kaepernick , the onetime San Francisco 49ers QB who started the trend as a way to express concerns about police brutality against people of color. Read More »

Aaron Judge Hits 2 More Homers to Break Mark McGwire's Rookie Record


The 49th came courtesy of an opposite-field bomb in the bottom of third inning off the Kansas City Royals' Jake Junis . McGwire has the numbers to be a Hall of Famer with 583 home runs of his own, including a then-league record 70 in 1998, but his links to steroids have kept him out of Cooperstown. Read More »

LeBron James on protests: 'My voice is more important than my knee'


James referred to Trump as "that guy", and defended his decision to call the president a "bum" - in what quickly became one of Twitter's most-shared posts ever. "It's not about disrespect for the flag and military and people who served", he said. James said he has spoken to Wade, and plans to again. At a rally in Alabama on Friday, Trump controversially called for National Football League owners to terminate players who don't respect the anthem. Read More »

Chelsea boss Conte takes high road over Costa rift


It was Morata's first Chelsea hat-trick in a tie in which Stoke were the better side for much of the encounter, but ruthlessly punished for defensive lapses. "I've been surprised that Morata has found the right chemistry with his team mates so quickly", he said. Given that Morata has now scored six times in as many Premier League games that is an argument that holds water but the anti-Semitic references to Tottenham were absent in the Bet 365 Stadium. Read More »

NFL Week 3 Ratings Down, Sort Of, But Not Really

CBS' own late-afternoon National Football League coverage propelled Sunday's other big efforts: the new season of 60 Minutes and a sampling of new CBS All Access drama Star Trek Discovery . As for the latest entry in the Star Trek franchise, telling numbers will come later Sunday. The solid opening is a positive sign for what CBS has acknowledged is a risky strategy, bit also one it hopes will yield rewards. Read More »

Cavaliers expect guard Thomas to play in games by January


Thomas has begun running and doing on-court activities as he rehabilitates the injury, which prematurely ended his postseason with the Celtics. Thomas, who was acquired from the Boston Celtics in a trade for Kyrie Irving last month, suffered a torn labrum in his right hip last season, which eventually caused him to sit out the last three games of the Celtics' loss to the Cavs in the Eastern Conference finals. Read More »

Texans at Patriots: Highlights, score and recap


The boos the team received during the fourth quarter when the offense was stalling for a couple of drives again reminds me of how spoiled Patriots fans have been during this century. According to the Texans, it's only the second time in the BCS era that the quarterbacks for the reigning NCAA champion and National Football League champion have played against each other. Read More »

Spartak Moscow v Liverpool


Karius is yet to wholly impress between the sticks, with the Reds' crumbling defence piling pressure on Klopp's goalkeepers . Spartak have been widely inconsistent in the Russian Premier League so far this season with three wins, four draws and three losses from their opening 10 games . Read More »

Steelers Art Rooney II releases statement on team's decision about national anthem


The Steelers held team-wide discussions prior to their game on Sunday with players trying to reach an agreement on how they would conduct themselves during the anthem. When someone asked Tomlin about Villanueva coming out for the anthem, Tomlin reassured his stance saying "Like I said , I was looking for 100 percent participation, we were gonna be respectful of our football team". Read More »

A breathtaking Dybala helped Juve mortify Torino in Derby della Mole !


The Derby della Mole , is the local derby, played out between Turin's most prominent football clubs Juventus and Torino . Not long ago, the Bianconeri gave information in a new contract signed by Dybala on April 13 last-duration of five seasons or until June 2022-not listed the amount of buy-out clause or release. Read More »

Chelsea Boss praises Morata, flawless for Premier League


Alvaro Morata's scintillating start to his Premier League career continued on Saturday, with the Spaniard netting a superb hat-trick as Chelsea blitzed Stoke 4-0 at the Britannia. I think now he's involved totally in our style of football, in our idea. Chelsea manager Antonio Conte is relishing the prospect of facing Atlético Madrid in the Champions League on Wednesday, having taken no part in the prestigious competition last season, the Italian told the Chelsea website . Read More »

Suffers both torn ACL and broken arm


Defensive Tackle Fletcher Cox left with a calf injury and linebacker Jordan Hicks left with an ankle injury. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Sproles will undergo surgery on both injuries, ending his season, per a source informed of the situation. Read More »

97-year-old WWII veteran kneels in support of protesting National Football League players


Gilmore went on to tweet,"Grandpa has been an ally to the civil rights movement for many years. We want to make people live". The paper reported that Middlemas has always been about the pursuit of justice. Middlemas says he hopes his view will resonate. Gilmore's tweet has been liked more than 330,000 times and retweeted from than 125,000 times. When asked about his feelings about the president, the veteran told the newspaper that the president is "garbage-mouthed" and that he does not ... Read More »

AFL Finals 2017: Trent Cotchin cleared for AFL grand final


In explaining the decision not to lay a rough-conduct charge, the MRP said Cotchin was seeking to win the ball and contact was not unreasonable under the circumstances. In a clean run for the panel, the MRP also cleared Richmond's Brandon Ellis for his contact on the Giants' Lachie Whitfield , arguing he was contesting the ball. Read More »

Dzumhur beats Fognini for maiden title


Third seed Fognini, who had saved two match points against top seed Roberto Bautista Agut in the semi-finals, cruised through the opening set with two breaks of serve, but crucially lost four games in a row from 4-4 in the second. I've played two times on the clay with Dzumhur and I expect a hard match tomorrow". "But I knew that I could break him again and I was returning better. Read More »

Jose Mourinho learns his fate after being sent-off at Southampton

Powerful duo Romelu Lukaku and Nemanja Matic - both well over six feet in height - arrived at Old Trafford during the summer transfer window. Lukaku already has a couple of chants in his honour, although one to the tune of the Stone Roses' Made of Stone has caused controversy as it references the size of his penis - a song the striker hopes will stop. Read More »

Pete mayor extends invite to Curry, Golden State Warriors


Considering the Trump administration recently went after ESPN's Jemele Hill (an African American woman) for a negative tweet about the president, many see Trump's latest remarks as a continuation of inherent racism. Curry said he contacted the company to voice his opposition to Plank's comments. Curry commented on the decision by saying, "By acting and not going, hopefully that will inspire some change when it comes to what we tolerate in this country, what is accepted and what we turn a ... Read More »

Premier League Predictions: Man United's Southampton test


Roy Hodgson, manager of Crystal Palace , looks on during the Premier League match against Manchester City . Manchester United eased to a comfortable win courtesy of goals from Romelu Lukaku , Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Anthony Martial and Antonio Valencia. Read More »

Broncos fall to Bills, 26-16, in Buffalo


The Broncos are in Buffalo taking on the Bills and looking for their third win in-a-row. Buffalo kicker Stephen Hauschka drilled a 49-yarder for the tie with 2:51 left in the half. They also intercepted Dak Prescott twice, with Aqib Talib salting the game away with a 103-yard interception return for a touchdown. "And that front comes and gets you, so they're tough to deal with". Read More »

Promes a doubt for Spartak's Liverpool clash


The Reds trained at Melwood on Monday morning ahead of their flight out to Moscow later in the day, with Klopp set to hold his pre-match press conference at 5pm (BST). The 20-year-old has shared right-back duties with Trent Alexander-Arnold this season, with the latter now expected to start in Russian Federation. Spartak are not having the best of seasons domestically, now sitting seventh in the Russian Premier League . Read More »

LeBron James Calls Donald Trump a 'Bum'

Following that, Trump singled out Curry in a tweet and said that the invitation to the Warriors had been withdrawn as a result. LeBron James slammed Donald Trump after he withdrew Stephen Curry's invitation to the White House . Read More »

Man U to check CCTV to find offensive Lukaku chant culprits

However, they've now been asked to stop doing this by anti-racist campaigners, who say that it's racial stereotyping. He told a news conference on Friday: "When I see the match last Wednesday, the attacking players - Martial, Rashford, [Juan] Mata, Lingard - which one deserves to be on the bench?" United's win keeps them level on 16 points with league leaders Manchester City, whose 5-0 thrashing of Crystal Palace has given them a goal-difference advantage of four. Read More »

NIA quizzes KTMF president, Kashmir University scholar in funding case


While extending support to the September 25 (Monday) shutdown call the leaders said that the Government of India was using National Investigation Agency (NIA) as a war weapon against Kashmiris. Seven Hurriyat Conference leaders, a top businessman, a photojournalist and a farmer have been so far arrested in a case filed by the NIA regarding alleged funding for "subversive activities in J&K" on May 30. Read More »

Hurricane Maria is still churning towards the East Coast


Maris will NOT make a landfall on the U.S. mainland, but it will get close enough by Wednesday to produce tropical storm force winds in the coastal areas of North Carolina, along with life threatening rip currents and large swells. This dome of high pressure will remain in control of our weather for the first half of the week, before it gradually weakens and relinquishes its grip. Read More »

NBA, NCAA champs will skip White House visit after Trump attacks


And if that were all he'd said, that would've merely been odd. "The only thing you could do better is if you see it, even if it's one player, leave the stadium". In turn, Cleveland Cavaliers small forward LeBron James showed his support for Curry by tweeting at Trump. That the president apparently referred to Colin Kaepernick as a "son of a bitch" in front of a predominantly white audience in Alabama wasn't exactly subtle. Read More »

Manchester clubs keep rolling, Chelsea keeps pace


Chris Sutton believes Chelsea shouldn't be discounted from the Premier League title race this season despite the impressive form of the Manchester clubs. Manchester City have enjoyed a fine start to the season, but Pep Guardiola has revealed one his stars did not deserve to start in the opening few games. Read More »