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Manning and Beckham's success couldn't overcome a controversial two-point attempt and comical clock management in the final seconds of a 23-20 loss to the Falcons.
Taking a spin around the sports dial.
“I will beat this, I will be back, and you will see me very, very soon,” the company's 33-year-old Universal champion told a stunned audience on "Raw."
Following his Wolverines' win over the archrival Spartans, the Michigan coach says that a field-wide pregame walk by Coach Mark Dantonio's squad "could’ve been a real unfortunate incident."
The current Vancouver Canuck is sidelined due to a broken forearm and will not suit up against the Capitals on Monday night.
The Cavaliers are No. 5 and the Hokies are No. 15 as the ACC has seven representatives, the most from any conference, in the season's first poll.
Dallas is sending a first-round draft pick to the Raiders for Cooper, a two-time Pro Bowler who has struggled since the start of last season.
The D.C. sightseeing tour continues as planned, despite a crushing loss.
Receivers Jamison Crowder and Paul Richardson and running back Chris Thompson remain day-to-day.
Washington has a chance to extend its lead in the division with an upcoming stretch of winnable games.
The federation was in financial dire straits when Flynn accepted the job in June 2000. The USSF now sits on a $150 million reserve.
The former Nationals reliever admitted he did not meet expectations in Washington this season but said tweaks that the Dodgers suggested have him back on track.
The FS1 host and Dallas fan misidentified Daron Payne twice while ranting about controversial penalty.
There's a valid reason for his rooting interest: He grew up a Giants fan. (And he, you know, lives in New England.)