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Mike Brown questions punishing an often-disciplined player with a $112,000 fine for plays on which there were no flags.
Twitter is a one-way street of reckless driving; we are all in such a hurry to be right, we never consider if we are wrong.
The disgruntled running back has been a holdout all season long.
Somehow, Carmelo Anthony appears to be part of this whole mess.
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Yasiel Puig’s three-run home run seals 5-1 win, sets up Series showdown vs. Boston.
Defensive lapses, continued issues on the glass doom Washington in last game before long trip.
Tigers dominate in every facet, rendering an unbeaten foe a piece of carrion on what looks like a certain trip back to the College Football Playoff.
A 24-14 first-half lead was flipped to a 49-24 deficit by the fourth quarter of the Midshipmen’s fourth consecutive loss.
The Little Hoyas beat up Landon, 28-0, on Saturday.
Messi's arm was pinned underneath him and bent at an awkward angle during Barcelona's match.
Boston's ace said the stomach illness that kept him from starting Game 5 against the Astros was caused by irritation from a piercing.