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Premier League News: Concussion & 5 Substitutes To Be Implemented

The Premier League is considering introducing concussion substitutes and bringing back the five substitutes option during the 2020-21 season.  The IFAB, an organization responsible for setting the laws of soccer games, discussed the possibility of…

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UEFA Champions League Last 16 Draw

The 2020-21 UEFA Champions League last 16 draw was announced on Dec. 14 in Nyon, Switzerland.  The winning 16 teams from the group stages were separated into two pots. One-pot included the teams that finished…

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Golden State Warriors Trade For Kelly Oubre Jr.

The trades continue as the Golden State Warriors have traded for Kelly Oubre Jr. The Warriors were reported to have traded for Oubre Jr, from the Oklahoma City Thunder in exchange for the Warrior’s 2021…

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UEFA Champions League Group Stages Matchday 1

The UEFA Champions League group stage fixtures are always a joy to watch. It is always exciting to see the best teams in Europe competing against one another. Club Brugge defeated FC Zenit Saint Petersburg,…

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Manuel Neuer, Bayern Munich’s Legendary Goalkeeper, Keeps On Winning

During the past few years, Manuel Neuer, Germany international and Bayern Munich goalkeeper, has proven to be among the greatest football players of his generation. Neuer has been a vital player for both his club…

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Biggest Riser & Faller Post-Bubble NBA Awards

With the conference finals underway the NBA released it’s all NBA team selections-awards voted on by the media in an attempt to distill the best players of every season: First: LeBron James, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Luka…

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Giants Play ‘Black National Anthem,’ “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” Prior To Home Opener

The San Francisco Giants, who were the first team to show solidarity with the BLM movement in calling for racial justice for systematic racism and police brutality in America when the MLB season resumed last…

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NBA To Have Black Lives Matter Printed On Orlando Courts

Displays of solidarity from the NBA for the Black Lives Matter Movement continue. When the league unveiled the courts that games will be played on during the Orlando restart, the words “Black Lives Matter” were…

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Jack Nicklaus Reveals That He & Wife Tested Positive For Coronavirus

During a CBS telecast on Sunday of the Memorial Golf Tournament, golfing legend Jack Nicklaus, 80, revealed that he and his wife Barbara tested positive for COVID-19 early on in the pandemic–around March. Being that…

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Brooks Koepka & Webb Simpson Drop Out Of Travelers Championship Due To COVID-19

With the return of golf this past month, many on the PGA tour are at risk of being exposed to the virus. The fear of contracting the virus has gotten to Brooks Koepka and Webb…

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Shaquille O’Neal Explains His Appearance In Netflix Series ‘Tiger King’

Since the release of Netflix’s docu-series Tiger King which is based on the controversial life of exotic animal zoo-keeper Joseph Maldonado-Passage, animal rights activists have expressed outrage over the mistreatment of animals by a man…

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Dana White Bashes Fighter Yoel Romero For Poor Performance In UFC 248 Main Event With Israel Adesanya

UFC 248 had its share of exciting fights Saturday night, but unfortunately the main event wasn’t one of them. In the heavily anticipated middleweight championship title fight between Israel Adesanya and Yoel Romero, both fighters barely landed…

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Kent State Wins First Ever Bowl Game In 100 Year Program History

The Kent State Golden Flashes defeated Utah State 51-41 in the Tropical Smoothie Cafe Frisco Bowl on Friday, winning their first-ever bowl game. For the first time  in the 99 year history of Kent State…

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Minnesota Twins Prospect Ryan Costello Found Dead At Age 23

Ryan Costello, Minnesota Twins prospect was found dead, at age 23, in New Zealand only days after joining the Australian Baseball League. Questions were being asked when Costello didn’t attend practice on Monday just days…

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Penn State Alum Blasted For ‘Racist’ Letter About Jonathan Sutherland’s Dreadlocks

A Penn State alum is under fire this week for penning a letter addressing his concerns for the appearance of safety Jonathan Sutherland. 📽️ Four Downs ft. safety @jay_suth ⤵️#WeAre pic.twitter.com/5VFiJqEreB — Penn State Football…

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NFL Hall Of Fame Game Preview

The NFL is back… sort of. The NFL preseason kicks off on Thursday night with the annual Hall of Fame game at Tom Benson Field in Canton, Ohio. It has been 25 years since the…

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Atletico Madrid Blanks MLS All-Star Team In Friendly 3-0 Match

The new-and-improved Atletico Madrid squad had a statement win on Wednesday night when they dispatched the MLS All-Star team 3-0 at a drenched Exploria Stadium. The game was a goalless bout until the 43rd minute…

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Bengals Receiver A.J. Green Out 6-8 Weeks With Ankle Injury

In what seems to be a yearly tradition, Cincinnati Bengals All-Pro receiver A.J. Green is hurt again. This time, before the season even begins. Green, the most important cog for the Bengals offensively, is expected…

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Tigers’ Nicholas Castellanos Says Comerica Park Is “A Joke” Because Of Center-Field Dimensions

Despite hitting a walk-off home run against the Toronto Blue Jays on Sunday to snap a six-game losing streak, Detroit Tigers outfielder Nicholas Castellanos is not a fan of his home ballpark’s outfield dimensions. “This…

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Falcons Re-Sign Deion Jones, Grady Jarrett

Coming off a disappointing, injury-riddled season, the Atlanta Falcons are locking up several key members of their core this offseason. The two most recent re-signings by the Falcons are defensive tackle Grady Jarrett and linebacker…

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