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The conference hasn't been great against the spread in late-season games against college football's lesser lights.
The late timing of the NFL's decision messed up so many travel plans.
No, they probably aren’t going to ‘sell the team,’ so the only mistake is to let them steal your joy.
In Monday night's blockbuster matchup between the Rams and Chiefs, Donald, a disruptive force on L.A.'s defensive line, might the best player on the field.
Sampson Coe and his wife are in the midst of a one-year journey around the world. He packed well.
It doesn't get any better for the Bears, who face the Lions on Thanksgiving Day, but, as Aaron Rodgers put it, "maybe something to talk about when the next CBA comes up.”
For the Wizards' Troy Brown Jr., practicing patience while waiting for an opportunity comes with the territory of being a rookie at a stacked position.
The seventh-round rookie has been called on in relief of injured starter Quinton Dunbar.
The weekend's best game will take place in a baseball stadium.
The Bronx Bombers could be in the market for a player such as the slugging infielder, but the team's owner says Machado's playoff remarks "ain’t going to sell where we play baseball.”
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Dillon Danis, who was the target of Khabib Nurmagomedov during the post-UFC 229 melee last month, also had his ban extended, as did a cousin of Nurmagomedov.
Backup goaltender Pheonix Copley impressed, but Washington ultimately couldn’t match powerful Winnipeg.
Terrapins limit GW to 18 percent shooting and force 19 turnovers for fifth consecutive win against their cross-town rival.
The show, "Million Dollar Mile," will involve "a group of elite athletes" trying to stop competitors from completing an obstacle course.
Washington also signed the goaltending coach for the University of Manitoba women’s hockey team to be its emergency goaltender for the night.
Scherzer led the National League in most categories, but DeGrom and Snell were rewarded for pitching to sub-2.00 ERAs.