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    UCLA’s season comes to a close in the Women’s College World Series

    The top-ranked Sooners were startled 7-3 by UCLA in the first game of the Women’s College World Series semifinals at USA Softball Hall of Fame Stadium on Monday, but Oklahoma bounced back with a commanding 15-0, five-inning victory in the winter-takes-all Game 2. In other words, UCLA’s first performance was not sustained, resulting in the […] More

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    Jalen Rose argues that voting for Kyrie Irving was a mistake

    The All-NBA picks are perpetually controversial. The NBA released the All-NBA teams this Wednesday, and fans were able to see which media members voted for which players. Jalen Rose was the most recent media figure to incur the ire of social media users for voting Kyrie Irving to the All-NBA third team. During the pregame […] More

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    Tennessee Advances to Second Straight NCAA Final Four

    Thursday afternoon, freshman Shunsuke Mitsui prevailed in a three-set fight on court four to advance the Tennessee men’s tennis team to the NCAA Semifinals for the second straight season with a 4-3 victory against third-ranked Baylor. Despite losing the opening set to Baylor’s Finn Bass, Mitsui won the second set by tiebreak to force a […] More

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    Keyontae Johnson has registered with the NCAA’s transfer portal

    Keyontae Johnson’s narrative will take another twist this weekend, as the 2020-21 SEC Preseason Player of the Year will enter the NCAA transfer portal. Johnson has entered and will likely pursue an opportunity to play elsewhere in his last year of eligibility, according to 247Sports. Johnson took part in Florida’s Senior Day rituals this season […] More

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    Mark Emmert, president of the NCAA, resigns

    The NCAA announced Tuesday that Mark Emmert, 69, will step down as president. Emmert, who has led college sports’ premier organization since 2010, will serve in his current capacity until a new president is chosen or until June 30, 2023, whichever comes first. “Throughout my tenure, I’ve highlighted the importance of focusing on student-athletes’ experiences […] More

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    Doncic and the Mavericks overwhelm the Jazz in Game 5 to establish a 3-2 lead

    Luka Doncic wowed the audience on his return to the playoffs following a calf injury. Additionally, the Utah Jazz were irritated. The young Dallas superstar scored 33 points and 13 rebounds while also getting tossed to the ground on a harsh foul that resulted in Hassan Whiteside’s expulsion on Monday night as the Mavericks cruised […] More

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    Eagles News: Carson Wentz Sets An Unexpected Passing Record

    Carson Wentz led the Philadelphia Eagles to a 34-17 victory over the New York Giants on Sunday, clinching the NFC East in the process. Wentz also made history while doing so. Carson Wentz is also the 1st player in NFL history with 4,000 Pass Yards in a season without a 500-yard WR. — ESPN […] More

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    Browns News: Freddie Kitchens Fired After One Season

    The Cleveland Browns have fired head coach Freddie Kitchens following a disappointing 6-10 season, Adam Schefter first reported. Browns fired Freddie Kitchens, per @mortreport and me. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 30, 2019 The decision comes just hours after the Browns lost 23-33 to the Cincinnati Bengals. Immediately following the game, Ian Rapoport tweeted that […] More

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    Lakers News: LeBron James Clears the Air About Situation with Kyle Kuzma’s Trainer

    Criticism came down heavy on the Lakers and LeBron James following their disappointing Christmas Day loss to the cross-court rival Clippers, and one of the loudest forms of that criticism over social media came from Clint Parks, Kyle Kuzma’s trainer. Kyle Kuzma’s trainer sending out LeBron isn’t working hard and is scared of Kawhi Kuzma […] More

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    Ravens News: Marcus Peters Gets 3-Year, $42 Million Extension

    The Baltimore Ravens have agreed to terms on a three-year, $42 million contract extension with cornerback Marcus Peters, per Adam Schefter. Peters will be receiving $32 million in guaranteed money, 76% of the total contract. Ravens and Pro Bowl CB Marcus Peters agreed to 3-year, $42 million extension that includes $32 million guaranteed, which is […] More

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